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From Kevan Miller <kevan.mil...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Geronimo ORB progress
Date Thu, 17 Nov 2005 22:32:07 GMT
On 11/17/05, Dain Sundstrom <dain@iq80.com> wrote:
>
> +1 Using JIRA for tracking progress of the ORB would be great.
>
> We already have a CORBA component, so I suggest you create an "Add an
> ORB implementation" issue that can be the parent of all the tasks.
> Also make sure that you assign it to at least version 1.1 (assuming
> the plan is to have the orb finished for 1.1).
>
> Lars if you give me you jira id, I can add you as a geronimo
> committer, so you can assign issues to yourself.


Umm, that would be "contributor"? ;-)

--kevan

-dain
>
> On Nov 17, 2005, at 2:06 PM, Lars K├╝hne wrote:
>
> > Anders Hessellund Jensen wrote:
> >
> >>> Just to give you some direct guidance, you probably should have
> >>> shot an email out to the group saying "what do you guys do for
> >>> testing when more than one VM is involved" or "we have this idea
> >>> for testing in more than one VM, what do you think?"
> >>
> >>
> >> You are right, and I apologise. Open source development is new to
> >> us, and we need to get used to communicating more verbosely by
> >> email so we don't reinvent the wheel, or work in different
> >> directions, and generally keeps everyone informed on the progress
> >> of the project.
> >>
> >> I will be busy elsewhere for the rest of the week, but I will have
> >> a close look at the itest plugin when I get back.
> >>
> >> Kresten currently works full time on the ORB implementation and a
> >> lot of progress is being made here.
> >
> >
> > Kresten, what exactly are you working on? I have some code locally
> > that implements simple things like ORB.list_initial_services,
> > string_to_object, etc. I plan to finish this up this weekend and
> > send a patch.
> >
> > Writing an ORB is not my day job, so I only have a few hours per
> > week and I'd like to avoid duplicate work. If you Trifork guys
> > could send short announcements like "we'll start working on xyz
> > now" that would be cool. Maybe this could also be done via JIRA,
> > create issues and assign them to yourself when you start working on
> > them - this will give external contributors like myself a better
> > view what's planned and where help is most useful.
> >
> > Lars
>
>

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