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Short Take: Open-source Web site acquires software maker

OpenAvenue, an Internet site for hosting open-source projects and other collaborative programming efforts, has acquired Miradi to improve OpenAvenue's services. OpenAvenue will be able to use Miradi's software, which offers better project management tools such as handling communication among collaborators, governing access to a project or scheduling tasks. Terms of the acquisition between the privately held companies weren't disclosed.

OpenAvenue, an Internet site for hosting open-source projects and other collaborative programming efforts, has acquired Miradi to improve OpenAvenue's services. OpenAvenue will be able to use Miradi's software, which offers better project management tools such as handling communication among collaborators, governing access to a project or scheduling tasks. Terms of the acquisition between the privately held companies weren't disclosed.