[openstack-dev] [Tripleo] Core reviewer update Dec

Ladislav Smola lsmola at redhat.com
Fri Dec 6 17:17:21 UTC 2013

On 12/06/2013 05:36 PM, Ben Nemec wrote:
> On 2013-12-06 03:22, Ladislav Smola wrote:
>> On 12/06/2013 09:56 AM, Jaromir Coufal wrote:
>>> On 2013/04/12 08:12, Robert Collins wrote:
>>>> Hi,
>>>>      like most OpenStack projects we need to keep the core team up to
>>>> date: folk who are not regularly reviewing will lose context over
>>>> time, and new folk who have been reviewing regularly should be trusted
>>>> with -core responsibilities.
>>>> In this months review:
>>>>   - Ghe Rivero for -core
>>>>   - Jan Provaznik for removal from -core
>>>>   - Jordan O'Mara for removal from -core
>>>>   - Martyn Taylor for removal from -core
>>>>   - Jiri Tomasek for removal from -core
>>>>   - Jamomir Coufal for removal from -core
>>>> Existing -core members are eligible to vote - please indicate your
>>>> opinion on each of the three changes above in reply to this email.
>>>> Ghe, please let me know if you're willing to be in tripleo-core. Jan,
>>>> Jordan, Martyn, Jiri & Jaromir, if you are planning on becoming
>>>> substantially more active in TripleO reviews in the short term, please
>>>> let us know.
>>> Hey there,
>>> thanks Rob for keeping eye on this. Speaking for myself, as current 
>>> non-coder it was very hard to keep pace with others, especially when 
>>> UI was on hold and I was designing future views. I'll continue 
>>> working on designs much more, but I will also keep an eye on code 
>>> which is going in. I believe that UX reviews will be needed before 
>>> merging so that we assure keeping the vision. That's why I would 
>>> like to express my will to stay within -core even when I don't 
>>> deliver that big amount of reviews as other engineers. However if 
>>> anybody feels that I should be just +1, I completely understand and 
>>> I will give up my +2 power.
>> I wonder whether there can be a sort of honorary core title. jcoufal 
>> is contributing a lot, but not that much with code or reviews.
> What purpose would this serve?  The only thing core gives you is the 
> ability to +2 in Gerrit.  If you're not reviewing, "core" is 
> meaningless.  It's great to contribute to the mailing list, but being 
> core shouldn't have any influence on that one way or another.  This is 
> a meritocracy where suggestions are judged based on their value, not 
> whether the suggester has +2 ability (which honorary core wouldn't 
> provide anyway, I assume).  At least that's the ideal.  I think 
> everyone following the project is aware of Jaromir's contributions and 
> a title isn't going to change that one way or another.

Well. It's true. The only thing that comes to my mind is a swell dinner 
at summit. :-D

> -Ben
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