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From Brett Porter <>
Subject RE: getting involved again
Date Sun, 08 Jun 2003 06:10:10 GMT
 Hi Ben, 

fixed MAVEN-369, patch attached to issue.
MAVEN-367 aND maven-386 work for me on the latest build - can you close it?
Also, I have an issue MAVEN-187 that can be closed.

I should have time to work on more tomorrow, including a new patch to
MAVEN-442 as my original had some problems.


-----Original Message-----
From: Ben Walding
To: Maven Developers List
Sent: 7/06/2003 2:43 PM
Subject: Re: getting involved again

Here are some easy things to do that we are too lazy to do. I'm also 
wary of allocating anything that would be redone in maven-new. No point 
reinventing the wheel.

MAVEN-419 - Perhaps a migration to the new tigris style might be in 
order as well /
MAVEN-159 - Not sure what this is about, but pretty simple and 
MAVEN-396 - Someone with a pint of XSL skills could fix the hack I did
MAVEN-395 - Will probably clash with maven-new

MAVEN-386 Work out a good way to get & into navigation and xdoc pages
MAVEN-367 Might be simple, looks like some kind of transformation
MAVEN-272 Velocity hack

That'll keep you busy

If it turns out that they are already fixed, let me know so I can close 

Brett Porter wrote:

>Now that I have a bit more time on my hands again, I'd like to get
>in improving Maven (last time I said that it promptly disappeared of
>I'm just wondering if there are any particular areas I could focus on,
>any reading I can do about maven-new. I've been working through a few
>on JIRA, but a lot I can't replicate, can't fix without making
>changes, or are likely to disappear just due to the maven-new
>For now I'm just going to try and fix the things that affect me when I
>maven to build my "real" work - but with any luck that will run out
soon ;)

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