Dearest stackers and [key]stoners, With the PTL candidacies officially open for Kilo, I'm going to take the opportunity to announce that I won't be running again for the position.
I thoroughly enjoyed my time as PTL during Havana, Icehouse and Juno. There was a perceived increase in stability , which was one of my foremost goals. We primarily achieved that by improving the communication between developers which allowed developers to share their intent early and often (by way of API designs and specs). As a result, we had a lot more collaboration and a great working knowledge in the community when it came time for bug fixes. I also think we raised the bar for user experience, especially by way of reasonable defaults, strong documentation, and effective error messages. I'm consistently told that we have the best out-of-the-box experience of any OpenStack service. Well done! I'll still be involved in OpenStack, and I'm super confident in our incredibly strong core team of reviewers on Keystone. I thoroughly enjoy helping other developers be as productive as possible, and intend to continue doing exactly that. Keep hacking responsibly, -Dolph
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