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On 9/7/05, Petteri Räty wrote:
> Yes we always need more man power. Do you happen to be a j2ee developer?
> It would be great to have someone who actively uses things like Tomcat
> maintaining/helping in maintaining them.
Yes, we're J2EE and use Tomcat and lots of other technologies, most of
which I think Gentoo supports, including Maven, AspectJ, Hibernate,
Apache Commons.*, Velocity, Eclipse, and more. I'd be happy to help
out with Tomcat.
> You can work on everything you like of course. Of course if you don't
> want to waste your efforts on something that someone else is already
> working on, I recommend joining #gentoo-java on Freenode. That is where
> you can find most of the people active in the Java development of Gentoo.
Great, I'll check it out.
> Feel free to ask anything in #gentoo-java. And as a first tip towards
> becoming better in fixing, I will recommend to attach to patches against
> current ebuilds in the tree because that way developers can easily spot
> your changes and give the apropriate feedback.
Do you have any patch creation guidelines? Couldn't find that info on
> Also take a look at:
> We have a couple of active users committing ebuilds to the experimental
> tree. So you can avoid duplicate work by first checking if the solution
> is already in experimental. From experimental we developers then move
> stuff to the official tree.
Ah, thanks, hadn't found that yet.
> Petteri Räty (Betelgeuse)
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