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From Matt Cliff <cl...@cliffconsulting.com>
Subject Commons Math Contributions
Date Wed, 05 Nov 2003 15:08:30 GMT
  I recently download the math commons subproject and would like to help 
out.

  This is my first open source contribution effort and am looking forward 
to extending to other projects.   I have a background in Mathematics (MS 
and thesis work in Stochastic Analysis) and for the past several years 
worked as a project lead for a Java Company.


  Basically, 
   (1) What is the best way to contribute?   (submit patches to this 
mailing list or through the bug tracking system?)   Also,  will the bug 
tracking a new "Math" component to the Commons project?

   (2) What should I be working on?  (what do we need to do to get it to a 
1.0 release?)   I would be more comfortable doing some 'maintenance' type 
work intially,  downstream I can offer more substantitve math  (I had done 
a bunch of work with DASSL and DASPK and their applications to Stochastic 
differential equations).

   (3) Will there be a link on the 
http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/index.html page to the Math Compont page?

   (4) I added a quick type-o patch for the tasks.xml doc to see if it is 
the proper format.  (this is a cvs diff output)


  looking forward to helping out.

-- 
      Matt Cliff            
      Cliff Consulting
      303.757.4912
      720.280.6324 (c)


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