The Xith3d javadocs need a lot of work. As it is a huge task, I'm trying to get an idea of who will be able to help.
How I believe we could do it is if we had say 20 or 30 people who took a couple of .java files each week and fully javadoc'd them.
The goal would be to have complete javadoc's for the whole API (that's all methods, parameters, returns, classes, exceptions, etc. documented) PLUS all unimplemented methods marked as such (perhaps using a custom @unimplemented tag or something). Thus, once complete we would hopefully be able to program with Xith3d without looking at the source code.
No actual code changes would be accepted as it would be too confusing - although these patches could be submitted separately.
This would be a good chance of giving something back to the Xith3D community while doing something which is of a direct benefit to yourself and others.
PS. If you vote "yes", please also reply to this topic so we know who you are
PPS. This poll is continuing the thoughts raised in this thread