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From Michael Sync <>
Subject RE: artwork for cordova
Date Wed, 18 Jan 2012 01:01:48 GMT
I think you don't need to be voted.. According to wiki (esp:
contributer work flow ), you just need to send the pull request..

But im also new here so I could be wrong.

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From: Yohei Shimomae
Sent: 17/1/2012 8:22 AM
Subject: Re: artwork for cordova
Hey guys,

So from what I understand, for me to be accepted to the committer
list, I need to be voted in first. Is that correct Jukka? If that is
the case, could someone start PMC private discussion about this? Thank

On 2012-01-13, at 3:40 PM, Yohei Shimomae wrote:

> Thanks Jukka,
> Yes, I'm fine with ALv2, and I would also like to be added as a committer and PMC member.
> On 2012-01-13, at 12:55 PM, Jukka Zitting wrote:
>> Hi,
>> On Fri, Jan 13, 2012 at 7:48 PM, Patrick Mueller <> wrote:
>>> Awesome!
>> +1
>>> I'd like to get this on the CMS.  It would be great if you could
>>> check these into an existing project like cordova-docs or something,
>>> assuming you're allowed to commit (and if you're not, make yourself allowed
>>> to commit).
>> See [1] and the referenced pages for the process to get commit access at Apache.
>> Meanwhile, all that's required is for the contributor (Yohei in this
>> case) to indicate that the contributed work is OK for inclusion under
>> the ALv2 ([2], note especially section 5). The contribution can happen
>> in pretty much any way is convenient, for example through email (like
>> here), the CB issue tracker or a pull request. The committer who
>> accepts the contribution has the primary responsibility to check that
>> the contribution was voluntary and falls under the ALv2 (which section
>> 5 of the license makes normally pretty easy to do for typical small
>> contributions).
>> Once the project team is happy with someones contribution's, they can
>> (and should) vote to invite him or her to join the team as a fellow
>> committer and a (P)PMC member. I'm hoping that we get a chance to
>> practice this process soon enough.
>> [1]
>> [2]
>> BR,
>> Jukka Zitting

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