How to find a proper bug to fix
konstantin.perikov at gmail.com
Tue Aug 13 10:15:24 UTC 2013
Could you point me the direction of work for adopt OpenJDK? As I understand
this is not actually an OpenJDK, but some kind of a helper?
Thanks for your answers. Tha'ts really what upset me, with work on OpenJDK.
2013/8/13 Martijn Verburg <martijnverburg at gmail.com>
> Hi Konstantin,
> If you're completely stuck then we've compiled together a few lists of
> things at http://adoptopenjdk.java.net - small tasks that help you get
> familiar with the OpenJDK code base.
> PS: A new bug tracking system is due to come in soon which should make
> this all a lot easier.
> On 13 August 2013 08:47, David Holmes <david.holmes at oracle.com> wrote:
>> Hi Konstantin,
>> On 13/08/2013 4:44 PM, Konstantin Perikov wrote:
>>> I join OpenJDK community like a week ago. And already made one "not a big
>>> deal" fix. The main problem, that I see - it's really hard to find bugs
>>> You can only search by Bug ID or by some keywords. But there is not
>>> filtering by status or JDK version. So, I'll try next bug for me, but
>>> one hour and don't find anything suitable for me (95% is closed).
>>> Tell me, how you search for a bug to fix?
>> It might be more productive for you to engage with engineers within the
>> specific area of JDK you are interested in (via appropriate mailing list)
>> to see what suggestions they have for things to work on.
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