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New Committer Process

Apache New Committer Guideline

The process of new Committer

  • Call a vote in mailing private@hertzbeat.apache.org

    see Committer Vote Template

  • Close the vote

    see Close Vote Template

  • If the result is positive, invite the new committer

    see Committer Invite Template

  • If accepted, then: Accept the committer

    see Committer Accept Template

  • New Committer sign CLA and wait for CLA is recorded

  • Request creation of the committer account

    see Committer Account Creation

    • Wait until root says it is done
    • Roster add the new committer
  • Announce the new committer

    see Announce New Committer Template

Template

Note that, there are three placeholder in template should be replaced before using

  • NEW_COMMITTER_NAME
  • NEW_COMMITTER_EMAIL
  • NEW_COMMITTER_APACHE_NAME

Committer Vote Template

To: private@hertzbeat.apache.org
Subject: [VOTE] New committer: ${NEW_COMMITTER_NAME}
Hi HertzBeat PPMC,

This is a formal vote about inviting ${NEW_COMMITTER_NAME} as our community new committer.

Work list: https://github.com/apache/hertzbeat/commits?author=${NEW_COMMITTER_NAME}

Here is the list of ${NEW_COMMITTER_NAME}'s contributions in HertzBeat Community:

> [27 commits](https://github.com/apache/hertzbeat/commits?author=xxx)
>
> 7,495 ++ 627 --

Submitted PR (27 commits)
- [ISSUE #4534] [feature] add new feature in hertzbeat #3445
- xxx

Submitted Issues (18 commits)

- [bug] find some bugs in hertzbeat nodes #6565
- xxx

Please vote:

+1: I support this proposal and will welcome ${NEW_COMMITTER_NAME} as a committer.
+0: I don't care.
-1: I object to this proposal and here are my reasons.

This vote will be open for at least 7 days.

Best Wishes,
ttt

Note that, Voting ends one week from today, i.e. midnight UTC on YYYY-MM-DD
Apache Voting Guidelines

Close Vote Template

To: private@hertzbeat.apache.org
Subject: [RESULT] [VOTE] New committer: ${NEW_COMMITTER_NAME}
Hi HertzBeat PPMC,

The vote has now closed. The results are:

Binding Votes:

+1 [TOTAL BINDING +1 VOTES]
0 [TOTAL BINDING +0/-0 VOTES]
-1 [TOTAL BINDING -1 VOTES]

The vote is ***successful/not successful***

Committer Invite Template

To: ${NEW_COMMITTER_EMAIL}
Cc: private@hertzbeat.apache.org
Subject: Invitation to become HertzBeat committer: ${NEW_COMMITTER_NAME}
Hello ${NEW_COMMITTER_NAME},

The HertzBeat Project Management Committee (PMC)
hereby offers you committer privileges to the project.
These privileges are offered on the understanding that
you'll use them reasonably and with common sense.
We like to work on trust rather than unnecessary constraints.

Being a committer enables you to more easily make
changes without needing to go through the patch
submission process.

Being a committer does not require you to
participate any more than you already do. It does
tend to make one even more committed. You will
probably find that you spend more time here.

Of course, you can decline and instead remain as a
contributor, participating as you do now.

A. This personal invitation is a chance for you to
accept or decline in private. Either way, please
let us know in reply to the private@hertzbeat.apache.org
address only.

B. If you accept, the next step is to register an iCLA:
1. Details of the iCLA and the forms are found
through this link: https://www.apache.org/licenses/#clas

2. Instructions for its completion and return to
the Secretary of the ASF are found at
https://www.apache.org/licenses/#submitting

3. When you transmit the completed iCLA, request
to notify the Apache HertzBeat and choose a
unique Apache ID. Look to see if your preferred
ID is already taken at
https://people.apache.org/committer-index.html
This will allow the Secretary to notify the PMC
when your iCLA has been recorded.

When recording of your iCLA is noted, you will
receive a follow-up message with the next steps for
establishing you as a committer.

Committer Accept Template

To: ${NEW_COMMITTER_EMAIL}
Cc: private@hertzbeat.apache.org
Subject: Re: invitation to become HertzBeat committer
Welcome. Here are the next steps in becoming a project committer. After that
we will make an announcement to the dev@hertzbeat.apache.org list.

You need to send a Contributor License Agreement to the ASF.
Normally you would send an Individual CLA. If you also make
contributions done in work time or using work resources,
see the Corporate CLA. Ask us if you have any issues.
https://www.apache.org/licenses/#clas.

You need to choose a preferred ASF user name and alternatives.
In order to ensure it is available you can view a list of taken IDs at
https://people.apache.org/committer-index.html

Please notify us when you have submitted the CLA and by what means
you did so. This will enable us to monitor its progress.

We will arrange for your Apache user account when the CLA has
been recorded.

After that is done, please make followup replies to the dev@hertzbeat.apache.org list.
We generally discuss everything there and keep the
private@hertzbeat.apache.org list for occasional matters which must be private.

The developer section of the website describes roles within the ASF and provides other
resources:
https://www.apache.org/foundation/how-it-works.html
https://www.apache.org/dev/

The incubator also has some useful information for new committers
in incubating projects:
https://incubator.apache.org/guides/committer.html
https://incubator.apache.org/guides/ppmc.html

Just as before you became a committer, participation in any ASF community
requires adherence to the ASF Code of Conduct:
https://www.apache.org/foundation/policies/conduct.html

Yours,
The Apache HertzBeat PPMC

Announce New Committer Template

To: dev@hertzbeat.apache.org, ${NEW_COMMITTER_EMAIL}
Subject: [ANNOUNCE] New committer: ${NEW_COMMITTER_NAME}
Hello Community,

The Podling Project Management Committee (PPMC) for Apache HertzBeat (incubating)
has invited ${NEW_COMMITTER_NAME} to become a committer and we are pleased to
announce that he has accepted.

${NEW_COMMITTER_NAME} is active in the Apache HertzBeat community, hope to see your
further interactions with the community!
Thanks for your contributions.

Best Wishes!