xPDO Development Resources
“Making the simple complicated is commonplace; making the complicated simple, awesomely simple, that's creativity.”
xPDO is built with PHP, for PHP, and stands firmly on a foundation of principles such as open-source, YAGNI, and KISS. If these principles are aligned with your goals for a PHP object-relational bridge and you are interested in sharing your ideas and coding skills with the project and community, please don't hesitate to contact us. Currently, the xPDO development team is a subset of the MODx development team, but we are certainly interested in adding dedicated xPDO developers with expertise in PHP object-oriented persistence.
Source Code Access
The xPDO project is maintained on GitHub at:https://github.com/modxcms/xpdo
There is also an xpdo-core project which only includes the run-time core of xPDO at:https://github.com/modxcms/xpdo-core
MODx uses the xpdo-core via subtree merging and this is the recommended way to integrate the xPDO run-time into your projects.
Bug and Feature Tracker
Don't hesitate to report or track bugs and features through our bug tracking system, accessible at http://bugs.modx.com/projects/xpdo/issues.
We will eventually have a community forum and wiki dedicated to xPDO, but for now, feel free to visit our dedicated sub-topic in the MODx forums at http://modxcms.com/forums/index.php/board,219.0.html
Feel free to visit us on IRC at freenode.net #xpdo. There's not many of us yet, but I hope that will change.
More coming soon...
Other resources dedicated to xPDO development are coming. Check back soon.