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AeroGear Community

As an open-source project, the AeroGear community has many entry points. We welcome your participation in any way that matches your level of interest.

Read this page to learn about our community resources. Keep in mind that contributing code is not the only way to get involved. You can provide feedback on documentation and tutorials, test the releases, share your visions, or just participate in the IRC or mailing list discussions. The various entry points are summarized below. See you there!

AeroGear Team

The core team that develops and maintains AeroGear project are essentially these fellows:

Corinne Krych

Corinne Krych

French Riviera, France

Code is craft and collaboration is key to success. I love chatting the latest tech trends at coffee break: female geek. Mobile is my playground, AeroGear my open source family and iOS my platform by heart. iOS tech lead in AeroGear.

Jay Balunas

Jay Balunas

Syracuse, New York Area, USA

Jay Balunas is a passionate software engineer specializing in Java-related enterprise technologies. Specifically focused on web tier frameworks, UI design, including the related server-side technologies.

Görkem Ercan

Görkem Ercan

Toronto, Canada

Gorkem has tens of years of experience working on software projects with different technologies ranging from enterprise and mobile Java to Symbian and Qt C++. He specializes on providing tools and APIs for developers.

Bruno Oliveira

Bruno Oliveira

Sao Paulo, Brazil

Bruno Oliveira aka abstractj is a language-agnostic developer with solid background in Java and JVM based systems. Passionate about security and open source, he has been a long time TorqueBox, Immutant and DynJS contributor. He leads mobile security efforts on AeroGear, and his interests largely encompass programming languages, pentesting and cryptography.

Christos Vasilakis

Christos Vasilakis

Greece

Senior Software Engineer Red Hat. Christos is core developer in iOS team in AeroGear.

Daniel Bevenius

Daniel Bevenius

Sweden

Senior Software Engineer Red Hat. Daniel leads various server backend technologies in AeroGear.

Douglas Campos

Douglas Campos

Sao Paulo, Brazil

Developer, bassist, dad, not-dumb-christian, urban cyclist, geek, teacher, JRuby & other JVM-based langs freak, table tennis n00b - dynjs creator - 3 coffee

Daniel Passos

Daniel Passos

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

I'm Daniel Passos from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. I'm a Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat and DJ on my spare time. Passionate about radicals sports, love travelling and discovering new places. Daniel leads Android team in AeroGear.

Erik Jan de Wit

Erik Jan de Wit

Zürich, Switzerland

Works at Red Hat, lives in Zwitserland. Erik leads Cordova team in AeroGear.

Lukáš Fryč

Lukáš Fryč

Brno, Czech Republic

Frontend master and a testing geek, an open source addicted father, runner, climber and Red Hatter. Lukáš is a core developer in JS team in AeroGear.

Lucas Holmquist

Lucas Holmquist

NY, USA

Works at Red Hat, lives in NY. Lucas leads JS team in AeroGear.

Matthias Wessendorf

Matthias Wessendorf

Emsdetten, Germany

Matthias leads the AeroGear project.

Sébastien Blanc

Sébastien Blanc

Vallauris, France

Works at Red Hat. Sebastien leads UnifiedPush efforts in AeroGear.

Hoyt Summers Pittman

Hoyt Summers Pittman

Atlanta, USA

Works at Red Hat. Summers is a core developer in Android team in AeroGear.

Andres Galante

Andres Galante

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Works at Red Hat. Andres designs beutiful things and makes them work for people.

Where to find us

Chat (IRC)

We invite you to join us in the #aerogear channel on irc.freenode.net to chat about AeroGear and other topics related to mobile.

This channel is logged to transcripts.jboss.org.

If you don’t have an IRC client installed or available, you can use the web-based client on this site to join the #aerogear channel.

Use WebChat Use IRC client


Mailing lists

The AeroGear team has two mailing lists:

User list

This list is the right place for general user questions such as how to configure, use or even troubleshoot the different AeroGear projects. Subscribe to the list before posting. Older threads can be read in its archive.

For accessing the mailing list, you can also use web-based Nabble forums that works as mailing list archive.

Web forums Join user mailling list

Developer list

This is a mailing list geared towards developing AeroGear itself. It often contains deep, technical discussions on how AeroGear works internally, how new features could be implemented. Subscribe to the list before posting. Older threads can be read in its archive.

For accessing the mailing list, you can also use web-based Nabble forums that works as mailing list archive.

Web forums Join dev mailling list


Team Meetings

We hold regular weekly meetings on IRC channel each Monday at 15:00 UTC.

The agenda for meetings is made available before the meeting at the developer mailing list.

The meeting transcripts are available at transcripts.jboss.org


Source Repository

All the AeroGear source code is managed using the distributed version system git and hosted in sub-modules of the aerogear organization at github.com.

Both git and github are awesome for collaboration! To make improvements or bug fixes to the AeroGear project, simply fork one of the project’s repositories, commit your changes and send a pull request.

For more information on our GitHub workflow, please visit this page that describes the steps in-detail.

Go to github repos


Twitter

Stay connected & up to date by following our @AeroGears account!

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