As you know, nova-core and python-novaclient-core memberships are evaluated
separately (they are different teams with some overlap in membership).
While your contributions to Nova are absolutely appreciated and recognized,
there is a different group that votes on nova-core membership and that
group evaluates nominations differently. Please take your
python-novaclient-core membership as an indication that you are on the
right direction and that you have been recognized as being proficient in
the client code. Doing in-depth Nova code reviews with lots of questions to
code submitters and other reviewers alike will take you that extra step to
a nova-core nomination.
All the best,
On Sun, Feb 18, 2018 at 5:56 PM, Takashi Natsume <
> Thank you, Matt and everyone.
> But I would like to become a core reviewer for the nova project as well as
> I have contributed more in the nova project than python-novaclient.
> I have done total 2,700+ reviews for the nova project in all releases (*1).
> (Total 115 reviews only for python-novaclient.)
> *1: http://stackalytics.com/?release=all&user_id=natsume-takashi
> On 2018/02/16 2:18, Matt Riedemann wrote:
>> On 2/9/2018 9:01 AM, Matt Riedemann wrote:
>>> I'd like to add Takashi to the python-novaclient core team.
>>> python-novaclient doesn't get a ton of activity or review, but Takashi
>>> has been a solid reviewer and contributor to that project for quite awhile
>>> He's always fast to get new changes up for microversion support and help
>>> review others that are there to keep moving changes forward.
>>> So unless there are objections, I'll plan on adding Takashi to the
>>> python-novaclient-core group next week.
>> I've added Takashi to python-novaclient-core:
>> Thanks everyone.
> Takashi Natsume
> NTT Software Innovation Center
> E-mail: natsume.taka...@lab.ntt.co.jp
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