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From "John D. Ament" <>
Subject Re: How to add a committer that is not incubator.
Date Tue, 24 Feb 2015 11:19:42 GMT
On Tue Feb 24 2015 at 3:36:50 AM jan i <> wrote:

> Hi.
> Maybe a stupid question, but I cannot find the answer.
> If we want to add a existing committer (one with an apache ID) to our
> project as PPMC and committer, we of course have the normal vote.

I'm assuming that the vote was forwarded to the private list of the IPMC at
some point and you waited the standard 72 hours?

> If that person is not a committer of Incubator, do we then need to do
> something additional to get the person added to incubator, like call a vote
> in IPMC ?

Tamaya added one recently.  Other than forwarding the vote, we simply added
him to the incubator group.  No other vote, as the IPMC had clearance that
the change was happening.  As you may recall, we had a discussion a couple
months back about common auth for the incubator, implying everyone has the
same level of access to all podlings.

> I ask because, I know by experience (I was IPMC but not
> incubator-committer) that you need to be incubator-committer to use the GIT
> repo.
> thanks in advance for a short answer.
> rgds
> jan i.


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