How To Get Involved in the OpenDS Project
By mcraig on Sep 16, 2008
Ludo explained how to get involved with OpenDS on the OpenDS-users list. His answer was tucked away in a mail about posixGroup object classes.
Feel free to register to Java.net and join the OpenDS project as a user. To register, choose a login name, enter a password and your email address. Nothing else is required. Joining the OpenDS project as a user just indicates your interest in the project and will allow you to subscribe to the mailing lists if you want to.
The Java.net page is https://opends.dev.java.net/. There you find the mailing lists, the issue tracker, and so forth.
The OpenDS project home page is at http://www.opends.org. There you find an overall view of the project, where to download the latest OpenDS LDAP directory server, a link to the Wiki with nearly 800 pages of documentation, the source code to browse through, and so forth.
You are welcome to get involved to the extent that makes sense for you. For example, if you are looking for a fully featured LDAP directory server written in Java, you might want to try OpenDS and sign up on the OpenDS-users list.