Document and coordinate development efforts. This includes C++ development, translations, plugin development, and other contributions.
Important starting points for all developers
- RKWard SVN: For developers it is highly useful to always keep track of the current state of development, not only when offical versions are released.
- Basic documentation on writing plugins: HTML for online browsing Latest version in .docbook format
- Development Status of Plugins
- Plugins under planning
- Automated Plugin Testing
Enhancing the Wiki
- Basic help on editing this wiki
- Help:Wiki Conventions
- Pages in need of an update
- Pages in need of other improvements
Documentation inside RKWard
This chapter in the documentation on writing plugins provides some basics: http://rkward.sourceforge.net/documents/devel/plugins/pluginhelp.html
- Online API documentation (tends to become outdated; best get the sources and run Doxygen, yourself)
- Technical Design Overview (very outdated!)
The main bug tracker / feature request tracker is here, and if you want to report issues in RKWard, please use these:
Submitting bug reports / feature requests
However, there are a number of further places where bugs / issues are reported. While these trackers are distribution-specific, many of the issues reported there concern RKWard in general. Therefore it makes sense to a least check these once in a while:
- Ubuntu: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/rkward
- Debian: http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/pkgreport.cgi?package=rkward
- Fedora: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/buglist.cgi?component=rkward&product=Fedora
Friendly mailing list archive
- http://email@example.com/index.html is much easier to use than the "official" list archive (for rkward-devel, only, at this time).
For a more complete list of pages with developer information, refer to Category:Developer Information.