Ohloh.net opens data for community use

Ever since analysts and industry observers started using Ohloh.net data to perform deep-dive studies on various aspects of the free and open source software community, people have been wanting to get their hands on Ohloh’s data.

Today they get their wish.

Black Duck Software, which owns and operates the directory site of FLOSS projects and participants, announced at OSCON today the immediate release of all of the Ohloh.net data under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.