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From Jörg Schaible <>
Subject Re: [lang] Apache at Github
Date Thu, 30 Apr 2015 07:49:53 GMT
Benedikt Ritter wrote:

> 2015-04-29 16:13 GMT+02:00 Bernd Eckenfels <>:
>> Hello,
>> I added the following text to the Wiki page:
>> = GitHub Integration =
>> GitHub is a popular commercial Git hosting service. The ASF GIT
>> repositories are mirrored there to increase visibility and to encourage
>> more collaborators. The Infra team is responsible for maintaining the
>> [[|Github Apache Organisation]]. As an Apache
>> committer you can also get added to the Team on !GitHub, but this has
>> no function for access control, it is purely to show off your
>> affiliation. Some Apache Commons projects chose to advertise the
>> related !GitHub project (to accept pull requests or even problem
>> reports). For example the '''' and '''' files
>> produced by the ''build-plgin'' describe this workflow. If you accept a
>> pull request, you have to apply it as a patch to the Apache WIP
>> repository, this commit will then be propagated to the !GitHub mirror.
>> In the comment of the commit/merge you should use !GitHub syntax
>> (closes #xx) to close the PR. There is no other way to close pull
>> requests. So to reduce the INFRA teams workload (to work on your
>> tickets with close requests) remember this procedure.
>> Maybe someone more knowledgable could add something about batches and
>> CI hooks (and does somebody remeber the URL to the info which describes
>> how to get added to the ASF commiter team, it was in the developer
>> documentation somewhere but I cant find it).
> I've added what I've learned so far.

Thanks to all who improved the wiki!


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