The Black Duck Open Hub (formerly Ohloh.net) is an online community and public directory of free and open source software (FOSS), offering analytics and search services for discovering, evaluating, tracking, and comparing open source code and projects. Open Hub Code Search is free code search engine indexing over 21,000,000,000 lines of open source code from projects on the Black Duck Open Hub.
The Open Hub is editable by everyone, like a wiki. All are welcome to join, add new projects, and make corrections to existing project pages. This public review helps to make the Black Duck Open Hub one of the largest, most accurate, and up-to-date FOSS software directories available. We encourage contributors to join the Open Hub and claim their commits on existing projects and add projects not yet on the site. By doing so, Open Hub users can assemble a complete profile of all their FOSS code contributions.
The Open Hub is not a forge — it does not host projects and code. The Open Hub is a directory and community, offering analytics and search services and tools. By connecting to project source code repositories, analyzing both the code’s history and ongoing updates, and attributing those updates to specific contributors, the Black Duck Open Hub can provide reports about the composition and activity of project code bases and aggregate this data to track the changing demographics of the FOSS world.
The Black Duck Open Hub is owned and operated by Black Duck Software.
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About Black Duck Software
Black Duck provides the world’s only end-to-end OSS Logistics solution, enabling enterprises of every size to optimize the opportunities and solve the logistical challenges that come with open source adoption and management. As part of the greater open source community, Black Duck connects developers to comprehensive OSS resources through the Black Duck Open Hub (formerly Ohloh), and to the latest commentary from industry experts through the Open Source Delivers blog. Black Duck also hosts the Open Source Think Tank, an international event where thought leaders collaborate on the future of open source. Black Duck is headquartered near Boston and has offices in San Mateo, London, Paris, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Seoul, and Beijing. For more information about how to leverage open source to deliver faster innovation, greater creativity, and improved efficiency, visit www.blackducksoftware.com and follow the company at @black_duck_sw.