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From Yoseph Widjaya <yosep...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: what to do
Date Sun, 19 Jun 2005 10:30:20 GMT
Hi Dain

Many thanks For you guide

Yes. I probably starting deploying the normal
JSP/servlet well that the easiest one I presume :)
so yes, I'll build a sample application based on the
JSP/servlet and break them hopefully will be able to
help the development 

PS: hopefully usefull to geronimo --> me :)

many thanks for the reply

--- Dain Sundstrom <dain@iq80.com> wrote:

> On Jun 15, 2005, at 3:49 AM, Yoseph Widjaya wrote:
> 
> > Hi again
> >
> > I would like to build the core of geronimo
> actually.
> > Don't interested in any plugins or any external
> part
> > basically. But I really interested in building EJB
> > server, JSP/servlet, JMS, or probably JMX
> basically
> > core J2EE container
> 
> On Jun 15, 2005, at 8:25 PM, Yoseph Widjaya wrote:
> 
> > Yes I would like to contribute inside the spec
> > OpenEJB, JSP/Servlet,  probably web service as
> well
> 
> 
> One thing to keep in mind is that Geronimo is an
> assembly of many  
> open source projects inside and outside apache.  All
> of the projects  
> are made up of nice people that would welcome you
> help.  Here are  
> links to projects based on the areas you mention:
> 
> EJB server:  http://www.openejb.org
> JMS: http://www.activemq.org
> JMX: http://www.mx4j.org
> 
> JSP/servlet - we integrate two JSP/servlet
> solutions, Jetty and  
> Tomcat.  The integration code is in Geronimo and but
> bulk of the web  
> server code is in either of the projects.
>      Jetty:  http://jetty.mortbay.org/jetty/
>      Tomcat: http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/
> 
> Core J2EE container - I guess that would mainly be
> security,  
> transaction manager, connector architecture, and
> maybe the geronimo  
> component architecture.  All of those are stuff
> handled in the  
> Geronimo code base itself.
> 
> 
> I suggest you narrow your focus a bit.  The areas
> you listed  
> represent about 80% of the libraries included in
> geronimo, so it is  
> bit difficult to connect you with someone.  If there
> is one specific  
> area you are interest in, I suggest you contact that
> group on their  
> mailing list or if it is a Geronimo code base, tell
> us which one.
> 
> Now for how to get involved... I normally suggest
> that someone new to  
> the project, simply start by attempting to get an
> existing  
> application running on the server.  This will help
> you get a grasp  
> how Geronimo is structured and will help you quickly
> find out what is  
> broken :)  Once you find something that is broken,
> post a bug report,  
> ask about the bug on the dev list, and start working
> on a fix.  Once  
> you have fixed a couple of bugs, I'm sure you'll
> know exactly where  
> you want to be involved :)
> 
> For example, Jeff is actively looking for people to
> try to get  
> applications to run on our embedded Tomcat server. 
> I'm sure you will  
> find stuff there to help with.
> 
> -dain
> 


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