Who can edit the wiki?
Anyone who is registered in the OpenJDK Census (for instance by becoming a Project Author) may edit the Group and Project contents of this site. A complete list of registrants may be found in the Census.
Can I edit the wiki right now?
Sorry, not yet. This is an evaluation version of the wiki. All content is read-only. When the review period is over we'll change the host name to wiki.openjdk.java.net and it will become read/write as described above.
I'm already registered in the OpenJDK Census. How do I get an account?
When the wiki enters read/write mode you'll receive an e-mail instructing you to reset your wiki password. The message will be sent to your e-mail address of record in the Census.
How does the password-reset mechanism work?
You'll receive an e-mail message containing a limited-lifetime URL to a page which will prompt you for your new password. A second e-mail will notify you of success. These messages will be sent to your OpenJDK e-mail address of record.
How do I change my OpenJDK e-mail address of record?
Send a message to email@example.com.
I'm an OpenJDK Project Reviewer/Committer/Author, or a Group Member. How do I get space for my Project (or Group) on this wiki?
Ask your Lead to request it. The Census provides the names of all Group and Project Leads.
I'm a OpenJDK Project or Group Lead. How do I get space for my Project (or Group) on this wiki?
Send an e-mail request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What happened to the content at wikis.oracle.com?
All of the content associated with OpenJDK was copied to this site, re-organizing it to fit into the obvious Group and Project spaces.
Bootstrapping: Just before the new wiki enters read/write mode there will be a final sync between the two wikis and the wikis.oracle.com content will be made read-only. Appropriate links will be added from the old wiki to the new wiki. After some period of time, the old wikis.oracle.com content will be removed.
What license covers the pages?
The bottom of each page contains a link to the applicable license. Pages covering development of a specification in the JCP typically use a comment and evaluation license. All other pages are under GPLv2.
How do I get answers to questions not asked in this FAQ?
It depends upon the question:
- For help with logging in, contact email@example.com.
- To update your personal information in the OpenJDK Census, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- To request a space for your Group or Project, contact email@example.com.
- For questions or comments about the design and use of the wiki, send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org (but be sure to subscribe first if you haven't already).