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From Manoj Kumar <>
Subject Re: Contributing to pyspark
Date Fri, 12 Jun 2015 04:57:54 GMT

Thanks for your interest in PySpark.

The first thing is to have a look at the "how to contribute" guide and
filter the JIRA's using the label PySpark.

If you have your own improvement in mind, you can file your a JIRA, discuss
and then send a Pull Request



On Fri, Jun 12, 2015 at 9:36 AM, Usman Ehtesham <>

> Hello,
> I am currently taking a course in Apache Spark via EdX (
> and at the same time I try to look at the code for pySpark too. I wanted to
> ask, if ideally I would like to contribute to pyspark specifically, how can
> I do that? I do not intend to contribute to core Apache Spark any time soon
> (mainly because I do not know Scala) but I am very comfortable in Python.
> Any tips on how to contribute specifically to pyspark without being
> affected by other parts of Spark would be greatly appreciated.
> P.S.: I ask this because there is a small change/improvement I would like
> to propose. Also since I just started learning Spark, I would like to also
> read and understand the pyspark code as I learn about Spark. :)
> Hope to hear from you soon.
> Usman Ehtesham Gul

Manoj Kumar,

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