[CentOS-virt] Resigning as lead of the Virt SIG

Tue Nov 10 06:37:46 UTC 2015
Sandro Bonazzola <sbonazzo at redhat.com>

On Tue, Nov 3, 2015 at 3:53 PM, Lars Kurth <lars.kurth.xen at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I wanted to let you know that I feel I need to step down as leader of the
> Virtualisation SIG. When I originally was approached by KB to do this, it
> was always clear that this would be a temporary thing until the SIG got
> going. At the time, only Xen and CentOS folks were involved with the SIG.
> Since then, we added oVirt and Docker maintainers, have a total of 5
> maintainers and built good momentum.
> There are two reasons why I feel I should step down as leader of the Virt
> SIG: a) I have been traveling too much and thus did not have the bandwidth
> to do this job justice in recent months. b) In addition, it would also make
> more sense for one of the Virt SIG maintainers who is more closely involved
> with day-to-day activities to pick up this job. I will still be able to
> help with PR and other items.
> When I was absent over the last few months, George Dunlap (gwd on irc) did
> most of the groundwork and led SIG meetings on my behalf, so I wanted to
> propose that George leads the SIG going forward. That is assuming that none
> of the other SIG maintainers want to step up. George agreed in principle.
> In the last Virt SIG meeting, not all maintainers were present, so we
> couldn't make a formal decision. KB said the following:
> kbsingh: I think if gwd is ok with it, and people are ok in the SIG, its
> good for me
> This means that succession either has to be settled in the next SIG
> meeting, or by e-mail responding to this thread. I don't think there is any
> formal process, but I would suggest that the maintainers listed on
> https://wiki.centos.org/SpecialInterestGroup/Virtualization should have a
> say either at the next IRC meeting or by replying to this email thread.
+1 for George Dunlap

> Best Regards
> Lars
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Sandro Bonazzola
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