Sounds good to me, as my main purpose with the mentor program was to get in
touch with the project, participants and the habits, but I probably can get
that on the fly while working in the project.
I am willing to start contributing, if only I would suggest some first
tasks that allow me to get to better know the structure of the project /
code and, of course, any advice you could provide to avoid most common
2016-09-20 4:56 GMT-04:00 Oleg Kalnichevski <ol...@apache.org>:
> On Mon, 2016-09-19 at 23:41 -0400, Francisco Carriedo Scher wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > I have been a user of the HTTP Apache client for years and contributing
> > an open source project is in my want-to-do list for some time now.
> > Currently, I am looking for a mentor as my intention would be to
> > follow the mentoring
> > program <http://community.apache.org/mentoringprogramme.html>, as this
> > would be my first contribution to open source and to the ASF and I looks
> > me like worth it to spend some time learning about the right way of
> > contributing.
> > The project is of my personal interest, I would like to learn from
> > collaborating on it as much as possible, as well as trying to provide
> > valuable input too and contributing back to the open source community,
> > specially to this project, that has served me as a great tool!
> > My understanding is that this is a big effort even re-using as much as
> > possible the parts from HTTP 1.0/1.1 and will include working in several
> > parts, not only coding: documentation, examples, updating website...
> > Looking forward to hearing from somebody willing to mentor me and
> > an entry point for this my first open source project.
> > Thanks in advance for your time!
> > Francisco
> Hi Francisco
> Given that your main interest is in HTTP/2 that probably leaves me as
> the only potential mentor. Unfortunately I have no bandwidth left to
> commit myself to a full fledged mentoring program. I am sorry.
> Having said that if you are willing to start contributing to the project
> I am sure I can think of some HTTP/2 related development tasks that you
> could contribute to. I'll find time to review your patches and commit