2. For writing the OSGi bundle (which makes sense for my use case), I would require the Java API doc. Theopendaylight.org site of late has been unsupportive with broken links for the Java doc. I have not heard back from opendaylight-dev mailing list folks on this.
Yes, the javadoc links are currently not working. Not sure why.
I will persuade the site admin to fix it, but this being open source, it might take a few days.
In the mean time, here is a workaround.
You can download a copy of the java source from the link below:
Then generate javadoc from the source by adding a javadoc section to the top level pom.xml file:
(You would only need to add the javadoc section, not the rest of the stuff on that page.)
I would also recommend exploring this link:
The various projects within OpenDaylight operate primarily from IRC instead of email.
IRC is a lot faster.
Just browse around the OpenDaylight wiki site to find the IRC channels that might be related to your work and join in the conversation.