Discuss SciDB internals, developing user-defined SciDB plugins, questions about the source and other advanced topics.

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By NorthDragon
#3 Hi, guys.

Why don't you use some open source repository such as sourceforge or github?
I ask for source code link in Friday and still got no answer.
By becla
#4 We have been setting up the necessary infrastructure (such as this forum), and it look longer than anticipated, thus the delay. We also anticipate slower response in the next week, as large fraction of our team is at the XLDB4 conference and the SciDB Community Meeting, but after next week things should get much smoother.
By amanjeev
#3284 This post is really old and the repos at https://github.com/Paradigm4 do not really have the SciDB source (or do they?). I basically see a bunch of client libraries and help scripts for various platforms. Please correct me if I am wrong. The mirror at https://github.com/wujiang/SciDB-mirror is also outdated.

Just trying to see where the actual repo is. Thanks for your help.
By amanjeev
#3434 Thank you for your response. May I ask why is that the case?

If you are not, then can I (or anyone else) create a repo just to track? Obviously, with proper attribution and copyright notice you Padadigm4. Or will that be illegal?