[nova] stable-maint is especially unhealthily RH-centric

Tony Breeds tony at bakeyournoodle.com
Thu May 23 23:55:26 UTC 2019

On Thu, May 23, 2019 at 05:01:01PM +0000, Elõd Illés wrote:
> Hi,
> I was thinking to answer here... What I see is that more projects 
> struggle sometimes with having enough and quick stable reviews as cores 
> are busy with the development track. I know that to become a stable core 
> for a project needs to be a core of that project already and to know 
> stable rules. My question is: wouldn't it be possible to someone who 
> proves that he/she knows and follows the stable rules could be a stable 
> core without being a core before? Maybe it could be enough or just make 
> the projects life easier if for example one +2 could come from a person 
> who is 'just' a stable core and one is necessary to come from a core 
> both in stable and in 'master' on that project.

Sean and Matt have both answered this.  I'd just like to add that the
Extended Maintenance policy was designed to encourage this so by all
means go forth and do good stable reviews :)

Yours Tony.
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