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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Spamassassin Wiki] Update of "BecomingCommitter" by SidneyMarkowitz
Date Sat, 22 Apr 2017 00:30:06 GMT
Dear Wiki user,

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The "BecomingCommitter" page has been changed by SidneyMarkowitz:
https://wiki.apache.org/spamassassin/BecomingCommitter?action=diff&rev1=19&rev2=20

Comment:
Clarify the vote waiting period and add link to email templates

  
  = Things you should do when you become a committer =
  
- This page describes stuff you'd want to do when you become elected a committer -- in other
words, when you're given write access to the SpamAssassin codebase.  As described at ProjectRoles,
the SpamAssassin project has 3 levels of involvement -- the same as many Apache Software Foundation
(ASF) projects.  
+ This page describes stuff you'd want to do when you become elected a committer -- in other
words, when you're given write access to the SpamAssassin codebase.  As described at ProjectRoles,
the SpamAssassin project has 3 levels of involvement -- the same as many Apache Software Foundation
(ASF) projects.
  
  == You must have a CLA on File ==
  
@@ -20, +20 @@

    $ passwd
  }}}
  
- And enter your desired password twice to set it.  If you have difficulties logging in with
SSH for the first time, make sure you use a keyboard interactive password method. 
+ And enter your desired password twice to set it.  If you have difficulties logging in with
SSH for the first time, make sure you use a keyboard interactive password method.
  
  To set your SVN password visit https://svn.apache.org/change-password , and provide your
username and generated password to log in.
  
@@ -47, +47 @@

  
  The first time a file is checked in using {{{svn commit}}}, you will be prompted for your
username and password.  This will then be cached for all further commits.
  
- One of your first commits can be to check the spelling of your name and add a wishlist to
the CREDITS file.  
+ One of your first commits can be to check the spelling of your name and add a wishlist to
the CREDITS file.
  
  The first time you commit something your commit message needs to be moderated through, so
don't be surprised if it doesn't show up for awhile.
  
@@ -78, +78 @@

  
  Rules placed in this directory will then be tested with the nightly mass check once commited
to the SVN repository.  NOTE: the rulesrc is external to the repository so you must commit
changes here seperately, i.e. {{{cd /trunk/rulesrc/sandbox/; svn commit -m 'spammers beware!
new rules are on the prowl'}}}
  
- You can review the results of the Nightly Mass Check at http://ruleqa.spamassassin.org/

+ You can review the results of the Nightly Mass Check at http://ruleqa.spamassassin.org/
  
  == Misc ==
  
@@ -90, +90 @@

  
  = Things the PMC need to do on your behalf =
  
- First, propose a vote to add the person as a committer on the '''private -at- spamassassin.apache.org'''
list.  Usually the subject is '''[VOTE] Name''', btw.  You need 3 +1s, allow 72 hours, and
your own vote counts as one +1.
+ First, propose a vote to add the person as a committer on the '''private -at- spamassassin.apache.org'''
list.  Usually the subject is '''[VOTE] Name''', btw.  You need 3 +1s. Allow 72 hours to ensure
everyone has time to see the call for votes and respond. Your own vote counts as one +1.
+ 
+ Templates for the emails calling for a vote and announcing the results of the vote can be
found at [[https://community.apache.org/newcommitter.html#email-templates|Email Templates]].
Use the templates to facilitate automated processing in creating the new committer account.
  
  Upon a successful vote, send an invite to the person (text below).  If the invitation is
accepted, grant the person's Bugzilla account with the 'EditBugs', 'HasCla', and 'Security'
group permissions.  This is done by [[http://issues.apache.org/SpamAssassin/editusers.cgi|following
the "Users" link in Bugzilla]], specifying the account by email address, clicking on the correct
username, scrolling to "Group Access" and ticking the appropriate checkboxes.
  
  Then, ask infra to set up an apache.org account: http://www.apache.org/dev/pmc.html#newcommitter
.  The UNIX group to request is "spamassassin".
  
- Once they do this, they'll mail the private list with a mail from root/at/apache noting
"Account created: Name (username)".  
+ Once they do this, they'll mail the private list with a mail from root/at/apache noting
"Account created: Name (username)".
  
  The PMC chair then needs to follow the instructions at http://www.apache.org/dev/pmc.html#SVNaccess
to give the new committer r/w access to the SVN repositories.
  

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