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What is JavaForge?

JavaForge is a free open source project hosting site. It is the home for hundreds of popular open source projects and thousands of open source enthusiasts. It is powered by Intland's codeBeamer software, runs on Amazon's cloud infrastructure, and leverages the Subversion, Git and Mercurial version control systems.
If you are looking for free hosting for your project, JavaForge will be a good fit. Don't let the name mislead you, you can develop in any programming language.

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I have my project, but I need some help. Where do I go?

The software that powers JavaForge is called codeBeamer. If you are new to JavaForge, you might want to learn more on codeBeamer: Or you can browse or submit questions, feature requests or bug reports.
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Featured Projects on JavaForge

codeBeamer Eclipse Studio - NEW! This Eclipse plugin gives reflectivity and mobility to codeBeamer users. You can create and edit tasks, bugs, requirements, edit and commit code quickly without leaving Eclipse. You can do it online and offline. Even while off-line, you can continue working on the code, create and modify tasks, requirements, bugs, and you can synchronize with your trackers and version control repositories as soon as the network access is re-established. CBES's task list also provides sophisticated task scheduling.

Mercurial Plugin for Eclipse - This is an Eclipse IDE plugin for the Mercurial distributed version control system. Mercurial is dedicated to speed and efficiency with a sane user interface.

Tasks2GanttProject - This project provides an export and import facility between codeBeamer, the Collaborative Application Lifecycle Management Solution, and GanttProject, a cross-platform desktop tool for project scheduling and management.

CBLiveTracker - This project provides a simple time tracking tool integrated with codeBeamer Trackers and Twitter (best way to share and discover what is happening right now).

NetBeans ALM Plugin - This plugin brings Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) features to the Netbeans Platform and IDE. NetBeans is a fully-featured Java IDE written completely in Java, with many modules available, such as: debugger, form editor, object browser, CVS, emacs integration, etc.

codeBeamer Continuous Integration - Jenkins is a popular and powerful build management system. The plugin developed in this project integrates Jenkins with codeBeamer. It is used for integrated tracker and build management at USDA.

Luntbuild - Luntbuild is a powerful build automation and management tool. Continuous Integration or nightly builds can be easily set using a clean web interface. Executed builds are well managed using functions such as search, categorization, promotion, patching, deletion, etc. It also acts as a central build artifacts repository and download area for your whole team.

FlickrEdit - FlickrEdit is a Java Desktop application that allows you to display and edit your photos in a variety of ways. It also allows you do download or upload your photos to and from Flickr.

GeoWind - GeoWind is an open source GIS platform that integrates OGC as implemented in GeoTools within NASA World Wind. The vision of this effort is the creation of an open geospatial system that enables the scientific modeling process to be closer to a 'real world' experience.

Object Modeling System - OMS is a pure Java, object-oriented modeling system framework. OMS enables interactive model construction and application based on components. OMS is a collaborative project active among the U.S. Department of Agriculture and partner agencies and organizations involved with agro-environmental modeling.