Re: Query on Source Code Submission kmarsden Fri Feb 17 17:00:11 2012
Hello Girish, Derby welcomes students to the community. The normal process for people to get involved and contribute code is to join the derby development commmunity, submit contributor license agreements, and submit incremental patches for the work. All the while the students will be able to discuss and get feedback from the Derby development community during the process. If there is some large chunk of existing work that you want to contribute then I think that would involve a grant which I don't know too much about, but is much more complicated I think and involves lawyers. From a Derby community perspective might be tough to digest all at once especially if it touches a lot of existing code. I am hoping you and your students are just getting started with your work and fall into the first category. I would suggest that you read about the community  and subscribe to the derby developers list  if you have not already. Assuming it is all ok with IBM, approach the list regarding the technical details of the improvements you and your students would like to make. I look forward to hearing you on derby-dev. Thanks Kathey  http://db.apache.org/derby/derby_comm.html  http://db.apache.org/derby/derby_mail.html Girish Sundaram wrote: > > Hi , > I am mentoring a group of Students doing their Masters as part of the IBM > University Relations Program. We are developing some enhancements using > Apache Derby and would like to submit to it to the Opensource community. > Please let us know the process of submitting our source code. > > Thanks and Regards, > > Girish Sundaram > Technical Solution Architect > IBM Information Management, India Software Lab > Mobile: +(91) 9970173978 > Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] > IBM Certified IT Specialist (Expert-L2) > -- View this message in context: http://old.nabble.com/Query-on-Source-Code-Submission-tp33330109p33346295.html Sent from the Apache DB - General mailing list archive at Nabble.com.