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From "Youngjin Park (youngjpa)" <>
Subject RE: Etch contribution
Date Wed, 19 Aug 2009 00:10:29 GMT
Hi Scott,

I tried to assign a task regarding C-binding but it didn't work. Can you
help me assign to me?



-----Original Message-----
From: Youngjin Park (youngjpa) 
Sent: Saturday, August 15, 2009 3:23 AM
To: scott comer;
Subject: RE: Etch contribution

Hi Scott,


I am looking through the page below. I will contact you when I am ready.






From: scott comer [] 
Sent: Wednesday, May 27, 2009 9:29 AM
To: Youngjin Park (youngjpa);
Subject: Re: Etch contribution


there's lots to work on. right now i'm trying to pump out the release
1.1, our first official release. there
are three open tasks for this release. if you want to get started, it
would be one of those.

start here:

check out trunk and get a build going:

the directions in BUILD.txt should be enough. if not, that's a good
place to start!

once your build works (ant clean; ant debug), then go here:

click on version 1.1 (center). pick an unassigned task and assign it to
yourself. edit the listed files, fix the copy right notice to look
like those of a similar kind somewhere else. i'm on IM,, ask if you need help.

when all these tasks are done, we'll roll another release and run rat
again. once the release is done, then there a long list of 1.2 tasks to
work on.

scott out

Youngjin Park (youngjpa) wrote: 

Hi Scott,
Is there any fun part I can contribute to in Etch? :-) I know that other
folks completed great things already. I believe that Etch has been so
much matured since I looked into it last year.
-----Original Message-----
From: Scott Comer [] 
Sent: Wednesday, May 27, 2009 8:22 AM
To: Youngjin Park (youngjpa)
Subject: Re: Etch contribution
hi youngjin, what's up?
scott out
On May 22, 2009, at 2:34 PM, Youngjin Park (youngjpa) wrote:

	I would  like to start contributing to Etch as a contributor. Do
	know if I am fine with doing that as a Cisco employee in the
	I  believe that it may be possible as any employees in Etch  
	perspective, but do you think that I need to get my current  
	employee's permission or not matter?
	Thank you.



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