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OpenJDK – When And How To Contribute To The Java SE Reference Implementation

Dalibor Topic (Oracle, Corp.)
Java: Trends
Location: A106
Average rating: ***..
(3.00, 2 ratings)

In this session you’ll learn about Oracle’s strategy for and inner workings of OpenJDK,
the community where the development of open source implementations of the Java Plaform, Standard
Edition takes place. We’ll dive into community participation in OpenJDK up til now & changes to
make community participation easier in the future. You’ll learn what it takes to contribute code
to OpenJDK effectively, and what types of contributions would be most welcome for JDK 8 –
from finding the appropriate Project within the OpenJDK Community & the proper mailing list to
start the first conversation, over suggesting improvements to existing or new features & coming
up with a first patch, to getting your proposed changes committed and becoming a regular contributor.
Finally, we’ll take a look at participating in OpenJDK as a community tester and how to go about
providing feedback to the development teams.

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Dalibor Topic

Oracle, Corp.

Dalibor Topic lives in Hamburg, Germany, and works as Java F/OSS Ambassador for Oracle. He joined the OpenJDK project in order to help make it a successful open source project, and stayed for anchoring Java in Linux distributions, and as an all around Java F/OSS community guy. He joined the Java strategy team at Oracle to help provide community feedback into the long-term strategy planning.