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Re: New here !
We recently moved to a Confluence instance for the main site at http://www.kicad-pcb.org. It works quite well,
may be what it needs now it's more content. I think main developers are happy with bzr and launchpad as it works. (I prefer
other solutions also, but bzr works reasonably well, and right now it lets developers put all their effort in the KiCad software
How good are you at C++ ? , may be you could try contributing to the software itself. Find a feature you'd like to see on KiCad,
ask as you need, start a branch, follow the guidelines, and then ask for merge on testing branch.
We're also plenty of ideas and a couple of bugs in the bug tracker.
I started with a little one, and I liked it, code quality in KiCad is getting better and better on every commit.
Miguel Angel Ajo
On 17/12/2012, at 18:45, OpenSourceWay <opensourceway@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hello !
> I'm new here, and I'll introduce myself. I'm french, and I've created a lot of free projects like OpenSourceSoft - http://opensourcesoft.fr.nf - and other, mainly listed in my personal website.
> As 2013 will be a new year, I'll try to stop creating open source project alone but I want to participate in usefull big projects, like Kicad. I'm also an electronics student and I want to create some fun PCB over my Linux Laptop but Cadence PSD isn't free and doesn't work.
> So, I'll try you to create this really big project, wich is already powerfull. I don't know if you need that but I think the website can be reorganised, without using a lot of external tools as launchpad, libs, chat… CodingTeam is a good soft wich include wiki, source repository, xmpp server, bug tracking tool, localisation tool, forum…
> Thanks for all, and sorry for my bad english.
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