[Bf-committers] Request for a Wiki account

Ton Roosendaal ton at blender.org
Thu Apr 13 10:19:14 CEST 2017

Hi Chris,

wiki.blender.org is currently only in use for technical documentation, release logs and design documents made by the various module teams in Blender. It's not for discussions or reviews.

I think you're much better off contributing on the reviews and task discussions on developer.blender.org.

It's also important to carefully read the 'get involved' section for devs:

And make a selection which team or module you like to contribute to. Joining a mailing list is a good first step. 

Assuming you want to help with UI, workflow or usablity in general - try to the bf-interface list. People active in that list often post design tasks on the developer.blender.org site.

Like this:

(One of the main usability issues we should solve is the developer.blender.org site.
It's using Phabricator, a Facebook project, clearly not designed with users in mind. We need web devs!)



Ton Roosendaal  -  ton at blender.org   -   www.blender.org
Chairman Blender Foundation, Director Blender Institute
Entrepotdok 57A, 1018 AD, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

> On 12 Apr 2017, at 20:43, Chris Offner <chrisoffner3d at gmail.com> wrote:
> Heyho Blender devs,
> hereby I'd like to request a wiki account so that I can contribute to
> discussions both technical and design-related.
> Some of you may have seen my videos in
> https://blenderartists.org/forum/showthread.php?395328-A-MODO-artist-learns-Blender-Newest-video-7-Parenting
> and others from reports like https://developer.blender.org/T51178 😉
> Either way I hope it's apparent that I have a sincere wish to contribute to
> Blender's success and progress.
> Thanks for your consideration.
> Cheers,
> Chris
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