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[cdt-dev] Vote for Committer status for William R. Swanson was started by Marc Khouzam

tools.cdt Committers,
This automatically generated message signals that Marc Khouzam has
nominated William R. Swanson as a Committer on the tools.cdt project. The
reason given is as follows:

Bill has worked on the Visualizer contribution to the CDT for over 
a year now, really giving a strong push during the the last 
five months.

The large contribution was accepted and committed last week, 
on February 14th, 2012.  Please refer to CDT's New&Noteworthy 
for a screenshot and short description:

Bill worked closely and openly with the CDT community, and was
very responsive to comments and suggestions, as can be seen
through out the long discussion in bugzilla:

Bug 335027 - [multicore] Visualizer View feature

He has also taken an active part in the Multicore Debug Workgroup
as shown in the meeting minutes dating all the way back to 2010 and
up to today:

as well as by the feature description he wrote for the Visualizer:

He is currently working on the presentation that will be given
at EclipcseCon to demo the new Multicore Visualizer:

As a committer he will help maintain the Visualizer feature, and continue
improving it for the CDT's benefit.

During Bill's effort to bring the Visualizer feature to CDT
he even took the time to contribute some convenience classes to DSF:

Bug 365966 - [concurrency] Convenience RequestMonitor classes using


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The project Committers eligible to vote are:

    James Blackburn
    Patrick Chuong
    John Cortell
    Emanuel Graf
    Andrew Gvozdev
    Mikhail Khodjaiants
    Marc Khouzam
    Vivian Kong
    Mike Kucera
    Marc-Andre Laperle
    Elena Laskavaia
    Anton Leherbauer
    Teodor Madan
    Pawel Piech
    Sergey Prigogin
    Chris Recoskie
    Randy Rohrbach
    Ken Ryall
    Doug Schaefer
    Markus Schorn

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