CFV: New JDK 9 Reviewer: Yasumasa Suenaga
jesper.wilhelmsson at oracle.com
Tue May 17 14:48:06 UTC 2016
When I looked at the list of contributions from Yasumasa I found 35 changesets.
However, two of these were backed out so I don't think they can be included.
Out of the 33 remaining, six are duplicates. With duplicate I mean that parts of
the same change has been pushed to different repositories (e.g. jdk + hotspot).
I don't think duplicates should be counted as two significant changes, but only
one. In the CFV's I send out I always filter out duplicates.
That leaves us with 27 changes which is unfortunately not enough to reach
Also, in general we recommend to hold off on the CFV until a contributor has
made at least 40+ changes. This is because there are always a few changes that
when put on the spot is difficult to consider as "significant" - especially
since there is no real definition of what significant means. Looking through the
list there are at least a few that I would not consider significant and since
Yasumasa is so close to the threshold this matters.
I would suggest to pull back this CFV until Yasumasa has a few more
contributions in there.
Den 17/5/16 kl. 13:20, skrev Dmitry Samersoff:
> I hereby nominate Yasumasa Suenaga (ysuenaga) to JDK 9 Reviewer.
> Yasumasa has contributed 34 changeset to jdk 9. In particular, he has
> been actively working in serviceability area, on serviceability tools
> and diagnostic commands.
> Votes are due by 31 May 2016.
> Only current jdk9 Reviewers  are eligible to vote on this nomination.
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