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[openstack-ansible] Stepping down as core reviewer


Jesse,

Damn!!! one more sad news :(  I talked to you couple of time when i
was building my openstack cloud using OSA and you truly encourage me
to step up and what i am running multiple big cloud using OSA :)

Thank you for your support and contribution. Good luck for your future
projects.

On Wed, Oct 2, 2019 at 7:17 AM Jesse Pretorius <jesse at odyssey4.me> wrote:
>
> Hi everyone,
>
> While I had hoped to manage keeping up with OSA reviews and some
> contributions, unfortunately there is too much on my plate in my new
> role to allow me to give OSA sufficient time and I feel that it's
> important to not give any false promises. I am therefore stepping down
> as a core reviewer for OSA.
>
> My journey with OpenStack-Ansible started with initial contributions
> before it was an official OpenStack project, went on to helping lead
> the project to becoming an official project in the big tent, then on to
> becoming a successful project with diverse contributors of which I was
> proud to be a part.
>
> Over time I learned a heck of a lot about building and leading an Open
> Source community, about developing Ansible playbooks and roles at
> significant scale, and about building, packaging and deploying python
> software. It has been a very valuable experience through which I have
> grown personally and professionally.
>
> This community's strengths are in its leadership by operators, its
> readiness to assist newcomers and in striving to maintain a deployment
> system which is easy to understand and use (while somehow also being
> ridiculously flexible). As Jean-Philippe Evrard has recently expressed,
> this is the DNA which makes the community special.
>
> As you should all be aware, I am always ready to help when asked and I
> can also share historical context if there is a need for that so please
> feel free to ping me on IRC or add me to a review and I'll do my best.
>
> My journey onward is working with TripleO in the upgrades team, so
> you'll still find me contributing to OpenStack as a whole. I'll be
> hanging out in #tripleo and #openstack-dev on IRC if you're looking for
> me.
>
> All the best,
>
> Jesse (odyssey4me)