inquiry how to submit a change
volker.simonis at gmail.com
Tue Dec 5 09:03:40 UTC 2017
 contains a high-level description on how to contribute to the OpenJDK.
The most important points are:
- you have to sign the Oracle Contribution Agreement 
- changes usually go into the latest development repository (jdk/jdk
 (for core libraries), jdk/client  (for Sound/AWT/Swing), jdk/hs
 (for Hotspot))
- small changes can be sent directly to the corresponding mailing list
- you need to find a sponsor (on the mailing list) who opens a bug in
the Java Bug System and reviews/pushes your change.
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On Tue, Dec 5, 2017 at 9:44 AM, Vic Wang(BJ-RD) <VicWang at zhaoxin.com> wrote:
> It’s my first time to join in this community. I am from ShangHai Zhaoxin Semiconductor Co., Ltd, an X86 CPU product development company.
> Now I want to contribute optimized code to fit our platform, and my target project is jdk8u, should I contribute code to Project jdk10 first?
> In addition, how to submit a change? Should I submit it directly in the mail?
> Best Regards!
> VicWang | R&D
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