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From Rohit Yadav <>
Subject Re: Introducing some new developers to the community
Date Thu, 06 Sep 2012 15:02:57 GMT

On 06-Sep-2012, at 7:57 PM, Chip Childers <> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I wanted to drop a note to the list to introduce some new developers
> that SunGard Availability Services will be sponsoring to help on the
> project.  We have 6 software developers, and one infrastructure
> architect, that you'll start to see participating on the list this
> month (and hopefully more to come in the next couple of months).
> This will be a new project for most of the team, but everyone has been
> doing similar work on our own internal software previously (and some
> from previous companies doing similar work).  As a group, they'll be
> focusing on learning the architecture, components and overall project
> processes this month.  I've suggested to the team that reviewing
> existing docs / code is the place to start, and then attempting to
> tackle bugs that are still unassigned / unresolved in
> is the next step.  Beyond that, we'll see where we
> go as a community. ;-)  I'd love the continued support of everyone
> else in helping these new community members integrate into the
> project!
> The software developers are:
>  Matthew Morrissey <>, based in
> Philadelphia, PA, USA
>  Raj Subrahmanian <>, based in
> Philadelphia, PA, USA (but usually in Connecticut)
>  Yichi Lu <>, based in Austin, TX, USA
>  Manikanta Kattamuri <>, based in Pune, India
>  Meghna Kale" <>, based in Pune, India
>  Nischal Vohra" <>, based in Pune, India
> The infrastructure architect is Adam Grochowski
> <>, based in Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Welcome everyone!

Go through the root wiki page:

As a relatively new developer myself, I try to explore/add/edit/update wiki as I learn from
the old beards :)
So, please add/update content on the ASF wiki as you learn.

The first week I tried to learn CS as a user and read install, admin guides and go through
an old induction guide:

I'm guessing perhaps you'll all have access to bunch of servers anyway, but try DevCloud too:

Setup your development environment, join mailing lists, get help and also help out, and contribute
patches through review board or on developer ML:


> Thanks!
> -chip

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