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[ptl][cinder] U Cycle PTL Non-Candidacy ...


Jay,

Thank you for your hard work as PTL, core reviewer, and coder.

I'm really glad to hear this is not a goodbye and you will be staying
with us in Cinder.  :-)

Cheers,
Gorka.

On 30/08, Jay Bryant wrote:
> All,
>
> I just wanted to communicate that I am not going to be running for another
> term as Cinder's PTL.
>
> It has been an honor to lead the Cinder team for the last two years.  When I
> started working with OpenStack nearly 6 years ago, leading the Cinder team
> was one of my goals and I appreciate the team trusting me with this
> responsibility for the last 4 cycles.
>
> I have enjoyed watching the project evolve over the last couple of years,
> going from a focus on getting new features in place to a focus on ensuring
> that customers get reliable storage management with an ever improving user
> experience.
>
> Cinder's value in the storage community outside of OpenStack has been
> validated as other SDS solutions have leveraged it to provide storage
> management for the many vendors that Cinder supports. Cinder continues to
> grow by adding things like cinderlib, making it relevant not only in
> virtualized environments but also for containerized environments.  I am glad
> that I have been able to help this evolution happen.
>
> As PTLs have done in the past, it is time for me to pursue other
> opportunities in the OpenStack ecosystem and hand over the reigns to a new
> leader.  Cinder has a great team and will continue to do great things.  Fear
> not, I am not going to go anywhere, I plan to continue to stay active in
> Cinder for the foreseeable future.
>
> Again, thank you for the opportunity to be Cinder's PTL, it has been a great
> ride!
>
> Sincerely,
>
> Jay Bryant
>
> (irc: jungleboyj)
>
>
>