The best way to learn about JEMMA and its features is to follow the wiki-based tutorials, HOWTOs and manuals indexed in the Documentation section. More generic technical and research-oriented documentation (e.g. papers, white-papers, etc.) is available here.
The JEMMA development team is always looking for developers willing to help us improving the system. You can follow this guide to get the code and set-up your Eclipse environment and develop JEMMA.
The main on-going, planned and requested developments can be discovered from the Milestones page or by directly accessing the JEMMA GitHub tracker. A number of small JEMMA-related project ideas suitable e.g. for BSc/MSc Thesis is also available Thesis Ideas page.
Contributions (new features, bug fixes, etc. ) can also be made directly by forking us on GitHub and submitting your pull requests.