|Public Name||Apache ID||Github ID|
|Willem Ning Jiang||ningjiang||WillemJiang|
Anyone being supportive of the community and working in any of the CoPDoC areas can become an Apache Kyuubi committer. The CoPDoC is an acronym from ASF to describe how we recognize your contributions not only by code.
Apache Kyuubi community strives to be meritocratic. Thus, once someone has contributed sufficiently to any area of CoPDoC they can be a candidate for committer-ship and at last voted in as a Kyuubi committer. Being an Apache Kyuubi committer does not necessarily mean you must commit code with your commit privilege to the codebase; it means you are committed to the Kyuubi project and are productively contributing to our community’s success.
There are no strict rules for becoming a committer or PMC member. Candidates for new committers 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.
Committer 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 Kyuubi either by contributing to the codebase of the main website or Kyuubi’s GitHub repositories.