On 01/09/2014 07:34 AM, R. David Murray wrote:
On Thu, 09 Jan 2014 16:23:59 +0200, Serhiy Storchaka wrote:
Vajrasky Kok is good candidate. He is very active and interested in Python maintaining, he is respondable. he makes review of others code. But his code still not mature. He is often doesn't noticed many details in first versions of his patches. He just lacks experience. I believe that a year late he will be more experienced.
Sorry, I'm -0.1 for right now.
I agree with this assessment. It might not take a year, but I don't think the time is quite yet. Please feel free to encourage him, though.
To put Serhiy's summary another way, we haven't quite reached the point where it would be easier for us if he could just commit his own patches.
I agree with the above. Promising, but not ready yet.
Also, on another thread I wrote:
More seriously, I would say a core-dev should also be teachable, able to communicate effectively, and good at debugging, to name just a few things.
This sentence was meant in general, not that Vajrasky doesn't have them. I would say he is good at communicating and debugging, it's just the quality of the patches that keeps me from voting for him at this point.