Resigning code ownership of libclc

Hi all,

I am hereby resigning my code ownership of libclc. I would like to nominate
Tom Stellard as the new code owner.

Thanks,

I assume that you’ve talked to Tom about this already? If so, seems fine to me.

-Chris

I am hereby resigning my code ownership of libclc. I would like to nominate
Tom Stellard as the new code owner.

Makes sense to me, if Tom is willing to become the code owner.

Jeroen

Hi Peter,

I'm assuming by this that you mean project ownership/maintainership of
libclc, or are you instead referring to the copyright on your
contributions to this project? I just want to be clear here.

Also, do you plan on leaving the mailing list up, or should we start
making alternative plans?

Regards,
Aaron Watry

Hi Peter,

I'm assuming by this that you mean project ownership/maintainership of
libclc, or are you instead referring to the copyright on your
contributions to this project? I just want to be clear here.

I mean code ownership as defined in the developer policy:
http://llvm.org/docs/DeveloperPolicy.html#code-owners

Also, do you plan on leaving the mailing list up, or should we start
making alternative plans?

It would probably be best to move it elsewhere. I am happy to leave it up
until the new location is ready.

Thanks,

>
> Hi all,
>
> I am hereby resigning my code ownership of libclc. I would like to nominate
> Tom Stellard as the new code owner.

I assume that you’ve talked to Tom about this already? If so, seems fine to me.

Yes, we talked about it, and I accept.

-Tom

> Hi Peter,
>
> I'm assuming by this that you mean project ownership/maintainership of
> libclc, or are you instead referring to the copyright on your
> contributions to this project? I just want to be clear here.

I mean code ownership as defined in the developer policy:
http://llvm.org/docs/DeveloperPolicy.html#code-owners

> Also, do you plan on leaving the mailing list up, or should we start
> making alternative plans?

It would probably be best to move it elsewhere. I am happy to leave it up
until the new location is ready.

We could use cfe-commits since that is where the commit emails go.

-Tom

Thanks for agreeing to this Tom. I've made the necessary changes to
CODE_OWNERS.TXT in r224088.

> Hi Peter,
>
> I'm assuming by this that you mean project ownership/maintainership of
> libclc, or are you instead referring to the copyright on your
> contributions to this project? I just want to be clear here.

I mean code ownership as defined in the developer policy:
http://llvm.org/docs/DeveloperPolicy.html#code-owners

> Also, do you plan on leaving the mailing list up, or should we start
> making alternative plans?

It would probably be best to move it elsewhere. I am happy to leave it up
until the new location is ready.

We could use cfe-commits since that is where the commit emails go.

It adds some nice symmetry, and I'd be ok with that... although I do
suspect that the filters I'll have to put in place in my email might
cause me to miss a few messages due to the higher volume in
cfe-commits than libclc-dev (which I always let pass through straight
to my inbox).

--Aaron