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This is about creating Projects, adding components to them, and using the Project access to use the components. With a video demo and (hopefully) interactive Vervis demo deployment. Reviewed-on: #211 Reviewed-by: Earl Warren <email@example.com> Reviewed-by: Anthony Wang <firstname.lastname@example.org> Co-authored-by: Pere Lev <email@example.com> Co-committed-by: Pere Lev <firstname.lastname@example.org>
ForgeFed is an ActivityPub-based federation protocol for software forges. You can read more about ForgeFed and the protocol specification on our website.
There's a huge variety of tasks to do! Come talk with us on the forum or chat. More eyes going over the spec are always welcome! And feel free to open an issue if you notice missing details or unclear text or have improvement suggestions or requests.
However, to maintain a manageable working environment, we do reserve the issue tracker for practical, actionable work items. If you want to talk first to achieve more clarity, we prefer you write to us on the forum or chat, and opening an issue may come later.
If you wish to join the work on the ForgeFed specification, here are some technical but important details:
- We don't push commits to the main branch, we always open a pull request
- Pull requests making changes to the specification content must have at least 2 reviews and then they wait for a cooldown period of 2 weeks during which more people can provide feedback, raise challenges and conflicts, improve the proposed changes etc.
- If you wish to continuously participate in shaping the specification, it would be useful to go over the open PRs once a week or so, to make sure you have a chance to communicate your needs, ideas and thoughts before changes get merged into the spec
Important files in this repo to know about:
- The file
resources.mdlists which team members have access to which project resources, openness and transparency are important to us!
- The actual specification source texts are in the
- JSON-LD context files are in the
Website build instructions
The ForgeFed website is generated via a script using the Markdown files in this
./build.sh for more details.
All contents of this repository are are freely available under the CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0) Public Domain Dedication.
The ForgeFed logo was created by iko.