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Hi,

May I know where can I contribute Java code? any idea about the site, project or links?

Thanks in advance.
 
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Which project are you thinking of contributing to? The specifics differ from project to project.
 
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Tim Moores wrote:Which project are you thinking of contributing to? The specifics differ from project to project.




Java/Spring/Hibernate/JMS/JPA

these are the things that i am aware of and want to contribute.
 
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Those are very high-visibility projects; good luck with that. The usual way is to start hanging out on a project's mailing list and to start offering contributions once you've got the hang of it.
 
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Tim Moores wrote:Those are very high-visibility projects; good luck with that. The usual way is to start hanging out on a project's mailing list and to start offering contributions once you've got the hang of it.




I am asking about the open source projects (where to fine) that I want to contribute my code to..
 
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Not sure what you're asking. You should select projects that are really interested in, because contributing will be a time-consuming long-term thing, and you won't stick to it unless it is something that you really care about (in my experience). So it makes no sense for us to suggest projects to you; you should already know what you're interested in.
 
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