%%(wacko wrapper="box")((https://sourceforge.net/projects/wackowiki SF Summary))
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The repository contains the latest development version of WackoWiki.
((/License BSD License Terms))
%%(wacko wrapper="box" wrapper_type="quote")"most development is about "micro-forks" and people don't even think of them as real forks at all"
The big thing is to not think too big - you don't start out by rewriting some subsystem. Start out with some small annoyance, and see if you can fix it. And do something you're really interested in if you're not really interested, you'll lose your motivation.
*|files |repositories |branches |tags |*
|| * **wacko**
* ** community**
* themes |
* 4.3.0 ||
* stable - should always be safe to pull from
* dev - team integration area
* 6.x branch is for PHP 7.2 / 8.x and Unicode support
* 5.5 branch is for PHP 7.x
* 5.0 branch is for PHP 5.3
* 4.3 branch is for PHP 4 / 5.2 legacy maintenance
*| # | repository | remarks |*
|| **1** | **((https://github.com/WackoWiki/wackowiki stable))** | main repository ||
|| %%git clone https://github.com/WackoWiki/wackowiki.git%% ||
|| **2** | **((https://bitbucket.org/wackowiki/wackowiki dev))** | ((/Dev/Guidelines/ContributingPatches team integration repository)) ||
|| %%git clone https://bitbucket.org/wackowiki/wackowiki.git%%
++You can gain commit access if you prove yourself worthy by sending good patches regularly.++||
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-> **((!/Git Git ))** - in work