Thanks Wayne. I sent a reminder around
to the voters and will add a correction to the CQ.
Wayne Beaton <wayne@xxxxxxxxxxx>
09/04/2012 11:50 AM
Vote for Committer status for Nicholas O\'Leary was started by Scott de
AFAICT, Nick is not listed as an author on the initial
contribution (CQ 5752) of the Java Client.
I assume that the author statement on the CQ is incorrect. I don't think
that this is necessarily a problem as the copyright is held by Nick's employer,
However, before we can make Nick a committer, we need some public record
of his contribution as a demonstration of merit.
If we can reasonably state that Nick authored some significant portion
of the Java Client, included as part of CQ 5752, then that should be enough
of a demonstration to get approval from the Technology PMC. It would be
helpful if some specific bits of code can be explicitly cited (e.g. specific
bundles/packages/classes that Nick authored).
With three days to go, we still need two more votes from the project committers
or this entire conversation will become moot. Is there something else holding
up the voting?
On 09/04/2012 11:21 AM, Nicholas O'Leary wrote:
Is there a particular reason why your fixes have not
been picked up?
as far as I know, there is no reason on the technical side for my
fixes to not have been picked up and committed to the code.
As has been noted, Paho suffers from a general lack of activity on the
bugzilla front; the reports are piling up. One of the reasons I
decided to pursue committer status was to try to help get things