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From Bill Farner <>
Subject Invitation to become an Apache Aurora committer: Zameer Manji
Date Mon, 12 Jan 2015 19:35:00 GMT
Zameer Manji,

The Apache Aurora Project Management Committee (PMC) hereby offers you
committer privileges and membership in the PMC of the Apache Aurora project.
These privileges are offered on the understanding that you'll use them
reasonably and with common sense. We like to work on trust rather than
unnecessary constraints.

Being a committer enables you to more easily make changes without
needing to go through the patch submission process.

Being a committer does not require you to participate any more than
you already do. It does tend to make one even more committed.  You
will probably find that you spend more time here.

Being a PMC member enables you to help guide the direction of the project.

Of course, you can decline and instead remain as a contributor,
participating as you do now.

A. This personal invitation is a chance for you to accept or decline in
private. Either way, please let us know in a reply to the address only.

B. If you are accepting, the next step is to register an iCLA with
the Apache Software Foundation:
    1. Details of the iCLA and the forms are found
    through this link: <>.
Invitation to become an Apache Aurora committer:
    2. The form (text or PDF version) provides
    instructions for its completion and return to
    the Secretary of the ASF.

    3. When you transmit the completed iCLA, request
    to notify the Apache Aurora project and choose a
    unique Apache id. Look to see if your preferred
    id is already taken at
    This will allow the Secretary to notify the PMC
    when your iCLA has been recorded.

When recording of your iCLA is noticed, you will receive a follow-up
message with the next steps for establishing you as a committer.



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