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Today SourceForge is announcing an open beta period for a new set of tools for developers. Specifically, our engineers have begun work on new and better tools for project members who want to use our tracker, wiki, and source code management. We also have a new open source project management environment. And there’s more to come.

The SourceForge 2.0 beta is ready to roll right now. If you want to try it out, you can register a project at http://sourceforge.net/register-project and specify that you want to create the new project on the SF 2.0 beta. SourceForge Product Director Nate Oostendorp says, “Once we have stability, feature parity, and a data migration path with the existing tools, the new forge tools will replace the existing developer interface.”

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