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From Shane Curcuru <a...@shanecurcuru.org>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] Apache NetBeans Incubator Proposal
Date Sun, 25 Sep 2016 01:47:07 GMT
toki wrote on 9/24/16 8:04 PM:
> On 22/09/2016 05:18, Roman Shaposhnik wrote:
>> had a non-trivial amount of commits to then Sun NetBeans between 2002-2008. He then
drifted away from the
>> project but would be interested, potentially, re-engaging.
> 
> Is it possible to create a "master list' of everybody who has
> contributed, when they contributed, and roughly how much they contributed?
> 
> If so, then:
> * send everybody on that list an ICLA to fill out and return;
> * Include that list as an appendix to the Incubation Paperwork. Call it
> _Individuals who, on request will be considered to be part of the
> Initial Committer List_, once the appropriate paperwork has been signed
> and submitted;
> * The _Initial Committer List_ consists of people who have signed and
> submitted the appropriate paperwork, and requested to be on the list;

My advice is to leave the initial committer list as-is, and then wait to
see who actually shows up to do work on the project during the
incubation process.

Part of what the IPMC looks for during incubation is can the podling
community self-govern, a large part of which is voting in new committers
in an appropriate fashion.

Separately, when a podling is ready to graduate, and the IPMC votes to
recommend graduation to the board, the actual committer and PMC lists
for the top level project sometimes change versus the whole committer
list during incubation.  People who never show up to actually work on
the podling probably should not be left on the committer list for the
future top level project.

- Shane


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