|Re: [ee4j-community] Committers don't have to contribute code|
Wayne,They don't, but if an organization wants to show up under https://projects.
eclipse.org/projects/ee4jnext to Oracle, Red Hat or IBM, they probably might like to ;-)Similar stats for MicroProfile: https:// projects.eclipse.org/projects/show, that between 25 and 40% (not sure, if the "microprofile-genie" bot is included in the 40.5% "Contributor" or 5% "Unaffiliated") are committers and contributors who don't work for a big company. technology.microprofile/whoWould it be possible to filter those bots out also from the individual diagram?Those of us with long JCP background know, JUGs were not allowed to contribute directly to a JSR while it could join the EC. Is that similar here, meaning, all bigger JUGs like SouJava or LJC could buy with a Strategic Membership is a few extra seats in various working groups and boards or similar bodies, or could such a Strategic Member also have committers on their behalf and would therefore show up under "Active Member Companies" assuming their members are active of course?Thanks,Werner
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