The development of Blackbox is a joint effort of many people. While only a handful of people are dubbed the BlackboxDevelopers, there are many many contributions from the BlackboxCommunity that make Blackbox what it is.
Feedback and user testing is extremely important for the Blackbox development.
We use the free services graciously provided by SourceForge to host the development tools for Blackbox. Every Blackbox user can and is encouraged to make use of these tools. You can:
- Visit the Blackbox SourceForge interface* to keep up-to-date on development advances.
- Subscribe to the relevant MailingLists.
- Use the development trackers:
- Use BlackboxCVS instead of the stable releases, and keep the developers updated on what you see using the above trackers.
If you want to get your hands on development-state source code, see BlackboxCVS.
If you want to work on Blackbox documentation, you can either contribute on this site, write tutorials and link to them from BlackboxDocumentation, or modify the manpages and README files that come with Blackbox and post patches on the tracker (see above).
If you are interested in translating Blackbox to languages other than English, please see BlackboxTranslations.
If you want to create or use Blackbox-specific artwork, see BlackboxArtwork.