|This article relies on references to primary sources. (November 2012)|
|Stable release||5.3 / April 2, 2014|
|Operating system||Linux, Unix, Windows, OS X, etc...|
|Available in||Multilingual (26 languages whose french, english, german, spanish, italian, etc ) |
|Type||Collaborative Development Environment|
FusionForge is a free software application descendant of the forge (web-based project-management and collaboration software) originally created for running the SourceForge.net platform. FusionForge is licensed under the GNU General Public License, and is a fork/renaming of the code which was previously named GForge.
FusionForge provides project hosting, version control (GNU arch, Bazaar, CVS, Darcs, Git, Mercurial and Subversion), bug-tracking, and messaging features which can be deployed to run a self-hosted forge.
In February 2009 some of the developers of GForge continued development of the old open source code under the new name of FusionForge after GForge Group focused on GForge Advanced Server. The previous history of the codebase is documented on the GForge page.
- Alcatel-Lucent Open Innovation Community
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- projects.blender.org for Blender-related software
- Adullact - for free software related to local governments in France.
- Mulcyber - for INRA-related projects.
- INRIAGForge - for INRIA-related projects.
- Linux To Go - for development targeting embedded platforms
- SourceSup - for French universities and research labs
- Ocaml-Forge - the official forge for the projects of the OCaml community
- RPi-Developers - Unofficial forge site for the Raspberry Pi community.
- pgFoundry - for PostgreSQL-related projects
- Computer-aided software engineering (CASE)
- Computer-supported collaboration
- GNU Savannah
- List of Rapid Application Development tools
- Toolkits for User Innovation