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From Tsuyoshi Ozawa <oz...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Which newbie Jira's need work?
Date Wed, 22 Apr 2015 08:16:50 GMT
Hi Darrell,

Thank you for having interest for contributions to Hadoop project!

> * How do I know if a newbie Jira is even still valid?

Please ping committers whether the issue is valid when the issue looks
to have been resolved already.

> * Does anybody have any suggestions for a suitable newbie ticket to pick up?

One suggestion from me is to use JQL on JIRA to find issues for newbie.
If you run following query, you will find fresh and open issues.

project = "Hadoop Common" and labels = "newbie" and status = open
ORDER BY updatedDate

Also I think one good starting point is to fix documentation, typos in
code, trivial changes, or something.

Thanks,
- Tsuyoshi


On Wed, Apr 22, 2015 at 4:47 PM, Darrell Taylor
<darrell.taylor@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> First off I've submitted a patch for HADOOP-11813 as a starter for 10, this
> was an easy change and starts to get me familiar with where things are.
>
> Now I've been looking through the newbie Jira's to see what else I can do
> to help, but I'm struggling to see the wood for the trees, which I suspect
> is down to my lack of knowledge around how things hang together.
>
> I figured I'd go for some easy stuff to start with, so had a look at
> HADOOP-10861.  Most of the html I can find
> under /hadoop-hdfs-project/hadoop-hdfs/src/main/webapps seems to be valid.
> After further digging I found HDFS-274 which appears to be a patch for the
> pages when they were .jsp instead of html, so does this just need closing?
>
> So essentially this boils down to two mains questions:
>
> * How do I know if a newbie Jira is even still valid?
> * Does anybody have any suggestions for a suitable newbie ticket to pick up?
>
> Thanks
> Darrell

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