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Re: [polarsys-infra] Need some help to start working with eclipse infrastructure

Thank you Wayne. That’s clear. It is not different.




De : polarsys-infra-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:polarsys-infra-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] De la part de Wayne Beaton
Envoyé : lundi 16 janvier 2012 17:27
À : polarsys-infra@xxxxxxxxxxx
Objet : Re: [polarsys-infra] Need some help to start working with eclipse infrastructure


The Eclipse Development Process requires that a election occur to make somebody into a committer.

An election starts with a nomination, which must include a short bit of text describing the merit demonstrated by the candidate (normally citing one or more bugs that the candidate has contributed to). All existing committers are asked to vote in the election which runs for a minimum of five business days (or until all existing committers have voted). Successful elections must be approved by the PMC before our legal team obtains and validates legal paperwork and the committer is provisioned into the system.

Developers listed in a new project proposal are automatically converted into committers when the project is created.

Will this need to be different for PolarSys?


On 01/16/2012 10:58 AM, Denis Roy wrote:

On 01/16/2012 09:44 AM, LANGLOIS Benoit wrote:

Hi everyone,

My position is that a list of committers must be managed by someone from the Polarsys team.

This is our position as well.



For instance, for checking the IWG subscription rights.
At the Eclipse, the EMO checks that someone can be a committer. It's the same here with additional IWG conditions.


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De : polarsys-infra-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:polarsys-infra-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] De la part de Denis Roy
Envoyé : lundi 16 janvier 2012 15:25
À : polarsys-infra@xxxxxxxxxxx
Objet : Re: [polarsys-infra] Need some help to start working with eclipse infrastructure

Hi Cedrik,

Thank you for your email.  The Polarsys infrastructure is not completely set
up yet, so at this time adding committers and projects must be done manually
by an administrator.  Once Polarsys is running, account creation and project
management facilities will be available.

The SCM installed on Polarsys is Git.  You can browse the test projects here:

When Polarsys is fully operational we'll post infrastructure updates on this




Hello everybody

I want to add some material to the polarsys infrastructure repository
and to test some features :

Shall I get a commiter ??
How to add the Geneauto project ?
Will I have to add it ?

The SCM : is it Git or SVN ? What is the link to the repository ? Do I
have the acces rights to do it ?


To make short, now that I know where to go, I would like to know how to
go in the frame of OPEES/Polarsys..

Thank you for your support
Best regards
Cedric Gava

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Wayne Beaton
The Eclipse Foundation
Twitter: @waynebeaton

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