During the past week I have set up a repository for the plugin’s development on Github. This move should make the development of the plugin more open, and easier to follow. It also makes it easier to participate. If you are a developer who would like to help make WordPoints better, feel free to fork the plugin and submit some pull requests. Even if you aren’t a developer, you can help out by reporting a bug or submitting a feature request. And if you are just curious about what might be in the next version of WordPoints, you can browse the open issues in the issue tracker.
Oh, and this doesn’t mean that the plugin is leaving WordPress.org. Each new version will still be available for download there as always. Github is just coming into the mix to provide a better development experience, which in turn should translate into a better plugin. And who doesn’t love that?