Justin Shepherd wrote:
> I'd like to announce my candidacy for the TC.
> About Me
> ========
> I have been involved with OpenStack since the Bexar development cycle, and 
> have contributed to most of the programs along the way. I have also been in 
> attendance at every summit since the Cactus summit. My focus in OpenStack has 
> been on the usability and functionality of the stack (with an operators 
> viewpoint). On the installation and configuration side of things, I have been 
> heavily involved in the stack forge chef-cookbooks project, as a contributor 
> and core reviewer. Over the last development cycle, I have participated in 
> the TC acting as a proxy representative for Dolph Mathews.
> Platform
> =======
> As OpenStack continues to mature, I believe the TC has a major undertaking 
> ahead of it. 
> 1. Continuing to define the layers of the OpenStack ecosystem is a huge area 
> for impact to the OpenStack user community. Clearly laying out the 
> requirements and expectations for the programs entering and exiting the 
> incubation phase will require a broad view of the project as a whole. This 
> will require a lot of interaction between the TC, PTLs, and the UC to make 
> sure that OpenStack continues solving problems for the user and operator 
> communities.
> 2. Pushing performance as a first order concern. The developer community 
> needs to have better insight into how a change impacts each component. Right 
> now it is unclear how a specific commit to any of the projects impacts the 
> performance of either that project or the cloud as a whole.
> These are a few points that I think are extremely important to the continued 
> success of OpenStack, although not the only ones. I would be honored to serve 
> the community as a member of the TC.
> Thank you for your consideration,
> Justin Shepherd
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