[openstack-dev] [kolla] Nominating Lei Zhang (Jeffrey Zhang in English) - jeffrey4l on irc

Martin André martin.andre at gmail.com
Tue Jan 19 09:50:26 UTC 2016

On Tue, Jan 19, 2016 at 6:36 PM, Michal Rostecki <mrostecki at mirantis.com>

> On 01/19/2016 10:20 AM, Paul Bourke wrote:
>> I was also thinking of adding Lei. He was a big help to me only recently
>> with fixing plugin support and adding unit test support to build.py. +1
>> from me.
>> -Paul
>> On 19/01/16 08:26, Steven Dake (stdake) wrote:
>>> Hi folks,
>>> I would like to propose Lei Zhang for our core reviewer team.  Count
>>> this proposal as a +1 vote from me.  Lei has done a fantastic job in his
>>> reviews over the last 6 weeks and has managed to produce some really
>>> nice implementation work along the way.  He participates in IRC
>>> regularly, and has a commitment from his management team at his employer
>>> to work full time 100% committed to Kolla for the foreseeable future
>>> (although things can always change in the future :)
>>> Please vote +1 if you approve of Lei for core reviewer, or –1 if wish to
>>> veto his nomination.  Remember just one –1 vote is a complete veto, so
>>> if your on the fence, another option is to abstain from voting.
>>> I would like to change from our 3 votes required, as our core team has
>>> grown, to requiring a simple majority of core reviewers with no veto
>>> votes.  As we have 9 core reviewers, this means Lei requires 4 more  +1
>>> votes with no veto vote in the voting window to join the core reviewer
>>> team.
>>> I will leave the voting open for 1 week as is the case with our other
>>> core reviewer nominations until January 26th.  If the vote is unanimous
>>> or there is a veto vote before January 26th I will close voting.  I'll
>>> make appropriate changes to gerrit permissions if Lei is voted into the
>>> core reviewer team.
>>> Thank you for your time in evaluating Lei for the core review team.
>>> Regards
>>> -steve
> +1
> He did amazing job on plugins, unit tests and introducing oslo.config.

Big +1 for me.


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