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[wtp-pmc] PMC approval needed for committer vote for Cameron Bateman

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Cameron Bateman was nominated by Raghunathan Srinivasan as follows:
I am pleased to nominate Cameron Bateman as a committer on the JSF Tools

Cameron was a commiter on the JSF Tools project from 2006 to 2011. After a
break of an year, he has returned and has been an active contributor to the
JSF Tool project. Cameron has made significant contributions to every
aspect of the project. He most recently worked on adding support for
tooling JSF 2.0 Facelets. His other major contributions include the support
for Expression language in JSF. Cameron has also been instrumental in
improving the performance of the frameworks in the JSF Tools Project and
resolving many of the deadlock issues.
Please cast your votes using the Eclipse portal.

Key Bugs fixed by Cameron:

380457 	3.4.0 RC2 	Hotspot in MetaDataEnabledFeatureRegistry
377405 	3.4.0 RC1 	[hotbug] FaceletHTMLValidator is slow on some files
314176 	3.2 RC3 	Deadlock can occur between JSPModelProcessor and tag
registry via MD framework
255987 	3.0.4 	Deadlock caused by JSPModelProcessor
306453 	3.2 M7 	[JSF 2.0] Enhance Tag registry to support composite
component libraries
306426 	3.2 M7 	[JSF 2.0] Support for Resource Loading facility
299784 	3.2 M7 	[JSF2.0] -- Contribute ContentModel for "in project"
composite components
299782 	3.2 M7 	[JSF2.0] -- Contribute ContentModel for JSF2 component
299781 	3.2 M7 	[JSF2.0] -- Contribute ContentModel for standard JSF2
251798 	3.2 M7 	[JSF2.0] Move Facelet support into JSF Core for 2.0 support

Vote summary: 4/0/0 with 0 not voting 
  +1  Gerry Kessler
  +1  Carlin Rogers
  +1  Raghunathan Srinivasan
  +1  Ian Trimble

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