On 5/8/2013 4:44 PM, Eli Bendersky wrote:
So I guess I can move forward with this unless there are objections in the next day or two,
I have not responded before since Guido's approval seems sufficient ;-). The main concrete step is that one of the repository supervisors add his access key.
On Mon, May 6, 2013 at 7:46 AM, Barry Warsaw <email@example.com mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On May 03, 2013, at 08:59 PM, Eli Bendersky wrote: >I'd like to propose to grant Ethan Furman commit rights. He's authored PEP >309,
409, not 309: http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0409/
has been very helpful in the Enum saga (and is the de-facto author of >the current reference implementation),
You, Barry, and Guido, who have also worked on enum, know him best and are the principle supporters of this proposal. I gather that you all agree that he has shown the 'cooperativeness' necessary to a collective project.
and has also been active on the tracker for a couple of years (username stoneleaf).
As 'stoneleaf', he has been active on 12 issues since June 2010 (nosy on 2 more). One patch is open and 5 have been applied (3 by Nick, 1 each by Antoine and R. David), I would say that the enum code, which appears to be on the way to acceptance, is equivalent to a few more typical issue patches.
FWIW, This is enough for a +1 from me.
I think he has already >signed the contributor agreement, and explicitly expressed interest to >contribute directly to PEP 435.
That is the enum PEP. http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0435/ I consider a (nontrivial) reference implementation to be a direct contribution even if he has not yet been pushing text changes.
>Any objections? +1 for Ethan.
-- Terry Jan Reedy