On Wed, 13 Jun 2018 at 16:11 Carol Willing <willingc@gmail.com> wrote:
+1 With Victor's mentoring (1 or 2 months), I believe that it is reasonable to promote Pablo to a core developer either now or after 3 months of coaching.

I would also like to see Cheryl Sabella who has been very active on the bug tracker to also be promoted to a core developer as well as Emily Morehouse who has been at the Language Summit for several years.

In both cases I think we just need someone to start a separate thread asking to have them be promoted along with the usual promise to mentor them for a month or so.

-Brett
 

I'm happy to trust Victor's perspective as well as Pablo being respectful of the merge process.

FWIW, I also believe that triaging issues, writing documentation, and contributing code are all valuable to the success of CPython. Without issue triage and quality documentation being valued, the users and contributors suffer a lack of information and efficiency as well as demotivating potential developers.


On Jun 13, 2018, at 1:46 PM, Victor Stinner <vstinner@redhat.com> wrote:

Pablo proved its steady involvment in Python for almost one year with
multiple significant contributions (new os functions). IMHO you are
pushing the bar too high.

> I think Pablo will be good core developer and agree with the description given by Victor.But it seems that he still needs to learn something about what changes are good for Python
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