Tweak3D Up Project If you are interested in working on an open source project for Tweak3D, put your name in this thread and I will contact you. We will be developing a system analysis and tweak utility for Windows systems. The Goal: Create a killer application that will help people tweak their systems, raise awareness of Tweak3D, and drive traffic to the site. What we need: Developers - You should have knowledge of the .NET Framework 2.0 and higher, Win32 C++, and you'll need access to Visual Studio 2005 or Visual Studio 2008 (express editions are okay and they are FREE!) -- OR -- if you have a desire to learn these skills and are willing to take on small tasks to begin with, let me know Graphic Artists - Experienced graphic artists and those willing to learn are welcome to join up; the first task of the experienced folks will be to develop a style guide to maintain a consistent look and feel throughout Writers - If you are familiar with writing technical documentation, that would be fantastic, if not, you should be familiar with using spell check ;-) QA - I want this to be a community tested effort so I would hope that you guys would all step forward and be willing to install the software and report bugs I will manage the project and also contribute significantly to the development effort. I appreciate everyone's willingness to help out. You'll be working gratis, but all involved will get equal credit on the project, and it'll look good on your resume. *Update* I have created the project at CodePlex: Tweak3D - Home If you are interested in working on the project, you will need to register at CodePlex and request to be added as a developer. Even if you are working on graphics/docs, please register at CodePlex so we can store all of the related work. Please go through the following FAQ on CodePlex so you know what you will need to upload and manage the project resources: CodePlex Information and Discussion - Home *Update* - 4/26/2008 I have published the project on CodePlex. The solution that is checked in to Source Control is only a shell at this point, but we have to put something up there to get the project rolling.