Things you should do if you are a Clojure Contrib committer:
- maintain your library and respond to questions/issues that arise
- do your work on the master branch, or (if you are working on a significant chunk you want to keep temporarily separate) on a feature-specific branch that you create yourself.
- coordinate with other committers before making changes to their libraries
- accept contributions from others only if they have signed the CA (see http://clojure.org/contributing for the list) and if they submit a patch.
Things to avoid:
- please do not push to the release branches (names like 1.2.x). The Clojure/core team uses these to make the official, tested release.
- do not take non-contributor patches
- please do not take pull requests from contributors. Patches only. Yes, it is inconvenient. Sorry.