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From Eduardo Piva <efp...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Learning
Date Wed, 30 Jun 2004 17:54:38 GMT
Hi Koby,

I'm also new here and I'm trying to figure out how to learn about the
project, like you. I'll try to write some spring test aplications to
integrate with geronimo. I think that this is a good way to learn
things, testing others code. Eventualy you'll find some bug, and will
have to learn some part of geronimo to fix (or try to fix) it.

Another thing I've noticed is that the project has some sort of TODO
list. I don't know how complicated are the tasks in this TODO list,
but you can try to pick some task from there.
(http://nagoya.apache.org/jira/secure/BrowseProject.jspa?id=10220)

By the way, if the tasks in this TODO list are just too complicate for
someone who is starting to understanding Geronimo's code, here is one
suggestion: Add "silly" things to the TODO list, so new people can
start to code and learn from not-so-complex parts of the project.

That's my two cents...

Eduardo.

On Wed, 30 Jun 2004 09:02:55 -0700, Koby Leung
<koby.leung@businessobjects.com> wrote:
> Hey all,
> 
>         Been a fly on the wall for awhile, and want to get my hands dirty.
> Besides cracking the code open and hacking away, what are the other ways I
> can learn about the project? I'm interested in getting an overview of the
> different peices, so I can pick one and dig into it.
> 
>         Any thoughts?
> 
> Thanks!
> 
> Koby
> 


-- 
Eduardo Fernandes Piva
efpiva@gmail.com

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