On 22/09/14 04:59 AM, David Lyle wrote:
> I would like to announce my candidacy for Horizon PTL.
> I've been actively contributing to Horizon since the Grizzly cycle and
> I've been a core contributor since the Havana cycle. For the last two
> cycles, I have had the pleasure of serving as PTL.
> Horizon is in the midst of some large transitions that we've been laying
> the foundation for in the past two releases. I would like to continue to
> help guide those changes through to completion.
> We've made progress on splitting the horizon repo into logical parts. The
> vendored 3rd party JavaScript libraries have been extracted. This was a
> major hurdle to completing the separation. Finishing the split will
> improve maintainability and extensibility. I believe we can complete this
> in the Kilo cycle.
> We've also continued the transition to leveraging AngularJS to improve
> usability and providing richer client experiences. I would like to see
> this effort accelerate in Kilo. But, I would like to see it driven by a
> clear unified strategy rather than numerous uncoordinated efforts. My goal
> is to leave the Paris Summit with a plan we can work toward together. A
> richer client side approach is key to addressing many of the usability
> shortcomings in Horizon.
> We successfully integrated the Sahara UI components into Horizon in Juno.
> And in Kilo, we'll look to integrate Ironic support. In Kilo, there is
> also potential for wider integration requirements on Horizon that may need
> greater attention and likely a revised repo strategy.
> Finally, Horizon like most of OpenStack is benefiting from a rapidly
> growing contributor base. Like other projects, we aren't immune to the
> stresses such growth creates. We've started taking steps toward improving
> the blueprint process as well as changes to how we manage bugs. We need to
> continue to refine these efforts to improve the overall direction of the
> project.
> Driven by a terrific community of contributors, reviewers and users,
> Horizon has made great strides in Juno. I look forward to seeing what this
> community can accomplish in Kilo. As PTL, my job is to enable this
> community to continue to flourish.
> Thank you,
> David Lyle
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