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My 2c is that filling the existing seat now provides more opportunity in terms of others to join the community and opens up more of an opportunity for a diverse ZLC. Holding a wholesale election now is more disruptive as there is a large number of process issues to figure out like voting, ...
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On Nov 7, 2019, at 10:47, John Mertic <jmertic@...> wrote:
First and foremost, I would personally like to thank Matt for his service on the ZLC. There has been amazing progress in year 1 of Zowe which Matt has spearheaded, and his leadership has set the tone for the way the community will continue to grow in years to come.
2) Start the process of the full ZLC re-election now, with the terms effective 1/1/2020 and the 1 year seats effective through 12/31/2020 and the 2 year seats effective through 12/31/2021.
The ZLC wanted community feedback on the way to proceed. Please share your preference on the approach on this thread. The ZLC would like to wrap up the discussion by the end of next week ( 11/15/2019 ) and then will discuss a plan for next steps at the subsequent ZLC meeting.
Let me know of any questions or concerns you might have.
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ASWF, ODPi, and Open Mainframe Project
On Thu, Nov 7, 2019 at 10:52 AM Matt Hogstrom <matt@...
I have had a shift in responsibilities for my day job and as such have not been able to attend to Zowe as much as I think I should be commensurate with my responsibilities. As such, I’m stepping down from the ZLC; but not from Zowe.
The momentum for what the community is creating is palpable. Customers are now asking for it to do their own internal development, products are using it and we’ve made substantial progress over the past few years from incubator to open source to a critical part of product offerings and customer consumption. I’m honored to work with giants such as yourself.
One of the activities that needs to be done is to replace my seat on the ZLC. For consideration, I’d like to nominate Joe Winchester for that role. He is active in the community, driving critical work for packaging via CUPIDS and is the goto guy for so many things Zowe.
John Mertic will help to facilitate the process.
Again, thanks so much. You are all fantastic to work alongside.
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