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From Jason Lenhart <>
Subject Re: Getting Started on the Console
Date Fri, 16 Dec 2005 16:31:22 GMT
This is great.  I will look to start filling in the
docs.  Put the new guy on the docs ;-D

In the meantime I am here in a tea bar and my buddy
should be here shortly - we were going to review how
we could help.  I am wondering if there is a list of
portlets that need to be worked on ... saw the wiki. 
But I do not want to assume anything - someone might
be working on something. 

I have some general questions as well - I am setting
up my dev env.  I will finish up my build and see if I
can my intellij up and going.  I guess my concern is
that I do not see a geronimo plugin or svn plugin ...
so I am doing everything at the command line.... I
know there is a better way.



--- Paul McMahan <> wrote:

> On 12/16/05, Joe Bohn <>
> wrote:
> >
> >
> > So I would recommend either filling in some of the
> missing functionality
> > or working to clean-up what is already there to
> follow better portlet
> > programming practices and utilize/create clean
> management interface.
> > There's also plenty of bugs to fix.
> Hi Jason, glad to see you're ready and willing to
> get involved!  As Joe said
> there are a number of areas in the console that
> could use some help.  You
> can view the list of known console issues by
> selecting the "console"
> component on this page:
> Also if you are handy with technical writing then I
> would like to suggest
> that you review/enhance the help content shown in
> the console portlets
> (available from the "help" link in the top right
> corner of the porlet) and
> also review/enhance the online documentation at:
> Best wishes,
> Paul

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