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SourceForge has been on a roll lately, improving services and now acquiring Ohloh, which promises to make the company more relevant to software developers their employers.
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.
The 2009 SourceForge.net Community Choice Awards nominations process just opened, with some interesting new categories.
SourceForge wasn't a very good software company, but it's proving to be a competent media company.
The company has a service for hosting applications, but it's one that could benefit from expansion to commercial open-source applications.
Forge.mil enables Defense Department employees to collaborate on open-source software, a major shift in government adoption of open source.
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.
Sourceforge has released its 2008 winners of the Community Choice Awards, only some of which make sense.
Sourceforge.net has its Community Choice finalists up for vote. There are some really odd choices in there.
Nominate your favorite open source project for a SourceForge Community Choice Award