Core Development Team

wfview’s source code is copyright and written by Elliott Liggett (W6EL) and Phil Taylor (M0VSE).

Quality Assurance, documentation, testing, and repo management by Jim (PA8E) and Roeland (PA3MET).

For support, please visit and sign up. (We are closing the legacy support list on

If you’d like to support our work, please consider joining our community at patreon. Membership starts at just $2 per month, and includes sneak previews on upcoming features, as well as nightly builds.

If you would like to contribute code, please sign up for a free gitlab account. You can then fork the main wfview repository, modify and check in your code (oh, and test it too…), and then send us a “pull request”, which is how you can ask us to pull your code in. We also get a lot of requests to join the gitlab wfview developer team — this is fine, but please, send us an email first, because gitlab does not provide us any way to find out who you are or what you’d like to work on. wfview is open source software, and we look forward to your ideas, bug reports, and patches! Also, see our Developer’s Corner for code notes.