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A Sourceforge for the Mac

Want Mac apps? Go to MacForge.

By Mar. 12, 2008


Sourceforge eats its open-source dogfood

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.

By Jun. 2, 2010


SourceForge embraces OpenID

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.

By May. 8, 2008


SourceForge wants to host your app

The company has a service for hosting applications, but it's one that could benefit from expansion to commercial open-source applications.

By Mar. 6, 2009


SourceForge finds its advertising rhythm

SourceForge wasn't a very good software company, but it's proving to be a competent media company.

By Mar. 3, 2009


Google: The new Sourceforge?

Will Google displace Sourceforge? Should we care?

By Feb. 13, 2008


SourceForge hacked, but not to worry(?)

The code repository "played a game of cat and mouse" with an interloper and says "no harm done." But should we be concerned?

By Dec. 6, 2007


SourceForge turns to virtualization for hosted apps

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.

By Oct. 13, 2008


Darwin at play on Sourceforge

Researchers have demonstrated that there are only 18,000 actively developed open-source projects. That's an amazingly...high number. Here's why.

By Aug. 26, 2007


Defense Department sets up its own SourceForge

Forge.mil enables Defense Department employees to collaborate on open-source software, a major shift in government adoption of open source.

By Jan. 31, 2009