Re: [openstack-dev] [telemetry] stepping down as PTL

2016-03-14 Thread Lu, Lianhao
On Mar 12, 2016 00:32, gordon chung wrote:
> hi folks,
> 
> as the PTL nominations are open, i just want to note that i won't be
> running again as the Telemetry PTL for Newton cycle.
> 
> i've thoroughly enjoyed my time as PTL which afforded me the
> opportunity to work with and learn from some great individuals who
> share the same passion to collaborate openly. i have the utmost
> confidence that the projects will continue to grow and become more
> refined under the next leadership.
> 
> personal thanks to everyone in Aodh, Ceilometer and Gnocchi
> communities as well as the projects that provided valuable feedback by
> collaborating with us. i thank you for sharing in the decision making
> so i could spread the blame around. i also thank you for reading
> through terribly written messages that make you question whether the
> shift keys on all my keyboards are broken.
> 
> cheers,
>

Thank you for the great leadership in the past cycles. Your openness and great 
work of leading the telemetry community will always be remembered.  Really 
appreciate your help and guidance!

-Lianhao


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Re: [openstack-dev] [telemetry] stepping down as PTL

2016-03-14 Thread Nadya Shakhat
Gordon,
Thank you very much for your work! I was always amazed by your patience and
proficiency. It seems to me that you answered billion questions during
working on Telemetry. I wish you all the best in the future, you are
awesome :)!

Thanks,
Nadya

On Mon, Mar 14, 2016 at 12:34 PM, Julien Danjou  wrote:

> On Fri, Mar 11 2016, gordon chung wrote:
>
> > as the PTL nominations are open, i just want to note that i won't be
> > running again as the Telemetry PTL for Newton cycle.
> >
> > i've thoroughly enjoyed my time as PTL which afforded me the opportunity
> > to work with and learn from some great individuals who share the same
> > passion to collaborate openly. i have the utmost confidence that the
> > projects will continue to grow and become more refined under the next
> > leadership.
> >
> > personal thanks to everyone in Aodh, Ceilometer and Gnocchi communities
> > as well as the projects that provided valuable feedback by collaborating
> > with us. i thank you for sharing in the decision making so i could
> > spread the blame around. i also thank you for reading through terribly
> > written messages that make you question whether the shift keys on all my
> > keyboards are broken.
>
> I'd like to join others and thank you for your amazing work as a PTL.
>
> You've led the community in an open way that allowed it to share the
> leadership and be one of the most thrilling group that I've been able to
> contribute to in OpenStack.
>
> Cheers,
> --
> Julien Danjou
> // Free Software hacker
> // https://julien.danjou.info
>
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Re: [openstack-dev] [telemetry] stepping down as PTL

2016-03-14 Thread Julien Danjou
On Fri, Mar 11 2016, gordon chung wrote:

> as the PTL nominations are open, i just want to note that i won't be 
> running again as the Telemetry PTL for Newton cycle.
>
> i've thoroughly enjoyed my time as PTL which afforded me the opportunity 
> to work with and learn from some great individuals who share the same 
> passion to collaborate openly. i have the utmost confidence that the 
> projects will continue to grow and become more refined under the next 
> leadership.
>
> personal thanks to everyone in Aodh, Ceilometer and Gnocchi communities 
> as well as the projects that provided valuable feedback by collaborating 
> with us. i thank you for sharing in the decision making so i could 
> spread the blame around. i also thank you for reading through terribly 
> written messages that make you question whether the shift keys on all my 
> keyboards are broken.

I'd like to join others and thank you for your amazing work as a PTL.

You've led the community in an open way that allowed it to share the
leadership and be one of the most thrilling group that I've been able to
contribute to in OpenStack.

Cheers,
-- 
Julien Danjou
// Free Software hacker
// https://julien.danjou.info


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Re: [openstack-dev] [telemetry] stepping down as PTL

2016-03-13 Thread liusheng
Thanks for your awsome work in last cycle Gordon!  I know you have pay a 
lot of efforts to make telemetry better, and I have learnt much from you.

--
Liu sheng

在 2016/3/12 1:33, Emilien Macchi 写道:



On Fri, Mar 11, 2016 at 11:32 AM, gordon chung > wrote:


hi folks,

as the PTL nominations are open, i just want to note that i won't be
running again as the Telemetry PTL for Newton cycle.

i've thoroughly enjoyed my time as PTL which afforded me the
opportunity
to work with and learn from some great individuals who share the same
passion to collaborate openly. i have the utmost confidence that the
projects will continue to grow and become more refined under the next
leadership.

personal thanks to everyone in Aodh, Ceilometer and Gnocchi
communities
as well as the projects that provided valuable feedback by
collaborating
with us. i thank you for sharing in the decision making so i could
spread the blame around. i also thank you for reading through terribly
written messages that make you question whether the shift keys on
all my
keyboards are broken.

cheers,


Thanks for all your work and great leadership, but also your help on 
helping other communities, like Puppet OpenStack to get puppet-aodh, 
puppet-gnocchi and puppet-ceilometer better.

--
Emilien Macchi


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Re: [openstack-dev] [telemetry] stepping down as PTL

2016-03-11 Thread Doug Hellmann
Excerpts from gordon chung's message of 2016-03-11 16:32:41 +:
> hi folks,
> 
> as the PTL nominations are open, i just want to note that i won't be 
> running again as the Telemetry PTL for Newton cycle.
> 
> i've thoroughly enjoyed my time as PTL which afforded me the opportunity 
> to work with and learn from some great individuals who share the same 
> passion to collaborate openly. i have the utmost confidence that the 
> projects will continue to grow and become more refined under the next 
> leadership.
> 
> personal thanks to everyone in Aodh, Ceilometer and Gnocchi communities 
> as well as the projects that provided valuable feedback by collaborating 
> with us. i thank you for sharing in the decision making so i could 
> spread the blame around. i also thank you for reading through terribly 
> written messages that make you question whether the shift keys on all my 
> keyboards are broken.
> 
> cheers,
> 

Thanks for a smooth release cycle, Gordon!

Doug

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Re: [openstack-dev] [telemetry] stepping down as PTL

2016-03-11 Thread Jason Myers
You will be greatly missed! Thank you for showing me the ropes, and working
so hard to improve telemetry!

Cheers,
Jason

On Friday, March 11, 2016, gordon chung  wrote:

> hi folks,
>
> as the PTL nominations are open, i just want to note that i won't be
> running again as the Telemetry PTL for Newton cycle.
>
> i've thoroughly enjoyed my time as PTL which afforded me the opportunity
> to work with and learn from some great individuals who share the same
> passion to collaborate openly. i have the utmost confidence that the
> projects will continue to grow and become more refined under the next
> leadership.
>
> personal thanks to everyone in Aodh, Ceilometer and Gnocchi communities
> as well as the projects that provided valuable feedback by collaborating
> with us. i thank you for sharing in the decision making so i could
> spread the blame around. i also thank you for reading through terribly
> written messages that make you question whether the shift keys on all my
> keyboards are broken.
>
> cheers,
>
> --
> gord
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[openstack-dev] [telemetry] stepping down as PTL

2016-03-11 Thread gordon chung
hi folks,

as the PTL nominations are open, i just want to note that i won't be 
running again as the Telemetry PTL for Newton cycle.

i've thoroughly enjoyed my time as PTL which afforded me the opportunity 
to work with and learn from some great individuals who share the same 
passion to collaborate openly. i have the utmost confidence that the 
projects will continue to grow and become more refined under the next 
leadership.

personal thanks to everyone in Aodh, Ceilometer and Gnocchi communities 
as well as the projects that provided valuable feedback by collaborating 
with us. i thank you for sharing in the decision making so i could 
spread the blame around. i also thank you for reading through terribly 
written messages that make you question whether the shift keys on all my 
keyboards are broken.

cheers,

-- 
gord
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