On 04/01/2014 03:52 PM, Sergey Lukjanov wrote:
> Hey folks,
> I'd like to announce my intention to continue being PTL of the Data
> Processing program (Sahara) PTL.
> I'm working on Sahara (ex. Savanna) project from scratch, from the
> initial idea, proof of concept implementation and till now. I have
> been the acting/elected PTL since Sahara was an idea. Additionally,
> I'm contributing to other OpenStack projects, especially
> Infrastructure for the last release cycle where I'm now core reviewer.
> My high-level focus as PTL is to coordinate work of subteams, code
> review, release management and general architecture/design tracking.
> During the Icehouse I was especially focused on integration with other
> projects like Tempest, DevStack, etc. In Icehouse we've done an
> awesome work and solve the crazily huge list of issues to become the
> integrated project and finally we have successfully graduated from the
> incubation and Sahara will be a part of Juno integrated release.
> For the Juno I'd like to keep my own focus on the same stuff -
> coordination, review, release management and general approach
> tracking. As about the overall project focus I'd like to continue
> working on Tempest tests coverage, integration with other OpenStack
> projects, and to add several big features in EDP and core Sahara like
> applying "NextGen architecture" discussed on the Hong Kong summit,
> version 2 REST API polished, cleaned and implemented using Pecan
> framework, improved UX for non-expert EDP users and etc. Additionally,
> I'd like to note that we'll need to significantly increase
> documentation coverage and backward compatibility policies.
> A few words about myself: I'm Principle Software Engineer in Mirantis.
> I was working a lot with  Big Data projects and technologies (Hadoop,
> HDFS, Cassandra, Twitter Storm, etc.) and enterprise-grade solutions
> before starting working on Sahara in OpenStack ecosystem. You can see
> my commit history [0], review history [1].
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