Robert Evans 2013-03-05, 16:36
I personally would start off with a bug in an area that you are interested
Is a JIRA query of bugs that are in Hadoop core. Once you feel
comfortable changing the code and going through the entire process then
you can start looking at bigger things. Also be aware that committers
some times get busy with other things. If your patch is ready for review
and no one starts looking at it ping the the -dev mailing list associated
with the ticket and ask for someone to take a look at it.
On 3/5/13 10:01 AM, "VENKAT KAUSHIK" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>I am following the instructions on
>HowToContribute wiki to get started with
>some of the tasks listed (test/research).
>Where is a good place to start contributing - test or research projects?
>I would like to choose something small and under represented. Please
>let me know.
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