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From Nick Tsitlakidis <ni...@perfectedz.com>
Subject Re: interested in contributing to Apache Flex
Date Sun, 20 Jan 2013 21:33:30 GMT
The way I see it you need to find the part of the project that makes you
feel happy to work on. It could be anything because there are many exciting
things going on at the moment. You could start messing with new cutting
edge stuff and help with them or you can find an existing bug and try to
fix it.
Since you're not commiters you will have to get familiar with how patches
and the bug tracker (JIRA) work. Once you find something to work on and you
have created something you need to show to others, you can create a patch
and submit it to a specific issue that either you or someone else has

Hopefully one of the commiters will review your patch and tell you if there
is something you should change in it.

That's the process of contributing without many details. The list is
super-busy and I'm sure that if you have more specific questions there will
be someone to help with them.

On Sun, Jan 20, 2013 at 10:53 PM, Kevin George <kevin-george@hotmail.com>wrote:

> I too have added myself on this list 2 days back and watching every mail
> trying to get an idea of what is happening. The recent mail thread from
> Michael explained a lot on the FalconJX project.
> Hoping to jump onto the bandwagon soon.
> P.S I come with a 3 year experience in the Flex 3.x. Recently moved to 4.x
> Sent from Windows 8 Mail
> From: Prashant Pandey
> Sent: 21 January 2013 01:33
> To: dev@flex.apache.org
> Subject: interested in contributing to Apache Flex
> Hi,
> I am an undergrad student having good Java and Algorithmic skills. I wish
> to contribute to an open source organization and the project Apache Flex
> appeals to me very much.
> Henceforth I am keenly interested in contributing something productive and
> fruitful to this project. Since I am new to open source, can someone help
> me out, how to start with the project so that I can do something
> beneficial.
> Thanks and Regards
> Prashant Pandey

Nick Tsitlakidis,

CEO and Software Architect at Perfect Edge LTD.

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