[Starlingx-discuss] TLs to sign off on initial core reviewer groups - ACTION NEEDED
ildiko.vancsa at gmail.com
Wed Nov 7 18:32:37 UTC 2018
It came up on the TSC call two or three weeks ago and I started to execute as I got responses from TL’s. Sorry if it felt sudden we probably should’ve given a bit longer heads up on the mailing list.
As for the Koji changes, I believe that will be an excellent opportunity to see how the cross-sub-project synchronization and collaboration works within the community and improve on the parts that are less efficient.
Thanks and Best Regards,
> On 2018. Nov 7., at 19:21, Scott Little <scott.little at windriver.com> wrote:
> I wasn't complaining. Just wanted to make sure it was all intentional. It was strange to have +2 power for one iteration of a review, but not the next.
> PS. If the Koji train starts building momentum, there will be a lot more restructuring work to do. A lot more gits to manage. It'll be interesting.
> On 18-11-07 12:25 PM, Dean Troyer wrote:
>> On Wed, Nov 7, 2018 at 9:58 AM Scott Little <scott.little at windriver.com> wrote:
>>> Actually I had pretty broad +2/+1 power to most repos, at least
>>> initially, to facilitate repo creation and restructuring. Roughly on
>>> par with Dean. I wasn't that I was a core reviewer in the normal
>>> sense. Just a backup to Dean that can do some of the structural work.
>>> If I'm being demoted, fine, as long as that was the intent.
>> The intent was to get the right people with the responsibility into
>> the right groups. FWIW I no longer have +2 in any of the code repos
>> in Gerrit  now that we're basically up and running. The TL's have
>> management of their groups and enough people know their way around to
>> fix the things I needed to handle in the beginning that I can let go
>> In emergency cases where core team members may be unavailable we have
>> the OpenStack Infrastructure team to turn to for help in IRC
>>  Just docs, specs and release now. This is a Good Thing(TM).
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