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From Ignasi Barrera <>
Subject Re: best development methodology for Apache git?
Date Tue, 04 Feb 2014 08:35:30 GMT
Hi Bertrand,

Actually that link is deprecated. We point all contributors/commiters to
the following guides:

We have a re-branding of the site in progress, and all these obsolete links
are being fixed and all documentation is being made more accessible.
We're working on it, our apologies for the confusion the old links may


On 4 February 2014 09:08, Bertrand Delacretaz <>wrote:

> On Tue, Feb 4, 2014 at 8:13 AM, Ignasi Barrera <> wrote:
> > ...Just wanted to clarify this, as I think this approach doesn't
> introduce
> > overhead to commiters/contributors and respects the ASF workflow...
> Thanks for this, IIUC this is described at
> which looks quite good to me, as you indicate having your canonical
> repository on Apache infrastructure and cutting releases from that is
> a requirement.
> There's two things that could be added IMO:
> 1) Apache accepts only voluntary contributions, your PMC needs to be
> able to demonstrate that every contribution is intentional. For this
> it might be good to have a phrase like "by creating a pull request
> against our github repository you indicate your willingness to
> contribute your code to Apache jclouds" on that page and/or in the
> top-level README files of your modules.
> 2) Contributors should be made aware of
> and
>, and the PMC should
> ask for an iCLA for "substantial contributions", whatever that means.
> is a reasonable way to
> explain that IMO, I'd just add a mention of the CCLA which Apache does
> not require but which people who are employees often need.
> -Bertrand
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