Become A PMC member of Apache StreamPark
Anyone being supportive of the community and working in any of the CoPDoC areas can become an Apache StreamPark PMC member. The CoPDoC is an acronym from ASF to describe how we recognize your contributions not only by code.
- Community - You can join us via our mailing list, issue trackers, discussions page to interact with community members, and share vision and knowledge
- Project - a clear vision and consensus are needed
- Documentation - without it, the stuff remains only in the minds of the authors
- Code - discussion goes nowhere without code
Apache StreamPark community strives to be meritocratic. Thus, once someone has contributed sufficiently to any area of CoPDoC they can be a candidate for PMC membership and at last voted in as a StreamPark PMC member. Being an Apache StreamPark PMC member does not necessarily mean you must commit code with your commit privilege to the codebase; it means you are committed to the StreamPark project and are productively contributing to our community's success.
PMC member requirements:
There are no strict rules for becoming a committer or PPMC member. Candidates for new PMC member are typically people that are active contributors and community members. Anyway, if the rules can be clarified a little bit, it can somehow clear the doubts in the minds of contributors and make the community more transparent, reasonable, and fair.
PMC member candidates should have a decent amount of continuous engagements and contributions (fixing bugs, adding new features, writing documentation, maintaining issues boards, code review, or answering community questions) to StreamPark either by contributing to the codebase of the main website or StreamPark's GitHub repositories.
- +5 months with light activity and engagement.
- +4 months of medium activity and engagement.
- +3 month with solid activity and engagement.
Quality of contributions
- A solid general understanding of the project
- Well tested, well-designed, following Apache StreamPark coding standards, and simple patches.
- Well-organized and detailed user-oriented documentation.
- Be active, courteous, and respectful on the dev mailing list and help mentor newer contributors and users.
- Be active, courteous, and respectful on the issue tracker for project maintenance
- Be active, courteous, and respectful for pull requests reviewing
- Be involved in the design road map discussions with a professional and diplomatic approach even if there is a disagreement
- Promoting the project by writing articles or holding events