Steve, thanks for all the hard work and dedication over the last 3 cycles.
I hope you have a nice break and I look forward to working with you on Pike!

Enjoy you're evenings :)

On Mon, Nov 21, 2016 at 1:38 PM, Steve Martinelli <>

> one of these days i'll learn how to spell :)
> On Mon, Nov 21, 2016 at 12:52 PM, Steve Martinelli <
> > wrote:
>> Keystoners,
>> I do not intend to run for the PTL position of the Pike development
>> cycle. I'm sending this out early so I can work with folks interested in
>> the role, If you intend to run for PTL in Pike and are interested in
>> learning the ropes (or just want to hear more about what the role means)
>> then shoot me an email.
>> It's been an unforgettable ride. Being PTL a is very rewarding
>> experience, I encourage anyone interested to put your name forward. I'm
>> not going away from OpenStack, I just think three terms as PTL has been
>> enough. It'll be nice to have my evenings back :)
>> To *all* the keystone contributors (cores and non-cores), thank you for
>> all your time and commitment. More importantly thank you for putting up
>> with my many questions, pings, pokes and -1s. Each of you are amazing and
>> together you make an awesome team. It has been an absolute pleasure to
>> serve as PTL, thank you for letting me do so.
>> stevemar
>> ----
>> Thanks for the idea Lana [1]
>> [1]
>> -November/009357.html
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