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From "Bruno P. Kinoshita" <brunodepau...@yahoo.com.br>
Subject Re: [jelly] Working on some old issues
Date Sun, 10 May 2015 09:48:01 GMT
Hi Paul
> if I remember well how the patches of Kohsuke landed, I remember I was
unable to apply them because they seemed to be breaking some of the
"standard command-line jelly". I think I remember that a pluggeable
context was discussed but, maybe, was not developed.
Any kind of background on old issues is welcome! Before I start to work on any issue, 
I'll triage old issues, try to find some low hanging fruits, and then will start a one or
two dayresearch on the mailing list to see if I can learn as much as possible before coding.
>I have not been able to save cycles to address more issues of Jelly and
I know of some other folks, fellows in research in learning technology,
that were, looking forward to getting more releases of jelly at the time
I met them.

I will work a little bit every weekend on triage issues, but will have a one or two week cyclein
the middle of June and in July (lovely weather for coding; cold, cloudy, and raining a lot
:)

>Hope it helps.
>I am happy to help you if I can towards making it better.

It definitely helps. Very happy for having someone I can ask questions about some old issuesin
[jelly] :)
ThanksBruno

 
      From: Paul Libbrecht <paul@hoplahup.net>
 To: Commons Developers List <dev@commons.apache.org> 
 Sent: Sunday, May 3, 2015 8:33 AM
 Subject: Re: [jelly] Working on some old issues
   



On 1/05/15 10:22, Bruno P. Kinoshita wrote:
> Since I joined Commons I've had a special interest in [jelly] due to its importance in
the Jenkins project. 
>
> Jenkins uses a patched version of [jelly]. Kohsuke, creator of Jenkins, is/was a Commons
committer too, and submitted some issues. I intend to investigate if that'd be doable fix
the issues to a point that Jenkins can drop the patched version, and [jelly] can be updated
and released again. 

Hello Bruno,

if I remember well how the patches of Kohsuke landed, I remember I was
unable to apply them because they seemed to be breaking some of the
"standard command-line jelly". I think I remember that a pluggeable
context was discussed but, maybe, was not developed.

Thus, I can only encourage you to go ahead. I think it would be nice to
have both worlds working well with a single code base.

I have not been able to save cycles to address more issues of Jelly and
I know of some other folks, fellows in research in learning technology,
that were, looking forward to getting more releases of jelly at the time
I met them.

Hope it helps.
I am happy to help you if I can towards making it better.

paul



   
 
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