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From Harish Krishnaswamy <hkrishnasw...@comcast.net>
Subject Re: vote for me
Date Thu, 21 Aug 2003 14:58:53 GMT
I was going to ask, but you beat me and answered it. I am sure there are 
a lot of people, including me, that would love to join this team. I have 
done various things to prove my interest in this project except taking 
the "right first step"! I have been an active participant in the mailing 
lists since the early days of Tapestry's Jakarta incarnation. I have 
provided a patch to the Script framework, and I have privately written a 
document on Tapestry that is awaiting Howard's approval. I think 
Tapestry is going to be the future of Java web development and I would 
like to help make it happen faster. So please nominate me as a Tapestry 


Howard M. Lewis Ship wrote:

>The more the merrier.  I also liked the "goodbye Struts!" posting :-).  Let's see if there's
>interest for someone else to nominate you.
>In all fairness, we've said (and Apache guidelines state) that the real process for becoming
>committer is to become a "presence" in the community, supply docs and patches, and work
your way in.
>The Apache process has treated Tapestry quite well on many levels, I don't want to subvert
it, or
>give the impression of subverting it. 
>BTW ... to the many lurkers; Erik has the right first step here ... if you want to become
>committer, the first step is announce that your're interested.
>Howard M. Lewis Ship
>Creator, Tapestry: Java Web Components
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Erik Hatcher [mailto:lists@ehatchersolutions.com] 
>>Sent: Wednesday, August 20, 2003 9:25 AM
>>To: tapestry-dev@jakarta.apache.org
>>Subject: vote for me
>>No, not for governor of California!
>>But as a tapestry committer :)
>>I'm digging through the source code and have found some JavaDoc 
>>corrections.  Rather than creating a patch and Bugzilla 
>>issue, it'd be 
>>easier for me to commit it myself.  Why make a newbie a committer?  
>>Well, I'm an ASF Member, Ant, Lucene (& Sandbox) committer, 
>>and well, I 
>>promise not to screw it up.  For the time being I'll just fix 
>>documentation issues.  Any coding changes I'll run by the dev list 
>>(except, I might get crazy and put curly brackets around all one-line 
>>if statement blocks :).
>>+1 - you know ya wanna!
>>	Erik
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