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From Jesse <>
Subject Re: Resigning
Date Wed, 20 Jul 2016 16:46:39 GMT
Hi Dmitry,

We are doing well but miss your input ... :(

There is no reason to resign, unless you really want to break up.  We have
only ever had ~3 members resign before even though we still have pmc
members who have not contributed in years.  It is not a big deal to just
mute the channel and go off and do your thing.  Committing once every 3
months is welcomed too, even though you don't really need to be PMC for

If you still want to go emeritus let us know, and we'll go through the
Otherwise, if you just want to mute some of the day to day, send emails to:


Not sure how to remove you from the other lists that are not
controlled by us. Try "[listname]" to any
Apache wide lists that you are subscribed to.

No matter what you decide, it has been a pleasure committing with you and
you are always welcome back.



On Mon, Jul 18, 2016 at 9:11 PM, Joe Bowser <> wrote:

> Hey
> I believe that you can resign your committership and PMC membership and go
> emeritus on this project.
> The main advantage I can see in becoming emeritus and giving up
> committership is that it's one less account you have to worry about.  Also,
> committership doesn't transfer between Apache projects.  For example, I
> don't have any commit access to httpd's SVN, so I can't create a log
> message saying "STOP USING PHP!!!!!!" every time mod_php is loaded or
> something (not that I would, but it's an example).  AFAIK, the only thing
> that really carries over is that you have a valid ICLA.
> Of course, an actual ASF person could probably direct you to some more
> useful information.
> On Mon, Jul 18, 2016 at 8:21 PM, Dmitry Blotsky <>
> wrote:
> > Hey folks,
> >
> > I’ve been monitoring the mailing list weekly, but I’m realising that
> other
> > than that, I’ve contributed exactly one bug fix to Cordova since I
> departed
> > in April. So, I’m writing to ask if it would be possible (or advised) for
> > me to resign from the PMC and from the committer list. I remember someone
> > saying that we have an immensely large PMC, and I figured that removing
> > committer privileges from myself due to being a non-contributing member
> > might be the responsible thing to do. Do we have a process for this? Or
> > would you guys advise that I remain a committer in case that I contribute
> > to Cordova or to another ASF project in the future?
> >
> > On an unrelated note: I hope you’re all doing well! I can’t believe that
> > it’s only been 3 months since I left, because a whole lot has happened
> > since then. Glad to see Jenkins builds on the CI and new releases on the
> > blog, and also glad to see new faces and old (hey, Fil! :) ) come up on
> the
> > list.
> >
> > Kindly,
> > Dmitry
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