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[cdt-dev] Fwd: FW: [platform-core-dev] -1 for James Blackburn on eclipse.platform.core by John Arthorne

FYI 2. Much less cool. I hope this doesn't dissuade you from continuing your work there James.

-----Original Message-----
From: platform-core-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:platform-core-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of James Blackburn
Sent: Tuesday, April 20, 2010 12:16 PM
To: Eclipse Platform Core component developers list.
Subject: Re: [platform-core-dev] -1 for James Blackburn on eclipse.platform.core by John Arthorne

Thanks John, I think that's fair. There were a few test contributions
to flexible resources while it was in e4, but you're fundamentally
right, there's very little in core.resources I've written.

Hopefully we can continue to working for a more flexible build API for
CDT's long running builders in 3.7


On 20 April 2010 16:58, portal on behalf of John Arthorne
<portal-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> John Arthorne voted:
>    -1
> I think James will make a great committer on platform core if he is
> interested. He provides very detailed and thoughtful analysis on bugs, and
> I was impressed by his ability to understand some extremely thorny problems
> in the platform concurrency infrastructure.
> However, I reviewed his committed contribution record based on the IP log
> and this is what I see on platform core:
>  - A one line resources fix in bug 265235
>  - A test case for jobs bug 307282
>  - A great fix and test in jobs bug 307391
> Maybe I\'m missing something, but based on this information I have to vote
> -1. There just isn\'t enough contribution record yet from my viewpoint to
> justify commit rights. For one, it would be unfair to some other committers
> who worked for 6+ months and contributed 15-20 significant fixes before
> becoming committers. I think commit rights are a significant privilege and
> we need to make sure they are well earned based on contributions within
> each project/component.
> In the end, I would say James is on the right track, and if he continues
> contributing we should definitely revisit this in the near future. Also, if
> there are some significant contributions that were committed that I have
> just missed, please let me know and I will be happy to revisit my vote
> based on new information.
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