We are pleased to announce that we have unveiled a new Project Wonderland web site today. This web site, which you can access by navigating to ProjectWonderland.com, will now be the main portal for the project. Developer-focused content (e.g. wiki, forums, subversion) remains on the java.net open source developer site, but most other content has now been migrated to the new portal. Please spend a few minutes exploring the site to see some of the new content and learn how to find the pages you depend on.
The most significant new feature is the Wonderland Module Warehouse, where you can download modules in their binary form that have been created either by the core team here at Sun or by the community. As you may know, modules (similar to “plugins” in other systems) add functionality to the core platform and can be easily installed using the Wonderland Server Admin web console.
To get to the Module Warehouse, click on the large green “Browse” button on the home page. You’ll find that the Sun Labs core team has already seeded the Warehouse with a selection of modules. We invite you, members of the community, to use the Module Warehouse to share your custom extensions to Project Wonderland with others. On the Module Warehouse page, you can browse available modules by category, search for modules using keywords, or submit your own module (complete with instructions on how to do so).
(As a note: We have compiled and tested all of the modules in the warehouse against the latest version of the software–aka the ‘trunk’. You can get the latest software in binary form from the nightly builds).
We would be happy to hear your feedback on the new site and we look forward to seeing the Module Warehouse collection grow with your contributions.