[OpenStack Foundation] Personal news & see you in Denver
joseph.w at inwinstack.com
Sat Mar 23 17:02:30 UTC 2019
Thank you very much for all your efforts, we will miss you. Good luck and
please keep in contact.
Jaesuk Ahn <bluejay.ahn at gmail.com> 於 2019年3月23日 週六 上午8:26 寫道：
> You have been the best of best for this community.
> I sincerely appreciate everything you have done for us, especially for the
> community here in Korea.
> You have been a strong supporter and friend to grow this community.
> Personally, it has been great joy to work with you. :)
> I will be in Denver, celebrating your birthday and beginning of new
> chapter in your life.
> P.S. Lauren, unfortunately, I am not on WeChat. But, if you’re on kakao
> chat, I can send you a great stickers. = )
> On Sat, Mar 23, 2019 at 8:21 AM Mark Collier <mark at openstack.org> wrote:
>> I've witnesses first hand how your contributions to openstack have meant
>> much to so many people in this community, all over the world.
>> Early on we laid out what seemed (to me) like ambitious goals, like
>> building a community of dozens of people from 5 or 6 companies, to build
>> some open source software components in hopes of ensuring that open
>> was a credible force in the future of automated cloud infrastructure.
>> I quickly realized that with your insatiable ambition and belief in our
>> mission, unparalleled creative thinking, and compassion for the people we
>> serve, our initial goals were actually conservative! Take it from me: no
>> one sets the bar higher than Lauren Sell! I've never seen anything like
>> in my [checks calendar] pretty darn long career.
>> Here we are 9 years later, with 100,000 members in 187 countries, with an
>> open source developer community that in 2018 alone was one of the 3 most
>> active on the planet! Right up their with the Linux kernel and Chromium.
>> Had I known the force of nature we had on our side with Lauren, we'd
>> have aimed so low :)
>> I know, I know... No one person made this happen. That's the whole point
>> the power of our community, right? But I'm not going to pass up the
>> opportunity to recognize Lauren for being, in my humble (yet fixed)
>> a unique and singular force, without which I firmly believe we'd never be
>> where we are today. A world where open source is more ubiqiutous than
>> with greater participation across users, developers, and massive multi
>> billion dollar ecosystems.
>> In summary: no one raises the bar like Lauren Sell. She a leader in open
>> source, a leader in tech, and a leader in whatever she puts her mind to.
>> She also happens to be a friend, and an all around bad ass, who I know I
>> can always rely on. I know many of you know exactly what I'm talking
>> We fully expect to see you in Denver, and to cheer you on in your next
>> journey, wherever that takes you!
>> On March 22, 2019 3:20:36 PM Lauren Sell <lauren at openstack.org> wrote:
>> > Hi everyone,
>> > I have bittersweet news. After 9 years working with the OpenStack
>> > community, it’s time for the next chapter in my career. I’ll be
>> wrapping up
>> > my work at the Foundation over the coming weeks, but the good news is
>> > we’ve built a strong bench at the Foundation to continue executing on
>> > mission!
>> > This community means so much to me, and I’ve enjoyed this job and
>> > with all of you more than I can express. We spend a significant amount
>> > our lives working, which is why I feel so fortunate to love my work and
>> > people I work with. And from Snowden to Snowpenstack, it definitely
>> > been boring!
>> > I can’t emphasize enough how this is a true community. It’s not just
>> > source code. It’s not just a bunch of logos on a slide. It’s a group of
>> > people who have built an incredible platform and culture of
>> > We’ve had some really amazing wins and some tough days, but we’ve been
>> > it together and have made such a huge impact on the industry. Most of
>> > I’m proud that we’ve always gone high and stuck to our values, even
>> > others try to tear us down.
>> > I’m FULLY invested in and passionate about this community and will do
>> > everything in my power to continue contributing and supporting
>> everyone. In
>> > fact, I will be at the Denver Summit to cheer everyone on and help
>> where I
>> > can, so please say hi and selfishly come celebrate my birthday with me
>> > Tuesday the 30th :)
>> > Going forward, if you need anything from the Foundation marketing team,
>> > please reach out to marketing at openstack.org to reach Wes Wilson,
>> > Price and others. And of course Jonathan and Mark are always available
>> > help with anything.
>> > Thank you again for all of your work, your support, your friendship. If
>> > don’t catch up in Denver, I’m always a phone call or DM or email away.
>> > Please don’t hesitate to reach out!
>> > All the best,
>> > Lauren
>> > Personal contact info:
>> > email: laurenenis at gmail.com
>> > cell: 713-398-8700
>> > Twitter: @laurensell
>> > Wechat: laurenlynsell
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