|Posted by kyle on February 9, 2007 09:26 PM||bookmark / share:|
So if you've visited the JSViz.org website recently, you've probably noticed that we're now using some new tools to manage the project.
We've set up issue tracking and migrated the documentation wiki over to Google Code. Join up and you can submit issues and contribute to the documentation effort.
We've also created a discussion group on Google Groups. This is a good place to make feature requests, share your ideas and observations, and tell us about your projects.
This is all part of an effort to help JSViz users contribute to the project. Over the past months, user suggestions and code contributions have been a great asset. A number of users are currently working on contributions and projects that compliment JSViz and I'm eager to see these released. To date, the discussion has taken place in isolation, via e-mail or in my kitchen. While this has it's place, I think the project will benefit from more open conversation. So have at it! Let us know what you think!
One little humble suggestion :p.
It would be good to be able to grab the library (and maybe examples too) via subversion, & it also makes it super easy to contribute code changes back you.
TortoiseSVN is a very good client, and svn is more addictive than crack, so be careful if you havent used it before...
Posted by: Nick Hemsley | March 3, 2007 02:47 AM
Nick, I totally agree! I think this would be a great way for JSViz developers to contribute and share experiments. Look for this update on the code site within a couple of weeks. Thanks!
Posted by: Kyle | March 13, 2007 09:24 PM