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Gforge site for open source aircraft projects

Our gforge site can host in addition to software projects, also now open source aircraft projects. If you are interested in open source aircraft idea, feel free to join the forces at:

http://gforge.katix.org/gf/

I have setted up two my open source airplane projects there (they don’t have much yet, but one has to start from somewhere, right?). So if you are interested in joining one of these existing projects, or you have a promising own project which you would like to share with other people, here is your chance. Register yourself and propose a project. I am the admin and approving you and your project proposals.

The motivation to join could be to get some fame. In the software field, open source developers are at the top of the ranking scale. This could be the case in the other fields too. You can make sure that you don’t miss the train by joining and contributing to projects or by creating and sharing your own projects with everybody. Also here is your chance to collaborate and get results. Getting things done with large number of eyes looking after the same thing is more likely than everybody doing their things alone.

The site requires approval from site admins, so please make sure you describe your project in enough detail to get it approved. We do approve potential projects.

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>Gforge site for open source aircraft projects

>Our gforge site can host in addition to software projects, also now open source aircraft projects. If you are interested in open source aircraft idea, feel free to join the forces at:

http://gforge.katix.org/gf/

I have setted up two my open source airplane projects there (they don’t have much yet, but one has to start from somewhere, right?). So if you are interested in joining one of these existing projects, or you have a promising own project which you would like to share with other people, here is your chance. Register yourself and propose a project. I am the admin and approving you and your project proposals.

The motivation to join could be to get some fame. In the software field, open source developers are at the top of the ranking scale. This could be the case in the other fields too. You can make sure that you don’t miss the train by joining and contributing to projects or by creating and sharing your own projects with everybody. Also here is your chance to collaborate and get results. Getting things done with large number of eyes looking after the same thing is more likely than everybody doing their things alone.

The site requires approval from site admins, so please make sure you describe your project in enough detail to get it approved. We do approve potential projects.

ZyggerDesigner gforge project (svn repository) is now up

Kate setted up gforge on our server, so I decided to put my conceptual design tool to a subversion repository. You can find it here:

http://gforge.katix.org/gf/project/zdesigner/

Contributions to the software is very welcome. You can register to the Katix gforge and join the project if you think you can contribute. I am looking for aeronautical engineers and students to help with the software development. There may be some equations which have errors. You can help with pointing them out. The bug tracker should be used for that purpose.

Also some extra eyes reviewing the code (it is currently quite quickly hacked together) would be helpful, if you are not specialized in aircraft conceptual design, but you are good with C++ and Qt and you have too much time, feel free to join and start filing bugs about bad code. If you have even more time, feel free to write and suggest patches that fixes the issues. I am not looking for comments about indentation (if I see that kind of bugs too often, I will resolve them as invalid) etc., but rather memory leaks, something done really wrong with Qt – real issues in other words.

The code is licensed under GPL version 3 or any later version -license.

Anonymous svn access to the repository (without commit privileges):

svn checkout http://katix.org/svn/zdesigner/trunk zdesigner

ZyggerDesigner gforge project (svn repository) is now up

Kate setted up gforge on our server, so I decided to put my conceptual design tool to a subversion repository. You can find it here:

http://gforge.katix.org/gf/project/zdesigner/

Contributions to the software is very welcome. You can register to the Katix gforge and join the project if you think you can contribute. I am looking for aeronautical engineers and students to help with the software development. There may be some equations which have errors. You can help with pointing them out. The bug tracker should be used for that purpose.

Also some extra eyes reviewing the code (it is currently quite quickly hacked together) would be helpful, if you are not specialized in aircraft conceptual design, but you are good with C++ and Qt and you have too much time, feel free to join and start filing bugs about bad code. If you have even more time, feel free to write and suggest patches that fixes the issues. I am not looking for comments about indentation (if I see that kind of bugs too often, I will resolve them as invalid) etc., but rather memory leaks, something done really wrong with Qt – real issues in other words.

The code is licensed under GPL version 3 or any later version -license.

Anonymous svn access to the repository (without commit privileges):

svn checkout http://katix.org/svn/zdesigner/trunk zdesigner