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Thank-you very much for your contributions to CNCF and the TOC. When
we started, we had some support from a few leaders in the industry.
Today, a lot of people are pushing CNCF forward. A big part of that
came from Docker putting their name and weight behind all this.
Thank-you for representing that here.
On Mon, Mar 12, 2018 at 2:54 AM, Justin Cappos <jcappos@...> wrote:
I'd like to give a big +1 to Solomon's nomination. Justin Cormack is a
strong and vibrant part of many open source projects and would be a great
addition for the TOC.
On Sun, Mar 11, 2018 at 9:55 PM, Solomon Hykes <solomon@...> wrote:
Dear TOC friends, I wanted to let you know that, as I reach the end of my
first term, I won't be presenting myself for reelection. Instead I have
nominated Justin Cormack as a candidate to replace me.
Not only is Justin a better fit than me for this role, I think he would be
a fantastic addition to the TOC, and would be an incredible resource for the
CNCF projects. He is an open-source veteran, an active contributor to
several CNCF projects, and an endless source of knowledge, wisdom, and
empathy. He is a humble guy, which is why I'm going the extra mile in
pointing out his accomplishments - I know he won't be comfortable doing it
There are more details on Justin's qualifications in the nomination
spreadsheet. I encourage you to take a look and ask any follow-up questions
you may have. I think the TOC would be lucky to have him.
I want to thank my fellow TOC members for inviting me to be part of the
CNCF experiment. This kind of governance work is not easy, and rarely
appreciated, but it's important, and you're doing it well. A special thank
you to Alexis and Chris, for doing so much of the heavy lifting.
All the best,