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Subject [Myfaces Wiki] Trivial Update of "New Committers" by MikeKienenberger
Date Wed, 23 Nov 2005 21:05:40 GMT
Dear Wiki user,

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The following page has been changed by MikeKienenberger:
http://wiki.apache.org/myfaces/New_Committers

The comment on the change is:
Grammar, mostly

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  = New Committers =
  
- Congratulations you have reached committer status. 
+ Congratulations!  You have reached committer status. 
  This page will help you to get up and started.
  
  Once the Apache Software foundation has granted you committer status, you should have gotten
a mail similar 
- to following excerpt:
+ to following message:
  
  {{{
  Dear Max Committer,
@@ -54, +54 @@

  
  The Apache Software Foundation
  }}}
- This means, that you have access to the apache infrastructure
+ This means that you have access to the apache infrastructure
- and to the apache cvs and ssh servers, you now can login
+ and to the apache cvs and ssh servers.  You now can login
- into the respective servers via ssh and you should change
+ into the respective servers via ssh.  You should change
  your password as soon as possible.
  
  For those unfamiliar with unix, the "passwd" command does the trick.
  
- You cannot checkin however until the respective project
+ You cannot check-in code until the respective project
- maintainers/committees have granted you write acces, which
+ maintainers/committees have granted you write access, which
- should happen very quickly after you have gotten this email.
+ should happen soon after you have gotten the above email.
  
+ However, as of Nov 23rd, 2005, the above information is not fully correct.
+ You will not have write access (or developer read access) to the SVN infrastructure until
you have manually set your SVN password on the SVN server.
  
+ '''You must log into svn.apache.org and execute the "svnpasswd" command to create or change
your SVN password.'''
- However at the time of writing, this info is not fully correct,
- you still will not have write access to the SVN infrastructure, even 
- if your project has granted you write access.
- You have to manually set your passwort to the SVN server via a command
- line shellscript in svn.apache.org
  
+ Afterwards, full write access to your respective project should be enabled. If things still
fail, contact your respective project maintainers/committees.
- the shellscript is called via following command "svnpasswd".
- 
- After that full write access to your respective project should be enabled,
- if things still fail contact your respective project maintainers/committees.
  
  == Useful links ==
   *[http://www.apache.org/dev/ Developers Link]

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