who wants a t-shirt ?

That subject is certain to grab the attention of quite a few readers :-)

Now you are probably thinking, what do I have to do to get a t-shirt and what do these t-shirts look like?

Here is the t-shirt:



This is a Project Grizzly t-shirt.

What do you have to do to get a t-shirt?

Project Grizzly is looking for some contributions.  :-)

Here is a list of contributions, in priority order, we are looking for at Project Grizzly.  If you are interested in contributing one of these items on the list, let us know at Project Grizzly by sending us an e-mail saying which one of the items you are interested in committing.  The first person to e-mail on a given contribution will be slotted for that contribution.  Additional instructions such as where to send your contribution will be in a return e-mail confirming you have been selected for a given contribution. Once your contribution is complete we will make every effort to ship you your Project Grizzly t-shirt. Shipping internationally can be challenging sometimes :-(


Here is the list of contributions:
  1. A written tutorial on how to retrieve and build the Project Grizzly source code using NetBeans Meven IDE for NetBeans IDE 6.
  2. A written tutorial on how to retrieve and build the Project Grizzly source code using NetBeans Meven IDE for NetBeans IDE 5.5 / 5.5.1.
  3. A written tutorial on how to create a simple Grizzly based server such as a logging server with instructions on how to build it and run it along with at least one test case to run against it.  NOTE: To accept the source code contribution you will need to sign and return Sun's Contributor Agreement and return it here if you have not done so previously.
  4. A written tutorial on how to build a simple application using Grizzly UDP with instructions on how to build it and run it along with at least one test case to run against it. NOTE: To accept the source code contribution you will need to sign and return Sun's Contributor Agreement and return it here if you have not done so previously.
  5. A written tutorial on how to use Grizzly's connection caching including a run-able example. NOTE: To accept the source code contribution you will need to sign and return Sun's Contributor Agreement and return it here if you have not done so previously.
  6. A contribution to integrate FindBugs as a maven task so it can be executed automatically from the command line as well.  NOTE: To accept this contribution you will need to sign and return Sun's Contributor Agreement and return it here if you have not done so previously.
  7. A written tutorial on how to integrate the FindBugs plug-in for NetBeans IDE and run it from within NetBeans IDE 5.5 / 5.5.1.
  8. A written tutorial on how to integrate the FindBugs plug-in for NetBeans IDE and run it from within NetBeans IDE 6, (Note: the FindBugs plug-in may not operational in NetBeans IDE 6).
  9. A contribution to integrate CheckStyle as a maven task so it can be executed automatically from the command line as well.  NOTE: To accept this contribution you will need to sign and return Sun's Contributor Agreement and return it here if you have not done so previously.
  10. A written tutorial on how to integrate the CheckStyle plug-in for NetBeans IDE and run it from within NetBeans IDE 5.5 / 5.5.1.
  11. A written tutorial on how to integrate the CheckStyle plug-in for NetBeans IDE and run it from within NetBeans IDE 6, (Note: the CheckStyle plug-in may not operational in NetBeans IDE 6).

If you have some additional thoughts or ideas similar those above that you believe are worthy contributions to warrant a Project Grizzly t-shirt, feel free to add a comment to this blog.


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For FindBugs / PMD / Checkstyle Support for NetBeans 6.0 go here: https://sqe.dev.java.net. There is a link to an updatecenter containing the latest development build (ALPHA) for testing. YMMV.

Posted by Sven Reimers on July 06, 2007 at 08:33 AM CDT #

Thanks for updating us on the progress a FindBugs / PMD / Checkstyle plug-in support for NetBeans 6.0. I have not checked, do you have a PMD plug-in for NetBeans 5.5 and 5.5.1 ? If so, I will add two more items to the list above, one for a PMD NetBeans 5.5.x integration document and a PMD NetBeans 6.0 integration document.

Posted by charliebrown (aka huntch / charlie hunt) on July 09, 2007 at 02:12 AM CDT #

Actually SQE is targeted at 6.0. There is a PMD plugin from the PMD guys available that is compatible with 5.x AFAIK. If you see a need for SQE for 5.5 I may be able to create a branch for SQE, that works on a 5.5x basis. This will not contain all the bells and whistles which are actually part of the 6.0 development but maybe better than nothing at all. What do you think?

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