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<span id="Admiral">'''* Admiral'''</span>
Only after you've held the rank of Fighter Soldier for a variable time (which can be very long), you've submitted many patches of suitable quality, a Yoda in place allows you to make GIT commits extended for cause of any patch.
You have become an '''Admiral''' of the Dolibarr alliance.
This title can't be requested. It is obtained by a decision or proposal of a '''Jedi''' or '''Yoda''' who believes that you have submitted enough patches to be a serious '''Admiral'''.
An '''Admiral''' GIT access, however, must be used to commit translations or bug fixes that are reported on bug tracker ({{TemplateURLBugs}}) or forum (such as personal fixes or fixes submitted by a '''FighterSoldier''').So all GIT commits you do must necessarily include in the description (the commit log field), the issue of bug corrected or the title of the forum message indicating the problem. Only a translation escapes this constraint (no restrictions for translations). Failure to observe this constraint may lead to downgrade to the rank of '''FighterSoldier'''.
For submission of new features, an Admiral must necessarily proceed on the principle of patches sent to the ML.
Obtaining the rank of Admiral is as rare as limited. Dolibarr quality can not be achieved without a limited number of Admirals, but this is still compatible with having a very high number of developers ('''FightersSoldiers'''), contributing through patches.
A list of Dolibarr contributors with this grade is available on page [[:Category:Admiral]]
This privilege is exceptional. Dolibarr quality can not be achieved
without a limited number of '''Jedi''', but this is not compatible with a high number developers ('''FightersSoldiers''') contributing with patches.
A list of Dolibarr contributors with this grade is available on page [[:Category:Jedi]]

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