Amongst the various changes that I have planned for justCheckers, I have updated the website. I hope you like the new theme, which I think is much cleaner (even if it is the default) than before. Also I have updated the content of the website, to reflect the new changes.
Probably the most notable change is that I have taken down the Development Guide. Many things will change with the project, as I change it into an Android app. Many of the best practices no longer apply, now that I have transitioned over to Git. Since at the moment I am the sole developer of justCheckers, I think it is pointless for me to keep up a Code of Conduct or Coding Style page up. Many of the changes I will do over the next little while will be invasive, so my code will be of varying style and quality. My many goal is to release a working version as soon as possible.
Before anyone asks: no I am not closing up the project. The code will still remain free (as in speech). I plan on maintaining the project indefinitely. justCheckers is not going to disappear or suddenly become proprietary. However I have a lot of ground I need to cover before I feel comfortable bringing on more developers.