LLVM commit rights (OpenMP runtime)

Hi All,

I have been involved with the LLVM OpenMP runtime since it was first committed
to the LLVM repository, and have LLVM commit rights. However, my role inside
Intel is changing, and I believe that it therefore makes sense for someone else
to have commit rights, and for mine to be revoked.

I would therefore like to request that Johnny Peyton be given commit rights.
He has been doing a lot of work on the LLVM OpenMP runtime (as can be seen in
the mail chains), and if he had rights that would avoid some of the delays we've
seen recently when Andrey has been out for Russian public holidays.

I have really enjoyed working with the LLVM team, and will still be here, just with
a less formal relationship inside Intel.

-- Jim

James Cownie <james.h.cownie@intel.com>
SSG/DPD/TCAR (Technical Computing, Analyzers and Runtimes)
Tel: +44 117 9071438

From: "James H Cownie" <james.h.cownie@intel.com>
To: "LLVM Developers Mailing List" <llvmdev@cs.uiuc.edu>, openmp-dev@dcs-maillist2.engr.illinois.edu
Sent: Thursday, May 14, 2015 10:24:03 AM
Subject: [Openmp-dev] LLVM commit rights (OpenMP runtime)

Hi All,

I have been involved with the LLVM OpenMP runtime since it was first
committed
to the LLVM repository, and have LLVM commit rights. However, my role
inside
Intel is changing, and I believe that it therefore makes sense for
someone else
to have commit rights, and for mine to be revoked.

I would therefore like to request that Johnny Peyton be given commit

Johnny has been a regular contributor, he simply needs to submit a request for commit access as documented here:
  http://llvm.org/docs/DeveloperPolicy.html#obtaining-commit-access

rights.
He has been doing a lot of work on the LLVM OpenMP runtime (as can be
seen in
the mail chains), and if he had rights that would avoid some of the
delays we've
seen recently when Andrey has been out for Russian public holidays.

I have really enjoyed working with the LLVM team, and will still be
here, just with
a less formal relationship inside Intel.

You've made a valuable contribution to the LLVM project, and I wish you the best of luck with your future projects. I hope you'll stick around on the mailing lists to provide advice and opinions.

-Hal