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[sdk] Proposing Eric Fried for openstacksdk-core

On 8/9/19 1:08 PM, David Shrewsbury wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 8, 2019 at 5:26 PM Monty Taylor <mordred at inaugust.com 
> <mailto:mordred at inaugust.com>> wrote:
>     Hey all,
>     I'd like to propose Eric Fried be made core on SDK.
>     This is slightly different than a normal core proposal, so I'd like to
>     say a few more words about it than normal- largely because I think it's
>     a pattern we might want to explore in SDK land.
>     Eric is obviously super smart and capable - he's PTL of Nova after all.
>     He's one of the few people in OpenStack that has a handle on version
>     discovery, having helped write the keystoneauth support for it. And
>     he's
>     core on os-service-types, which is another piece of client-side arcana.
>     However, he's a busy human, what with being Nova core, and his
>     interaction with SDK has been limited to the intersection of it needed
>     for Nova integration. I don't expect that to change.
>     Basically, as it stands now, Eric only votes on SDK patches that have
>     impact on the use of SDK in Nova - but when he does they are thorough
>     reviews and they indicate "this makes things better for Nova". So I'd
>     like to start recognizing such a vote.
>     As our overall numbers diminish, I think we need to be more efficient
>     with the use of our human time - and along with that we need to find
>     new
>     ways to trust each other to act on behalf of the project. I'd like to
>     give a stab at doing that here.
>     Thoughts?
>     Monty
> I whole-heartedly embrace this experiment. Having worked with shade since
> the beginning of time, and now sdk, I personally know how tremendously 
> difficult
> it is to be (or even pretend to be) knowledgeable in all of the 
> OpenStack services
> and code interacting with them. Let's bring in experts with a narrow 
> focus to help
> with the pieces they know well.

Sweet. That seems like a good number of agreement and no dissent.

efried - you have been en-core-ified.