Contribute to the Wiki
The wiki itself is actually a git repository, which means you can clone it, edit it locally/offline, add images or any other file type, and push it back to us. It will be live immediately if you are part of the wiki team.
Wiki pages are text files, with the .md extension. You can edit them locally, as well as create new ones using a variety of formatting options.
To embed an image in a wiki page, please use the markdown method described here.
If you would like to help with any part of the wiki for this project, please let us know! Meanwhile, we hope you find this project useful. We all bring something different to the table in the Open Simulator community - let's make it fun together!
Contribute to Viewer Development
The SceneGate Viewer project is open source with community participation welcome. To get involved, participants can provide testing, help maintain the wiki, write tutorials, report issues, request enhancements or new features, and get involved in code contributions. Resources including tutorials, policies, procedures, and developer information are available on the project wiki. The project roadmap is updated as work progreses.
When beta or release versions are available, release notes, instructions, and files will be available at http://downloads.infinitemetaverse.org/. Procedures for reporting issues or submitting a White Paper (WP) to request new features define how to use the issue tracker and where to get the WP template for new features. For non-core developer contributions, pull requests are preferred over a diff patch or attaching files via the issue tracker. For core developers, typical participation processes include cloning the repository then pushing changes back.
The IMA Development Team will review all submissions then provide feedback where indicated. The SceneGate branch is the development branch of the source code which is typically used to produce test versions. The master branch is only updated for official release versions.