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From Henry Martinez <>
Subject Re: Commons Convert
Date Mon, 14 Mar 2016 17:48:49 GMT
Disconnect everything you guys have under this email I never subscribe to
you guys or you or anything but wife hacked Or was using my email. Thanks I
dnt want to be receiving emails or anything else from Apache I dnt even
know what is that

On Wednesday, March 2, 2016, Ross Gardler <>

> I'm not familiar with this specific library but in all likelihood it has
> halted because it worked well enough for those originally working on it. If
> you have your own needs and want to add more functionality just go ahead
> and do it. Then submit a patch to the project for inclusion (
> If you get a few patches
> included you will likely be invited to become a committer, at which point
> you will have write access - how long this takes depends on the quality of
> your patches and the way you interact with the rest of the community.
> It would also be a good idea to engage on the mailing list, just as you
> have here, expressing your intentions (
> - this gives you some
> visibility in the community and helps to ensure someone addresses your
> patches.
> Ross
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Arun Iyer [ <javascript:;>]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 2, 2016 7:57 AM
> To: <javascript:;>
> Subject: Commons Convert
> Hey,
> I am a Java developer and I was looking at the availability of a type
> conversion library, which I have a use for in of my projects. I came across
> the Commons Convert page and it seemed like the library might suit my
> requirements based on the sample provided. But, I also discovered later
> that the project is still in Sandbox and it was left midway through its
> completion.
> I searched about the project online and could not find any information as
> to why it had been halted. I also browsed through the source code and saw
> how much of the project had been built.
> If there are no current plans for the project to be continued, then I
> would like to know if I can take some initiative on my part to help it
> start again.
> I apologise if this is not the correct mail address to send this message
> to.
> Thanks,
> Arun Iyer

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