The Islandora 7.x Project committers have asked Kim Pham to become a committer and we are very pleased to announce that she has accepted.
Kim has been a longstanding and pro-active member of the Islandora Community, deeply devoted to helping community members, colleagues and peers and performing tasks such as making testing of Islandora Code less of an obscure magic and more something that we can actually reproduce in a systemic way (which has helped to reveal some outstanding bugs!) amongst other highly appreciated contributions.
Kim is a convenor of the Oral Histories Interest group, a very capable developer with a well-formed knowledge of our stack and code, a socially involved coding instructor, a release tester (and testing manager), a release documenter and a regular member of our many and diverse Islandora Calls.
Further details of the rights and responsibilities of being a Islandora committer can be found here:
Please join me in congratulating Kim! We are indeed very lucky to have her working with/for/at Islandora 7.x