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Re: [mylyn-pmc] committers on top-level project

I spoke with Sharon. We'll move Mik over asap. Once he has committer access, he can start the nominations. Normally when we do a move, we just move all the existing committers. I assumed that we really don't want to do this, but should instead be selective about who gets commit rights on the top-level.

Given the current workload on EMO-IP-Team, we're more likely to get moving quickly if we run elections. I'll separately get Webmaster to fix up the 'active' dates on the committer records so that we don't screw up Dash statistics gathering

I've opened Bug 332075 to track this and another other provisioning tasks we need to undertake.


On 12/07/2010 02:24 PM, Wayne Beaton wrote:
Well rats. I guess that the EDP does say that only committers can nominate new committers. FWIW, it's considered okay to have a PL who is not a committer.

Looks like we have a bit of a chicken-and-egg problem here. I'll work out what we have to do.


On 12/07/2010 02:22 PM, Steffen Pingel wrote:
On Tue, Dec 7, 2010 at 7:49 AM, Wayne Beaton<wayne@xxxxxxxxxxx>  wrote:
I've set Mik as the PL for the top level project; he should be able to
access the metadata/etc.
Mik should be able to nominate folks right now. The effect should be instant for the first nominee, and the voting should be relatively quick for the rest if we all remain responsive. Note that Mik will have to be explicitly
nominated despite already being the PL.
Is that change already active? Mik said he didn't see an option to
nominate and the portal does not list any project leads for mylyn: .

On this note, should project leads generally also have committer
status? Looking at mylyn.versions [1] this is the case for me but on
the other I am not listed as a committer on mylyn.tasks [2].



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