While there are community resources elsewhere (GitHub, LinkedIn, Stack Overflow) the primary community tools for all projects in the Moqui Ecosystem are here on moqui.org and run on Moqui using the HiveMind application. This includes documentation in the wiki, issues and other requests, and tasks for development planning and collaboration among core contributors.
Over time we plan to improve Moqui and HiveMind to do more on moqui.org. Code repositories will stay on GitHub but we may add integration through the GitHub API to pull in information about commits, releases, etc.
The use of Moqui and HiveMind is still a work in progress, partly with the intent to improve Moqui and HiveMind over time to benefit community collaboration along with anyone who is using Moqui and/or HiveMind. If you run into issues please report them (as requests for support or bug fix here on moqui.org under the Moqui Web Site project).
All documentation for Moqui is available right here on moqui.org.
The main framework documentation for many years was the book Making Apps with Moqui (also in Chinese) but it was written in 2014 and is outdated. All content from this book has been migrated to the wiki here on moqui.org and is available under the Documentation tab.
If you would like to help with documentation please create an account here on moqui.org and request write/update access to the HiveMind PM application. Please understand that some level of trust is necessary for this, so if you are brand new to Moqui please start by participating in forum discussions and mailing lists.
Peer support resources are available to help us all help each other. Please understand that people who might respond are voluneers, people just like you, and Moqui is a community (not company) backed open source project. If you need more timely or consistent support, or support is more than a question on a specific topic, consider hiring a Service Provider to help you.
Moqui Forum (this is the primary community collaboration resource)
Stack Overflow (large audience, meant for questions)
If you are not sure whether you have a question or want to discuss something, feel free to use the Comments and Discussions resources.
The Moqui Forum site is the primary resource for collaboration within the community of Moqui users and contributors. This site runs on Discourse and has significant content that is also useful to supplement the documentation.
A special thanks to Michael Jones for setting up and hosting this forum.
Mailing Lists (previous collaboration resources, somewhat active, also get commit notifications)
LinkedIn Group (less active, larger audience, more general topics)
To submit a request for support, bug fix, new feature, etc use the My Requests screen in the My Account app here on moqui.org. You may also comment on and edit your requests there.
When creating requests please always select a Project for the part of Moqui that your request is for, and the request Type that best matches what you have in mind. Please also read and follow the guidlines in the Issue and Pull Request Guide.
For core contributors who have write access to the HiveMind PM app you can also create requests there, as well as review and comment on requests from others.
To report security issues that should not be disclosed publicly before they are fixed, please use the private [email protected] mailing list. This is setup so that anyone can send messages to it, but only members of the group can read the messages.
All source code for Moqui Ecosystem projects is hosted on GitHub.
While requests (issues, etc) and tasks for planning are here on moqui.org code contributions must be submitted as pull requests on GitHub. See the Contributors Guide and the Issue and Pull Request Guide for more detail.
Tasks for planned development, especially those involving collaboration among various community members, are in HiveMind PM right here on moqui.org.
You can create an account on moqui.org to get immediate view only access to the HiveMind PM application and full view/update access to the My Account application where you can submit requests (issues, etc) and more. If you want to be more involved in one or more of the Moqui projects or help with documentation please request write/update access to HiveMind PM.