Advancing open source analysis¶
Our mission is to build a community to facilitate the study of Free and Open Source Software by providing free data analysis tools. However, we have evolved to be a set of tools to assist in open source governance. Today, the predominant use of FOSSology is scanning files for licenses and copyrights.
The FOSSology project site is in the process of being rebuilt, organized and cleaned up. Tell us what you think at email@example.com. All comments & suggestions are welcome.
Please see the Contact Us page to subscribe to our mailing lists and/or join our irc channel.
Want to try out FOSSology? Try the demo server at the University of Nebraska at Omaha: https://fossology-demo.ist.unomaha.edu/
Packages for download are available from http://www.fossology.org/releases/. Or, you can grab the source tarball from http://sourceforge.net/projects/fossology/files/fossology/.
Confused about where to start on our website? Start here.
- Homepage: fossology.org
Manager: Bob Gobeille, Dan Stangel, Dong Ma, larry shi, Mary Laser, Paul Holland
Developer: Alex Norton, Bob Gobeille, Bruno Cornec, Dan Stangel, Dong Ma, larry shi, Mark Donohoe, Paul Guttmann, Paul Holland, Raino Lintulampi
Reporter: Bruno Cornec, Bryan Sutula, Cat X, jonas arndt, Scott Lamons, Valerie Duncan
Wiki: Alexander Kanevskiy, armijn hemel, Brunel Caroline, Bruno Cornec, Camille Moulin, Dave Finnegan, Dave McLoughlin, Gaurav Gupta, Leena Joseph, Liang Cao, Mark Menkhus, Martin Michlmayr, Michael Silberman`, Nayen Kim, Oliver Fendt, Pedro Gomez, Pete Jalajas, Senthil Natarajan, Susanne Oberhauser, Valerie Duncan
v 2.2.0 rc2 released
Antepedia Reporter Integrates FOSSology
Our friends at Antelink have integrated FOSSology into their Antepedia Reporter
Antelink describes FOSSology source install
Our friends at Antelink publish their instructions for installing fossology 2.1 from source.
FOSSology v2.1.0 released
Version 2.1.0 released