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Journal: Jake looking for developers

Journal by buchner.johannes
Jake is the new kid on the block for team collaboration. Developed by students in Vienna, this serverless, open-source, cross-platform versioning tool is aimed for non-developers. What makes Jake unique is that the communication is done over XMPP, and that the look-and-feel is very native (unlike most Java apps).
We turn to Slashdot as we look for developers interested in picking up the work, forking it, contributing or reusing concepts in other projects. Slashdot already discussed the need for a painless, easy-to-use tool once. About Jake shows a small comparison to other tools.

"Stupidity, like virtue, is its own reward" -- William E. Davidsen

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