1. I believe that's it. Note that this is only necessary for release
2. There's no extra step here as far as I'm aware.
3. No one pushes directly to GitHub. GitHub is simply a mirror of the
official ASF repo. You can see more details here:
4. SVN is only used for the website and for publishing release artifacts.
All development happens via git.

Let me know if that answers your questions.

Michael Mior

2018-02-13 18:12 GMT-05:00 Edmon Begoli <ebeg...@gmail.com>:

> I have a question about the setup for committers:
> 1. Does this step of sending a key to a default GPG server sets up
> everything one needs on the Apache ID server, or is there another step that
> needs to be made:
> e.g.
> gpg --send-key B13131DE2
>  http://www.apache.org/dev/release-signing.html#keyserver-upload
> Is there something else needed?
> 2. Once the key is up, how is that propagated to the project? Adding
> fingerprint to the Apache ID profile?
> 3. What needs to happen to get committer's github handle added to Apache
> Calcite github?
> 4. How does all this get tied up with the Apache SVN for the project?

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