[Development] Maintainership of QtNetwork

Peter Hartmann phartmann at blackberry.com
Tue Nov 5 11:04:37 CET 2013


I also think having 2 maintainers versus 1 maintainer for QtNetwork will 
not matter much in practice; but if people demand to have one single 
go-to person I am also fine with either of us taking that role.


On 11/04/2013 09:38 PM, Richard Moore wrote:
> Hi All,
> I think there's a valid question in who gets to be the arbiter should
> Peter and I disagree on something, however between Peter, Shane and I
> we've been working with pretty much this model anyway - I can't
> imagine that any of us would allow something through that one of the
> others disagreed with. In a situation like this, then we always have
> Lars as a tie breaker with his chief maintainer hat on.
> I'd guess that any likely tie in this situation would be more along
> the lines of /should/ we support a feature rather than how the feature
> is supported. I don't see this being a problem based on the way we've
> managed to run stuff for the last couple of years, but if we really
> need a designated QtNetwork tie breaker, then really either of us
> could be that person. It seems a but academic to me since Peter, Shane
> and I have been collaborating on the network stack since opengov
> started, so this isn't a new team or any kind of dramatic change.
> I don't mind how people want this to be handled. Joint maintainership
> or a designated tie breaker is fine with me.
> Cheers
> Rich.
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