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EMO EMO <emo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> To:
James Kaufman <jhkauf@xxxxxxxxxx> Cc:
Ahmad Swaid <Ahmad.Swaid@xxxxxxxxxxx>,
Matthias.Filter@xxxxxxxxxxx, Stefan Edlund <sedlund@xxxxxxxxxx>,
Judy Douglas <judy.douglas07@xxxxxxxxx> Date:
02/01/2018 11:04 AM Subject:
Re: STEM Project
New Committer Nomination Sent by:
The Technology PMC has given their approval. I have inserted
Ahmad into the system.
Ahmad, you should receive instructions by email for next
steps. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
On Wed, Jan 17, 2018 at 1:37 PM, James Kaufman <jhkauf@xxxxxxxxxx>
wrote: Ahmad, Congratulations on your election to committer by the STEM community!
The Eclipse foundation will need you to fill out and return the Individual
Committer Agreement on that page. Also, you'll need to have your management at the BfR to fill out and submit
the Employer Consent Form on that page. On that same page you will find a number of links to Resources
for Committers Please be sure to review the Eclipse Committer Due Diligence guidelines
(link here). http://www.eclipse.org/legal/committerguidelines.php
Congratulations again! I look forward to your contributions to STEM!
Stefan Edlund and I would like to nominate our BfR
colleague Ahmad Swaid as a new committer on the Eclipse STEM project. Please
find a short bio below.
Ahmad Swaid is a software developer at the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR), Germany. He has ten years experience in software development.He studied Pharmacy at Aleppo University and is now a master's degree student of Bioinformatics at the Free University Berlin.
Ahmad is working with us to update the STEM build process to take advantage
of new e4 features in Eclipse. He has already identified and fixed several
important bugs and made several important contributions. A prototype cross
platform build on Oxygen is now being tested (and looks very promissing).
Please vote in this election by responding to stem-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx Indicate a supporting vote simply by writing +1in the body of the