It has been five days, and Carl has received a large amount of support
in his nomination to the Neutron core team with no -1s. With that I'd
like to welcome Carl to the Neutron core team!


On Wed, May 21, 2014 at 3:59 PM, Kyle Mestery <> wrote:
> I would like to propose a few changes to the Neutron core team.
> Looking at how current cores are contributing, both in terms of review
> [1] as well as project participation and attendance at the summit
> sessions last week, I am proposing a few changes. As cores, I believe
> reviews are critical, but I also believe interacting with the Neutron
> and OpenStack communities in general is important.
> The first change I'd like to propose is removing Yong Sheng Gong from
> neutron-core. Yong has been a core for a long time. I'd like to thank
> him for all of his work on Neutron over the years. Going forward, I'd
> also to propose that if Yong's participation and review stats improve
> he could be fast-tracked back to core status. But for now, his review
> stats for the past 90 days do not line up with current cores, and his
> participation in general has dropped off. So I am proposing his
> removal from neutron-core.
> Since we're losing a core team member, I'd like to propose Carl
> Baldwin (carl_baldwin) for Neutron core. Carl has been a very active
> reviewer for Neutron, his stats are well in-line with other core
> reviewers. Additionally, Carl has been leading the L3 sub-team [2] for
> a while now. He's a very active member of the Neutron community, and
> he is actively leading development of some important features for the
> Juno release.
> Neutron cores, please vote +1/-1 for the proposed addition of Carl
> Baldwin to Neutron core.
> I also wanted to mention the process for adding, removing, and
> maintaining neutron-core membership is now documented on the wiki here
> [3].
> Thank you!
> Kyle
> [1]
> [2]
> [3]

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