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From Wes McKinney <...@cloudera.com>
Subject Re: Contribution etiquette?
Date Wed, 16 Mar 2016 22:08:21 GMT
hi Micah,

welcome!

There is no set process for assigning the JIRAs.

1) If you want to do something (or already did something) with no
JIRA, feel free to open one and self-assign
2) If there is an unassigned JIRA, feel free to claim it
3) If you wish to work on an assigned JIRA that someone else has
claimed but you are unsure of its status, feel free to ping on JIRA to
ask for the status

Once you complete a JIRA, open a PR on GitHub prefixed with
"ARROW-XYZ: ..." -- I will be happy to review your code there (we have
not set up any other code review tools) if C++/Python-related.

Cleaning up the build scripts with more helpful error messages and
better portability across platforms would be very helpful for
everyone.

best,
Wes

On Wed, Mar 16, 2016 at 2:26 PM, Micah Kornfield <emkornfield@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Arrow-dev,
> What is the preferred workflow for contributing to the project?
>
> Based on my experience setting up the project on a fresh vangrant image I
> made some small tweaks to the shell scripts to better inform developers of
> problems in there environment setup (
> https://github.com/emkornfield/arrow/commit/252afcc86e7e87341dc6f9663eacc5bb3bb2da30
> I believe this might conflict with an open pull request to get the dev
> environment working on zsh).  I don't know if this is useful but if it is,
> do I ask that a JIRA be opened and then submit a pull request?  Or just
> submit a pull request directly?
>
> Also, how are unassigned open JIRAs being coordinated?  I was thinking I
> could knock of a few of the other third-party cpp build related items.  But
> I am also interested in tackling some of the direct development ones, once
> I get more up to speed on the code base.
>
> Thanks,
> Micah

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