how to register in openjdk
bret.perryman at oracle.com
Fri Oct 2 15:37:10 UTC 2015
I am an Oracle employee, so I was able to get logged in using my Oracle credentials. I just wanted to monitor bugs submitted to Oracle internal projects such as Mission Control. I would love to become an OpenJDK developer - if I could just find some spare time :(
From: Omair Majid [mailto:omajid at redhat.com]
Sent: Friday, October 02, 2015 9:14 AM
To: Trelin Trelon
Cc: web-discuss at openjdk.java.net
Subject: Re: how to register in openjdk
* Trelin Trelon <tretonis at gmail.com> [2015-10-02 11:00]:
> There's a lot to read. Please what is the registration form of address
> to access jbs.
As it says in the linked mails, the OpenJDK JIRA is restricted to developers. If you are using the Oracle's proprietary Java versions, you can report and view bugs at bugs.java.com, but you can't comment on them there. That's restricted to developers.
> It is necessary to simplify things.
You are preaching to the choir! Personally, I would have preferred if the bug tracker was accessible to everyone (like pretty much every other Open Source project). Unfortunately, the OpenJDK project decided this was how it was going to be :(
> On Fri, Oct 2, 2015 at 11:52 AM, Omair Majid <omajid at redhat.com> wrote:
> * Trelin Trelon <tretonis at gmail.com> [2015-10-02 10:41]:
> > Everything is very confusing.
> > Earlier I posted within the jira javafx the bugs, but now I can not
> > jira.
> I am not terribly familiar with the OpenJFX project. It looks like it
> had a separate JIRA instance that was merged into the OpenJDK JIRA
> instance. As a result of this, the ability for anyone to file bugs was
> Please see this mail for more information:
> If you have more concerns, perhaps the folks at
> http://mail.openjdk.java.net/mailman/listinfo/openjfx-dev would be able
> to help you out some more.
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