Git is a popular distributed version control system with broad functionality.
It is known for its speed, flexibility, and data integrity.
Use the largest free, managed, global mirror network to
distribute your files, and follow the download trends that
enable you to develop better software.
Mercurial ("hg") is a distributed version control system.
It is fast, easy to learn, and scalable.
Organize your project's bugs, enhancements, tasks, etc. with a ticket system.
You can track and search by status, assignee, milestone, labels, and custom fields.
Subversion ("svn") is a centralized version control system. In general, SVN is simpler to use
but not as powerful as distributed systems like Git and Mercurial.
Documentation is key to your project and the wiki tool
helps make it easy for anyone to contribute.
Discussion forums are a place to talk about any topics related to your project.
You may set up multiple forums within the Discussion tool.
All open source projects may use free web hosting with PHP and MySQL.
Available at a sourceforge.net subdomain or with your own domain name.
Share exciting news and progress updates with your
Use mailing lists for email discussions with other developers or your users.
Searchable archives are available with each list.
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