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Repost of “Open Source OSLC-CM implementations in PHP”

Reposting from : Open Source OSLC-CM implementations in PHP posted on Helios project’s blog at SF.net : Steve Speicher at IBM/Rational has blogged about OSLC reference implementations and test suites. He’s been kind to link to our implementation, which uses … Continue reading

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Forges meeting report (COCLICO + fusionforge + codendi + others)

I’ve just returned from a 2 days public meeting (plus 1 COCLICO internal meeting) held in Issy-Les-Moulineaux at Orange R&D about forges. The meeting was organised by the COCLICO partners and welcomed the first FusionForge meeting, as well as other … Continue reading

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Some news of our efforts around OSLC-CM and future plans

OSLC-CM V1 is a proposed standard for REST APIs of bugtrackers, and in our seek for more interoperability in the bugtracker space, we’ve been very interested in it. OSLC-CM is quite young and only so far implemented in proprietary tools … Continue reading

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COCLICO started : many interesting development in forges ahead of us in the 2 coming years

We have started the COCLICO project this friday, with a meeting grouping many actors coming from various french regions, that operate in the area of open source forges (around FusionForge, NovaForge, Codendi, Trac, PicoForge, etc.). It’s a “Pôle de Compétitivité” … Continue reading

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Codendi freely available : a first concrete consequence of COCLICO

I’m glad the COCLICO project, even if not yet officially started, is already motivating interesting progress. Of course a first side effect was a more tightened community of actors who’ve evolved the still libre version of GForge into FusionForge. Another … Continue reading

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Codex liberated: here comes Codendi

Codex was the name of the forge developped by Xerox on the code base of SourceForge. Although Xerox once contributed parts as free software which ended-up in libre versions of the sourceforge codebase (in Savane or GForge, if I remember … Continue reading

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