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From Min Cha <minslo...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Robust-Task introduction
Date Mon, 23 Mar 2009 03:00:40 GMT
Hi, Christian.
Thanks for you opinion, advice and interest.

>>>>> At least you'll have to invest some time. If you start you better take
a long breath and learn to be patient :-)

Yes, I see. However, I am concerned about it.

>>>>> The API you proposed itself looks interesting - can you explain the
main differences to chain?

There are some differences. I explained it on a previous mail. Maybe, you
can see the differences through the mail. In addition to it, I have a plan
to write a document which shows differences to chain.

If you have more questions about Robust-Task, please reply to me.
Thanks.

On Sun, Mar 22, 2009 at 6:07 PM, Christian Grobmeier <grobmeier@gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi,
>
> > however, I am worrying about I don`t have 'commit authority' when
> > it goes to sandbox.
> > So, I`d like to know how to obtain 'commit authority' when it goes to
> > sandbox. Is it possible?
>
> here are two interesting links for you:
>
> http://www.apache.org/foundation/getinvolved.html
> http://commons.apache.org/volunteering.html
>
> From my own experience, people at commons are very nice and help
> quickly with applying patches. But getting commit access is a time
> consuming task, esspecially if you work for sandbox components. You
> better start with proper components where most comitters have much
> attention, grow into the community and then work at sandbox
> components. Sandbox stuff draw not too much attention from the
> comitters, this is the problem for contributors. For example, i
> started to contribute to compress (which was a sandbox component till
> friday) before years and I am still a contributer. Well, fun counts
> and you should not set the comitter acess as your main goal, but the
> success and elegance of the API you work on.
>
> At least you'll have to invest some time. If you start you better take
> a long breath and learn to be patient :-)
>
> The API you proposed itself looks interesting - can you explain the
> main differences to chain?
>
> Best regards + good luck,
> Christian
>
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