Targeted Development - Community-driven Sub-Projects
What is it about?
In order to provide a sound basis for joint, world-wide and community-driven code development an open sub-project management system is hosted within the OpenFOAM®-Extend Project. This system provides task management, time line (deadlines) and messaging facilities as well as a place for file sharing of source code.
The conceptual approach is that community-driven sub-projects might evolve from discussion within the sub-groups, such as local user groups or special interest groups, which also can be founded on this web site to stimulate a concerted development.
How to contribute?
In case you find a want to form a sub-group you are invited to do so at
Fill out the form and chose an appropriate access setting you feel comfortable with:
Access settings - Is public All facilities of the open sub-project management system are ready to use! Help us improving the OpenFOAM® CFD toolbox.
Set this to yes if you want non-project members to be able to see this project. Otherwise the project will be visible only to you and your project members. Note that any user with the flag "SystemAdministrator" can see your project regardless of this setting.
Access settings - Allow registration
Allow others to request to join your project. This will only work if "Is public" is set to "Yes"! Users can request to join the project from the project details page. You will then receive an email notification from the applicant. To manage your project members and join requests, go to the "Users" section.
Targeted Development - Version-controlled Repository
The primary technical mechanism made available for facilitating the worldwide collaborative collaboration is a Subversion repository for user developments related to OpenFOAM®.
For a detailed instruction on how to submit please have a closer look here!