[jitsi-dev] Call a VOTE for Leonard Kim


#1

Hello all,

I would like to call a vote for granting Leonard Kim commit access to the GitHub repositories of the Jitsi community.

Lenny has been a contributor to Jitsi since early this year, when he implemented two key features that has become very popular. One of them is the speaker statistics (if you haven’t tried that go and type T during your conference!). The other one is the ability to locally control the receiving volume for each of the participants in the call. This was only the start! He has then implemented a brand new device settings dialog with the ability to test and preview devices before changing them for the call. All this while moving the code to react and redux. A number of fixes has followed on different parts of Jitsi Meet and Lib Jitsi Meet. One of his latest big contributions has been the vertical scrollable filmstrip! He has done a wonderfull job in transforming the filmstrip while preserving all functionality intact and even keeping the horizontal strip as an option! Right now he continues to work on reactifying features like display name edition, status icons, video thumbnails and he has planned to do much more. He’s very thorough in his implementations, has an eye for the detail in all UX developments and is really good at catching and covering all edge cases.

Please refer to the following for more detailed information on his work so far:

https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/commits?author=virtuacoplenny
https://github.com/jitsi/lib-jitsi-meet/commits?author=virtuacoplenny
https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet-torture/commits?author=virtuacoplenny

Some more about Lenny in his own words:

A professional dog enthusiast by trade, I'm a video game QA dropout (or graduate) that has done frontend development on the side at full-time+ hours for the past three years. I worked on many projects in that time, from greenfield startups to entrenched legacy applications, writing beautiful code and some of the ugliest, most profoundly disturbing code known to mankind… And now I am at Jitsi!

According to the procedure described at https://jitsi.org/commitaccess, I am calling this vote on granting Lenny commit access to our GitHub repositories. Please vote on the following:

[ ] +1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer.
[ ] 0 Does not matter to me.
[ ] -1 Reject Leonard Kim as a committer.

Note: Votes from non-developers (non-binding votes) are encouraged since they show the general opinion of the Jitsi community.

Best regards,
Yana


#2

+1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer

···

On 30/06/2017 13:10, Yana Stamcheva wrote:

Hello all,

I would like to call a vote for granting Leonard Kim commit access to the GitHub repositories of the Jitsi community.

Lenny has been a contributor to Jitsi since early this year, when he implemented two key features that has become very popular. One of them is the speaker statistics (if you haven’t tried that go and type T during your conference!). The other one is the ability to locally control the receiving volume for each of the participants in the call. This was only the start! He has then implemented a brand new device settings dialog with the ability to test and preview devices before changing them for the call. All this while moving the code to react and redux. A number of fixes has followed on different parts of Jitsi Meet and Lib Jitsi Meet. One of his latest big contributions has been the vertical scrollable filmstrip! He has done a wonderfull job in transforming the filmstrip while preserving all functionality intact and even keeping the horizontal strip as an option! Right now he continues to work on reactifying features like display name edition, status icons, video thumbnails and he has planned to do much more. He’s very thorough in his implementations, has an eye for the detail in all UX developments and is really good at catching and covering all edge cases.

Please refer to the following for more detailed information on his work so far:

https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/commits?author=virtuacoplenny
https://github.com/jitsi/lib-jitsi-meet/commits?author=virtuacoplenny
https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet-torture/commits?author=virtuacoplenny

Some more about Lenny in his own words:

A professional dog enthusiast by trade, I'm a video game QA dropout (or graduate) that has done frontend development on the side at full-time+ hours for the past three years. I worked on many projects in that time, from greenfield startups to entrenched legacy applications, writing beautiful code and some of the ugliest, most profoundly disturbing code known to mankind… And now I am at Jitsi!

According to the procedure described at https://jitsi.org/commitaccess, I am calling this vote on granting Lenny commit access to our GitHub repositories. Please vote on the following:

[ ] +1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer.
[ ] 0 Does not matter to me.
[ ] -1 Reject Leonard Kim as a committer.

Note: Votes from non-developers (non-binding votes) are encouraged since they show the general opinion of the Jitsi community.

Best regards,
Yana
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#3

[ X ] +1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer.


#4

[V] +1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer

···

On Fri, 30 Jun 2017 at 13:12, Yana Stamcheva <yana@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hello all,

I would like to call a vote for granting Leonard Kim commit access to the
GitHub repositories of the Jitsi community.

Lenny has been a contributor to Jitsi since early this year, when he
implemented two key features that has become very popular. One of them is
the speaker statistics (if you haven’t tried that go and type T during your
conference!). The other one is the ability to locally control the receiving
volume for each of the participants in the call. This was only the start!
He has then implemented a brand new device settings dialog with the ability
to test and preview devices before changing them for the call. All this
while moving the code to react and redux. A number of fixes has followed on
different parts of Jitsi Meet and Lib Jitsi Meet. One of his latest big
contributions has been the vertical scrollable filmstrip! He has done a
wonderfull job in transforming the filmstrip while preserving all
functionality intact and even keeping the horizontal strip as an option!
Right now he continues to work on reactifying features like display name
edition, status icons, video thumbnails and he has planned to do much more.
He’s very thorough in his implementations, has an eye for the detail in all
UX developments and is really good at catching and covering all edge cases.

Please refer to the following for more detailed information on his work so
far:

https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/commits?author=virtuacoplenny
https://github.com/jitsi/lib-jitsi-meet/commits?author=virtuacoplenny
https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet-torture/commits?author=virtuacoplenny

Some more about Lenny in his own words:

A professional dog enthusiast by trade, I'm a video game QA dropout (or
graduate) that has done frontend development on the side at full-time+
hours for the past three years. I worked on many projects in that time,
from greenfield startups to entrenched legacy applications, writing
beautiful code and some of the ugliest, most profoundly disturbing code
known to mankind… And now I am at Jitsi!

According to the procedure described at https://jitsi.org/commitaccess, I
am calling this vote on granting Lenny commit access to our GitHub
repositories. Please vote on the following:

[ ] +1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer.
[ ] 0 Does not matter to me.
[ ] -1 Reject Leonard Kim as a committer.

Note: Votes from non-developers (non-binding votes) are encouraged since
they show the general opinion of the Jitsi community.

Best regards,
Yana
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#5

+1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer

···

On Jun 30, 2017, at 8:10 PM, Yana Stamcheva <yana@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hello all,

I would like to call a vote for granting Leonard Kim commit access to the GitHub repositories of the Jitsi community.

Lenny has been a contributor to Jitsi since early this year, when he implemented two key features that has become very popular. One of them is the speaker statistics (if you haven’t tried that go and type T during your conference!). The other one is the ability to locally control the receiving volume for each of the participants in the call. This was only the start! He has then implemented a brand new device settings dialog with the ability to test and preview devices before changing them for the call. All this while moving the code to react and redux. A number of fixes has followed on different parts of Jitsi Meet and Lib Jitsi Meet. One of his latest big contributions has been the vertical scrollable filmstrip! He has done a wonderfull job in transforming the filmstrip while preserving all functionality intact and even keeping the horizontal strip as an option! Right now he continues to work on reactifying features like display name edition, status icons, video thumbnails and he has planned to do much more. He’s very thorough in his implementations, has an eye for the detail in all UX developments and is really good at catching and covering all edge cases.

Please refer to the following for more detailed information on his work so far:

https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/commits?author=virtuacoplenny
https://github.com/jitsi/lib-jitsi-meet/commits?author=virtuacoplenny
https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet-torture/commits?author=virtuacoplenny

Some more about Lenny in his own words:

A professional dog enthusiast by trade, I'm a video game QA dropout (or graduate) that has done frontend development on the side at full-time+ hours for the past three years. I worked on many projects in that time, from greenfield startups to entrenched legacy applications, writing beautiful code and some of the ugliest, most profoundly disturbing code known to mankind… And now I am at Jitsi!

According to the procedure described at https://jitsi.org/commitaccess, I am calling this vote on granting Lenny commit access to our GitHub repositories. Please vote on the following:

[ ] +1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer.
[ ] 0 Does not matter to me.
[ ] -1 Reject Leonard Kim as a committer.

Note: Votes from non-developers (non-binding votes) are encouraged since they show the general opinion of the Jitsi community.

Best regards,
Yana
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#6

+1.

It’s great to have you onboard, Lenny! Your contributions have been of top-notch quality since day one and you really help move the rectification process forward.

···

On Jun 30, 2017, at 20:10, Yana Stamcheva <yana@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hello all,

I would like to call a vote for granting Leonard Kim commit access to the GitHub repositories of the Jitsi community.

Lenny has been a contributor to Jitsi since early this year, when he implemented two key features that has become very popular. One of them is the speaker statistics (if you haven’t tried that go and type T during your conference!). The other one is the ability to locally control the receiving volume for each of the participants in the call. This was only the start! He has then implemented a brand new device settings dialog with the ability to test and preview devices before changing them for the call. All this while moving the code to react and redux. A number of fixes has followed on different parts of Jitsi Meet and Lib Jitsi Meet. One of his latest big contributions has been the vertical scrollable filmstrip! He has done a wonderfull job in transforming the filmstrip while preserving all functionality intact and even keeping the horizontal strip as an option! Right now he continues to work on reactifying features like display name edition, status icons, video thumbnails and he has planned to do much more. He’s very thorough in his implementations, has an eye for the detail in all UX developments and is really good at catching and covering all edge cases.

Please refer to the following for more detailed information on his work so far:

https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/commits?author=virtuacoplenny
https://github.com/jitsi/lib-jitsi-meet/commits?author=virtuacoplenny
https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet-torture/commits?author=virtuacoplenny

Some more about Lenny in his own words:

A professional dog enthusiast by trade, I'm a video game QA dropout (or graduate) that has done frontend development on the side at full-time+ hours for the past three years. I worked on many projects in that time, from greenfield startups to entrenched legacy applications, writing beautiful code and some of the ugliest, most profoundly disturbing code known to mankind… And now I am at Jitsi!

According to the procedure described at https://jitsi.org/commitaccess, I am calling this vote on granting Lenny commit access to our GitHub repositories. Please vote on the following:

[ ] +1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer.
[ ] 0 Does not matter to me.
[ ] -1 Reject Leonard Kim as a committer.

Note: Votes from non-developers (non-binding votes) are encouraged since they show the general opinion of the Jitsi community.

Best regards,
Yana
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#7

[ X ] +1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer.

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On Fri, Jun 30, 2017 at 11:42 AM, Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org> wrote:

[ X ] +1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer.

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#8

+1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer

···

On Jun 30, 2017, at 2:24 PM, Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

[V] +1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer

On Fri, 30 Jun 2017 at 13:12, Yana Stamcheva <yana@jitsi.org <mailto:yana@jitsi.org>> wrote:
Hello all,

I would like to call a vote for granting Leonard Kim commit access to the GitHub repositories of the Jitsi community.

Lenny has been a contributor to Jitsi since early this year, when he implemented two key features that has become very popular. One of them is the speaker statistics (if you haven’t tried that go and type T during your conference!). The other one is the ability to locally control the receiving volume for each of the participants in the call. This was only the start! He has then implemented a brand new device settings dialog with the ability to test and preview devices before changing them for the call. All this while moving the code to react and redux. A number of fixes has followed on different parts of Jitsi Meet and Lib Jitsi Meet. One of his latest big contributions has been the vertical scrollable filmstrip! He has done a wonderfull job in transforming the filmstrip while preserving all functionality intact and even keeping the horizontal strip as an option! Right now he continues to work on reactifying features like display name edition, status icons, video thumbnails and he has planned to do much more. He’s very thorough in his implementations, has an eye for the detail in all UX developments and is really good at catching and covering all edge cases.

Please refer to the following for more detailed information on his work so far:

https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/commits?author=virtuacoplenny <https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/commits?author=virtuacoplenny>
https://github.com/jitsi/lib-jitsi-meet/commits?author=virtuacoplenny <https://github.com/jitsi/lib-jitsi-meet/commits?author=virtuacoplenny>
https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet-torture/commits?author=virtuacoplenny <https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet-torture/commits?author=virtuacoplenny>

Some more about Lenny in his own words:

A professional dog enthusiast by trade, I'm a video game QA dropout (or graduate) that has done frontend development on the side at full-time+ hours for the past three years. I worked on many projects in that time, from greenfield startups to entrenched legacy applications, writing beautiful code and some of the ugliest, most profoundly disturbing code known to mankind… And now I am at Jitsi!

According to the procedure described at https://jitsi.org/commitaccess, I am calling this vote on granting Lenny commit access to our GitHub repositories. Please vote on the following:

[ ] +1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer.
[ ] 0 Does not matter to me.
[ ] -1 Reject Leonard Kim as a committer.

Note: Votes from non-developers (non-binding votes) are encouraged since they show the general opinion of the Jitsi community.

Best regards,
Yana
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#9

+1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer

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De : dev <dev-bounces@jitsi.org> de la part de Hristo Terezov <hristo@sip-communicator.org>
Envoyé : vendredi 30 juin 2017 21:27
À : Jitsi Developers
Objet : Re: [jitsi-dev] Call a VOTE for Leonard Kim

+1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer
On Jun 30, 2017, at 2:24 PM, Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org<mailto:emcho@jitsi.org>> wrote:

[V] +1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer

On Fri, 30 Jun 2017 at 13:12, Yana Stamcheva <yana@jitsi.org<mailto:yana@jitsi.org>> wrote:
Hello all,

I would like to call a vote for granting Leonard Kim commit access to the GitHub repositories of the Jitsi community.

Lenny has been a contributor to Jitsi since early this year, when he implemented two key features that has become very popular. One of them is the speaker statistics (if you haven’t tried that go and type T during your conference!). The other one is the ability to locally control the receiving volume for each of the participants in the call. This was only the start! He has then implemented a brand new device settings dialog with the ability to test and preview devices before changing them for the call. All this while moving the code to react and redux. A number of fixes has followed on different parts of Jitsi Meet and Lib Jitsi Meet. One of his latest big contributions has been the vertical scrollable filmstrip! He has done a wonderfull job in transforming the filmstrip while preserving all functionality intact and even keeping the horizontal strip as an option! Right now he continues to work on reactifying features like display name edition, status icons, video thumbnails and he has planned to do much more. He’s very thorough in his implementations, has an eye for the detail in all UX developments and is really good at catching and covering all edge cases.

Please refer to the following for more detailed information on his work so far:

https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/commits?author=virtuacoplenny
https://github.com/jitsi/lib-jitsi-meet/commits?author=virtuacoplenny
https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet-torture/commits?author=virtuacoplenny

Some more about Lenny in his own words:

A professional dog enthusiast by trade, I'm a video game QA dropout (or graduate) that has done frontend development on the side at full-time+ hours for the past three years. I worked on many projects in that time, from greenfield startups to entrenched legacy applications, writing beautiful code and some of the ugliest, most profoundly disturbing code known to mankind… And now I am at Jitsi!

According to the procedure described at https://jitsi.org/commitaccess, I am calling this vote on granting Lenny commit access to our GitHub repositories. Please vote on the following:

[ ] +1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer.
[ ] 0 Does not matter to me.
[ ] -1 Reject Leonard Kim as a committer.

Note: Votes from non-developers (non-binding votes) are encouraged since they show the general opinion of the Jitsi community.

Best regards,
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#10

I believe we are now ready to close this vote.

Vote summary:

+1 Accept Lenny as a committer: George Politis, Boris Grozev, Damian Minkov, Brian Baldino, Emil Ivov, Hristo Terezov, Arthur Toumassian, Pawel Domas, Saul Ibarra Corretge, Yana Stamcheva

0 Does not matter to me: 0

-1 Reject Danny as a committer: 0

Congratulations Lenny, you're now officially part of the Jitsi dev team! We are very glad to have you among us!!

Cheers,
Yana

···

On 3 Jul 2017, at 1:32 am, Saúl Ibarra Corretgé <scorretge@atlassian.com> wrote:

+1.

It’s great to have you onboard, Lenny! Your contributions have been of top-notch quality since day one and you really help move the rectification process forward.

On Jun 30, 2017, at 20:10, Yana Stamcheva <yana@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hello all,

I would like to call a vote for granting Leonard Kim commit access to the GitHub repositories of the Jitsi community.

Lenny has been a contributor to Jitsi since early this year, when he implemented two key features that has become very popular. One of them is the speaker statistics (if you haven’t tried that go and type T during your conference!). The other one is the ability to locally control the receiving volume for each of the participants in the call. This was only the start! He has then implemented a brand new device settings dialog with the ability to test and preview devices before changing them for the call. All this while moving the code to react and redux. A number of fixes has followed on different parts of Jitsi Meet and Lib Jitsi Meet. One of his latest big contributions has been the vertical scrollable filmstrip! He has done a wonderfull job in transforming the filmstrip while preserving all functionality intact and even keeping the horizontal strip as an option! Right now he continues to work on reactifying features like display name edition, status icons, video thumbnails and he has planned to do much more. He’s very thorough in his implementations, has an eye for the detail in all UX developments and is really good at catching and covering all edge cases.

Please refer to the following for more detailed information on his work so far:

https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/commits?author=virtuacoplenny
https://github.com/jitsi/lib-jitsi-meet/commits?author=virtuacoplenny
https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet-torture/commits?author=virtuacoplenny

Some more about Lenny in his own words:

A professional dog enthusiast by trade, I'm a video game QA dropout (or graduate) that has done frontend development on the side at full-time+ hours for the past three years. I worked on many projects in that time, from greenfield startups to entrenched legacy applications, writing beautiful code and some of the ugliest, most profoundly disturbing code known to mankind… And now I am at Jitsi!

According to the procedure described at https://jitsi.org/commitaccess, I am calling this vote on granting Lenny commit access to our GitHub repositories. Please vote on the following:

[ ] +1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer.
[ ] 0 Does not matter to me.
[ ] -1 Reject Leonard Kim as a committer.

Note: Votes from non-developers (non-binding votes) are encouraged since they show the general opinion of the Jitsi community.

Best regards,
Yana
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#11

+1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer.

···

On Fri, Jun 30, 2017 at 3:20 PM, Arthur TOUMASSIAN <artogu@live.fr> wrote:

+1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer

________________________________
De : dev <dev-bounces@jitsi.org> de la part de Hristo Terezov
<hristo@sip-communicator.org>
Envoyé : vendredi 30 juin 2017 21:27
À : Jitsi Developers
Objet : Re: [jitsi-dev] Call a VOTE for Leonard Kim

+1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer

On Jun 30, 2017, at 2:24 PM, Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

[V] +1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer

On Fri, 30 Jun 2017 at 13:12, Yana Stamcheva <yana@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hello all,

I would like to call a vote for granting Leonard Kim commit access to the
GitHub repositories of the Jitsi community.

Lenny has been a contributor to Jitsi since early this year, when he
implemented two key features that has become very popular. One of them is
the speaker statistics (if you haven’t tried that go and type T during your
conference!). The other one is the ability to locally control the receiving
volume for each of the participants in the call. This was only the start! He
has then implemented a brand new device settings dialog with the ability to
test and preview devices before changing them for the call. All this while
moving the code to react and redux. A number of fixes has followed on
different parts of Jitsi Meet and Lib Jitsi Meet. One of his latest big
contributions has been the vertical scrollable filmstrip! He has done a
wonderfull job in transforming the filmstrip while preserving all
functionality intact and even keeping the horizontal strip as an option!
Right now he continues to work on reactifying features like display name
edition, status icons, video thumbnails and he has planned to do much more.
He’s very thorough in his implementations, has an eye for the detail in all
UX developments and is really good at catching and covering all edge cases.

Please refer to the following for more detailed information on his work so
far:

https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/commits?author=virtuacoplenny
https://github.com/jitsi/lib-jitsi-meet/commits?author=virtuacoplenny
https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet-torture/commits?author=virtuacoplenny

Some more about Lenny in his own words:

A professional dog enthusiast by trade, I'm a video game QA dropout (or
graduate) that has done frontend development on the side at full-time+ hours
for the past three years. I worked on many projects in that time, from
greenfield startups to entrenched legacy applications, writing beautiful
code and some of the ugliest, most profoundly disturbing code known to
mankind… And now I am at Jitsi!

According to the procedure described at https://jitsi.org/commitaccess, I
am calling this vote on granting Lenny commit access to our GitHub
repositories. Please vote on the following:

[ ] +1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer.
[ ] 0 Does not matter to me.
[ ] -1 Reject Leonard Kim as a committer.

Note: Votes from non-developers (non-binding votes) are encouraged since
they show the general opinion of the Jitsi community.

Best regards,
Yana
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#12

A a non developer but a longtime follower of jitsi since its sip
communicator days, my vote obviously doesn't count, but I think Lenny would
be a great acquisition!

Cheers

···

On Fri, Jul 7, 2017 at 4:44 PM, Yana Stamcheva <yana@jitsi.org> wrote:

I believe we are now ready to close this vote.

Vote summary:

+1 Accept Lenny as a committer: George Politis, Boris Grozev, Damian
Minkov, Brian Baldino, Emil Ivov, Hristo Terezov, Arthur Toumassian, Pawel
Domas, Saul Ibarra Corretge, Yana Stamcheva

0 Does not matter to me: 0

-1 Reject Danny as a committer: 0

Congratulations Lenny, you're now officially part of the Jitsi dev team!
We are very glad to have you among us!!

Cheers,
Yana

> On 3 Jul 2017, at 1:32 am, Saúl Ibarra Corretgé <scorretge@atlassian.com> > wrote:
>
> +1.
>
> It’s great to have you onboard, Lenny! Your contributions have been of
top-notch quality since day one and you really help move the rectification
process forward.
>
>> On Jun 30, 2017, at 20:10, Yana Stamcheva <yana@jitsi.org> wrote:
>>
>> Hello all,
>>
>> I would like to call a vote for granting Leonard Kim commit access to
the GitHub repositories of the Jitsi community.
>>
>> Lenny has been a contributor to Jitsi since early this year, when he
implemented two key features that has become very popular. One of them is
the speaker statistics (if you haven’t tried that go and type T during your
conference!). The other one is the ability to locally control the receiving
volume for each of the participants in the call. This was only the start!
He has then implemented a brand new device settings dialog with the ability
to test and preview devices before changing them for the call. All this
while moving the code to react and redux. A number of fixes has followed on
different parts of Jitsi Meet and Lib Jitsi Meet. One of his latest big
contributions has been the vertical scrollable filmstrip! He has done a
wonderfull job in transforming the filmstrip while preserving all
functionality intact and even keeping the horizontal strip as an option!
Right now he continues to work on reactifying features like display name
edition, status icons, video thumbnails and he has planned to do much more.
He’s very thorough in his implementations, has an eye for the detail in all
UX developments and is really good at catching and covering all edge cases.
>>
>> Please refer to the following for more detailed information on his work
so far:
>>
>> https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/commits?author=virtuacoplenny
>> https://github.com/jitsi/lib-jitsi-meet/commits?author=virtuacoplenny
>> https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet-torture/commits?
author=virtuacoplenny
>>
>> Some more about Lenny in his own words:
>>
>> A professional dog enthusiast by trade, I'm a video game QA dropout (or
graduate) that has done frontend development on the side at full-time+
hours for the past three years. I worked on many projects in that time,
from greenfield startups to entrenched legacy applications, writing
beautiful code and some of the ugliest, most profoundly disturbing code
known to mankind… And now I am at Jitsi!
>>
>> According to the procedure described at https://jitsi.org/commitaccess,
I am calling this vote on granting Lenny commit access to our GitHub
repositories. Please vote on the following:
>>
>> [ ] +1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer.
>> [ ] 0 Does not matter to me.
>> [ ] -1 Reject Leonard Kim as a committer.
>>
>> Note: Votes from non-developers (non-binding votes) are encouraged
since they show the general opinion of the Jitsi community.
>>
>> Best regards,
>> Yana
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It sure counts!! Thanks Peter!

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On 7 Jul 2017, at 11:06 am, Peter Villeneuve <petervnv1@gmail.com> wrote:

A a non developer but a longtime follower of jitsi since its sip communicator days, my vote obviously doesn't count, but I think Lenny would be a great acquisition!

Cheers

On Fri, Jul 7, 2017 at 4:44 PM, Yana Stamcheva <yana@jitsi.org> wrote:
I believe we are now ready to close this vote.

Vote summary:

+1 Accept Lenny as a committer: George Politis, Boris Grozev, Damian Minkov, Brian Baldino, Emil Ivov, Hristo Terezov, Arthur Toumassian, Pawel Domas, Saul Ibarra Corretge, Yana Stamcheva

0 Does not matter to me: 0

-1 Reject Danny as a committer: 0

Congratulations Lenny, you're now officially part of the Jitsi dev team! We are very glad to have you among us!!

Cheers,
Yana

> On 3 Jul 2017, at 1:32 am, Saúl Ibarra Corretgé <scorretge@atlassian.com> wrote:
>
> +1.
>
> It’s great to have you onboard, Lenny! Your contributions have been of top-notch quality since day one and you really help move the rectification process forward.
>
>> On Jun 30, 2017, at 20:10, Yana Stamcheva <yana@jitsi.org> wrote:
>>
>> Hello all,
>>
>> I would like to call a vote for granting Leonard Kim commit access to the GitHub repositories of the Jitsi community.
>>
>> Lenny has been a contributor to Jitsi since early this year, when he implemented two key features that has become very popular. One of them is the speaker statistics (if you haven’t tried that go and type T during your conference!). The other one is the ability to locally control the receiving volume for each of the participants in the call. This was only the start! He has then implemented a brand new device settings dialog with the ability to test and preview devices before changing them for the call. All this while moving the code to react and redux. A number of fixes has followed on different parts of Jitsi Meet and Lib Jitsi Meet. One of his latest big contributions has been the vertical scrollable filmstrip! He has done a wonderfull job in transforming the filmstrip while preserving all functionality intact and even keeping the horizontal strip as an option! Right now he continues to work on reactifying features like display name edition, status icons, video thumbnails and he has planned to do much more. He’s very thorough in his implementations, has an eye for the detail in all UX developments and is really good at catching and covering all edge cases.
>>
>> Please refer to the following for more detailed information on his work so far:
>>
>> https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/commits?author=virtuacoplenny
>> https://github.com/jitsi/lib-jitsi-meet/commits?author=virtuacoplenny
>> https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet-torture/commits?author=virtuacoplenny
>>
>> Some more about Lenny in his own words:
>>
>> A professional dog enthusiast by trade, I'm a video game QA dropout (or graduate) that has done frontend development on the side at full-time+ hours for the past three years. I worked on many projects in that time, from greenfield startups to entrenched legacy applications, writing beautiful code and some of the ugliest, most profoundly disturbing code known to mankind… And now I am at Jitsi!
>>
>> According to the procedure described at https://jitsi.org/commitaccess, I am calling this vote on granting Lenny commit access to our GitHub repositories. Please vote on the following:
>>
>> [ ] +1 Accept Leonard Kim as a committer.
>> [ ] 0 Does not matter to me.
>> [ ] -1 Reject Leonard Kim as a committer.
>>
>> Note: Votes from non-developers (non-binding votes) are encouraged since they show the general opinion of the Jitsi community.
>>
>> Best regards,
>> Yana
>> _______________________________________________
>> dev mailing list
>> dev@jitsi.org
>> Unsubscribe instructions and other list options:
>> http://lists.jitsi.org/mailman/listinfo/dev
>
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