[cdt-dev] Vote for Committer status for Jonah Graham was started by Marc Khouzam
This automatically generated message signals that Marc Khouzam has
nominated Jonah Graham as a Committer on the tools.cdt project. The reason
given is as follows:
Jonah has been very active in the CDT community recently and has shown a
lot of passion and dedication.
He has already 19 contributions merged into CDT:
including the 84,000 line removal of CDI:
which was mentioned at the EclipseCon closing ceremonies:
He has been thorough about writing tests:
And has even provided code examples for others:
He has been answering questions on the mailing list and
on the forums (48 messages in 2 months):
He was actually the one that started looking at Stack Overflow (which I
don't think any of our committers was doing) and got it included in the CDT
Forum Mattermost channel:
He has been involved in many bugs, providing clear explanations and showing
diligence and expertise :
(the portal doesn't allow me to put a bugzilla query)
Heck, he's even fixed code in other projects to help them work with CDT!
He has also been patient and very responsive with reviews that I took much
too long to get to, making it easy and pleasant to work with him.
He is obviously a great asset and, in my opinion, has clearly earned his
commit rights on CDT.
I really hope he continues to be so involved with us.
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