Ack!, I suck.  Sorry.  I hadn't realized we'd gone through most of
them, which itself is a good thing.  I'll get some new ones added
first thing in the morning.  Sorry.
-Jakob


On Wed, Apr 4, 2012 at 9:45 PM, Paolo Castagna
<castagna.li...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> """
> To help new contributors pitch in quickly, we maintain a set of JIRAs [1] that
> focus on getting new contributors started with the mechanics of generating a
> patch — downloading the source, changing a couple lines, creating a patch,
> verifying its correctness, uploading it to JIRA and working with the 
> community —
> rather that deep technical issues within Giraph itself. These are good issues
> with which to join the community.
> """
>
> This is nice, good idea indeed.
>
> Put more issues there (even if, at the moment, there does not seems to be much
> "simple" stuff that will get people started around). Things such as "port 
> Giraph
> to YARN" or a new RPC layer are a bit scary for those just starting (like 
> me). :-)
>
> Perhaps, another option is to increase number of examples. You already have a
> few interesting one, do you have one or two ideas on a couple of examples 
> which
> could be added to Giraph?
>
> Paolo
>
>  [1] http://bit.ly/newbie_apache_giraph_issues

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