OpenJDK commiters

Kelly O'Hair kelly.ohair at
Thu Jul 14 21:26:56 UTC 2011

Ignoring merge changesets, changes before jdk7b22, 'Added tag' changesets, and does not
really do justice to people that push non-CR changesets to project repos, you coulkd run this on an openjdk forest:

sh ./make/scripts/ "log --no-merges --template '{author} {desc|short}\n'" | fgrep -v 'Added tag' | egrep '^[a-z][a-z0-9]* [0-9][0-9]*:' | cut -d' ' -f1 | sort | uniq -c | sort -n -r

On Jul 14, 2011, at 1:33 PM, Donald Smith wrote:

> So, I'll put on the "new guy clown nose" here and state that I've conflated your two different questions.
> This list is, in fact, current OpenJDK committers:
> (or as current as any kind of such information could be).
> As Roman noted, you can use tools like ohloh if you wanted to get a better indication of how active people are, etc.
> Apologies for any confusion I made in the other thread.
> - Don
> On 14/07/2011 3:41 PM, Donald Smith wrote:
>> I understand and sympathize.  The issue is related to regional privacy objections, and applies to all the OS projects at Oracle.
>> In the mid to long term, I would definitely like to see an info page for OpenJDK that describes in more detail where various contributions come from, and also from the perspective of organizations and individuals.  In the shorter term, I'll endeavor to create a slide or two for the community to use in situations as you describe (but I apologize, I'm unlikely to get that by tomorrow :)
>> - Don
>> On 14/07/2011 3:19 PM, Henri Gomez wrote:
>>> May I ask why ?
>>> To be short, I've got an interview tomorrow about OpenJDK and one of
>>> the expected question is about OpenJDK community, who is involved, how
>>> many peoples from big contributors, like Oracle, Redhat, IBM and how
>>> many individuals.

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