Zoph on Github
Every open source project needs a place where it can store and publish it's source code. For Zoph this has been CVS, hosted by Sourceforge for the past 10 years. A few years ago, Linus Torvards wrote Git to maintain the Linux Kernel sources and since then a lot of open source projects have switched to Git. Github offers free Git hosting for open source projects along with some tools to efficiently manage a project.
Github is very much focused on interaction and makes it very easy to fork a project, to make your own changes in that fork and once those changes are ready for the world, to invite the original project to "pull" your changes into the official branch.
As of today, Zoph's sourcecode is hosted on https://github.com/jeroenrnl/zoph and issues (bugs and feature requests) can be logged on https://github.com/jeroenrnl/zoph/issues, I have already created issues for every open bug and feature request on Sourceforge.
I will still keep using Sourceforge to host releases and this homepage, but I will use Github for development from now on.
I am inviting everyone to fork me on github.