Site Blog - Development (v2.0)

Nov ’12
Hi Everyone,
As many of you know, we have used the Subversion system on Sourceforge for our collaborative development of e107 for many years now.
This past week we have just completed the migration of our upcoming v2 branch in the SVN of e107 to Github. (v1.x will remain on SF)

So, what does this mean for you?

Well, if you had ever wished to contribute changes directly to the core release of e107 - it will now be a whole lot easier!
Github users will be able to fork and send pull-requests, as they are likely familiar with already.
And if you are unfamiliar with Github or git, don't worry - we will soon post a basic walk-through to show you just how easy it is to use. (thanks to Moc and septor)

Anyway, here's the link:

And if you already have an account on Github please let us know your username in the comments below so we can 'follow' you!



24 Nov 2012
As Cameron said, we're refining a guide on how to use GitHub. While I am no expert at GitHub, I'll be glad to answer any questions anyone may have that aren't covered in the guide. Just throw me a PM!

If you were ever interested in helping out e107 codewise this is extremely excellent news for you. Fork the repository and make your changes! It is literally a huge way to help e107 grow.
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24 Nov 2012
We're working hard on all facilities in terms of guides and support are there for you to take full advantage of this change. Updates upcoming!
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24 Nov 2012
  • e107 Site administrator
  • e107 Documentation Team Leader
Thanks for the public heads up. Anyone with working fixes can join in to get this polished up and ready for public consumption.
10 Jan 2013
  • e107 Site administrator
  • e107 Documentation Team Leader
Wasn't signed up until now but it's the same username as here.

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