Permalink
Browse files

Removed references to partial commit acces.

  • Loading branch information...
aaugustin committed Jul 13, 2014
1 parent 5ad48a9 commit e9fde1c7ecc9c46ad2ae608a8718a1527b42a1ec
Showing with 4 additions and 18 deletions.
  1. +4 −18 docs/internals/contributing/committing-code.txt
@@ -10,24 +10,10 @@ community member who wants to contribute code to Django, have a look at
Commit access
-------------
-Django has two types of committers:
-
-Core committers
- These are people who have a long history of contributions to Django's
- codebase, a solid track record of being polite and helpful on the
- mailing lists, and a proven desire to dedicate serious time to Django's
- development. The bar is high for full commit access.
-
-Partial committers
- These are people who are "domain experts." They have direct check-in
- access to the subsystems that fall under their jurisdiction, and they're
- given a formal vote in questions that involve their subsystems. This type
- of access is likely to be given to someone who contributes a large
- sub-framework to Django and wants to continue to maintain it.
-
- Partial commit access is granted by the same process as full
- committers. However, the bar is set lower; proven expertise in the area
- in question is likely to be sufficient.
+Core developers are people who have a long history of contributions to
+Django's codebase, a solid track record of being polite and helpful on the
+mailing lists, and a proven desire to dedicate serious time to Django's
+development. The bar is high for full commit access.
Decisions on new committers will follow the process explained in
:ref:`how-we-make-decisions`. To request commit access, please contact an

0 comments on commit e9fde1c

Please sign in to comment.