[sdk][congress][octavia][designate][magnum][senlin][swift] Adding project-specific cores to SDK

Kendall Nelson kennelson11 at gmail.com
Thu Mar 5 18:01:53 UTC 2020

Seems like a good way to kind of unblock/get things moving a little faster
for some more projects. Also, we did something similar to this in releases
where a few new cores were added, but we were instructed to not +W things.
Basically we could give the first +2 to move things along, but weren't
making the merge decision and I would say its gone rather well.

-Kendall (diablo_rojo)

On Thu, Mar 5, 2020 at 9:56 AM Monty Taylor <mordred at inaugust.com> wrote:

> Heya,
> I’d like to try something.
> I’d like to try adding some project-specific people to the core team so
> that they can more directly help maintain the support for their service in
> SDK. In some of these cases the person I’m suggestion has next to no review
> experience in SDK. I think let’s be fine with that for now - we’re still a
> 2x +2 in general thing - but I know currently when reviewing neutron or
> ironic changes I always want to see a +2 from slaweq or dtantsur … so in
> the spirit of trying new things and trying to move the project forward in a
> healthy and welcoming way - how about we give this a try?
> The idea here is that we’re trusting people to use their good judgement
> and to only use their new +2 powers for good in their project. Over time,
> if they feel like they’ve gotten a handle on things more widely, there’s
> nothing stopping them from reviewing other patches - but I think that most
> of us aren’t looking for additional review work anyway.
> Specifically this would be:
>   Shogo Saito - congress
>   Adam Harwell - octavia
>   Graham Hayes - designate
>   Bharat Kumar - magnum
>   Erik Olof Gunnar Andersson - senlin
>   Tim Burke - swift
> I think we should also add a file in the repo that lists “subject matter
> experts” for each service we’ve got support for, where we have them. My
> list of current cores who I’d ping for specific service suitability are:
>   Sean McGinnis - cinder
>   Slawek Kaplonski - neutron
>   Dmitry Tantsur - ironic
>   Eric Fried - nova (at least until tomorrow my friend)
> How does that sound to folks?
> Monty
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