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RE: [dsdp-pmc] PMC approval needed for committer vote for Daniel DrigoPastore

0 from Martin

I don't understand the details of politics around this, and
I agree that the TmL case is to be treated like an initial
committer nomination, and I respect Doug's opinion.

But it doesn't feel right to have zero committer diversity
on this project. Are new projects allowed to start at
Eclipse these days with committers all from one company?

Arguably, having to submit / apply patches is more painful
for release engineering work than for contributing code,
so I do see some urgency behind this.

For the MTJ case, I will want to see how the current MTJ
committers (which are more diverse AFAIK) deal with the 
nomination before I cast my PMC vote.

Martin Oberhuber, Senior Member of Technical Staff, Wind River
Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member

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> Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2009 9:14 PM
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> Subject: [dsdp-pmc] PMC approval needed for committer vote 
> for Daniel DrigoPastore
> dsdp PMC Members,
> This automatically generated message marks the completion of 
> voting for
> Daniel Drigo Pastore's Committer status on the dsdp.tml 
> project. As a PMC
> member, you can approve or disapprove this vote through your 
> My Foundation
> portal page:
> Daniel Drigo Pastore was nominated by Eric Cloninger as follows:
> I would like to nominate Daniel Pastore as a committer for 
> the TmL project
> (and subsequent Sequoyah project).
> Daniel is an employee of the Eldorado Institute in Campinas, Brazil,
> working on behalf of Motorola. Daniel will be working on the task of
> creating the build infrastructure of DSDP/Sequoyah, and on 
> integrating the
> Pulsar specific components from MTJ into the new Sequoyah 
> project. He will
> also be working as the build engineer for MTJ after MTJ SR1.
> Mauren Brenner (an existing committer and founding member of the TmL
> project) will oversee Daniel's work and act as a mentor.
> Please indicate your approval of Daniel's status with a +1 vote.
> Thank you
> Vote summary: 4/0/0 with 0 not voting 
>   +1  Daniel Barboza Franco
>   +1  Mauren Brenner
>   +1  Eric Cloninger
>   +1  Christian Kurzke
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