The FoxR project has officially been brought to GitHub. I’m excited about this move because GitHub is one of the most up-and-coming areas of collaborative open source development. I’m hoping it will help get a few more eyeballs on the library and maybe ven some people forking and adding ideas to it themselves.
After almost six months of dormancy, I have a few ideas for some small updates for a 0.3 release, then I think it’s time make some demos already to show off just how FoxR can help achieve the goals I’ve outlined for it. It should be a busy summer for me, but I hope to squeeze in as much as I can to keep things moving forward.