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Welcome to Project Kenai, Sun Microsystem's onramp for the developer cloud experience of tomorrow, where you can freely host your open source projects and code, as well as find and collaborate with developers of like mind.

 

What is Project Kenai?

Project Kenai is Sun's connected developer destination, where developers can host open source projects, as well as connect, communicate, and collaborate with developers of like mind.

How do I get started?

Anyone can sign up as a member and get involved with existing projects. To host a project, simply click the Request Project Creation button you see on your My Page.

What do I get?

User Profile

After signing up, set up your user profile so people can find you and see what you're interested in. Then join our users@help.kenai.com alias to find out the latest about what's happening with Project Kenai.

Projects

Explore the Projects Page to find projects you're interested in joining. If you have an invitation, start hosting up to 5 projects of your own, and share up to 3 invitations with your friends.

Host Your Code

With every project you host, you get up to 5 source code repositories, any combination of Subversion, Mercurial, and Git.

Mailing Lists

Use up to five mailing lists to communicate with team members and the community.

Forums

Discuss the project on up to five message forums.

Wiki

Start using your wiki to build information and knowledge around your project.

Issue Tracking

Use the JIRA or Bugzilla issue tracker to start squashing bugs and adding feature suggestions.

Downloads

Post your project download files, like the latest project builds, on a Downloads page.

What are the latest features?

For the very latest on new features and bug fixes in Project Kenai, see the Release Notes. Releases come out about every two weeks.

How does Project Kenai stack up to the competition?

Name

Code
hosting

Bug tracking

Wiki

Mailing List

Forum

Downloads

Online Support

Build system

Web hosting

Code review

Shell server

Project Kenai


max 5
SVN, Mercurial, Git


max 1


max 1


max 5


max 5

GitHub


Git (max 300MB for free)

Google Code


SVN

(outside)

Launchpad


CVS, SVN, Bazaar

(Ubuntu)

SourceForge


CVS, SVN

Tigris.org


CVS, SVN

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