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Luis Majano November 10, 2009

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Luis Majano

November 10, 2009

Spread the word


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A few days ago I blogged of how we are migrating our ColdBox projects to Assembla and how we created a space called ColdBox Community.  This space is for open consumption of the ColdBox community.  What does this mean? Well, if you are a developer that wants to have a free repository to use for anything ColdBox related, online chat, online wiki, messaging, ticketing and more, you CAN!

The initiative is to offer a nice place where ColdBox developers can share their projects and develop them.  Even if you don't want to use the included repositories, you can interact with the workspace.  This is just an opportunity for the community to come together and share.

If you would like to be part of this space, just email us at info@coldbox.org with a request for user credentials.  We will need your email address and a written consent that you are willing to share your code and projects.  You can find more information about our collaboration agreement here: http://www.coldboxframework.com/index.cfm/about/contribute.

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