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Re: [wtp-pmc] Committer Election for Nitin Dahyabhai on Eclipse Server Tools has started

+1 from me for process overhead consolidation, but I'm kinda on the outside (and trying to get further outside & away from my responsibilities in WTP) so that's more a question for the surviving TLs and for Nitin to answer :) 



On Fri, Feb 19, 2021 at 1:07 PM EMO EMO <emo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Greetings PMC.

This nomination raises some alarm bells. It came to my attention shortly after I was notified of this Tweet, expressing that a contribution to Eclipse Dali is waiting to be addressed by a committer.

Is it time to consider consolidating some of these more mature and stable projects into a single project to simplify overhead? We did something similar in the Eclipse Modeling TLP a few years ago with the introduction of the "Eclipse EMF Services" project.

I'm game to discuss options with the PMC. Let me know how I can assist.


On Fri, Feb 19, 2021 at 12:39 PM <emo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
A committer election for Nitin Dahyabhai on project Eclipse Server Tools
(webtools.servertools) was started by Nick Boldt with this criteria:

Nitin is the project lead for WTP and often gets blocked, unable to merge his
fixes for Server Tools, simply because no one from that project is paying
attention to gerrits anymore.

For example sat for
11 days waiting for input from committers, to no avail.

Since Nick is sick of pushing buttons without understanding the code he's
affecting, it would make waaay more sense if Nitin could merge his own
gerrits once they've been built by CI.

For these reasons and the long-term outlook for their involvement on the
team, it is my pleasure to nominate Nitin as a committer on Eclipse Server

Eclipse Server Tools project committers can click the election link below to



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