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Subject [Myfaces Wiki] Update of "New_Committers" by LeonardoUribe
Date Wed, 24 Aug 2011 02:43:36 GMT
Dear Wiki user,

You have subscribed to a wiki page or wiki category on "Myfaces Wiki" for change notification.

The "New_Committers" page has been changed by LeonardoUribe:

- = New Committers =
+ See the updated page on 
+ []
- 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 message:
- {{{
- Dear Max Committer,
- We're glad to tell you that your account has been created and is now
- available for use. Your login details are:
-   username: maxcom
-   password: reuhgw342434
- This will grant you access to
- Obviously, we'd request that you change the password as soon as you
- login the first time! Even better would be to change your password and
- then upload your SSH keys to the server so that you then won't need a
- password at all.
- Please note that until the Project Management Committee responsible
- for the project to which you were given group membership actually grants
- you access to the relevant source code modules, you won't be able to
- commit anything. If you have problems committing, you need to email
- The ASF is a large community spread over a number of different
- technologies and programming languages, with access to a number of
- servers. The project that has requested your account is part of
- the ASF and your account is managed by the ASF infrastructure team.
- In the unlikely case of problems please send an email to
- outlining your problem.
- More information on the ASF can be found at <>
- and information of interest to developers can be found at
- <>.
- There exist several ASF wide mailing lists that may be of interest to
- you, in particular which is aimed at improving
- relations between the various projects and people within the ASF.
- Should you have any questions of a more general nature then please
- direct them initially to your project.
- We hope your time spent as a committer will be enjoyable,
- The Apache Software Foundation
- }}}
- This means that you have access to the apache infrastructure
- and to the apache cvs and ssh servers.  You now can login
- 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 check-in code until the respective project
- maintainers/committees have granted you write access, which
- 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 and execute the "svnpasswd" command to create or change
your SVN password.'''
- Afterwards, full write access to your respective project should be enabled. If things still
fail, contact your respective project maintainers/committees.
- == Useful links ==
-  *[[|Developers Link]]
-  *[[|detailed info]] on the svn access
-  *[[|subclipse]] Version control plugin for eclipse works on
any platform where eclipse works
-  *[[|tortoise]] Windows Explorer Plugin for eclipse
-  *[[|Subversion]] main page

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