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    • release: Volunteering for 2.18 release. (#7046) · b1fcfcf9
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      I am happy to do next release. This is because we spent a lot time recent weeks in query optimizations on Prometheus, Thanos, and Cortex, so 2.18 release might have significant changes like:
      
      * Chunk Iterators finally  
      * @pstibrany and @pracucci major optimizations to postings
      * Potentially https://github.com/prometheus/prometheus/issues/6878 with @mkabischev help. 
      
      I know I was a release Shephard just in December, but given that I have full context for those I feel like I can help in releasing 2.18 a lot.
      Bartlomiej Plotka authored
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    • Volunteer beorn7 as 2.10 release shepherd · bab26d9d
      I'm willing to do this under the condition that I can run an
      experiment with never freezing master. See addition in the file.
      
      I believe, this way is more consistent with how we handle the bugfix
      releases after the final minor release is cut. It's at least worth a
      try.
      Signed-off-by: 's avatarbeorn7 <bjoern@rabenste.in>
      beorn7 authored
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