always great to see people interested in contributing :)
For your eclipse problem I am not sure what is wrong, but all you should do
is import it as maven project.
If you don't see that option anywhere install https://www.eclipse.org/m2e/
plugin which will help you resolve your build problems.
As for simple issues to start with go, I think just going trough jira and
find something that maybe bothers you or you think
it wont should be simple to fix just grab it, there are plenty issues just
waiting to be grabbed https://issues.jboss.org/browse/WFLY
In short it is easiest to start with something that has immediate effect on
you, probably some small bug that is irritating you and we forgot to
If you have any more questions just ask away.
On Sun, Jul 27, 2014 at 1:12 AM, William Witt <william(a)witt-family.net>
I’m looking to contribute to WildFly in some way. I’d appreciate
assistance getting started or tossing simple bugs my way to assist in
learning the project’s architecture.
What I’ve done so far:
- Cloned and pulled down the source from GitHub
- Built via the command line (which worked like a charm)
- Attempted to import the project into Eclipse, but there are a 33k+ build
errors due to unresolved dependencies. I’d appreciate assistance
configuring Eclipse correctly.
A little bit about me:
- At my day job I develop Java web applications, integrating with other C#
and Java apps via SOAP web services and an AQ based ESB. (Unfortunately,
we’re locked in to Weblogic through an enterprise buy).
- I’m on a Mac with both Windows and Linux VMs available, and don’t mind
working on Mac specific issues.
- I have 10-15 hours a week to help, mostly on nights and weekends.
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