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From Alex Blewitt <>
Subject Re: Who wants to be a committer? Alex Blewitt
Date Wed, 10 Sep 2003 17:46:37 GMT
I put myself forward as a committer. I believe that I have worked on a 
fair amount of code in the implementation of the JavaMail codebase, and 
have also contributed to the community throughout postings to this 
newsgroup not only on JavaMail but on a variety of other topics as well.

I have already signed and faxed the ASF2 contribution form, and in the 
past others have suggested that I may be one of the people considered 
for committer access. In fact, it has already been proposed once but 
only received a +1 and a +0.

Can one of the committers propose me as a committer?



On Wednesday, Sep 10, 2003, at 18:42 Europe/London, Alex Blewitt wrote:

> So, a new process; if you are interested in becoming a committer, and 
> have submitted enough code/contributions/become a member of the 
> community, simply reply to this message title. Please do not reply to 
> this same message title if you are not interested in becoming a 
> committer, or are not a committer replying.
> Once you've announced your intent, can a committer then post a reply 
> to this, officially proposing a vote for that person. This will 
> kick-start the normal ASF processes which I'm sure we'd all want to 
> follow anyway.
> To make it clearer, I suggest that message titles are as follows:
> Who wants to be a committer? <- this message
> Re: Who wants to be a commiter? Alex Blewitt <- people who are 
> interested in nominating themselves
> [Vote] Re: Who wants to be a committer? Alex Blewitt <- a committer 
> will have to officially launch the voting process off
> Re: [Vote] Re: Who wants to be a committer? Alex Blewitt <- responses 
> from other people (committers have the only binding votes, but support 
> from the community is also a good indication)

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