That said, I'm a coder, system/network admin, and project manager "IRL" and I have some free time I'd love to use to help out in any way I can but I'm having some trouble finding the best place to start. There seem to be multiple different "work lists" that offer varying degrees of detail on what can be worked on, with varying degrees of when they've been updated last, etc. These are the three places I'm seeing at the moment:
- https://wiki.dspt.info/index.php/Worklist - Very short list with very little detail about the nature of each bullet point mentioned. Doesn't seem to be updated regularly
- https://trello.com/b/hBZnfihW/darkstar-project-roadmap - Seems to be tailored more for the main development team rather than newly interested contributors such as myself
- https://wiki.dspt.info/index.php/What_Works - Not really a work list but seems like it could be used as one. Seems incomplete and with information discrepancies with other sources
I'm also happy to spend time tackling stuff that's simply tedious, boring, and time consuming if there are things other people have been avoiding or putting off. I'm fairly familiar with Lua and have some experience with C++ which I haven't used recently.
Lastly, is there a reason the DSPWEB project has been retired/cancelled? My biggest technical passion is PHP web development and I'd love to work on something similar to what the DSPWEB project was intended for but I'd probably prefer to work mostly in PHP, moving to more of a JS/REST API focus after several useful features have already been implemented in PHP. I'm open to suggestions if the dev team would prefer a different approach.
Let me know your thoughts as I'm dying to help out!