Project Management Committee
Sedona has received numerous help from the community. This page lists the contributors and committers of Apache Sedona. People on this page are ordered by their last name.
A contributor who contributes enough code to Sedona will be promoted to a committer. A committer has the write access to Sedona main repository
Project Management Committee (PMC)¶
A committer will be promoted to a PMC member when the community thinks he/she is able to be in charge at least a major component of this project.
Current Sedona PMC members are as follows:
|Name||GitHub ID||Apache ID|
Become a committer¶
To get started contributing to Sedona, learn how to contribute – anyone can submit patches, documentation and examples to the project.
The PMC regularly adds new committers from the active contributors, based on their contributions to Sedona. The qualifications for new committers include:
- Sustained contributions to Spark: Committers should have a history of major contributions to Sedona.
- Quality of contributions: Committers more than any other community member should submit simple, well-tested, and well-designed patches. In addition, they should show sufficient expertise to be able to review patches.
- Community involvement: Committers should have a constructive and friendly attitude in all community interactions. They should also be active on the dev mailing list & Gitter, and help mentor newer contributors and users.
The PMC also adds new PMC members. PMC members are expected to carry out PMC responsibilities as described in Apache Guidance, including helping vote on releases, enforce Apache project trademarks, take responsibility for legal and license issues, and ensure the project follows Apache project mechanics. The PMC periodically adds committers to the PMC who have shown they understand and can help with these activities.
Currently, Sedona makes committers PMC members automatically.
Nominate a committer or PMC member¶
Steps are as follows: 1. Call a vote (templates/committerVote.txt) 2. Close the vote. If the result is positive, invite the new committer.
Call for a vote¶
We do the vote and discussion on the email@example.com to enable a frank discussion.
Let the Vote thread run for one week. A positive result is achieved by Consensus Approval: at least 3 +1 votes and no vetoes.
PMC vote template
This is the email to commence a vote for a new PMC candidate. New PMC members need to be voted for by the existing PMC members and subsequently approved by the Board.
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: [VOTE] New PMC candidate: [New PMC NAME] [ add the reasons behind your nomination here ] Voting ends one week from today, or until at least 3 +1 votes are cast.
Close a vote¶
This email ends the vote and reports the result to the project.
To: email@example.com Subject: [VOTE][RESULT] New PMC candidate: [New PMC NAME] The vote has now closed: [paste the vote thread on https://firstname.lastname@example.org]. 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***
Send a notice to ASF Board¶
The nominating PMC member should send a message to the ASF Board (email@example.com) with a reference to the vote result in the following form:
To: board at apache.org CC: private at sedona.apache.org Subject: [NOTICE] New PMC NAME for Apache Sedona PMC Body: New PMC NAME has been voted as a new member of the Apache Sedona PMC. the vote thread is at: *link to the vote result thread*
Send the invitation¶
To: New PMC Email address CC: firstname.lastname@example.org Hello [New PMC NAME], The Sedona Project Management Committee (PMC) hereby offers you committer privileges to the project [as well as membership in the PMC]. 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 PMC member enables you to guide the direction of the project. 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 email@example.com 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 Sedona project 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.
PMC Accept and ICLA instruction¶
To: New PMC Email address Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: invitation to become Apache Sedona PMC Welcome. Here are the next steps in becoming a project committer. After that we will make an announcement to the email@example.com 1. 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. 2. After that is done, please use your ASF email to subscribe to the firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. We generally discuss everything on the dev list and keep the firstname.lastname@example.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/ 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 Sedona PMC
Create ASF account¶
Once the ICLA has been filed, use the ASF New Account Request form to generate the request. Sedona mentors will request the account.
Once Sedona graduates, the PMC chair will make the request.
Add to the system¶
Once the new PMC subscribes to the Sedona mailing lists using his/her ASF account, one of the PMC needs to add the new PMC to the Whimsy system (https://whimsy.apache.org/roster/pmc/sedona).
This is the email to announce the new committer to sedona-dev once the account has been created.
To: email@example.com Subject: new committer: ###New PMC NAME The Project Management Committee (PMC) for Apache Sedona has invited New PMC NAME to become a committer and we are pleased to announce that they have accepted. ### add specific details here ### Being a committer enables easier contribution to the project since there is no need to go via the patch submission process. This should enable better productivity. A PMC member helps manage and guide the direction of the project.
Committer Done Template¶
After the committer account is established.
To: New PMC Email CC: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: account request: New PMC NAME New PMC NAME, as you know, the ASF Infrastructure has set up your committer account with the username '####'. You have commit access to specific sections of the ASF repository, as follows: https://github.com/apache/sedona You need to link your ASF Account with your GitHub account. Here are the steps 1. Verify you have a Github ID enabled with 2FA * https://help.github.com/articles/securing-your-account-with-two-factor-authentication-2fa/ 2. Enter your Github ID into your Apache ID profile https://id.apache.org/ 3. Merge your Apache and GitHub accounts using * GitBox (Apache Account Linking utility) https://gitbox.apache.org/setup/ * You should see 3 green checks in GitBox. * Wait at least 30 minutes for an email inviting you to Apache GitHub Organization and accept invitation 4. After accepting the Github Invitation verify that you are a member of the team https://github.com/orgs/apache/teams/sedona-committers Optionally, if you want, please follow the instructions to set up your GitHub, SSH, svn password, svn configuration, email forwarding, etc. https://www.apache.org/dev/#committers Additionally, if you have been elected to the Sedona Project Mgmt. Committee (PMC): Verify you are part of the LDAP sedona pmc https://whimsy.apache.org/roster/pmc/sedona