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Re: [hudson-dev] The PMC cannot approve the committer election until reasonable merit has been established

In order to establish merit, a developer must establish a pattern of providing high-quality contributions to the project. We need more to go on than this one commit.

Has this commit been pushed into the corresponding repository? I can find no evidence of it. Which leads me to the next important question: how can this be? There is clear evidence of activity in the repositories, so some changes are making in there. But apparently not all.


On 12/20/2011 10:19 AM, Stuart McCulloch wrote:
On 19 Dec 2011, at 20:52, Wayne Beaton wrote:
Hey Hudson folks.

The election of Lucas Panjer cannot be approved until suitable merit is established in a transparent manner.

The initial nomination notice [1] went out on Dec 2/2011 with only "Initial contributor from Task top." as the nomination criteria. My concern about the nomination criteria, sent out a note on Dec 10/2011 [2], has not received a response.

FWIW, I did try to dig into this myself; I see no evidence of any prior participation by Lucas in any of Bugzilla, IPZilla, or in the project's IP Log.

Hi Wayne,

Just FYI, digging into the github/svn history I did find the following commit by Lucas to Hudson core from last November:

Cheers, Stuart

Unless we get a response with sufficient demonstration of merit, we will have to veto the election.

Thanks for your immediate attention.


Wayne Beaton
The Eclipse Foundation
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