[kata-dev] Elections for Kata Architecture Committee: Eric Ernst
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Wed Sep 11 04:47:55 UTC 2019
Welcome back :)
> On Sep 11, 2019, at 12:08 AM, Ernst, Eric <eric.ernst at intel.com> wrote:
> Hey ya’ll,
> Let’s get this election session started!
> I have enjoyed working on this project, and would love to continue to contribute any way I can. Please find my candidacy PR at .
>  - https://github.com/kata-containers/community/pull/117 <https://github.com/kata-containers/community/pull/117>
> PS: If anyone needs encouragement to submit their candidacy, please reach out! I’d love to have a diverse group of contributors and users on the committee!
> Name: Eric Ernst
> Email: eric.ernst at intel.com <mailto:eric.ernst at intel.com>
> I am a senior software engineer in Intel's Open Source Technology Center, acting both as a contributor
> as well as a technical lead for the Intel-team contributing to Kata Containers. Before Kata, I spent time working
> on Clear Containers, and prior to that spent a few years working on Linux kernel.
> Since the initial discussions of creating Kata started I have been an active contributor and advocate for the
> project, both in code and in the greater Kata community/ecosystem. While I do work within
> a silicon company, one of my primary goals for helping guide Kata has been developing a neutral and
> diverse contribution base. Aside from having a stable, compatible, and viable technical basis for the
> project, I think a healthy and robust community is key to sustained success.
> Over the last year, I have served as a member of the Kata Containers architecture committee. The project has
> matured a lot over the last year, with expanding production usage and user-base. Despite this, we still have a lot of room
> for development, continuing to improve our density and security profile, all while providing improved manageability
> and serviceability for users who are deploying Kata. Beyond this work, we will need to focus on attaining and addressing
> input from end-users, as well as adapting to and influencing the cloud native ecosystem.
> In other words, we still have a lot of fun work to do! I look forward to continuing to contribute to the project.
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