Here you have some interesting links if you want to contribute to JRebirth projects.
We are using GitHub issue Tracker to follow features requests and bugs.GitHub - http://bugs.jrebirth.org
We are using a Jenkins instance to build periodically our releases.Jenkins - http://ci.jrebirth.org
We are using a Sonar instance to finely follow our code quality.Sonar - http://quality.jrebirth.org
We are using an Artifactory instance to manage our releases and snapshots artifacts versions.
We are also using it as a proxy repository for our team.Artifactory - http://repo.jrebirth.org
All our releases are sent to our Bintray repositoryBintray - https://bintray.com/pkg/show/general/jrebirth/JRebirth/JRebirth
and are copied to JCenter bintray repositoryJCenter - http://jcenter.bintray.com
Our source code is hosted by GitHub, and shared throught a custom organization named 'JRebirth'
You can browse our maven sites released at this address.Maven Sites - http://sites.jrebirth.org
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