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From Branko ─îibej <br...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Proposing for Apache Member?
Date Tue, 08 Jul 2014 11:19:32 GMT
On 08.07.2014 13:05, Issac Goldstand wrote:
> There are enough members spread out through the various lists to catch
> them - I don't imagine that there is a single list hosted by the ASF
> that at least one member isn't watching.  If only because lists are
> backed by PMCs and every PMC chair is a member.

I don't know where you got this, but it definitely is not true that
every PMC chair is a member. This is not even a requirement. It is
possible and reasonable that an entire project community contains not a
single ASF member, only committers. Certainly, members must be involved
during incubation, but there's no requirement for them to stay on the
project once it has graduated.



Pierre, when I said "only members can nominate new members", I meant
that literally. "Propose" and "nominate" are not synonyms. It is IMO
perfectly reasonable for non-members to propose new members, basically
by bringing them to the attention of existing members -- presumably, on
this list. It's not the most efficient way since I'd expect people to
only nominate someone whom they know well, and would therefore have to
get involved in the project for a non-trivial amount of time to form
their own opinion about the proposal.

-- Brane


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