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Allura: SourceForge Open Platform Powered by MongoDB

SourceForge was the first major MongoDB case study — you can check Mark Ramm’s talk about MongoDB at SourceForge. Now they are releasing Allura which uses MongoDB:

Allura includes a customizable ticket tracker, wiki, discussion system, git, mercurial, and subversion. We added email integration to all of these tools, so every artifact has a thread with collaboration from a familiar interface. Extending this platform should be as simple as creating a new tool or mashing up the REST API.

Original title and link: Allura: SourceForge Open Platform Powered by MongoDB (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://sourceforge.net/blog/an-open-forge/