CollabNet announced two deployments of their SourceCast software
today, one creating a web site that will provide a central point of
coordination for projectsbuilt around the Mozilla project, and
another with Motorola to build a base of applications for their
Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition (J2ME) communications and computing
CollabNet's SourceCast is a platform designed to encourage open
source development by providing the tools needed to coordinate
projects, such as mailing list management, revision control, issue
tracking, and surveys. The handsets upon which the applications
will run are expected to be available in the first half of this
year through several iDEN network operators.
The Mozilla-related project, Mozdev.org, also built on SourceCast,
is being provided by CollabNet to bring numerous projects built
around Mozilla to a central location. The site currently lists over
twenty projects including a role-playing game engine, a theme
builder, an advanced bookmark management tool, and the popular
Aphrodite theme/interface project.
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