Alexey.Menkov at Sun.COM
Tue May 22 09:42:32 PDT 2007
As far as I understand the process, it's no so easy to integrate other
open-source code to OpenJDK. Code author needs to sign up SCA before the code
can be integrated (otherwise it will be impossible to port the change into
SunJDK). In most of open-source projects it's difficult to determine authors,
often open-source projects contains code from other open-source projects.
So you can contribute to OpenJDK your own code, but you can't contribute any
Peter Salomonsen wrote:
> On Monday 21 May 2007 18:18:54 Alex Menkov wrote:
>> 1) Software synthesizer.
>> Current one support only .gm soundbanks (beatnik proprietary format) and
>> does not support "industry standards" like .sf2. This task is big enough
>> (in addition to Synthesyzer implementation it requires to implement set of
>> related interfaces/classes). This task is not related with currently closed
>> JavaSound classes so it's already opened as separate open-source project
>> (audio-engine-dev; unfortunately name is not informative enough);
> RasmusDSP (http://rasmusdsp.sourceforge.net) and Frinika
> (http://frinika.sourceforge.net) are pure java open source software
> synthesizers that support .sf2 and more.
> Peter Salomonsen
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