|want to contribute [message #894]
||Fri, 03 November 2006 09:43
Originally posted by: exquisitus.news.eclipse.org|
I have been working in java / j2ee for the past 6 years.
And has working knowledge of EMF and GMF.
I want to contribute for the new project Model2Text (M2T), need some
help regarding the pre-requisites and the documents / guidelines I need
Thanks and Regards
|Re: want to contribute [message #953 is a reply to message #894]
||Fri, 03 November 2006 17:10
| Paul Elder
Registered: July 2009
There are a number of ways you can contribute to an Eclipse project. The
ultimate goal (for some) is to be a 'committer', but there are other ways,
too. Any of the following would be useful:
* use JET or XPand ( and oAW), and submit defects and enhancements via
* create articles on the above technologies
* even better, employ a technology in a product, and report on you success.
* create patches for defects or enhancements
You should look at the Eclipse Development Process:
to get some idea of how Eclipse projects work. In particular, look at the
last section (Meritocracy) to understand how you can achieve Eclipse glory,
and become a 'committer'.
For specific contributions to M2T, we're still in the proposal phase, so
project plans are still a bit nebulous. If you have specific ideas on JET,
let me know. Markus Voelter is your contact point for XPand.
"M" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Hi All,
> I have been working in java / j2ee for the past 6 years.
> And has working knowledge of EMF and GMF.
> I want to contribute for the new project Model2Text (M2T), need some help
> regarding the pre-requisites and the documents / guidelines I need to
> Thanks and Regards
> Mamta Sahu
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