Let's make all the things clear : 1.
The JMule Team is an independent unit that tries to accomplish several goals : http://jmule.org/?page=goals 2.
To become a core developer you need to regularly contribute to the project through testing, bug fixing, code patches etc. 3.
Paripari must be an open source project compatible with GPL, on the site I've found binary (.jar) files only. The project must have a public source code repository accessible for everybody (at least in read only mode) 4.
You may use the JMule's source code in your project if and only if the point (3) is respected 5.
We (JMule Team) will contribute to the Paripari project if and only if we'll have time and the point (3) is respected
- javajox, JMule developer