There are two issues here:|
First, the easy issue: you not need to amend the Member Committer
Second, the more difficult issue: committer privileges are done by
voting of the existing committers and approval of the relevant PMC (in
your case, the Technology PMC). The charter states these things about
So just because you have new employees to contribute to a project does
not mean that should become committers (i.e., have then shown
"discipline and good judgment"?). And even if they should become
committers, they shouldn't become committers right away (i.e., have
they show "frequent and valuable contributions"?).
- Developers who give frequent and valuable contributions to a
or component of a Project (in the case of large Projects), can have
their status promoted to that of a "Committer" for that Project or
- Becoming a Committer is a privilege that is earned by
showing discipline and good judgment. It is a responsibility that
should be neither given nor taken lightly.
I checked the laszlo-dev@ mailing list and I don't see any
contirbutions by anyone, much less by anyone new. Your new developers
should start out by contributing, proving their 'programming chops' and
then be put forward by their peers.
Amy Muntz wrote:
Laszlo Systems is an Add-In Provider member and involved heavily in
the IDEforLaszlo project, a Technology Project. We would like to
allocate more employees to the effort and need to get them committer
I will have each person fill out: http://www.eclipse.org/legal/
But, do we also need to amend our Member Committer Agreement? Can we
just send a revised list of employees?
Thanks in advance,