Over the last two years the jBPM Designer has made huge progress and I believe is currently “the” open-source web-based BPMN2.0 editor.
Designer has been included within the jBPM installer since jBPM 5.0. Its repo has been maintained by core jBPM developers and the community in a GitHub repository (public) separately from the Drools and jBPM repo. This has now changed.
I am happy to announce that the jBPM Designer source has found a new home in the Drools and jBPM GitHub repo. We also have set up nightly Jenkins builds as well as FindBugs support.
This is yet another step forward for the jBPM Designer. Even tho people were always able to clone Designer, being part of the Drools and jBPM GitHub repo makes it much easier to find its sources and be able to contribute.