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From pesce...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r1652694 - /incubator/corinthia/www/contribute_committer.html
Date Sat, 17 Jan 2015 23:04:31 GMT
Author: pescetti
Date: Sat Jan 17 23:04:31 2015
New Revision: 1652694

URL: http://svn.apache.org/r1652694
Log:
Fix typos. Small adjustments.

Modified:
    incubator/corinthia/www/contribute_committer.html

Modified: incubator/corinthia/www/contribute_committer.html
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/corinthia/www/contribute_committer.html?rev=1652694&r1=1652693&r2=1652694&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- incubator/corinthia/www/contribute_committer.html (original)
+++ incubator/corinthia/www/contribute_committer.html Sat Jan 17 23:04:31 2015
@@ -15,20 +15,21 @@
 	  <div class="large-12 columns">
   	  <div class="hide-for-small float left"><img src="img/owl.jpg" width="250" height="250"
alt="" title="" /></div>	  	  
 	  	   	<h3>Committer's Guide</h3>
-	  			<p>To participate in a apache project, you start as contributor by contributing
patches,
+	  			<p>To participate in an Apache project, you start as contributor by contributing
patches,
 				   participating in the mail discussions, thereby earning merit. The PMC (Project Management
Committee) will acknowledge 
 				   the motivation and invite you as committer. A committer has write access to the repos.<br>
 				   If you think about the project as such, you will soon be invited to join the PMC.
Being PMC basically means you must
 				   vote on releases and help define the direction of the project.</p>
-	  		<h3>Before becomming a committer</h3>
-	  			<p>As contributor you submit changes and a committer checks them for validity
before adding them to the repo.
-				   As committer you do not need to ask first (even though we all often do) but can update
the repo as you wish, 
-				   therefore you need to be registred in Apache Software Foundation. This is done by
submitting a ICLA. 
-				   The ICLA acknowledges that all your contributions are done under the Apache License
(Alv2) this guarantees that the
-				   project is free opensource which can be reused by the whole world.<br>
-				   As part of the ICLA you must choose an apache userId, check the list of Apache committers,
and non-commiters with ICLAs
+	  		<h3>Before becoming a committer</h3>
+	  			<p>As a contributor you submit changes and a committer checks them for validity
before adding them to the repo.
+				   As a committer you do not need to ask first (even though we all often do) but can
update the repo as you wish, 
+				   therefore you need to be registered with the Apache Software Foundation. This is done
by submitting a ICLA. 
+				   The ICLA acknowledges that all your contributions are under the Apache License (ALv2):
this guarantees that the
+				   project is free and open source and that code can be freely reused by anyone.<br>
+				   As part of the ICLA you must choose an Apache userid, check the list of Apache committers,
and non-committers with ICLAs
 				   on record (you can find them all <a href="http://people.apache.org">here</a><br>
-				   In corinthia we have decided that all committers are also PMC members, to avoid a
2 class community,
+				   In Corinthia we have decided that, at least during the incubation phase,
+                                   all committers are also PMC members (PPMC members during
incubation), to avoid a 2 class community,
 				   so when you are invited it will be as committer and PPMC, of course you can choose
not to accept at all or only accept
 				   being committer.</p>
                         <h3>Being a committer/PMC</h3>



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