Resources and Development

Mailing Lists

Superlance does not have a dedicated mailing list but the main Supervisor-users mailing list can be used for discussing Superlance. This is a good place to ask questions about installing or using Superlance.

Bug Tracker

Superlance has a bug tracker where you may report any bugs or other errors you find. Please report bugs to the GitHub issues page.

Version Control Repository

You can also view the Superlance version control repository.

Contributing

Pull requests can be submitted to the Superlance repository on GitHub.

In the time since Superlance was created, there are now many third party plugins for Supervisor. Most new plugins should be in their own package rather than added to Superlance.

Author Information

The following people are responsible for creating Superlance.

Original Author

Chris McDonough is the original author of Superlance.

Contributors

Contributors are tracked on the GitHub contributions page.

The list below is included for historical reasons. It records contributors who signed a legal agreement. The legal agreement was introduced in January 2014 but later withdrawn in April 2014. This list is being preserved in case it is useful later (e.g. if at some point there was a desire to donate the project to a foundation that required such agreements).

  • Chris McDonough, 2008-09-18
  • Tres Seaver, 2009-02-11
  • Roger Hoover, 2010-07-30
  • Joaquín Cuenca Abela, 2011-06-23
  • Harald Friessnegger, 2012-11-01
  • Mikhail Lukyanchenko, 2013-12-23
  • Patrick Gerken, 2014-01-27