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From "Ju@N" <>
Subject Steps to follow after becoming a Geode committer
Date Mon, 17 Sep 2018 10:48:26 GMT
Hello all,

My apache account is already created and everything seems to be working
just fine, I've already linked my account through and I can see the option *Merge pull
request* in the *GitHub* interface (disabled in the past when I didn't have
commit privileges on the project).
I have two old pull requests (2376
<> for GEODE-5353
<> and 2250
<> for GEODE-5314
<>) already approved by
other committers, am I ready to go and merge them myself?, or should I wait
for an announcement or something else?. I've already gone through Becoming
a Committer
 and Code Contributions
<> but
couldn't find a definitive answer about how/when to merge a *pull
request* opened
by yourself when you're a committer, how does this process work?, should I
ask in this list for reviews before merging the changes?, should I wait X
amount of days before asking for reviewers?, etc.
As a side note, I've received an email from *
<>* with a link to the vote reference in the
<>* list. I believe that list is only for
*PMC* members, so I don't (and won't) have access to that list, am I right?.
Sorry for the long email and the amount of questions, just trying to make
sure I get things right from the very beginning :-).
Best regards.


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