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From Ian Holsman <>
Subject Re: Time to move to (ASF-sanctioned) git?
Date Sun, 28 Jun 2009 10:15:48 GMT
Hi Todd.
I don't think thats the case. at least it wasn't a couple of years ago  
when I regularly committed code into httpd, and we don't follow that  
process on the hama podling.

you may want to ping general@incubator, but I think it's fine. the  
other mentors who follow this list may want to chip in here if they  
think otherwise.

remeber.. you still need the committers to vote on changing the  
policy, but I think it's ok to do from a ASF standpoint.

On 28/06/2009, at 7:48 PM, Todd Lipcon wrote:

> On Sun, Jun 28, 2009 at 7:30 AM, Ian Holsman <> wrote:
>> On 27/06/2009, at 1:05 AM, Eric Evans wrote:
>>> Ok, this raises a question for me. Assuming that we were to  
>>> develop an
>>> RTC work-flow that included Git for version control and Gerrit for  
>>> code
>>> review, would there still be a requirement to attach patches to  
>>> the Jira
>>> issue?
>> comitters have signed a CLA already, and that applies to anything  
>> they
>> check in.
>> so RTC or CTR doesn't really affect that. people who aren't  
>> comitters will
>> still have to submit JIRAs/whatever and check the button to get  
>> code into
>> the system. we could change the wording to say the patch/pointer to  
>> the
>> patch is CLA'd.
> You sure that's OK? We had this conversation about Thrift with some  
> of the
> Apache guys a while back, and at that point they said that, even if  
> you have
> a CLA on file, you still have to explicitly grant each change to the  
> ASF.
> Is this a policy change or is it just not well defined yet?
> -Todd

Ian Holsman

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