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From Davanum Srinivas <>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Daryoush for Beehive committer
Date Wed, 06 Jul 2005 16:00:41 GMT

Part of "successfully applying ASF principles" is guiding new folks
and expanding the committer base. We need to show that we absorb and
mentor new folks. So new committership is in the spirit of applying
ASF principles. It should not depend on release status/stage
(milestone, release candidate) of the project.


On 7/6/05, Rich Feit <> wrote:
> Here's my feeling about this (and it applies also for others like Carlin
> Rogers and Chad Schoettger, who also have contributed greatly but are
> not committers): we should make sure the project is in the right shape
> to graduate from the Incubator before adding any new committers.  It
> *may* be in the right shape now -- it's something we need to figure
> out.  We've acted on some feedback in the Incubator mailing list, and
> I'm really hopeful that this is something we can do very soon.  But can
> we table discussion of new committers until we understand where exactly
> we stand?  If this ends up being a longer process than hoped for, I'd be
> willing to restart the conversation.  I know it's difficult for all the
> people like Daryoush who have been contributing via patches, but I feel
> that our first priority is making sure that Beehive is successfully
> applying ASF principles in such a way that it's ready to graduate.
> Thoughts?
> Rich
> Davanum Srinivas wrote:
> >Hi all,
> >
> >I was shocked (correct me if i am wrong!) to find that Daryoush was
> >not yet a committer on beehive. Can we please fix this ASAP?
> >
> >Here's my +1 for Daryoush Mehrtash as a Beehive Committer.
> >
> >thanks,
> >dims
> >
> >
> >

Davanum Srinivas -

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