SourceForge for open source development
16:23, 5 Jan 2000 UTC | Simon St.Laurent

VA Linux has opened SourceForge, a site for Open Source software developers to post code, trade ideas, and work together on projects. Though it isn't XML-oriented, a number of projects involving XML or focusing on XML processing are listed on the site.

A few of the projects listed are:

  • XMLcvs - a project to expose CVS repository information as XML
  • XML::XSLT - XSLT processing in Perl
  • XMM-Lib - An asychronous socket library for building client-server applications that is shifting to an XML foundation
  • GNU GLUE - A groupware project that hopes to use XML and WebDAV.

GNUTaxes, a tax preparation program, was looking for XML developers to help create its file formats.

Re: SourceForge for open source development (Guy Macon - 09:20, 20 May 2003)

Now that the W3C Advisory Committee has stopped all activity on the Amaya experimental web browser, is there any chnce of moving the project to SourceForge?

Guy Macon, electrical engineer

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