[adopt-a-jsr] Re: JSR-335 (Richard Warburton)
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- Subject: [adopt-a-jsr] Re: JSR-335 (Richard Warburton)
- Date: Sat, 3 Nov 2012 14:44:10 +0000
Many thanks for your mail. There's a lot to think about. My mum is visiting
for a week so I'm somewhat busy at the moment... Will have a think about how
I can help and send you more questions next week.
On 1 Nov 2012, at 08:40, Richard Warburton
>> Hi Richard,
>> I’m interested in joining the JSR-335 project. I sent Martijn a quick mail
>> on the
>> and he told me to pop a note on
>> this list to get things started.
>> Look forward to hearing from you.
> Hey Jeremy,
> I don't know where you want to start really, or how far through you
> are with comprehending all the JSR details. There's quite a few
> adopt-a-jsr activities to be done.
> 1. Download the binary drops or source code and play around to find
> more bugs in their implementation and api usability problems in their
> specification. This probably requires you to build the openjdk, or
> read some spec documents.
> 2. Publicly talking about the JSR and raising awareness is really
> needed. Perhaps doing a talk on it at an LJC event, or writing a blog
> post for the official LJC blog would be good. (I'm assuming you're
> London based from the first email - apologies if that's a mistake but
> you can just apply the same idea to your local user group)
> 3. I've run a couple of hackdays on JSR 335. Are you interested in
> helping out in organising a future one? Have you attended one in the
> past? There's so many names and faces on the day that I rarely know
> all the people who attend.
> I don't know if you're interested in any of these things personally,
> or if you have something else you'd like to work on. I'm happy to
> collaborate either way and its always great to have more adopters