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From Andy the destroyer <>
Subject Re: Offer my services
Date Thu, 02 Jul 2009 00:29:28 GMT

I have built the code from the trunk from subversion and got it running (
for the most part; getting a bunch of js exceptions). Anyways, I went
through the unassigned tasks on JIRA and found that most of them were vague
suggestions and did not give a clear starting point. That said I have worked
with JMX a good amount and could add a statistics MBean. What sort of stats
would your want. I was thinking..

# messages sent
# groups
# messages sent last X minutes ( or other metric for general load )
# users total
# users logged in

# messages sent by group / tag etc.
# messages sent my user
# follows by user

What do you think.  could also work on code documentation. I did notice an
unassigned ticket for that however usually need to work with the code for a
while to understand it in order to document it correctly.


On Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 2:20 PM, Andy the destroyer <> wrote:

> Hi Darren,
> I will have a go at it this weekend. Thanks for the response everyone.
> -Andy
> On Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 2:10 PM, Darren Hague <>wrote:
>> Hi Andrew,
>> Check out the source code, try building it, then have a look at the wiki
>> and the list of JIRA tickets. Find a JIRA you're comfortable in having a go
>> at, ask here if you have any questions or need any help, then submit a patch
>> with your code.
>> After a few patches (if you stick around that long ;-), we'll likely have
>> a vote and formally
>> welcome you as a committer to the project.
>> Welcome aboard!
>> All the best,
>> Darren
>> Andy the destroyer wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>> My name is Andrew Headrick. I am an experienced Java developer and am
>>> learning Scala but have no professional experience with it yet. I would
>>> like
>>> to contribute to this project in anyway I can that involves code so I may
>>> gain more experience and help the community. I can give references if
>>> they
>>> are needed and a detailed list of technologies and languages I have
>>> worked
>>> with.
>>> Regards,
>>> Andrew Headrick

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