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From Joe Bowser <>
Subject Re: Resigning
Date Tue, 19 Jul 2016 04:11:19 GMT

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 <>

> 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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