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Eidos UML Project: Looking for Coding Hands!

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Eidos UML Project: Looking for Coding Hands!

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The Eidos UML Project (http://java.net/projects/eidos-uml) is running out of developers!

Sadly it is in a phase where I can't push it forward any more.

The components blocking progress in the project are:

  1. Pallete
  2. Repository

The issue with the pallete is that I have no experience with it. The issue with the repository is that I'm unable to follow the logic in the available code.

So if you're missing the NetBeans UML plug-in and have the time/experience to help, I'll be more than happy to welcome you to the team!

Just send me your java.net user name, to javier.ortiz.78@gmail.com

You can see the open issues http://java.net/jira/browse/EIDOS_UML.

 

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