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[dsdp-tm-dev] Welcome Xuan Chen as a new Committer

Hello Xuan,

Congratulations for being voted in as a new committer!
You should have received your login information,
as well as Repository information already.

Next step, I'm responsible for educating you on the Eclipse
IP/Legal process, as well as your duties as a committer. 
Through your work as a contributor for DSDP/TM I think you
learned much of this already. Still, please take some look at 
the document links I've provided at the bottom of this E-Mail.
This may seem a little process-heavy, but it's designed to
minimize conflict between companies and individuals working 
on shared open source code. 

If you have ANY questions, never hesitate to ask me,
or the DSDP PMC at mailto:dsdp-pmc@xxxxxxxxxxx --
we are here to help you!

So, here are the documents:

(1) The DSDP Charter
The DSDP charter at
governs how our project operates. For most of the stuff, it merely
references the Eclipse standard toplevel charter at
Please read at least the section about Committers there: voting,
taking part on the mailing list and the newsgroup.

(2) Committer Guidelines
You are now a committer, so just like DaveM or myself accepted
your contributions before you may now accept contributions from
others. Most of the process is documented for our project on
-- this is the essence in a short form of what the original 
documents are about. For your reference, you should have seen
the origininal documents at least once: the committer guidelines at tell us about the
IP due diligence process. This must be followed BEFORE any checkins
to CVS. We - as committers - are responsible for keeping the code base 
clean. This is very important. See also the Eclipse IP Legal poster 
for a graphical description of the process, at

(3) Eclipse Development Process
The Eclipse Development Process is more important to know for me
as a project lead, it specifies the phases of our project and 
deliverables such as a project plan, release review and others.
It's a long read but also interesting to look at once: gives all the background 
information for how we work.

I'm looking forward to good collaboration!


Martin Oberhuber
Wind River Systems, Inc.
Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member
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From: dsdp-tm-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:dsdp-tm-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of portal on behalf
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Sent: Wednesday, July 25, 2007 9:14 PM
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Subject: [dsdp-tm-dev] Welcome Xuan Chen as a new Committer Committers,
All the legal paperwork and webmaster provisioning is complete: Xuan
is a new full Committer on the project.

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