This page describes the technical services made available to the OW2 projects. Project leaders and contributors should check this page to get information about the version of the tools, and how to use them.
You can click on each logo to find basic information about the software we operate, and the instructions for using it.
Projects can develop their website using XWiki.
Linked User Directory:Main
XWiki Enterprise is a professional wiki with enterprise features such as Blog, strong rights management, LDAP authentication, PDF export, full skining and more. It also includes an advanced Form and scripting engine making it a development environment for data-based applications. It has powerful extensibility features such as scripting in pages, plugins and a highly modular architecture.
XWikiHomepage : XWiki
Documentation : online -
Url : http://projects.ow2.org/
Maven artifact management.
Nexus manages Maven software artifacts required for development, deployment and provisioning. If you develop software using Apache Maven, Nexus can help you share those artifacts with other developers and end-users.
This detailed user guide explains how to use the OW2 Nexus installation.The release managers should read the migration guide.
Pushing releases/snapshots is only authorized after the project has been declared to the Nexus instance (read this administrator guide).
NexusHomepage : Nexus
Url : https://repository.ow2.org/nexus/
Part of the Atlassian set of tools offered by OW2.
Linked User Directory:GForge
Bamboo takes your source code from checkin to deployment. Save time, optimize your builds, and deploy continuously.
Create an account on Bamboo. Try to keep your OW2 Forge username to easily associate your commits with your Bamboo ID.
If you want to introduce a new project/plan, send a mail to servicedesk -at- ow2.org, the Bamboo webmaster will get in touch with you for realization.
Atlassian BambooHomepage : Atlassian Bamboo
Documentation : online - pdf -
Url : http://bamboo.ow2.org/
Linked User Directory:Jira
FishEye unlocks Subversion, Git, Perforce, ClearCase, CVS, and Mercurial with real-time notifications of code changes plus web-based reporting, visualisation, search and code sharing.
Whether you're coding, debugging, testing, refactoring, or just keeping an eye on the codebase, FishEye puts the info you need where you want it: JIRA issues, Bamboo builds, email/ RSS alerts, OpenSocial Dashboards or your IDE!
Accounts are the same as OW2 Forge account.Ask adminow2 AT ow2.org to add your repository into Fisheye.
Atlassian FisheyeHomepage : Atlassian Fisheye
Part of the Atlassian set of tools offered by OW2.Alternative to the bug and feature tracker provided with the Forge.
JIRA provides issue tracking and project tracking for software development teams to improve code quality and the speed of development.
Combining a clean, fast interface for capturing and organising issues with customisable workflows, OpenSocial dashboards and a pluggable integration framework, JIRA is the perfect fit at the centre of your development team.
JIRA is open for read for anyone: everyone can see what happen in all the issues.
If you want your project to have its space on JIRA, please ask the webmaster (adminow2 AT ow2.org).
Atlassian JiraHomepage : Atlassian Jira
Url : http://jira.ow2.org/
The main entry point for developers is the Forge.OW2 operates an instance of GForge.
GForge AS is completely rebuilt to make a modern, extensible platform with an intuitive interface that ties together a huge toolset, from Source Code Management (SCM) to extremely customizable Trackers, Task Managers, Document Managers, Forums, Mailing Lists. All of these are controlled by a centralized permission system and maintained automatically by the system.
Create an account on OW2 Forge registration, validate your account with confirmation email.Then you can register a project.
When you release files in the Files tab, you should first upload the file with ssh, as indicated.However, for this, we need to grant you the permissions (by default, ssh id disabled for security reasons).In order to have your ssh connection enabled, please send a message to hotline AT ow2.org or create a ServiceDesk task.
GforgeHomepage : Gforge
Url : http://forge.ow2.org/
GitLab is a web-based Git repository manager with wiki and issue tracking features, using an open source license, developed by GitLab Inc.
Linked User Directory:main
GitLab offers mainly the following features or services:
GitLabHomepage : GitLab
Url : https://gitlab.ow2.org
Mailing list management system.
Linked User Directory:Main or Own
Sympa is a mailing list management software, and as such it provides a couple of standard features which most mailing list software programs provide. In addition to this basic set of features, you may customize the software given the specifications you have for your mailing service. Below is a detailed list of features that Sympa provides. It has been organized to help you find out if Sympa meets your needs.
Accounts are based on OW2.org accounts, with email as login.
SympaHomepage : Sympa
Documentation : pdf -
Url : http://mail.ow2.org/wws
Sonar for code quality management.
Sonar is an open platform to manage code quality.
Ask OW2 administrator to run Sonar on your project.
SonarHomepage : Sonar
Url : http://sonar.ow2.org
FOSSology for code license management.
Linked User Directory:Own
FossologyHomepage : Fossology
Url : http://fossology.ow2.org
OW2 cloud test bed (ow2stack on OpenStack).
OpenstackHomepage : n/c
Documentation : n/c
Url : http://ow2stack.org/
Please refere to the infrastructure status page.
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