Now that FlexWiki has moved back into gear after the release to SourceForge last week, it's time to gather round and drive FlexWiki to a SolidRelease.  What do I mean by that?  Well, there are lots of bug reports and lots of features that people have been requesting for a while now.  I want to gather together interested developers and do something about that backlog: fix the important bugs and get some of the features in, too. 

Partly this is just to get a SolidRelease so that people who just want to just download and use FlexWiki can do it without being annoyed by the bugs that are in there.  More than that, though, I want to use this as a way to help developers learn about FlexWiki and how it works.  There have been lots of people stopping by who are interested in making changes to FlexWiki as well as learning and using its features (especially WikiTalk).  Since the time I can spend on FlexWiki is limited, I haven't been able to answer all the questions on FlexWiki.  So... I want to use this as an opportunity to help people learn about FlexWiki.  If there's a concentrated group of people working over a concentrated period of time, I'll be able to put in the extra time and energy to help those involved come up to speed on any aspect of FlexWiki that they're working on.  That's my deal: you help out and I'll help you learn and use FlexWiki.

You can find out more (and help define the project!) at SolidReleaseProjectHome.  And even if you're not a developer, you can help out with the project by contributing ten minutes to the TrackerMigration.