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

Michael Johnson johnsomor at gmail.com
Fri Mar 6 00:53:05 UTC 2020

Naming names is a highly effective demotivator for those whose
contributions are not recognized.


Maybe the project teams should select their own liaison?


On Thu, Mar 5, 2020 at 9:58 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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