The Scid Project is seeking new developers.
For the moment (May 2013), the Lead Developer is focusing on:
That means there is so much work for the moment that he does not have time to work on new features.
That does not mean Scid should never add new features anymore.
That only means that if you like Chess and know how to code in C++ or in Tcl/Tk, this may be an opportunity for you!
You could work on a new feature listed here, or any other one that would make sense to the Scid Community.
Before you start to work on anything, please introduce yourself to the community.
You can reach it by subscribing to the Mailing list by clicking on the icon Mailing Lists on the horizontal menu.
Can you help us making Scid the best Chess toolkit in the known universe?
Hope we'll hear from you any time soon,