All the source code of the WADE project, is managed through some subversion repositories (where subversion is a version control system that is a compelling replacement for CVS in the open source community).
Read-only access to these repositories is granted to the WADE user community under the terms of the LGPL license, where not explicitly differently indicated. In order to reduce possible annoying disturbing effects of web-robots access, a special account has been setup to access these repositories, where both username and password are the name (4 letters in lowercase) of our well-know and beloved workflow agent platform.
The repository trees can be browsed via a simple Web browser or, alternatively, you can prefer using a subversion client, e.g. tortoise, that enables you to view the complete histories of any file in the repository.
The WADE subversion repository contains all the WADE source code and documentation.
Of course, we welcome contributions from all users, including bug reports and fixing, suggestions, and sub-projects of WADE.
Proposals for new sub-projects should be sent via e-mail to email@example.com by specifying a short workplan with a description of the new functionalities, the impact on existing code, and the expected time for the first stable release.