As developers begin working with the source code of Blender, they generally take on coding tasks that interest them. But are usually unaware of who to contact for help should they get stuck, or who to go to when they would like their code reviewed for approval.
Although the patch tracker has helped with this, there can still be some confusion about who needs to give the greenlight on including a project and thus, many worthy project stall and die before ever reaching the source.
Here is the Module Owners List for various parts of Blender. If a project of yours does not seem to fit in any of these categories, please refer to the top level bf-blender owners for direction.
To contact developers on IRC, sunday meetings or mailing lists, see the Contact page.
This is the official Blender Foundation tree, from which the releases are extracted. New participants should join the mailing list, and can there submit patches (svn diff). Current project members can endorse new developers to get svn write access. Decisions are generally made in consensus by all svn committers (bf-blender project members), or when necessary by the Module Owners.
- Campbell Barton
- Matt Ebb
- Martin Poirier
- Ton Roosendaal
- Brecht van Lommel