- Nomination of Ed Warnicke for as a TAG Network Co-Chair
Re: Nomination of Ed Warnicke for as a TAG Network Co-Chair
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On Thu, Aug 12, 2021 at 05:28:59PM -0700, Lei Zhang via lists.cncf.io wrote:
On Wed, Aug 11, 2021 at 2:31 PM Lee Calcote <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Dear TAG Network Liaisons, Liz Rice and Dave Zolotusky, and all TOC
TAG Network has an open need for a third co-chair. As the presiding
co-chairs of TAG Network, Ken Owens and I have identified a longstanding
member of TAG Network both befitting of and willing to assume this role: *Ed
Warnicke*. We are delighted that Ed is willing to increase his
stewardship of TAG Network’s ongoing and forthcoming initiatives.
Here is a brief bio:
Ed Warnicke is a Distinguished Engineer at Cisco Systems. He has been
working for nearly two decades in many areas of networking and Open Source.
Ed is currently the FD.io TSC Chair, and a founder of and active
contributor to the Network Service Mesh project. Ed has a masters in
Physics (String Theory) from Rutgers University.
Among other noteworthy activities, Warnicke is on the TAC at LFN and the
TAC at LFPH. He is a founding TSC member at OpenDaylight, is consistently
in the top 60 individuals (#47 currently) on devstat for most PRs opened
<https://all.devstats.cncf.io/d/22/prs-authors-table?orgId=1> on CNCF
projects, and is formerly a Wireshark maintainer.
- LinkedIn <https://www.linkedin.com/in/edwarnicke/>
- Twitter <https://twitter.com/edwarnicke>
- GitHub <https://github.com/edwarnicke>
Please consider our nomination of Ed Warnicke as a TAG Network co-chair.
As you do, know that Ed’s addition will bring a wealth of experience and
expertise to the group as well as increase the bandwidth for the TAG to
liaise with other groups.
Please reply to this email to vote. As always, the CNCF encourages
non-binding votes from the community, along with the required votes of TOC
Lee Calcote and Ken Owens
Co-Chairs, CNCF TAG Network
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