How to find IBM's contributions?
mike.duigou at oracle.com
Fri Feb 25 21:42:09 UTC 2011
Two patches by Neil Richards have also gone in during the last week. There were some organizational logistic issues which resulted in a slow start but the pace can be expected to increase.
On Feb 25 2011, at 21:48 , Dr Andrew John Hughes wrote:
> On 25 February 2011 20:15, Paul Benedict <pbenedict at apache.org> wrote:
>> To the community,
>> Is there any easily identifiable way to determine when IBM contributes
>> fixes/patches to the repositories? I know all Oracle employees have Oracle
>> email addresses. What about those from IBM? I was hoping to see what they
>> contribute since they joined OpenJDK.
> Well I don't see IBM listed at all on
> http://db.openjdk.java.net/people so presumably none of them yet have
> commit access (though they are some with no affiliation).
> A quick check of the repositories for ibm.com e-mail addresses in the
> contributed line gives only:
> changeset: 3318:0ef137ae6f3b
> user: alanb
> date: Wed Dec 15 09:15:20 2010 +0000
> files: src/share/demo/jvmti/heapTracker/heapTracker.c
> 6927816: Demo crash in heaptracker with Non-Sun JDK due to possible
> violation of JNI spec
> Reviewed-by: ohair, alanb
> Contributed-by: spoole at uk.ibm.com
> It was discussed on the serviceability list:
> I have noticed anything else going in.
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