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From Daniel Ascher <>
Subject Re: Congratulations on your new role as PMC at Apache OpenMeetings
Date Wed, 22 Jan 2014 20:47:03 GMT
How do I sign up for the @dev and @private lists? Or is this done



On Wed, Jan 22, 2014 at 12:57 AM, <> wrote:

> Hi Daniel,
> in recognition of your contributions to Apache OpenMeetings, the
> OpenMeetings PMC has voted you into the project managment committee / made
> you a committer and PMC.
> We hope you continue to add value to our project as you did before and the
> new role will help you to even advance further.
> Next steps:
> We are awaiting the secretary to add your ICLA to the list, so I can apply
> for your Apache Id. Please drop me a short nore with your desired Apache
> ID. I need that information to submit the account form for you.
> Once I can submit the form, the account creation usually happens quite
> immediate.
> There are a number of useful links to look at. What I think is a really
> nice ressource that wraps it up is:
> You do not have to do all of those steps. However the more you do the more
> you can do later as a PMC.
> For instance the PGP keys are required if you create release packages. You
> only create release packages if the project nominates you as a release
> manager. Other then that it might be sufficient to get starts to import the
> PGP keys of others, so you can control/verify that our release packages are
> correctly signed by the release manager.
> There is of course also plenty of documentation beyond that:
> And don't miss to sign up for the @dev and @private list.
> @dev list is where we vote for releases
> @private list is where we vote for new PMCs
> If you have any further questions please let us know,
> Thanks,
> Sebastian
> --
> Sebastian Wagner

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