[openstack-dev] [kolla] FW: [all][ptl][tc] extra ATCs for newton

Steven Dake (stdake) stdake at cisco.com
Thu Aug 11 16:35:10 UTC 2016


I can't think of anyone off the top of my head that hasn't submitted a
patch for Newton that would qualify for an ATC pass under the bylaws [1]
and TC Charter [2], but would like to open up nominations from core
reviewers since I am not omnipotent.

The only candidates that even come to mind are the folks in OSIC that
facilitated the usage of the OSIC 131 node cluster for Kolla scale testing
under work in this review:

Please see inside for more details.

Apologies or short deadline, but nominations close August 14th, 2016 - in
time for me to prepare a patch, if one needs to be prepared.


On 8/10/16, 9:24 AM, "Doug Hellmann" <doug at doughellmann.com> wrote:

>It's time to make sure we have all of our active technical contributors
>(ATCs) identified for Newton.
>Following the Foundation bylaws [1] and TC Charter [2], Project
>teams should identify contributors who have had a significant impact
>this cycle but who would not qualify for ATC status using the regular
>process because they have not submitted a patch.  Contributions
>might include, but aren't limited to, bug triage, design work, and
>documentation -- there is a lot of leeway in how teams define
>contribution for ATC status.
>The resulting list of names should be submitted as a patch to the
>"extra-atcs" section in openstack/governance/reference/projects.yaml
>for review by the TC.
>Although extra ATCs can be nominated at any point, there is a
>deadline to be included in the electorate for the next release
>cycle. The ATC list needs to be approved by the TC by 25 Aug, and
>in order to appear on the TC agenda to be discussed, the proposals
>need to be submitted by 16 Aug.
>PTLs can delegate preparing the patch to the governance repository, but
>please +1 the patch indicating that you agree with the list to avoid
>delays in the TC review.
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