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

Elõd Illés elod.illes at ericsson.com
Fri May 24 08:58:50 UTC 2019

Thanks for the responses and sorry for the misleading info. Thanks Tony, 
will do. :)



On 2019. 05. 24. 1:55, Tony Breeds wrote:
> 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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