The source code of Sozi is hosted in the following repositories:
Even if you are not a programmer, there are several other ways you can contribute to Sozi:
- Report issues about the presentation editor
- Report issues about the presentation exporter
- Report issues about this web site
- Translate the user interface of the editor to your native language
- Translate the web site to your native language
- Help others at the Sozi community forum
List of contributors
Sozi is mainly developed by one person with the help of many regular or occasional contributors. There is currently no development team per se.
The following list mentions the people that have participated in the development of Sozi in different ways: development of the software itself or additional tools, patches, translation of the software or the web site, documentation, promotion of Sozi.
If your name has been omitted, or if you do not wish your name to appear in this list, please contact us.
Olivier Banus, Quentin Bérard, Robin Berjon, Camille Bissuel, Peter Bojtos, Miguel Anxo Bouzada, Tobias Brunner, Anthony Carré, Paul Chavent, Kan-Ru Chen, Nigel Cunningham, Desus, Michael Demetriou, Dyblast, Eduardo Javier Echeverria Alvarado, Gianfranco Frisani, Jurgen Gaeremyn, Vincent Garibal, Maren Hachmann, Ejvind Hansen, Amir Hosein, Arthur Henrique Guimarães de Oliveira, IntraCherche, Aleksey Kabanov, Ralf Keimer, André Lage, Yngve Spjeld Landro, Lebendre, David Libralesso, Angelo Raffaele Liso, Litty, Marlon Ramos Lopes, Ed McDonagh, Hubert Maciejewicz, Hector A. Mantellini, Jun Nogata, Julian Oster, Jean Paldanius, Jean Parpaillon, Emmanuel Peyrot, Timotheus Pokorra, Enrico Rivarola, Antonio Sánchez, Guillaume Savaton, Fabian Streitel, Ahmad Syazwan, Marcelo Vaz Pupo, Kai Wegner, Jean-François Witz, Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér