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From Ryan Hoegg <rho...@isisnetworks.net>
Subject Re: recent patches
Date Wed, 11 Sep 2002 21:52:36 GMT
>> Anyhow, as a user and possible contributor to this project I'd like 
>> to add my two cents to this thread.  Kurt may have violated Apache 
>> mailing list etiquette a bit but I think his frustration stems from 
>> the fact that this group doesn't do much to get new developers up to 
>> speed.  Some pointers could be taken from some other Apache projects 
>> such as Cocoon that have put some effort into shallowing the learning 
>> curve for contributors as well as users. 
> What sort of things are you thinking of?  Any pointers to specific 
> examples from other projects would be greatly appreciated.. 

Certainly.  The one I had in mind is the Dev Guide for Cocoon: 

A little poking around found these as well:

Design doc for Xalan Java 2: 
Xindice Developers Guide: http://xml.apache.org/xindice/DevelopersGuide.html
Turbine has a section of their menu dedicated to Develper help, although 
it is not well organized: http://jakarta.apache.org/turbine/index.html
Slide has a developer's corner on their page too: 

Basically just some documents for new contributors.  I apologize if it's 
already out there, but I looked around quite a bit.  Some things I might 
have found useful:
- Coding standards
- Feature request / bug report / patch submission process
- Design documentation esp. design decisions such as Java 1.1 
compatibility, memory footprint, dependencies, etc.

So far my only resource has been the mailing lists, and some private 
e-mails from Daniel.  I realize that this is a much smaller project than 
those I mentioned, so when I finish my project wouldn't mind putting 
some time into writing some of this stuff.

Ryan Hoegg
ISIS Networks

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