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From Chesnay Schepler <ches...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Willing to contribute to Flink!
Date Thu, 01 Jun 2017 09:07:36 GMT

it's great that you want to contribute!

If you give me your JIRA user name i can give you contributor 
permissions, so you can assign issues to yourself.
Note that parts of JIRA are not /completely/ up to date (especially in 
the older parts); when you're unsure whether
the JIRA is still valid, or if it would take a lot of time to implement, 
it's generally a good idea to ask for someone's
input in the JIRA.


On 01.06.2017 01:55, Jin Chul Kim wrote:
> Hello all,
> I am very interesting in Flink framework, especially development. Since I
> joined a new company below, I have been fallen into OSS. I haven't taken a
> chance to contribute to OSS, but I am happy if I would take an opportunity
> to be a developer for Flicker.
> I read "How to contribute" section and here is my question.
> - May I take a "starter" issue? I found some unassigned issues on JIRA.
> AFAIK, I don't have a privilege to take it. If I interest in an issue, I
> just leave a comment on JIRA, taking a look at and push a commit on my
> forked repository. Please correct me if my understanding is wrong.
> Please read below if you are interested in my background.
> Currently I am working at SK telecom in Republic of Korea. In this company,
> I am a member of developers to build up real-time analyzing system for
> telco and 3rd party data. We are currently using Flink for the real-time
> processing.
> Before joining the company, I had been worked SAP Labs Korea for about ten
> years and I was one of core developers for SAP HANA in-memory data
> platform. In SAP, I contributed SQL/SQLScript compiler(i.e. parser to build
> AST, semantic checker, design of intermediate representation(IR), code
> generator for executable code), SQL plan cache, SQL query optimizer using
> cost-based/rule-based, query plan distribution on multi nodes and so on. I
> was struggling to resolve complexity problems such as finding performance
> bottleneck on distributed landscape, lots of major customers issues/bugs.
> Thanks!
> Best regards,
> Jinchul

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