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Re: NILFS development contribution

On Sun, Apr 22, 2012 at 2:45 PM, Ryusuke Konishi
<konishi.ryusuke@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi,
> On Wed, 18 Apr 2012 16:35:28 +0530, santhosh kumars wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I have gone through the documents of NILFS mentioned on the home page
>> of NILFS. I have interest in file system development and have some
>> background knowledge about the linux VFS layer and have also created a
>> sample memory based file system which resides only in the memory. In
>> one of the slides "Development of a New Logstructured File System for
>> Linux", there is a mention to involve outside developers in the
>> project as well. I too want to contribute in the development of nilfs
>> so I wanted to know where can I start from to get involved in the
>> project.can any one help me for  to get start please.
>> Thanks,
>> karuanakar.
> Sorry for my late reply. I was quite busy this week.
> Contribution to our project is of course welcome.
> NILFS is now a part of the Linux kernel, and is developed using public
> git trees and the linux-nilfs mailing list.  I am taking in function
> enhancement as well as bug fixes which outside developers sent to me,
> simlilarly with usual Linux/OSS development.
> My recommendation for starting to get involved in the project is to
> utilize github; both userland utilities and nilfs branch of kernel
> tree are maintained there.
> This project has many todo items, which is listed in lower part of
> http://www.nilfs.org/en/current_status.html
> My recent concern is improving garbage collection algorithm and I/O
> performance of in-kernel filesystem module.
> What is necessary is just to do your favorite or possible thing,
> however, if you can provide help to these priorities, I would
> appreciate it :)
> Thanks,
> Ryusuke Konishi

hi  Ryusuke Konishi
Thanks for your mail and information. First of all I would like to
work on  fixing bugs.
Just i want to know where can i find the list of bugs, so that i can
move forward.
thanks for your reply.
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