secodo.net consists of small community of programmers focused on creating, releasing
and maintaining code libraries mainly for java code stack. Most of our ideas comes up during
our daily work when we develop code for projects of different size, load and availability
requirements. Our libraries, in many cases, comes from solutions already working on
production systems and can generally be considered stable. We pay a lot of our attention to
make sure the code is reliable (have reasonable coverage by both unit and integration tests)
but we can not guarantee that our libs will behave correctly in every environment.
Apache Licensed code
Our libraries are in most cases released in accordance with
Apache License 2.0
(each library has it's own
copyright notice which at this time is aforementioned Apache License 2.0 for each library).
This means that the software is provided "AS IS", so we do not take responsibility for any
unexpected behaviour or possible side effects of using libraries however we pay enough
attention to minimize the risk of such.
Open Source code and contribution
Our libraries are open source and are currently hosted at
repositories. They are
available in Maven Central repositories and from there they can seamlessly be integrated into other
applications. If you wish to contribute, share ideas, join our community or release your
library under net.secodo artifact groupId please contact us. Please beware that for our projects
we require reasonable unit tests code coverage and both end-user and api documentation (if
applicable). We provide hosting for the docs if needed. There are no special requirements for usage
documentation. Whether it is maven site or Readme.md file it is ok, as long as it is
straightforward to follow and understand and is accessible on the Internet (possibly under
Maintenance and support
If you wish to submit a bug or feature request please do so by visiting appropriate project
page at bitbucket/sourceforce page and submit new Issue there. To find out the link to
each project please click on "Our Projects" icon and there you can find links to the
code repositories and project pages on bitbucket or sourceforge.
We originate from and are supported by
initiative. Brightone is
a great company with developers creating a lot of interesting applications for many branches
in the industry.