[PySide] Additional pyside reviewers
sable at users.sourceforge.net
Tue Mar 19 12:24:33 CET 2013
I got a couple bug fixes for shiboken merged into PySide the last few
weeks; I have a few more in the pipe.
I am too new on the project to be a code reviewer, however I also think
there is a lot of work needed on the issue tracker side:
There are 111 tickets that not been evaluated at all.
Would it be possible to get some rights so that I could change tickets?
I would like to start prioritizing them, possibly closing the one which do
not provide enough information to reproduce or that may be deprecated and
writing unit tests for those which have enough details.
Then I will try to fix one ticket per week depending on how much available
time I have.
2013/3/19 lndn <lndndev at gmail.com>
> Great news, just heard back from Lars Knoll regarding how to add new
> maintainers, see his email reply below.
> On Tue, Mar 19, 2013 at 3:22 AM, Knoll Lars <Lars.Knoll at digia.com> wrote:
>> yes, I'm in the position to add new maintainers. I'd say we follow the
>> process we have on qt-project for this as well.
>> Ideally, Hugo proposes a successor on the pyside mailing list. If he
>> doesn't do it, I would propose to initiate a discussion about the best
>> candidate on the ML. Please put me on CC, so I can follow the thread. If
>> the person gets support on the ML, I'll give him formal maintainer status
>> a little later.
>> On 3/19/13 12:18 AM, "LNDN" wrote:
>> >Hi Lars,
>> >Are you in a position to add new maintainers to the PySide project? And
>> if so, what
>> >do we need to do on our side to do this?
>> >Thank you,
> On Mon, Mar 18, 2013 at 9:49 PM, Matti Airas <mairas at iki.fi> wrote:
>> On 18 Mar 2013 23:53, "Hugo Parente Lima" <hugo.lima at openbossa.org>
>> > Yes, I want to step down as maintainer, I'm no longer working on PySide
>> > the code base in fading out from my memory month after month, the main
>> > now is that I don't know who on Qt-Project is responsible for add/remove
>> > approvers/maintainers.
>> I'd like to thank on my behalf for the awesome contribution you've done
>> for PySide over the past years. It's been quite incredible!
>> The different roles and nomination process are described here:
>> Basically, you, Hugo, should just send an email your proposal to
>> development at qt-project.org mailing list. A cc to Lars probably won't
>> harm, but the reasoning should be in public.
>> Nominating a bunch of new approvers at the same time probably wouldn't
>> harm, either... :-)
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