[ironic] Proposing two additions to ironic-core

Dmitry Tantsur dtantsur at redhat.com
Thu Mar 7 16:00:31 UTC 2019

+2 to both. Great job, folks!

On 3/6/19 3:13 PM, Julia Kreger wrote:
> One of the hardest things I feel the need to do as a PTL is to send
> emails to inquire how core reviewers are doing when they have fallen
> silent or all signs point to they are distracted. It is nobody's
> fault, it is the nature of the work we do in the community. But those
> emails are still difficult for me to write, and truth be told I feel
> like an awful human being when I send them.
> But then there are times I can smile and send emails that hopefully
> will bring joy and happiness, such as this email!
> I'd like to propose to add the following individuals to ironic-core:
>   Arne Wiebalck (arne_wieback) has been interacting with the ironic
> community for close to nine months and has become active in reviewing
> other contributors patches meanwhile collaborating with the community
> on new features. He also helps operate CERN's Bare Metal cloud and
> OpenStack deployment. While this may mean that sometimes he is busy
> with other things, he is able to provide direct operator feedback to
> the ironic community which is vital to ensure that we support and
> enable Bare Metal cloud operators. In reviewing the 120[0], 90[1], and
> 30[2] day statistics, Arne has consistently been in the top 10
> reviewers.
> Riccardo Pittau (rpittau) is a relative newcomer to ironic, but has
> quickly taken to interacting with other contributors in code reviews,
> asking questions, and encouraging changes. His review statistics are
> also in the top 10 reviewers when looking at the 120[0], 90[1], and
> 30[2] day statistics,  Riccardo has an operations background, which
> brings a great deal of value to the ironic community in the terms of
> real world experience with Bare Metal hardware.
> I believe both of these individuals would be excellent additions to
> the core reviewer team. Thoughts?
> Thanks,
> -Julia
> Note: Links are from Stackalytics. If anyone has independent reporting
> utilities that do not leverage stackalytics, please point me in the
> direction of such tools off-list.
> [0]: https://www.stackalytics.com/report/contribution/ironic-group/120
> [1]: https://www.stackalytics.com/report/contribution/ironic-group/90
> [2]: https://www.stackalytics.com/report/contribution/ironic-group/30

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