I took care of the necessary steps. You are now no longer committer
nor PMC member of Apache Jackrabbit. I also updated the team page 
and moved your name to "Emeritus and former members. Note that you
might have to unsubscribe from jackrabbit-private@ yourself as I'm not
sure whether Whimsy took care of this.
On 27 February 2018 at 19:40, Roy T. Fielding <field...@gbiv.com> wrote:
> Yes, I prefer to keep that Committer = PMC to the extent that it is possible,
> so please remove my commit bit as well.
> We have a longstanding tradition for HTTP Server that any of the emeritus
> folks are welcome to come back at any time in the future. I expect that will
> be the case for Jackrabbit as well.
> I think of the PMC as the folks actively watching over the project, which I
> just don’t have the bandwidth to do right now. If it were only a temporary
> leave, I wouldn’t bother to change my status, but I plan to spend the next
> few years a little closer to the operating system and network protocols.
>> On Feb 27, 2018, at 1:58 AM, Michael Dürig <mdue...@apache.org> wrote:
>> Hi Roy,
>> Let me thank you for all the hard work you put into Jackrabbit and its
>> related projects! While it is sad to see long time members go, I'm sure we
>> are still going to see you around with all your involvement in the ASF. I
>> certainly hope to continue receiving guidance from your side if necessary.
>> Your voice will always be heard in this PMC.
>> So far we had the (unwritten and implicit rule) to make all our committers
>> PMC members and vice versa. Before I move forward, could you let me know
>> whether you also resign from being a committer? There is no pressure in
>> doing so, but I would like to notify the PMC in case we deviate from a long
>> standing habit.
>>> On 23.02.18 23:15, Roy T. Fielding wrote:
>>> It's been a long time since I made any significant contributions to these
>>> projects and
>>> I find myself unable to keep up with the email load. So, I am finally
>>> removing myself
>>> from the lists. I'll still be around, if needed, but please remove me from
>>> the official
>>> PMC memberships.
>>> Cheers, and thanks for all the +1s