[jitsi-dev] [VOTE] Brian Baldino for committer


#1

Hello all,

I would like to call a vote for granting commit rights to Brian Baldino.

Brian has been a contributor to Jitsi since 2015, when he extended the REST interface in Jitsi Videobridge to support RTP header extensions. Since then he has provided more code and documentation for the REST interface, fixes to various problems related to last-n, simulcast and the use of data channels, and implemented the generic endpoint-to-endpoint messaging over data channels which is now used for broadcasting statistics in Jitsi Meet among other things. His latest contribution is the support for RTX together with simulcast in lib-jitsi-meet.

Some more info about him:
Brian has long experience with multimedia and real-time communication, he has previously worked at Cisco Telepresence and HighFive, and he is now part of the Jitsi team at Atlassian.

So therefore, according to the procedure described in [0], I am calling
this vote on granting him commit access on our GitHub repositories.

Please vote on the following:

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

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

Regards,
Boris

[0] Becoming a Jitsi Committer - https://jitsi.org/commitaccess


#2

[+1] Accept Brian as a committer.

···

On Dec 13, 2016, at 7:38 PM, Boris Grozev <boris@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hello all,

I would like to call a vote for granting commit rights to Brian Baldino.

Brian has been a contributor to Jitsi since 2015, when he extended the REST interface in Jitsi Videobridge to support RTP header extensions. Since then he has provided more code and documentation for the REST interface, fixes to various problems related to last-n, simulcast and the use of data channels, and implemented the generic endpoint-to-endpoint messaging over data channels which is now used for broadcasting statistics in Jitsi Meet among other things. His latest contribution is the support for RTX together with simulcast in lib-jitsi-meet.

Some more info about him:
Brian has long experience with multimedia and real-time communication, he has previously worked at Cisco Telepresence and HighFive, and he is now part of the Jitsi team at Atlassian.

So therefore, according to the procedure described in [0], I am calling
this vote on granting him commit access on our GitHub repositories.

Please vote on the following:

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

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

Regards,
Boris

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#3

[+1] Accept Brian as a committer.

···

On Tue, Dec 13, 2016 at 7:38 PM, Boris Grozev <boris@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hello all,

I would like to call a vote for granting commit rights to Brian Baldino.

Brian has been a contributor to Jitsi since 2015, when he extended the REST
interface in Jitsi Videobridge to support RTP header extensions. Since then
he has provided more code and documentation for the REST interface, fixes to
various problems related to last-n, simulcast and the use of data channels,
and implemented the generic endpoint-to-endpoint messaging over data
channels which is now used for broadcasting statistics in Jitsi Meet among
other things. His latest contribution is the support for RTX together with
simulcast in lib-jitsi-meet.

Some more info about him:
Brian has long experience with multimedia and real-time communication, he
has previously worked at Cisco Telepresence and HighFive, and he is now part
of the Jitsi team at Atlassian.

So therefore, according to the procedure described in [0], I am calling
this vote on granting him commit access on our GitHub repositories.

Please vote on the following:

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

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

Regards,
Boris

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#4

+1 Accept Brian as a committer.

···

On 13 Dec. 2016, at 7:38 pm, Boris Grozev <boris@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hello all,

I would like to call a vote for granting commit rights to Brian Baldino.

Brian has been a contributor to Jitsi since 2015, when he extended the REST interface in Jitsi Videobridge to support RTP header extensions. Since then he has provided more code and documentation for the REST interface, fixes to various problems related to last-n, simulcast and the use of data channels, and implemented the generic endpoint-to-endpoint messaging over data channels which is now used for broadcasting statistics in Jitsi Meet among other things. His latest contribution is the support for RTX together with simulcast in lib-jitsi-meet.

Some more info about him:
Brian has long experience with multimedia and real-time communication, he has previously worked at Cisco Telepresence and HighFive, and he is now part of the Jitsi team at Atlassian.

So therefore, according to the procedure described in [0], I am calling
this vote on granting him commit access on our GitHub repositories.

Please vote on the following:

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

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

Regards,
Boris

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#5

[V] +1 Accept Brian as a committer.

···

On Tue, 13 Dec 2016 at 19:39, Boris Grozev <boris@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hello all,

I would like to call a vote for granting commit rights to Brian Baldino.

Brian has been a contributor to Jitsi since 2015, when he extended the

REST interface in Jitsi Videobridge to support RTP header extensions.

Since then he has provided more code and documentation for the REST

interface, fixes to various problems related to last-n, simulcast and

the use of data channels, and implemented the generic

endpoint-to-endpoint messaging over data channels which is now used for

broadcasting statistics in Jitsi Meet among other things. His latest

contribution is the support for RTX together with simulcast in

lib-jitsi-meet.

Some more info about him:

Brian has long experience with multimedia and real-time communication,

he has previously worked at Cisco Telepresence and HighFive, and he is

now part of the Jitsi team at Atlassian.

So therefore, according to the procedure described in [0], I am calling

this vote on granting him commit access on our GitHub repositories.

Please vote on the following:

[ ] +1 Accept Brian as a committer.

[ ] 0 Does not matter to me.

[ ] -1 Reject Brian as a committer.

Note: Votes from non-developers (non-binding votes) are encouraged since

they show the general opinion of the Jitsi community.

Regards,

Boris

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#6

+1 accept Brian as committer

···

On December 14, 2016 2:38:37 AM GMT+01:00, Boris Grozev <boris@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hello all,

I would like to call a vote for granting commit rights to Brian
Baldino.

Brian has been a contributor to Jitsi since 2015, when he extended the
REST interface in Jitsi Videobridge to support RTP header extensions.
Since then he has provided more code and documentation for the REST
interface, fixes to various problems related to last-n, simulcast and
the use of data channels, and implemented the generic
endpoint-to-endpoint messaging over data channels which is now used for

broadcasting statistics in Jitsi Meet among other things. His latest
contribution is the support for RTX together with simulcast in
lib-jitsi-meet.

Some more info about him:
Brian has long experience with multimedia and real-time communication,
he has previously worked at Cisco Telepresence and HighFive, and he is
now part of the Jitsi team at Atlassian.

So therefore, according to the procedure described in [0], I am calling
this vote on granting him commit access on our GitHub repositories.

Please vote on the following:

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

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

Regards,
Boris

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#7

[ X ] +1 Accept Brian as a committer.

···

On Dec 13, 2016 20:39, "Boris Grozev" <boris@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hello all,

I would like to call a vote for granting commit rights to Brian Baldino.

Brian has been a contributor to Jitsi since 2015, when he extended the
REST interface in Jitsi Videobridge to support RTP header extensions. Since
then he has provided more code and documentation for the REST interface,
fixes to various problems related to last-n, simulcast and the use of data
channels, and implemented the generic endpoint-to-endpoint messaging over
data channels which is now used for broadcasting statistics in Jitsi Meet
among other things. His latest contribution is the support for RTX together
with simulcast in lib-jitsi-meet.

Some more info about him:
Brian has long experience with multimedia and real-time communication, he
has previously worked at Cisco Telepresence and HighFive, and he is now
part of the Jitsi team at Atlassian.

So therefore, according to the procedure described in [0], I am calling
this vote on granting him commit access on our GitHub repositories.

Please vote on the following:

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

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

Regards,
Boris

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#8

+1 Accept Brian as a committer.


#9

[ X ] +1 Accept Brian as a committer.

···

On Tue, 13 Dec 2016 19:38:37 -0600 Boris Grozev wrote:

Hello all,

I would like to call a vote for granting commit rights to Brian
Baldino.

Brian has been a contributor to Jitsi since 2015, when he extended the
REST interface in Jitsi Videobridge to support RTP header extensions.
Since then he has provided more code and documentation for the REST
interface, fixes to various problems related to last-n, simulcast and
the use of data channels, and implemented the generic
endpoint-to-endpoint messaging over data channels which is now used
for broadcasting statistics in Jitsi Meet among other things. His
latest contribution is the support for RTX together with simulcast in
lib-jitsi-meet.

Some more info about him:
Brian has long experience with multimedia and real-time communication,
he has previously worked at Cisco Telepresence and HighFive, and he is
now part of the Jitsi team at Atlassian.

So therefore, according to the procedure described in [0], I am calling
this vote on granting him commit access on our GitHub repositories.

Please vote on the following:

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

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

Regards,
Boris

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#10

+1 Accept Brian as a committer.

Boris

···

On 13/12/2016 19:38, Boris Grozev wrote:

Hello all,

I would like to call a vote for granting commit rights to Brian Baldino.

Brian has been a contributor to Jitsi since 2015, when he extended the
REST interface in Jitsi Videobridge to support RTP header extensions.
Since then he has provided more code and documentation for the REST
interface, fixes to various problems related to last-n, simulcast and
the use of data channels, and implemented the generic
endpoint-to-endpoint messaging over data channels which is now used for
broadcasting statistics in Jitsi Meet among other things. His latest
contribution is the support for RTX together with simulcast in
lib-jitsi-meet.

Some more info about him:
Brian has long experience with multimedia and real-time communication,
he has previously worked at Cisco Telepresence and HighFive, and he is
now part of the Jitsi team at Atlassian.

So therefore, according to the procedure described in [0], I am calling
this vote on granting him commit access on our GitHub repositories.

Please vote on the following:

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

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

Regards,
Boris

[0] Becoming a Jitsi Committer - https://jitsi.org/commitaccess


#11

Hi everyone,

We can now close this vote. The results are as follows:

Accept Brian as a committer: George Politis, Hristo Terezov, Pawel Domas, Emil Ivov, Yana Stamcheva, Mr. Smith, Damian Minkov, Lyubomir Marinov, Yasen Pramatarov, royblog@comcast.net, Boris Grozev, mkr.

Total of 12, of which 8 binding (including the vote of the project lead) and 4 non-binding.

Does not matter to me: none.
Reject Brian as a committer: none.

Congratulations Brian, you are now officially part of the Jitsi dev team. We are glad to have you!

Regards,
Boris

···

On 13/12/2016 19:38, Boris Grozev wrote:

Hello all,

I would like to call a vote for granting commit rights to Brian Baldino.

Brian has been a contributor to Jitsi since 2015, when he extended the
REST interface in Jitsi Videobridge to support RTP header extensions.
Since then he has provided more code and documentation for the REST
interface, fixes to various problems related to last-n, simulcast and
the use of data channels, and implemented the generic
endpoint-to-endpoint messaging over data channels which is now used for
broadcasting statistics in Jitsi Meet among other things. His latest
contribution is the support for RTX together with simulcast in
lib-jitsi-meet.

Some more info about him:
Brian has long experience with multimedia and real-time communication,
he has previously worked at Cisco Telepresence and HighFive, and he is
now part of the Jitsi team at Atlassian.

So therefore, according to the procedure described in [0], I am calling
this vote on granting him commit access on our GitHub repositories.

Please vote on the following:

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

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

Regards,
Boris

[0] Becoming a Jitsi Committer - https://jitsi.org/commitaccess


#12

+1 accept Brian as committer

···

On Dec 13, 2016, at 7:41 PM, George Politis <gp@jitsi.org> wrote:

[+1] Accept Brian as a committer.

On Dec 13, 2016, at 7:38 PM, Boris Grozev <boris@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hello all,

I would like to call a vote for granting commit rights to Brian Baldino.

Brian has been a contributor to Jitsi since 2015, when he extended the REST interface in Jitsi Videobridge to support RTP header extensions. Since then he has provided more code and documentation for the REST interface, fixes to various problems related to last-n, simulcast and the use of data channels, and implemented the generic endpoint-to-endpoint messaging over data channels which is now used for broadcasting statistics in Jitsi Meet among other things. His latest contribution is the support for RTX together with simulcast in lib-jitsi-meet.

Some more info about him:
Brian has long experience with multimedia and real-time communication, he has previously worked at Cisco Telepresence and HighFive, and he is now part of the Jitsi team at Atlassian.

So therefore, according to the procedure described in [0], I am calling
this vote on granting him commit access on our GitHub repositories.

Please vote on the following:

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

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

Regards,
Boris

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#13

[ X ] +1 Accept Brian as a committer. ( non-binding vote)

[ X ] +1 Accept Brian as a committer.

···

----- Original Message -----
From: "Yasen Pramatarov" <yasen@lindeas.com>
To: dev@jitsi.org
Sent: Wednesday, December 14, 2016 12:01:55 PM
Subject: Re: [jitsi-dev] [VOTE] Brian Baldino for committer

On Tue, 13 Dec 2016 19:38:37 -0600 Boris Grozev wrote:

Hello all,

I would like to call a vote for granting commit rights to Brian
Baldino.

Brian has been a contributor to Jitsi since 2015, when he extended the
REST interface in Jitsi Videobridge to support RTP header extensions.
Since then he has provided more code and documentation for the REST
interface, fixes to various problems related to last-n, simulcast and
the use of data channels, and implemented the generic
endpoint-to-endpoint messaging over data channels which is now used
for broadcasting statistics in Jitsi Meet among other things. His
latest contribution is the support for RTX together with simulcast in
lib-jitsi-meet.

Some more info about him:
Brian has long experience with multimedia and real-time communication,
he has previously worked at Cisco Telepresence and HighFive, and he is
now part of the Jitsi team at Atlassian.

So therefore, according to the procedure described in [0], I am calling
this vote on granting him commit access on our GitHub repositories.

Please vote on the following:

[ ] 0 Does not matter to me.
[ ] -1 Reject Brian as a committer.

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

Regards,
Boris

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#14

Congratulations Brian, welcome to the Jitsi dev team!!

···

On Dec 15, 2016, at 9:30 AM, Boris Grozev <boris@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hi everyone,

We can now close this vote. The results are as follows:

Accept Brian as a committer: George Politis, Hristo Terezov, Pawel Domas, Emil Ivov, Yana Stamcheva, Mr. Smith, Damian Minkov, Lyubomir Marinov, Yasen Pramatarov, royblog@comcast.net, Boris Grozev, mkr.

Total of 12, of which 8 binding (including the vote of the project lead) and 4 non-binding.

Does not matter to me: none.
Reject Brian as a committer: none.

Congratulations Brian, you are now officially part of the Jitsi dev team. We are glad to have you!

Regards,
Boris

On 13/12/2016 19:38, Boris Grozev wrote:

Hello all,

I would like to call a vote for granting commit rights to Brian Baldino.

Brian has been a contributor to Jitsi since 2015, when he extended the
REST interface in Jitsi Videobridge to support RTP header extensions.
Since then he has provided more code and documentation for the REST
interface, fixes to various problems related to last-n, simulcast and
the use of data channels, and implemented the generic
endpoint-to-endpoint messaging over data channels which is now used for
broadcasting statistics in Jitsi Meet among other things. His latest
contribution is the support for RTX together with simulcast in
lib-jitsi-meet.

Some more info about him:
Brian has long experience with multimedia and real-time communication,
he has previously worked at Cisco Telepresence and HighFive, and he is
now part of the Jitsi team at Atlassian.

So therefore, according to the procedure described in [0], I am calling
this vote on granting him commit access on our GitHub repositories.

Please vote on the following:

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

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

Regards,
Boris

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#15

Thanks, everyone!

···

On Thu, Dec 15, 2016 at 7:40 AM, George Politis <gp@jitsi.org> wrote:

Congratulations Brian, welcome to the Jitsi dev team!!

> On Dec 15, 2016, at 9:30 AM, Boris Grozev <boris@jitsi.org> wrote:
>
> Hi everyone,
>
> We can now close this vote. The results are as follows:
>
> Accept Brian as a committer: George Politis, Hristo Terezov, Pawel
Domas, Emil Ivov, Yana Stamcheva, Mr. Smith, Damian Minkov, Lyubomir
Marinov, Yasen Pramatarov, royblog@comcast.net, Boris Grozev, mkr.
>
> Total of 12, of which 8 binding (including the vote of the project lead)
and 4 non-binding.
>
> Does not matter to me: none.
> Reject Brian as a committer: none.
>
>
> Congratulations Brian, you are now officially part of the Jitsi dev
team. We are glad to have you!
>
>
> Regards,
> Boris
>
> On 13/12/2016 19:38, Boris Grozev wrote:
>> Hello all,
>>
>> I would like to call a vote for granting commit rights to Brian Baldino.
>>
>> Brian has been a contributor to Jitsi since 2015, when he extended the
>> REST interface in Jitsi Videobridge to support RTP header extensions.
>> Since then he has provided more code and documentation for the REST
>> interface, fixes to various problems related to last-n, simulcast and
>> the use of data channels, and implemented the generic
>> endpoint-to-endpoint messaging over data channels which is now used for
>> broadcasting statistics in Jitsi Meet among other things. His latest
>> contribution is the support for RTX together with simulcast in
>> lib-jitsi-meet.
>>
>>
>> Some more info about him:
>> Brian has long experience with multimedia and real-time communication,
>> he has previously worked at Cisco Telepresence and HighFive, and he is
>> now part of the Jitsi team at Atlassian.
>>
>> So therefore, according to the procedure described in [0], I am calling
>> this vote on granting him commit access on our GitHub repositories.
>>
>> Please vote on the following:
>>
>> [ ] +1 Accept Brian as a committer.
>> [ ] 0 Does not matter to me.
>> [ ] -1 Reject Brian as a committer.
>>
>> Note: Votes from non-developers (non-binding votes) are encouraged since
>> they show the general opinion of the Jitsi community.
>>
>>
>> Regards,
>> Boris
>>
>> [0] Becoming a Jitsi Committer - https://jitsi.org/commitaccess
>>
>
>
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