The SAFEpress vision was announced on the SAFE Network forum
as a community endeavour, free (as in free) open source with GPLv3
licensing. No shareholders, but the possibility of rewards for
contributors, generated by SAFE Network itself.
The announcement quickly received a lot of positive comment and
discussion about how to do this, so we’re already attracting people
offering to work on the different parts of the project. Not just
programmers, but also designers, front-end developers, website builders,
enthusiastic users and plain fans. If you want to learn more or think
you might also contribute, see contact us.
The SAFEpress github repository was set up, and an Outline Design
published. This enables contributors from anywhere to collaborate on
any aspect of the project, including the vision, its design and of
course development. You can begin contributing by cloning the
repository, picking a task, and submitting your work and updates as a
pull request… even to this website! This is just a standard template,
so if you want to improve it, or create a whole new website go ahead:
add it to the task list in the README.md with your github name, a pull request to update the task list and off you go.
The SAFEpress twitter feed went live, as did this website. It begins…