[Jakarta-commons Wiki] Update of "JakartaCommonsEtiquette" by MartinCooper

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[Jakarta-commons Wiki] Update of "JakartaCommonsEtiquette" by MartinCooper

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The following page has been changed by MartinCooper:
http://wiki.apache.org/jakarta-commons/JakartaCommonsEtiquette

The comment on the change is:
The Commons Sandbox is open to any ASF committer, not just Jakarta committers.

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  The sandbox is a space provided by Jakarta for the development of experimental code by existing committers. It is divided into components.
 
- Any Jakarta committer (not just commons committers) has the right ask for karma (commit access) and have it granted. The right place to ask is on the commons-dev mailing list.
+ Any ASF committer (not just Jakarta Commons committers) has the right ask for karma (commit access) and have it granted. The right place to ask is on the commons-dev mailing list.
 
  Components cannot be released from the sandbox. This means no binaries posted anywere on the apache site as "0.x" releases, as this implies that Apache supports the released code. Users of sandbox code are expected to extract the latest source from the source code repository and build the code themselves.
 
- Commit access to the sandbox is unfortunately '''not''' available to people who are not existing Jakarta committers, no matter how good their idea. Such projects are generally encouraged to start somewhere like sourceforge.net. Once a solid community has been established and existing projects are using the component, it may be possible to integrate the project direct into commons if the project developers feel that is appropriate, and the commons community feels the component is a good fit with commons goals.
+ Commit access to the sandbox is unfortunately '''not''' available to people who are not existing ASF committers, no matter how good their idea. Such projects are generally encouraged to start somewhere like sourceforge.net. Once a solid community has been established and existing projects are using the component, it may be possible to integrate the project direct into commons if the project developers feel that is appropriate, and the commons community feels the component is a good fit with commons goals.
 
  = Sandbox Etiquette =
 

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