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In the next few weeks there are going to be a number of changes to the Flourish project. As you may have noticed, releases have slowed down quite a bit over the past few months as I've found my free time being split between Flourish and my Sublime Text work. Additionally, I'll soon be moving to a new company.
Over the past few months I have found that the current infrastructure that Flourish is hosted on is preventing me from allowing others to contribute without giving them full access to my server. Because of this, I've decided it is time to move development and the website hosting over to GitHub. This will allow me to easily permit access to the source code hosting and developers will be able to contribute code via pull requests. Other benefits include moving the class documentation in version control for easier collaboration.
This move is going to have a few affects on Flourish and the website:
Unfortunately there are a few things that aren't going to be supported moving forward. I would love to be able to continue supporting these, but I can't realistically do so with my other commitments. Sorry!
There are probably a few other small things I missed, but I think that covers all of the big issues. If you are interested in assisting with the transition, I'd be happy to have some help in moving issues to GitHub, and possibly reviewing docs that have been converted.