We are aiming to become the real open source community, when besides the core team, there are a lot of third party participants contribute to the project. At this point there are already hundreds of third party items in the Oxwall Store, both free and paid. Store downloads are really taking off in the latest weeks, so we are off to a good start here.
The next step in this process we are announcing today: it’s opening up the documentation for contribution. If the software gets better documented, we’ll have more developers working on the project. It means more plugins and themes in the store to the benefit of the community.
What we want you to do with documentation:
- Corrections to the existing articles;
- Ongoing support of the changing parts;
- Writing new articles for the uncovered territories.
Now, not only developers and designers can get their hand in the project. If you are an aspiring technical writer, you can have your say. We will provide all necessary guidance.
Start contributing today: http://docs.oxwall.org/contribute
The next logical step will be opening up Oxwall repository. It will include starting to accept third party patches, promoting activists to the core contributor team, and finally turning the Oxwall project into a mature open source community. But this is not before Oxwall 1.5 hits the Earth.
In open we trust!