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.

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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, ...
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