Hi all, I would like to announce my candidacy for the PTL position of Magnum.
I involved in Magnum project starting from December 2014. At that time, Magnum's code base is much smaller than right now. Since then, I worked with a diverse set of team members to land features, discuss the roadmap, fix the gate, do pre-release test, fix the documentation, etc.. Thanks to our team efforts, in the past a few months, I saw important features were landed one after another, which I really proud of. To address the question why I am a good candidate for Magnum, here are the key reasons: * I contributed a lot to Magnum's code base and feature set. * I am familiar with every aspects of the project, and understand both the big picture and technical details. * I will have time and resources to take the PTL responsibility, mostly because I am a full time allocated to this project. * I love container. * I care the project. Here is more details of my involvement in the project: http://stackalytics.com/?module=magnum-group https://github.com/openstack/magnum/graphs/contributors In my opinion, Magnum needs to focus on the following in the next cycle: * Production ready: Work on everything that are possible to make it happen. * Baremetal: Complete and optimize our Ironic integration to enable running containers on baremetal. * Container network: deliver a network solution that is high performance and customizable. * UI: Integrate with Horizon to give users a friendly interface to use Magnum. * Pluggable COE: A pluggable design is a key feature for users to customize Magnum, which is always the case. * Grow community: Attract more contributors to contribute to Magnum. If elected, I will strictly follow the principal of being a OpenStack project, especially the four opens. The direction of the project will be community-driven as always. I hope you will give me an opportunity to serve as Magnum's PTL in the next cycle. Best regards, Hongbin
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