Hi all,

I'm writing to announce my candidacy for PTL of Congress for the Liberty cycle. 
 We've made a lot of progress in Kilo, and I'm excited by what we'll achieve in 
Liberty!  To give us some perspective, I compiled a (partial) list of 
improvements we made in Kilo:

* Officially became part of OpenStack (moved from stackforge to openstack)
* Matured the Congress community (commits/LOC from outside VMware: Juno:8%, 
* Integrated with our first external project: Murano
* Improved scale-up by orders of magnitude (see 
* Added the first version of reactive enforcement (correcting policy violations 
after they happen)
* Created a Horizon GUI for writing policy
* Built a DSL for integrating external cloud services and enabled on-demand 
(de)installation of services

We achieved just about everything we set out to do in Kilo, thanks to the hard 
work of many outstanding folks.  For the Liberty cycle, I'm planning on similar 
success in the following areas.

* Production deployments
* Scale-out: enabling high-availability and increased throughput
* Delegation: enabling Congress to interoperate with other policy engines to 
share the burden of policy enforcement
* Community: increasing non-VMware contributions, in terms of commits/LOC and 
especially reviews

While Congress is an early-stage project, we're on a great track, and I'll make 
sure we stay on it.  As always I'm happy to chat about future directions, past 
progress, and anything in between.


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