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[tools-pmc] PMC approval needed for committer vote for Thomas Corbat

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Thomas Corbat was nominated by Sergey Prigogin as follows:
Thomas made a large number of contributions to CDT, some of them introduced
complete new features. I'm confident that he can do even more in the
committer role.

Here is a list of his contributions:
- Refactoring
-- Participated in the design of ASTRewrite (With Markus Schorn and others
at IFS)
-- Implemented the ChangeGenerator (First Version)
-- Contributed to Comment Handling in AST
-- Generate Getters and Setters Functionality (First Version)

- Parser:
-- Template Aliases [C++11]
-- Explicit Virtual Overrides (Syntactical Recognition) [C++11]
-- Extended Friend Declarations (Syntactical Recognition) [C++11]
-- Minor fixes

A search for "Thomas Corbat" over the CDT code base returns 79 matches.

Thomas also worked on several IFS plug-ins based on CDT:
-- Since Emanuel Graf left the Institute for Software I have been
maintaining the CUTE plug-in
-- Part of the development of Includator
-- Contributed to Includator and supervised several student projects which
contained development of CDT plug-ins (Mockator, Metriculator, Namespactor)

Please join me in supporting Thomas Corbat to become a CDT committer.

Vote summary: 8/0/0 with 12 not voting 
   ?  James Blackburn
   ?  Patrick Chuong
   ?  John Cortell
   ?  Andrew Gvozdev
  +1  Jeff Johnston
   ?  Mikhail Khodjaiants
  +1  Marc Khouzam
   ?  Vivian Kong
   ?  Mike Kucera
  +1  Marc-Andre Laperle
  +1  Elena Laskavaia
  +1  Anton Leherbauer
   ?  Teodor Madan
   ?  Pawel Piech
  +1  Sergey Prigogin
   ?  Chris Recoskie
   ?  Randy Rohrbach
  +1  Doug Schaefer
  +1  Markus Schorn
   ?  William Swanson

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