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Re: [openstack-dev] [OpenStack-docs] [all][elections] Project Team Lead Election Conclusion and Results

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Sigh. The Queen release deliverables*, not the Pike release deliverables.

One day I will send out an email without something incorrect.

From: Alexandra Settle a.settle@outlook.com
Date: Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 10:22 AM
To: openstack-docs openstack-docs@lists.openstack.org, "OpenStack Development Mailing List (not for usage questions)" openstack-dev@lists.openstack.org
Subject: Re: [OpenStack-docs] [openstack-dev] [all][elections] Project Team Lead Election Conclusion and Results

Hi everyone,

The PTL nomination period is now over, so I'm pleased to be able to confirm that Petr Kovar is our new PTL for Queens.

Congratulations, Petr! I am excited to be working with you on the doc team future, and I can't wait to see what the docs team can achieve under your stewardship.

I would also like to thank Chason Chan for stepping up to represent our team.

On immediate practical matters: I will continue to handle the Pike release, along with our release team, while Petr will be organising the PTG in Denver, and the Pike release deliverables. I will be working closely with Petr over the next couple of weeks to ensure he has all the tools he needs to serve as your PTL.

Congratulations :)

Alex

From: Kendall Nelson kennelson11@gmail.com
Reply-To: "OpenStack Development Mailing List (not for usage questions)" openstack-dev@lists.openstack.org
Date: Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 1:25 AM
To: "OpenStack Development Mailing List (not for usage questions)" openstack-dev@lists.openstack.org
Subject: [openstack-dev] [all][elections] Project Team Lead Election Conclusion and Results

Hello Everyone!

Thank you to the electorate, to all those who voted and to all candidates who put their name forward for Project Team Lead (PTL) in this election. A healthy, open process breeds trust in our decision making capability thank you to all those who make this process possible.

Now for the results of the PTL election process, please join me in extending congratulations to the following PTLs:

  • Barbican : Dave McCowan

  • Chef OpenStack : Samuel Cassiba

  • Cinder : Jay Bryant

  • Cloudkitty : Christophe Sauthier

  • Congress : Eric Kao

  • Designate : Graham Hayes

  • Documentation : Petr Kovar

  • Dragonflow : Omer Anson

  • Ec2 Api : Andrey Pavlov

  • Freezer : Saad Zaher

  • Glance : Brian Rosmaita

  • Heat : Rico Lin

  • Horizon : Ying Zuo

  • I18n : Frank Kloeker

  • Infrastructure : Clark Boylan

  • Ironic : Dmitry Tantsur

  • Karbor : Chenying Chenying

  • Keystone : Lance Bragstad

  • Kolla : Michal Jastrzebski

  • Kuryr : Antoni Segura Puimedon

  • Magnum : Spyros Trigazis

  • Manila : Ben Swartzlander

  • Mistral : Renat Renat

  • Monasca : Witold Bedyk

  • Murano : Zhurong Zhurong

  • Neutron : Kevin Benton

  • Nova : Matt Riedemann

  • Octavia : Michael Johnson

  • OpenStackAnsible : Jean-Philippe Evrard

  • OpenStackClient : Dean Troyer

  • OpenStack Charms : James Page

  • Oslo : ChangBo Guo

  • Packaging Rpm : Thomas Bechtold

  • Puppet OpenStack : Mohammed Naser

  • Quality Assurance : Andrea Frittoli

  • Rally : Andrey Kurilin

  • RefStack : Chris Hoge

  • Release Management : Sean McGinnis

  • Requirements : Matthew Thode

  • Sahara : Telles Mota Vidal Nóbrega

  • Searchlight : Steve McLellan

  • Security : Luke Hinds

  • Senlin : RUIJIE YUAN

  • Shade : Monty Taylor

  • Solum : Zhurong Zhurong

  • Stable Branch Maintenance : Tony Breeds

  • Storlets : Kota Tsuyuzaki

  • Swift : John Dickinson

  • Tacker : Gongysh Gongysh

  • Telemetry : Gordon Chung

  • Tricircle : Zhiyuan Cai

  • Tripleo : Alex Schultz

  • Trove : Amrith Kumar

  • Vitrage : Ifat Afek

  • Watcher : Alexander Chadin

  • Winstackers : Claudiu Belu

  • Zaqar : Feilong Wang

  • Zun : Hongbin Lu

Elections:

Election process details and results are also available here: https://governance.openstack.org/election/

Thank you to all involved in the PTL election process,

asked Aug 17, 2017 in openstack-docs by a.settle_at_outlook. (3,220 points)   2 2
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