CFV: Chris Phillips as member of the HotSpot Group
Chris.Phillips at Sun.COM
Mon Jun 2 10:04:06 PDT 2008
Yumin and I are sustaining engineers working on the core JVM at Sun,
(I'm in Burlington Ma, Yumin's in Santa Clara Ca)
and involved in resolving customer escalations, So we often
review and/or putback fixes to the JVM.
Volker Simonis wrote:
> wouldn't it be nice to include some information (e.g. short bio, field
> of expertise, current job position, why has he been nominated) about
> the nominated candidates into the call for vote? Apperently, the two
> recently selected candidates are well known to the current members of
> the HotSpot Group but this kind of information may be usefull for all
> the other readers of the list and make the whole process more "open".
> On 5/31/08, John Coomes <John.Coomes at sun.com> wrote:
>> I would like to nominate Chris Phillips for Membership in the HotSpot
>> Please cast your vote by replying, publicly, to this message with
>> Vote: yes
>> Vote: no
>> as the first line of the message body.
>> You may, at your option, indicate the reason for your decision on
>> subsequent lines.
>> Votes must be cast in the open; votes sent as private replies will not
>> be counted.
>> Votes are due by midnight UTC next Friday, 6 June 2008, after which
>> time the votes will be tallied and reported to this list.
>> Only Members of the HotSpot Group are eligible to vote on this
>> decision. The current Members are:
>> Andrei Pangin
>> Andrey Petrusenko
>> Antonios Printezis
>> Chuck Rasbold
>> Coleen Phillimore
>> Daniel Daugherty
>> Dave Dice
>> David Holmes
>> Erik Trimble
>> Igor Veresov
>> Ivan Krylov
>> James Melvin
>> Jim Holmlund
>> John Coomes
>> John Rose
>> Jon Masamitsu
>> Karen Kinnear
>> Keith McGuigan
>> Kenneth Russell
>> Lev Serebryakov
>> Paul Hohensee
>> Peter Kessler
>> Stephen Bohne
>> Steve Goldman
>> Thomas Rodriguez
>> Vladimir Kozlov
>> Xiaobin Lu
>> Y S Ramakrishna
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