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This wiki page has the definition of ATC:

Active Technical Contributors ("ATC"), which are a subset of the Foundation Individual Members. Individual Members who committed a change to any of the official OpenStack projects (as defined above) over the last two 6-month release cycles are automatically considered ATC. Specific contributors who did not have a change recently accepted in one of the OpenStack projects but nevertheless feel their contribution to the OpenStack project is technical in nature (bug triagers, technical documentation writers...) can exceptionally apply for ATC either by sending an email to the TC chair or by being nominated by an existing ATC via email to the TC chair. Final approval on the exception is decided by the TC itself, and is valid one year (two elections).

ATC can participate to the elections of the Technical Committee members and are invited to participate to all project meetings, including the Design Summits.

This wiki page has the definition of ATC:

Active Technical Contributors ("ATC"), which are a subset of the Foundation Individual Members. Individual Members who committed a change to any of the official OpenStack projects (as defined above) over the last two 6-month release cycles are automatically considered ATC. Specific contributors who did not have a change recently accepted in one of the OpenStack projects but nevertheless feel their contribution to the OpenStack project is technical in nature (bug triagers, technical documentation writers...) can exceptionally apply for ATC either by sending an email to the TC chair or by being nominated by an existing ATC via email to the TC chair. Final approval on the exception is decided by the TC itself, and is valid one year (two elections).

ATC can participate to the elections of the Technical Committee members and are invited to participate to all project meetings, including the Design Summits.

In brief, if code you have authored was merged in any of the current or stable release, you're an ATC.

This wiki page has the definition of ATC:

Active Technical Contributors ("ATC"), which are a subset of the Foundation Individual Members. Individual Members who committed a change to any of the official OpenStack projects (as defined above) over the last two 6-month release cycles are automatically considered ATC. Specific contributors who did not have a change recently accepted in one of the OpenStack projects but nevertheless feel their contribution to the OpenStack project is technical in nature (bug triagers, technical documentation writers...) can exceptionally apply for ATC either by sending an email to the TC chair or by being nominated by an existing ATC via email to the TC chair. Final approval on the exception is decided by the TC itself, and is valid one year (two elections).

ATC can participate to the elections of the Technical Committee members and are invited to participate to all project meetings, including the Design Summits.

In brief, if code you have authored was merged in any of the current or stable OpenStack release, you're an ATC.

ATC. Only commits to the official OpenStack programs count to achieve ATC status.

This wiki page has the definition of ATC:

Active Technical Contributors ("ATC"), which are a subset of the Foundation Individual Members. Individual Members who committed a change to any of the official OpenStack projects (as defined above) over the last two 6-month release cycles are automatically considered ATC. Specific contributors who did not have a change recently accepted in one of the OpenStack projects but nevertheless feel their contribution to the OpenStack project is technical in nature (bug triagers, technical documentation writers...) can exceptionally apply for ATC either by sending an email to the TC chair or by being nominated by an existing ATC via email to the TC chair. Final approval on the exception is decided by the TC itself, and is valid one year (two elections).

ATC can participate to the elections of the Technical Committee members and are invited to participate to all project meetings, including the Design Summits.

In brief, if code you have authored was merged in any of the current or stable OpenStack release, you're an ATC. Only commits to the official OpenStack programs count to achieve ATC status.

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You can verify your most recent merged patch by querying OpenStack review system.

This wiki page has the definition of ATC:

Active Technical Contributors ("ATC"), which are a subset of the Foundation Individual Members. Individual Members who committed a change to any of the official OpenStack projects (as defined above) over the last two 6-month release cycles are automatically considered ATC. Specific contributors who did not have a change recently accepted in one of the OpenStack projects but nevertheless feel their contribution to the OpenStack project is technical in nature (bug triagers, technical documentation writers...) can exceptionally apply for ATC either by sending an email to the TC chair or by being nominated by an existing ATC via email to the TC chair. Final approval on the exception is decided by the TC itself, and is valid one year (two elections).

ATC can participate to the elections of the Technical Committee members and are invited to participate to all project meetings, including the Design Summits.members.

In brief, if code you have authored was merged in any of the current or stable OpenStack release, you're an ATC. Only commits to the official OpenStack programs count to achieve ATC status.

You can verify your most recent merged patch by querying OpenStack review system.

This wiki page has the definition of ATC:

Active Technical Contributors ("ATC"), which are a subset of the Foundation Individual Members. Individual Members who committed a change to any of the official OpenStack projects (as defined above) over the last two 6-month release cycles are automatically considered ATC. Specific contributors who did not have a change recently accepted in one of the OpenStack projects but nevertheless feel their contribution to the OpenStack project is technical in nature (bug triagers, technical documentation writers...) can exceptionally apply for ATC either by sending an email to the TC chair or by being nominated by an existing ATC via email to the TC chair. Final approval on the exception is decided by the TC itself, and is valid one year (two elections).

ATC can participate to the elections of the Technical Committee members.

In brief, if code (we treat documentation as code) you have authored was merged in any of the current or stable OpenStack release, you're an ATC. Only commits to the official OpenStack programs count to achieve ATC status.

You can verify your most recent merged patch by querying OpenStack review system.

This wiki page has the definition of ATC:

Active Technical Contributors ("ATC"), which are a subset of the Foundation Individual Members. Individual Members who committed a change to any of the official OpenStack projects (as defined above) over the last two 6-month release cycles are automatically considered ATC. Specific contributors who did not have a change recently accepted in one of the OpenStack projects but nevertheless feel their contribution to the OpenStack project is technical in nature (bug triagers, technical documentation writers...) can exceptionally apply for ATC either by sending an email to the TC chair or by being nominated by an existing ATC via email to the TC chair. Final approval on the exception is decided by the TC itself, and is valid one year (two elections).

ATC can participate to the elections of the Technical Committee members.

In brief, if code (we treat documentation as code) you have authored was merged in any of the current or stable OpenStack release, you're an ATC. Only commits to the official OpenStack programs count to achieve ATC status.

You can verify your most recent merged patch patches authored by you querying OpenStack review system.