On Thu, Aug 01, 2013 at 04:55:07PM +0300, Dan Kenigsberg wrote: > Nominating Toni Puimedon and/or Mark Wu as maintainers > ====================================================== > > During their recent year-or-two of participation in Vdsm development, > both Toni and Mark has demonstrated a genuine care for the health and > evolution of the the project. > > They both carry this hard-to-quantify quality of serious-mindedness when > reviewing patches. > > Toni's 73 committed patches touch everything that is related to network > configuration and reporting > > 27 vdsm/configNetwork.py > 11 lib/vdsm/netinfo.py > 8 vdsm/API.py > 8 tests/configNetworkTests.py > 7 vdsm/netinfo.py > 7 vdsm/netconf/ifcfg.py > 5 vdsm/libvirtvm.py > 4 vdsm/netmodels.py > > ... similar to Mark's 80: > > 16 vdsm/configNetwork.py > 12 vdsm/netconf/ifcfg.py > 12 vdsm/libvirtvm.py > 7 vdsm/clientIF.py > 6 lib/vdsm/netinfo.py > 5 vdsm/caps.py > 5 vdsm/API.py > 4 vdsm/vm.py > 4 vdsm/netmodels.py > 4 vdsm/Makefile.am > > I suggest that both of them obtain +2/-2 rights, in the understanding > that they are to be used on net-related parts of the code. This is > particularly important given my nearing, relatively long, vacation. > > What do you say?
We've got no objectation, but neither an overwhelming support. Maybe it's due to the summer season. To me, it is important to tell whether Toni/Mark only reviewed a patch (+1) or are completely standing behind it, and going to fix bugs in it if the author is run over by a bus (God forbid). Itamar and other board members: if there is no objection within, say, one week, would you grant the duo +2 rights? Dan. _______________________________________________ vdsm-devel mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.fedorahosted.org/mailman/listinfo/vdsm-devel