[Pulp-dev] Core Commit Bit Process
mkovacik at redhat.com
Tue May 22 08:34:46 UTC 2018
thanks for the proposal!
I agree with the proposed process to gain the commit bit because of it
being based on the trust folks have to each other and the project and
because of its positive feedback loop effect on the trust building,
this process I believe will bring.
I'd like to suggest we adopt a process to relieve a commit bit too.
On Mon, May 21, 2018 at 11:48 PM, Brian Bouterse <bbouters at redhat.com> wrote:
> For core and it's related tools, we don't have a written process to describe
> giving the commit bit to a contributor. We've been wanting to agree on and
> document that process for a while, so I'm facilitating thread gathering
> ideas to inform the writing of a PUP.
> This starter email gives a brief history of what we've done and outlines a
> simple proposal to get us started. We can throw that proposal away in favor
> of any other idea.
> # History
> Historically if you were hired onto the Pulp team at Red Hat you received
> the commit bit day 0. In Oct 2017 we decided to stop doing that and instead
> document an open process. Engineers hired on the pulp time since Oct '17
> have not received commit bit. We have not yet documented an open process of
> which to give it to them or any other proven contributor.
> # Current State
> The current core devs as shown on github are: asmacdo, bizhang, bmbouter,
> daviddavis, dkliban, dalley, ipanova, jortel, pcreech, ttereshc
> # Scope of this discussion
> pulp/pulp, pulp/devel, and any repos for the Pulp3 Ansible installer. It
> applies to both Pulp2 and Pulp3. Plugins will do what they want.
> # Process Idea
> One process idea is to add a new core committer upon a vote with +1's
> received from all current core developers. The thinking is that all current
> core devs needs to be 100% comfortable for the new person to handle any
> issue in place of themselves.
> # Criteria
> Overall I believe someone who has demonstrated commitment and care towards
> the needs of all Pulp users and not only their own interests. Also they must
> have the experience to be trusted with major aspects of Pulp functionality.
> These requirements are somewhat vague by design. Any process with hard
> requirements will be gamed so I believe leaving it to the judgement of the
> existing devs is a safe approach. Anyone who specifically wants to get more
> involved should approach the core devs about mentorship. I think the right
> time will be obvious, and if there are doubts those can be expressed ahead
> of time or at vote time.
> # Code owners
> This commit bit vote could be for entire core repos, or it could be for a
> subsystem of Pulp enforced using github's "code owners" feature
> ^ is starter content, please send ideas and discussion that will be
> incorporated into a first draft PEP at some point.
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