As Serhiy Storchaka noticed, Andrés Delfino is very active in Python since April 2018. He got not less than 79 commits merged into mater: https://github.com/python/cpython/pulls?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=is%3Apr+author%...
$ git log --email@example.com|grep ^commit -c 79
commit b2043bbe6034b53f5ad337887f4741b74b70b00d Author: Andrés Delfino firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Sat May 5 13:07:32 2018 -0300
bpo-33422: Fix quotation marks getting deleted when looking up
byte/string literals on pydoc. (GH-6701)
commit c3b7a6dfb9c7e69093c9fe78ab587e14743e5152 Author: Andrés Delfino email@example.com Date: Mon Apr 30 13:30:53 2018 -0300
bpo-33352: Skip test_regrtest test if rt.bat does not exist (GH-6654)
commit a6dc531063efe3a8d47ff4639729060c72a3688c Author: Andrés Delfino firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Fri Oct 26 11:56:57 2018 -0300
bpo-34789: make xml.sax.make_parser accept iterables of all types (GH-9576)
I decided to give him the bug triage permission.
I sent Andrés instructions how to triage bug and links into the devguide. I asked him to ask me before closing a bug.
Congrats Andrés ;-)
Night gathers, and now my watch begins. It shall not end until my death.