|Re: [eclipse-pmc] contributed keyword|
How about partial committers? If committer only have partial commit rights on some project modules. Does his patches to other modules gets "contributed" keyword?
regards, Eugene Jerome Lanneluc wrote:
Now that we know what a non-committer is, can we define what a contribution is ? Does it include: 1. a change to a SDK project ? Obviously yes :-) 2. a change to a doc project ? In the last arch call, we said yes as well 3. a change to a test project ? I would say yes, but what do you think ? 4. a change to a web project ? I'm not sure about this one, What do you think ? 5. a change to a non-SDK project (e.g. the releng projects are not included in the SDK) ? I would say yes, but what do you think ? Or should we say that any change committed to the CVS repository related the Eclipse Project is a contribution ? JeromeDaniel Megert <daniel_megert@ch .ibm.com> To Sent by: eclipse-pmc@xxxxxxxxxxx eclipse-pmc-bounc cc es@xxxxxxxxxxx eclipse-pmc@xxxxxxxxxxx, eclipse-pmc-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx Subject 06/07/2007 10:47 Re: [eclipse-pmc] contributed AM keyword Please respond to eclipse-pmc@eclip se.orgGood, this means that inactive commiters don't get the 'contributed' keyword as they are still single person commiters on that project. Dani Philippe P Mulet <philippe_mulet@f r.ibm.com> To Sent by: eclipse-pmc@xxxxxxxxxxx eclipse-pmc-bounc cc es@xxxxxxxxxxx Subject Re: [eclipse-pmc] contributed 07.06.2007 10:45 keyword Please respond to eclipse-pmc@eclip se.org Who they work for is irrelevant. The important question is: "Were they committers to the Eclipse SDK project when they contributed the patch ?" If answer is no, then use the "contributed" keyword. Daniel Megert <daniel_megert@ch .ibm.com> To Sent by: eclipse-pmc@xxxxxxxxxxx eclipse-pmc-bounc cc es@xxxxxxxxxxx Subject [eclipse-pmc] contributed keyword 07/06/2007 09:27 Please respond to eclipse-pmc@eclip se.org Just wanted to get clarification about committers that no longer actively work on the Eclipse Project. I heard different opinions about that issue during the call e.g. non-active committers should also get the 'contributed' keyword. However, such committers that no longer work for us, signed the single person committer agreement and they are still registered as committers and as far as I know they also have the corresponding permission on the server and bugzilla. Can you please clarify. Thanks Dani
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