See the Git pages for more information, tutorials, etc.
ImageJ uses Maven for its project infrastructure.
Maven artifacts are published to the ImageJ Maven repository.
Releases are versioned with Semantic Versioning.
ImageJ manages tasks and priorities using GitHub Issues:
Previously, the project used Trac for issue tracking and roadmapping, but all Trac issues are now being migrated to GitHub. See these links:
- ImageJ Trac roadmap - early milestones
- ImageJ Features report - a high-level list of features slated for each release
- ImageJ Trac timeline - a fine-grained list of changes to ImageJ
ImageJ has a Jenkins server, which automatically checks the code for build and test errors.
You can access Jenkins's last successful build artifacts from the Downloads page.
- News about ImageJ and Fiji developments, including status updates, observations and comments about ImageJ programming.
- Recent changes to this web site (not the ImageJ code itself).
- BugZilla database of user-reported bugs from the Report a Bug plugin.