Chris, The document (template) was just a guide and not everything in it is necessary to make a good nomination. Just having links to accepted PRs and optionally pointers to any additional supporting material is all that is needed. We can simplify the template if that serves to make this easy. The general requirements are outlined in the wiki.
Thanks Madan On Fri, Aug 11, 2017 at 11:20 AM, Chris Olivier <cjolivie...@gmail.com> wrote: > My $0.02: > > I think it's neat to have a nice doc with summaries and whatnot. > > That being said, I am not sure that I would want to do something different > from all of the other Apache projects. Apache has shown that their method > is successful. > > I worry in this case that the focus may, for some, become how pretty (or > even possibly misleading) the document is, rather than actually clicking > and inspecting the work done. I know that someone pointed out that it is > too tedious to click the links, but isn't the work what this is all about? > > Some people have great talents for writing these sorts of documents -- I > don't know that this means they are a good contributor or not. > > In addition, since this is a global initiative, some worthy contributors > may struggle with English... > > > > -Chris > > > On Fri, Aug 11, 2017 at 11:03 AM, Madan Jampani <madan.jamp...@gmail.com> > wrote: > > > All, I captured the comments and general feedback that emerged from this > > discussion into a set of guidelines for when someone can become a > committer > > and what record of contributions they need to have to strengthen their > > case. It also has a link to a nomination template Tianqi created for a > > specific user (@eric-haibin-lin) as an example. > > > > Here is the wiki link: > > https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/MXNET/Becoming+a+Committer > > > > I'd request the members to review it and provide feedback so that we can > > settle on a set of formal guidelines. > > > > Madan. > > > > On Fri, Aug 11, 2017 at 5:43 AM, Isabel Drost-Fromm <isa...@apache.org> > > wrote: > > > > > On Thu, Aug 10, 2017 at 12:31:23PM -0700, Bhavin Thaker wrote: > > > > The criteria should look not only at Quantity but at the Quality of > > work > > > as > > > > well. > > > > > > Just as one additional data point: > > > > > > http://community.apache.org/newcommitter.html is the Apache Community > > > Development Project's guidelines. > > > > > > For other tasks than coding see also here: > > > http://community.apache.org/committers/#assisting-with- > > > project-management-and-marketing > > > > > > > > > https://community.apache.org/apache-way/apache-project- > > > maturity-model.html#community for more on > > > the maturity model's take on community. > > > > > > > > > One thing to keep in mind: All successful OSS projects I came across at > > > some > > > point had to deal with topics that were very far away from writing > actual > > > code. > > > In your committer guidelines you can make a conscious choice to > > explicitly > > > mention that those tasks will be rewarded as well - which in turn might > > > lead to > > > people who won't necessarily contribute code (either due to legal > > > constraints or > > > simply lack of interest or skills) to take these tasks up for you. > > > > > > I remember seeing discussions on whether to turn > non-coding-contributors > > > into > > > committers recently, but my search-foo has left me, I don't find the > > > thread in > > > question anymore :/ > > > > > > Isabel > > > > > > > > > > > > -- > > > Sorry for any typos: Mail was typed in vim, written in mutt, via ssh > > (most > > > likely involving some kind of mobile connection only.) > > > > > >