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[openstack-dev] [nova] Nominating Stephen Finucane for nova-core

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I'm proposing that we add Stephen Finucane to the nova-core team.
Stephen has been involved with nova for at least around a year now,
maybe longer, my ability to tell time in nova has gotten fuzzy over the
years. Regardless, he's always been eager to contribute and over the
last several months has done a lot of reviews, as can be seen here:

https://review.openstack.org/#/q/reviewer:sfinucan%2540redhat.com

http://stackalytics.com/report/contribution/nova/180

Stephen has been a main contributor and mover for the config option
cleanup series that last few cycles, and he's a go-to person for a lot
of the NFV/performance features in Nova like NUMA, CPU pinning, huge
pages, etc.

I think Stephen does quality reviews, leaves thoughtful comments, knows
when to hold a +1 for a patch that needs work, and when to hold a -1
from a patch that just has some nits, and helps others in the project
move their changes forward, which are all qualities I look for in a
nova-core member.

I'd like to see Stephen get a bit more vocal / visible, but we all
handle that differently and I think it's something Stephen can grow into
the more involved he is.

So with all that said, I need a vote from the core team on this
nomination. I honestly don't care to look up the rules too much on
number of votes or timeline, I think it's pretty obvious once the
replies roll in which way this goes.

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asked Dec 2, 2016 in openstack-dev by Matt_Riedemann (48,320 points)   3 7 20
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Le 02/12/2016 16:22, Matt Riedemann a écrit :

I'm proposing that we add Stephen Finucane to the nova-core team.
Stephen has been involved with nova for at least around a year now,
maybe longer, my ability to tell time in nova has gotten fuzzy over the
years. Regardless, he's always been eager to contribute and over the
last several months has done a lot of reviews, as can be seen here:

https://review.openstack.org/#/q/reviewer:sfinucan%2540redhat.com

http://stackalytics.com/report/contribution/nova/180

Stephen has been a main contributor and mover for the config option
cleanup series that last few cycles, and he's a go-to person for a lot
of the NFV/performance features in Nova like NUMA, CPU pinning, huge
pages, etc.

I think Stephen does quality reviews, leaves thoughtful comments, knows
when to hold a +1 for a patch that needs work, and when to hold a -1
from a patch that just has some nits, and helps others in the project
move their changes forward, which are all qualities I look for in a
nova-core member.

I'd like to see Stephen get a bit more vocal / visible, but we all
handle that differently and I think it's something Stephen can grow into
the more involved he is.

So with all that said, I need a vote from the core team on this
nomination. I honestly don't care to look up the rules too much on
number of votes or timeline, I think it's pretty obvious once the
replies roll in which way this goes.

+1
Stephen did a great work on helping Nova, in particular what we call
"performance VMs" and I look forward to see him increasing his
contributions to Nova.

-S


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responded Dec 2, 2016 by Sylvain_Bauza (14,100 points)   1 3 5
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On Fri, Dec 02, 2016 at 09:22:54AM -0600, Matt Riedemann wrote:
I'm proposing that we add Stephen Finucane to the nova-core team. Stephen
has been involved with nova for at least around a year now, maybe longer, my
ability to tell time in nova has gotten fuzzy over the years. Regardless,
he's always been eager to contribute and over the last several months has
done a lot of reviews, as can be seen here:

https://review.openstack.org/#/q/reviewer:sfinucan%2540redhat.com

http://stackalytics.com/report/contribution/nova/180

Stephen has been a main contributor and mover for the config option cleanup
series that last few cycles, and he's a go-to person for a lot of the
NFV/performance features in Nova like NUMA, CPU pinning, huge pages, etc.

I think Stephen does quality reviews, leaves thoughtful comments, knows when
to hold a +1 for a patch that needs work, and when to hold a -1 from a patch
that just has some nits, and helps others in the project move their changes
forward, which are all qualities I look for in a nova-core member.

I'd like to see Stephen get a bit more vocal / visible, but we all handle
that differently and I think it's something Stephen can grow into the more
involved he is.

So with all that said, I need a vote from the core team on this nomination.
I honestly don't care to look up the rules too much on number of votes or
timeline, I think it's pretty obvious once the replies roll in which way
this goes.

+1

Regards,
Daniel
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responded Dec 2, 2016 by Daniel_P._Berrange (27,920 points)   2 4 9
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+1

On 12/02/2016 10:22 AM, Matt Riedemann wrote:
I'm proposing that we add Stephen Finucane to the nova-core team.
Stephen has been involved with nova for at least around a year now,
maybe longer, my ability to tell time in nova has gotten fuzzy over the
years. Regardless, he's always been eager to contribute and over the
last several months has done a lot of reviews, as can be seen here:

https://review.openstack.org/#/q/reviewer:sfinucan%2540redhat.com

http://stackalytics.com/report/contribution/nova/180

Stephen has been a main contributor and mover for the config option
cleanup series that last few cycles, and he's a go-to person for a lot
of the NFV/performance features in Nova like NUMA, CPU pinning, huge
pages, etc.

I think Stephen does quality reviews, leaves thoughtful comments, knows
when to hold a +1 for a patch that needs work, and when to hold a -1
from a patch that just has some nits, and helps others in the project
move their changes forward, which are all qualities I look for in a
nova-core member.

I'd like to see Stephen get a bit more vocal / visible, but we all
handle that differently and I think it's something Stephen can grow into
the more involved he is.

So with all that said, I need a vote from the core team on this
nomination. I honestly don't care to look up the rules too much on
number of votes or timeline, I think it's pretty obvious once the
replies roll in which way this goes.


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responded Dec 2, 2016 by Jay_Pipes (59,760 points)   3 10 14
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On Fri, 2016-12-02 at 09:22 -0600, Matt Riedemann wrote:
I'm proposing that we add Stephen Finucane to the nova-core team.

+1 from me.
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responded Dec 2, 2016 by klmitch_at_mit.edu (600 points)  
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+1

On 12/02/2016 10:22 AM, Matt Riedemann wrote:
I'm proposing that we add Stephen Finucane to the nova-core team.
Stephen has been involved with nova for at least around a year now,
maybe longer, my ability to tell time in nova has gotten fuzzy over the
years. Regardless, he's always been eager to contribute and over the
last several months has done a lot of reviews, as can be seen here:

https://review.openstack.org/#/q/reviewer:sfinucan%2540redhat.com

http://stackalytics.com/report/contribution/nova/180

Stephen has been a main contributor and mover for the config option
cleanup series that last few cycles, and he's a go-to person for a lot
of the NFV/performance features in Nova like NUMA, CPU pinning, huge
pages, etc.

I think Stephen does quality reviews, leaves thoughtful comments, knows
when to hold a +1 for a patch that needs work, and when to hold a -1
from a patch that just has some nits, and helps others in the project
move their changes forward, which are all qualities I look for in a
nova-core member.

I'd like to see Stephen get a bit more vocal / visible, but we all
handle that differently and I think it's something Stephen can grow into
the more involved he is.

So with all that said, I need a vote from the core team on this
nomination. I honestly don't care to look up the rules too much on
number of votes or timeline, I think it's pretty obvious once the
replies roll in which way this goes.

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responded Dec 2, 2016 by Sean_Dague (66,200 points)   4 8 14
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2016-12-02 7:22 GMT-08:00 Matt Riedemann mriedem@linux.vnet.ibm.com:

I'm proposing that we add Stephen Finucane to the nova-core team. Stephen
has been involved with nova for at least around a year now, maybe longer, my
ability to tell time in nova has gotten fuzzy over the years. Regardless,
he's always been eager to contribute and over the last several months has
done a lot of reviews, as can be seen here:

https://review.openstack.org/#/q/reviewer:sfinucan%2540redhat.com

http://stackalytics.com/report/contribution/nova/180

Stephen has been a main contributor and mover for the config option cleanup
series that last few cycles, and he's a go-to person for a lot of the
NFV/performance features in Nova like NUMA, CPU pinning, huge pages, etc.

I think Stephen does quality reviews, leaves thoughtful comments, knows when
to hold a +1 for a patch that needs work, and when to hold a -1 from a patch
that just has some nits, and helps others in the project move their changes
forward, which are all qualities I look for in a nova-core member.

I'd like to see Stephen get a bit more vocal / visible, but we all handle
that differently and I think it's something Stephen can grow into the more
involved he is.

So with all that said, I need a vote from the core team on this nomination.
I honestly don't care to look up the rules too much on number of votes or
timeline, I think it's pretty obvious once the replies roll in which way
this goes.

+1


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responded Dec 2, 2016 by Ken'ichi_Ohmichi (8,640 points)   2 3 3
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+1

2016-12-02 23:22 GMT+08:00 Matt Riedemann mriedem@linux.vnet.ibm.com:

I'm proposing that we add Stephen Finucane to the nova-core team. Stephen
has been involved with nova for at least around a year now, maybe longer,
my ability to tell time in nova has gotten fuzzy over the years.
Regardless, he's always been eager to contribute and over the last several
months has done a lot of reviews, as can be seen here:

https://review.openstack.org/#/q/reviewer:sfinucan%2540redhat.com

http://stackalytics.com/report/contribution/nova/180

Stephen has been a main contributor and mover for the config option
cleanup series that last few cycles, and he's a go-to person for a lot of
the NFV/performance features in Nova like NUMA, CPU pinning, huge pages,
etc.

I think Stephen does quality reviews, leaves thoughtful comments, knows
when to hold a +1 for a patch that needs work, and when to hold a -1 from a
patch that just has some nits, and helps others in the project move their
changes forward, which are all qualities I look for in a nova-core member.

I'd like to see Stephen get a bit more vocal / visible, but we all handle
that differently and I think it's something Stephen can grow into the more
involved he is.

So with all that said, I need a vote from the core team on this
nomination. I honestly don't care to look up the rules too much on number
of votes or timeline, I think it's pretty obvious once the replies roll in
which way this goes.

--

Thanks,

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responded Dec 3, 2016 by Alex_Xu (8,960 points)   1 3 3
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Hi Siva/Anusha,
What is the meaning of +1/-1 mentioned in below mail…

Also please subscribe to this mailing list… (on Monday).

Thanks & Regards,
P. Kumaralingam

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+1

2016-12-02 23:22 GMT+08:00 Matt Riedemann mriedem@linux.vnet.ibm.com:
I'm proposing that we add Stephen Finucane to the nova-core team. Stephen has been involved with nova for at least around a year now, maybe longer, my ability to tell time in nova has gotten fuzzy over the years. Regardless, he's always been eager to contribute and over the last several months has done a lot of reviews, as can be seen here:

https://review.openstack.org/#/q/reviewer:sfinucan%2540redhat.com

http://stackalytics.com/report/contribution/nova/180

Stephen has been a main contributor and mover for the config option cleanup series that last few cycles, and he's a go-to person for a lot of the NFV/performance features in Nova like NUMA, CPU pinning, huge pages, etc.

I think Stephen does quality reviews, leaves thoughtful comments, knows when to hold a +1 for a patch that needs work, and when to hold a -1 from a patch that just has some nits, and helps others in the project move their changes forward, which are all qualities I look for in a nova-core member.

I'd like to see Stephen get a bit more vocal / visible, but we all handle that differently and I think it's something Stephen can grow into the more involved he is.

So with all that said, I need a vote from the core team on this nomination. I honestly don't care to look up the rules too much on number of votes or timeline, I think it's pretty obvious once the replies roll in which way this goes.

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Thanks,

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responded Dec 3, 2016 by P_Kumaralingam (160 points)  
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Not Core but would like to vote +1 for him. Nice review always.

​Thanks
gmann

On Sat, Dec 3, 2016 at 12:22 AM, Matt Riedemann mriedem@linux.vnet.ibm.com
wrote:

I'm proposing that we add Stephen Finucane to the nova-core team. Stephen
has been involved with nova for at least around a year now, maybe longer,
my ability to tell time in nova has gotten fuzzy over the years.
Regardless, he's always been eager to contribute and over the last several
months has done a lot of reviews, as can be seen here:

https://review.openstack.org/#/q/reviewer:sfinucan%2540redhat.com

http://stackalytics.com/report/contribution/nova/180

Stephen has been a main contributor and mover for the config option
cleanup series that last few cycles, and he's a go-to person for a lot of
the NFV/performance features in Nova like NUMA, CPU pinning, huge pages,
etc.

I think Stephen does quality reviews, leaves thoughtful comments, knows
when to hold a +1 for a patch that needs work, and when to hold a -1 from a
patch that just has some nits, and helps others in the project move their
changes forward, which are all qualities I look for in a nova-core member.

I'd like to see Stephen get a bit more vocal / visible, but we all handle
that differently and I think it's something Stephen can grow into the more
involved he is.

So with all that said, I need a vote from the core team on this
nomination. I honestly don't care to look up the rules too much on number
of votes or timeline, I think it's pretty obvious once the replies roll in
which way this goes.

--

Thanks,

Matt Riedemann


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responded Dec 3, 2016 by GHANSHYAM_MANN (5,700 points)   1 3 4
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+1, I'd value him on the team.

Michael

On Sat, Dec 3, 2016 at 2:22 AM, Matt Riedemann mriedem@linux.vnet.ibm.com
wrote:

I'm proposing that we add Stephen Finucane to the nova-core team. Stephen
has been involved with nova for at least around a year now, maybe longer,
my ability to tell time in nova has gotten fuzzy over the years.
Regardless, he's always been eager to contribute and over the last several
months has done a lot of reviews, as can be seen here:

https://review.openstack.org/#/q/reviewer:sfinucan%2540redhat.com

http://stackalytics.com/report/contribution/nova/180

Stephen has been a main contributor and mover for the config option
cleanup series that last few cycles, and he's a go-to person for a lot of
the NFV/performance features in Nova like NUMA, CPU pinning, huge pages,
etc.

I think Stephen does quality reviews, leaves thoughtful comments, knows
when to hold a +1 for a patch that needs work, and when to hold a -1 from a
patch that just has some nits, and helps others in the project move their
changes forward, which are all qualities I look for in a nova-core member.

I'd like to see Stephen get a bit more vocal / visible, but we all handle
that differently and I think it's something Stephen can grow into the more
involved he is.

So with all that said, I need a vote from the core team on this
nomination. I honestly don't care to look up the rules too much on number
of votes or timeline, I think it's pretty obvious once the replies roll in
which way this goes.

--

Thanks,

Matt Riedemann


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