Open Atrium’s code is now in open beta! You can download the code from “www.openatrium.com”:http://openatrium.com, learn more about “its features”:http://openatrium.com/features, read “why we open sourced it”:http://openatrium.com/what_is_open_source, and the “check out the roadmap for the next release”:http://openatrium.com/roadmap. What we’re most excited about now is getting feedback from you all and growing the developer base over on “github”:http://github.com/developmentseed/Atrium/tree/master.
Open Atrium is a light package that’s extensible, both in terms of features and look. We’ve posted documentation on “how to build new features for it”:http://openatrium.com/build_a_feature and “how to change the skin”:http://openatrium.com/skin_it, and and we’re currently documenting other “commonly asked questions”:http://openatrium.com/developer_faq. As of now, out of the box Open Atrium is available in English, Spanish, and Arabic, with good progress made on German and Hungarian, and it’s being translated into a dozen other languages. We’ll blog more about the translation service and how you can get involved soon.
To follow up on Jeff’s post from last night I want to thank “all of the alpha testers”:http://www.developmentseed.org/blog/2009/jul/14/thank-you-open-atrium-alpha-testers who have helped make this release possible. We look forward to working together on github to keep making Open Atrium better.