I've got an RSS news from sourceforge recently, original available here:
From the hosted apps we are using mediawiki, and that is specified as
ktechlab's website. It seems that until September, we have to migrate the
wiki. We have to look for a future-proof upgrade path.
I'm pasting the beginning of the blog entry linked above at the end of
From the blog:
Hosted apps retirement
At SourceForge, we’re continually pushing the developer experience
forward, trying to provide you with the tools and services that you need
to develop on your projects.
Sometimes this means that we need to retire a service that has outlived
its usefulness, and is no longer maintainable. Today we’re announcing the
end of life of the Hosted Apps platform. Effective immediately, we’re not
allowing any new creation of Hosted Apps, and we’re asking you to migrate
those hosted apps into your own project web space.
Some of these apps were taken offline temporarily a few weeks ago, and two
apps – WordPress and phpwebsite – remain offline.
Hosted Apps will go offline permanently on September 1, 2012. This gives
you all Summer to plan and migrate your data.
There’s a variety of reasons that this is necessary, but what they come
down to is that the effort required to maintain this feature has come to
outweigh the benefits. Furthermore, with a single installation of each of
these apps, we weren’t able to offer you the flexibility of configuration,
plugins, and themes that many projects wanted and expected.
For those of you that are using the Hosted App functionality, you can
already get backups of that data for your own uses. That data is yours,
not ours, and we want to be sure that you have a way to get it out.
For Classic projects, you can get a backup from: Project Admin > Features
> "Backups" row > "Hosted Apps"
For new or upgraded projects, it’s in: Admin > Tools > Hosted Apps, Admin
Hosted Apps > backup link.