There are a variety of facilities that offered for supporting Calibre2opds:
We post occasional blog articles to the Calibre2opds Home site (i.e. here) as items of interest occur.
- Calibre2opds Forum:
There are regular discussions in the Related Tools section of the Calibre forum. This is a good place to ask questions about calibre2odps.
NOTE: The previously dedicated forum for Calibre2opds on getSatisfaction.com is no longer active as they are now charging an annual fee for the service.
- Issues Register:
This uses a system provided by JetBrains who produce the IntellijIDEA IDE that we use for developing calibre2opds. This register is used to track changes to the calibre2opds product. Jetbrains kindly offer the calibre2opds project a free license as part of their policy of supporting open-source projects. You can enter and track:
- Bug Reports:
You can register any bugs that you encounter. In addition you can provide evidence and feedback on any bug. You will also see what progress (if any) has been made in fixing it. You can also browse the list of known issues to see if something you encounter is already been seen before.
- Feature Requests:
If you want to raise an enhancement request then proceed as if you were raising a bug. This gets it into the tracking system which both makes it visible to the developers and provides a mechanism for keeping track of status. You can t for a new feature.hen set the type to ‘feature’ to indicate that this is request.
- Bug Reports:
- Calibre2opds Source Repository:
The source for calibre2opds is held in a repository provided by gitHub. You can browse the source online, see the revision history, and checkout a copy to your local system if you want to try building calibre2opds for yourself.You are also likely to want to visit the source repository if you are interested in working on localization or using any of the customization features of calibre2opds.