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From Richard Hirsch <>
Subject Re: Offer my services
Date Thu, 02 Jul 2009 04:01:12 GMT
The JMX interface sounds like a good place to start and will give you
a chance to play with the code. It also something which is important
for success in the Enterprise arena. Once we have an initial version
of the code deployed on stax (in the cloud), I'll try and use an
off-the-shelf tool to access it.

I like your suggestions as well about possible stats.

Sorry about the vague JIRA items, I'll work on that.

If you want I could add an JIRA item to finish the java wrapper for
the REST-API which is still unfinished. This would also give you a
chance to test ESME's functionality and get familiar with it. While
you are working on that we will work on making the Scala-based JIRA
items more concrete.

Thanks for getting involved.


ue Jira On Thu, Jul 2, 2009 at 2:29 AM, Andy the
destroyer<> wrote:
> Darren,
> 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..
> Attributes
> # messages sent
> # groups
> uptime
> # messages sent last X minutes ( or other metric for general load )
> # users total
> # users logged in
> Operations
> # messages sent by group / tag etc.
> # messages sent my user
> # follows by user
> reset
> 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.
> -Andy
> 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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