Publii repository added to GitHub; let's develop Publii together!
When Publii was first conceived a key idea was that it could be developed publicly, with developers able to work together to grow its featureset and functionality; after all, a collective effort is often far more effective than working alone. At the same time, however, we also wished to ensure that Publii had a strong base to build from that would guide the direction of its development, holding true to its original goals.
So without further ado, we're very happy to confirm that a new Publii repo has been created on GitHub so that developers can jump in and start making their own additions and changes to Publii. If you're a user who's not into coding, you'll still be able to get the latest releases from the Publii frontpage, but you'll also be able to follow development progress via GitHub if you want to see what's coming in the future.
Thank you all for your patience, and if you're eager to get started you can jump straight to the Publii GitHub repo by hitting the link below; we look forward to seeing you there!
PS: If you liked Publii project, please star it on GitHub.