2018-06-19 19:43 GMT+02:00 Victor Stinner <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> The result of the vote to to promote Pablo Salingo Salgado as core developer
> after one week is positive: I declare that Pablo is now a core developer,
> congrats! (...)
> Giving more responsibilities to Pablo is part of the learning process.
> Reviewing as a core developer is different than a review as a contributor: core
> developers are expected to actually merge a pull request once they approve the
> change. Merging a pull request is a big responsibility and an investment in
> the long-term, because the committer is expected to fix regressions and issues
> related to this change for next months, if not next years.
Sadly, I was less available than I expected to review his work, and so
I don't feel comfortable yet to stop mentoring.
I asked Pablo and he is fine if I extend the mentoring to the end of
September. I expect that one extra month should be enough, but I will
be in holiday most of August ;-)
I just wanted to say thanks for thinking about this to begin with. It's very easy to set a new core dev loose and forget what it takes to get up and running.