Want Mac apps? Go to MacForge.
It's always nice to see open-source oriented companies using the software they so often crow about. Zenoss proves to be popular with Sourceforge users and the site itself.
Open-source project hosting site SourceForge.net is embracing OpenID--an open-source single sign-on technology that allows an individual to jump between online accounts without re-entering a username and password each time.
The company has a service for hosting applications, but it's one that could benefit from expansion to commercial open-source applications.
SourceForge wasn't a very good software company, but it's proving to be a competent media company.
Will Google displace Sourceforge? Should we care?
The code repository "played a game of cat and mouse" with an interloper and says "no harm done." But should we be concerned?
SourceForge remains an important part of the open-source ecosystem. Its move to provide virtualized instances of applications is a new way for people to consume software.
Researchers have demonstrated that there are only 18,000 actively developed open-source projects. That's an amazingly...high number. Here's why.
Forge.mil enables Defense Department employees to collaborate on open-source software, a major shift in government adoption of open source.