Suneido™ has been released under an Open Source License so that everyone is free to use it and to examine and modify the source code. We welcome your feedback and participation in the development process.
We encourage all kinds of contributions, including:
- bug reports
- bug fixes
- Suneido examples or sample code
- Suneido libraries or applications
- enhancements to Suneido
- translations to other spoken languages
- porting to other systems (e.g. Linux)
Please post questions, bug reports, comments, and suggestions on the Discussion Forum or mailing list so everyone can participate and benefit.
Send actual contributions (source code or documentation) to firstname.lastname@example.org We will evaluate all contributions and determine how to incorporate them. If you have large files to send, please contact us and we can provide you with access to our FTP upload area.
We ask that you assign copyright to Suneido Software when you contribute more than ten lines of code to the standard Suneido package so that the package is under a single copyright. This also ensures that we can defend license violations, if necessary. (Note: This does not include postings to the Suneido web-site that are not included in the standard Suneido package, for example the Library area.) The process for assigning copyright is simple, print out the Contributor Assignment of Copyright form, sign it, and either fax or mail it to us as detailed on the form. (Or email a scanned copy.) Note: Contributions will be attributed to their source so that credit can be given to the authors.
See Future for an idea of where we’re at and where we hope to go.
The standard download zip file includes the C++ source code for Suneido. The C++ source code is also available via CVS on SourceForge. The Suneido standard library is provided in source form in the database included in the download.
Currently, Suneido is being developed using Microsoft Visual C++ version 6 and the download includes the workspace and project files. See Installing and Building for more information.
A big thanks to our contributors: Oliver Ackermann, Petr Antos, Luis Alfredo, Tracy Arams, Roberto Artigas Jr., Paul Blankenfeld, Gerardo Antonio Garza Casso, Jean-Luc Chervais, Maxwell Correya, Colin Coller, Randy Coulman, Jeremy Cowgar, DeusTech, Kim Dong, Helmut Enck-Radana, Jeff Ferguson, Mark Gabor, Mauro Giubileo, Tony Hallett, Steve Heyns, Jennie Hill, Jean-Charles Hoarau, Cor de Jong, Kevin Kinnell, Martin Ledoux, Björn Lietz-Spendig, Mal Malakov, Julien Marmin, Claudio Mascioni, Andrew McKinlay, Valerio Muzi, Santiago Ottonello, Tomas Polak, Andrew Price, Francek Prijatelj, Arne Christian Riis, Jos van Roosmalen, Jussi Salmela, Johan Samyn, Jos Schaars, Victor Schappert, Stefan Schmiedl, Mateus Vendramini. (My apologies if I missed anyone!)