I try. But I am not very experienced on netbeans code at all. Do you have any hints what to look for. My first attempt would be to try and build. Same I do for cnd.
Am 11. Februar 2020 12:28:55 MEZ schrieb Geertjan Wielenga <geert...@apache.org>: >https://hg.netbeans.org/community-xml/file >https://hg.netbeans.org/community-uml/file > >The community-xml repo is 2326 files and community-uml is 6365 files. > >That's a lot of files of old code that has not been worked on for >years. > >The danger is that we'll get this code donated and then find that the >cost >of getting them integrated and working is massive -- and that >potentially >that will not succeed at all. > >Could you already check out those repos from their hg.netbeans.org >repos >above and do a poc via forking Apache NetBeans and basically doing a >feasibility study on whether receiving this code would make sense at >all? > >Gj > >On Tue, Feb 11, 2020 at 12:19 PM Peter Kovacs <pe...@apache.org> wrote: > >> I think the community XML and uml are interesting modules. The >features >> will help to improve developing support my main project OpenOffice. >> >> I am interested to help on those modules with the goal to improve the >dev >> environment of OpenOffice. >> >> All the best >> Peter >> >> Am 11. Februar 2020 11:46:27 MEZ schrieb Geertjan Wielenga < >> geert...@apache.org>: >> >Hi all, >> > >> >At this stage, now that the C/C++ donation is complete (though not >> >integrated yet into Apache NetBeans GitHub, a work in progress) >Oracle >> >has >> >donated all the pieces of NetBeans that is can donate from Oracle >> >NetBeans >> >8.2. >> > >> >Based on various questions, this remains: >> > >> >c.atlassian.connector.eclipse.jira.core >> > >> >https://hg.netbeans.org/main-golden/file/tip/c.atlassian.connector.eclipse.jira.core >> >c.atlassian.connector.eclipse.jira.core.rest >> > >> >https://hg.netbeans.org/main-golden/file/tip/c.atlassian.connector.eclipse.jira.core.rest >> >jira https://hg.netbeans.org/main-golden/file/tip/jira >> >jira.rest https://hg.netbeans.org/main-golden/file/tip/jira.rest >> >jira.xmlrpc https://hg.netbeans.org/main-golden/file/tip/jira.xmlrpc >> >libs.jira.rest >> >https://hg.netbeans.org/main-golden/file/tip/libs.jira.rest >> > >> >As well as "contrib", but surely not all of "contrib": >> > >> >https://hg.netbeans.org/main/contrib/file >> > >> >There's also the community repositories and code that has not been >> >worked >> >on for many years: >> > >> >community-xml >> >nb.cluster.javacard >> >nb.cluster.mobility >> >community-rub >> >community-soa >> >community-uml >> >community-visualweb >> > >> >So, here's my proposal -- Oracle will only spend time on working on >> >further >> >donations for code that we in Apache are actually committed to work >on. >> >I.e., if there is no one in the Apache NetBeans community committed >to >> >working on the above (i.e., not simply using it, but will actually >take >> >ownership, integrate the code into our GitHub and actively develop >it >> >further), then Oracle will not spend time donating that code. >> > >> >The responses to this thread should be along the lines of: >> > >> >1. "This is terrible news. The XYZ code is very important to Apache >> >NetBeans or to me or to someone and I will be actively working on it >> >once >> >Oracle donates it to Apache." >> > >> >2. "It would be a pity that XYZ is not part of Apache NetBeans, but >I >> >will >> >not be working on it myself, so I can't expect Oracle to work on >> >donating >> >it either." >> > >> >I give us one week, i.e, this time next week, we will see where we >are >> >and >> >then decide which, if any, of the remaining code will be audited on >the >> >Oracle side for donation. >> > >> >Thanks, >> > >> >Gj >> -- Diese Nachricht wurde von meinem Android-Gerät mit K-9 Mail gesendet.