Hosting services for open-source projects. This category focuses on open source project hosting only - commercial hosting services will not be listed - wrong submissions will cause a delay in getting your site listed.
Free project hosting especially for software to do with Debian. Repository is accessible by SVN/CVS.
Free open source project hosting from Microsoft. It provides a source code repository with access over Subversion, CodePlex Client, Teamprise Explorer, Visual Studio Team Explorer. It has an issue tracking system, a forum for discussions, a release management system and wiki pages. CodePlex doesn't support the GPLv3 license but GPLv2 is allowed.
Provides free Internet and application services, such as CVS, WWW, FTP, PHP, MySQL, and maillists for selected members of the international Open Source software community.
Online project hosting using Git. Includes source-code browser, in-line editing, wikis, and ticketing. Free for public open-source code. Commercial closed source hosting is also available.
Provides Git repository management, code reviews, issue tracking, activity feeds and wikis. GitLab itself is also free software.
This site is run by FSF France. It's similar to SourceForge and Savannah in that it allows people to host open source projects.
Free open source project hosting. Repository based on the Bazaar VCS.
A collaboration website for research and development of open-source projects.
Hosting for free projects run on free operating systems, without any proprietary software dependencies.
Hosting for the official GNU software.
Resources for open-source developers and a directory of in-development open-source software.
Tightly-focused site hosting open source projects that build software engineering tools.
Offers localization hosting for free software projects and services such as a translation memory, a glossary, and suggestions with voting.
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