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Canonical opens Launchpad

Jul 22, 2009, 09:03 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Launchpad is a set of integrated tools that support collaboration and community formation. These include a team management tool, a bug tracker, code hosting, translations, a blueprint tracker, and an answer tracker.

"Launchpad went public in late 2007. With it, developers have been able to host and share code using its integrated Bazaar version control system. Besides all the usual development goodies that you get with similar projects such as SourceForge Launchpad enables developers to, as Canonical puts it, "support each other's efforts across different project hosting services - essentially making Launchpad a social network with a purpose.""

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