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Tigris.org was an open source software development community. It hosts software development services such as web hosting, mailing lists, issue tracking, wiki, download, and revision control with Subversion or Concurrent Versions System (CVS). It was hosted by CollabNet, the initiators and stewards of Subversion, and ran CollabNet Enterprise Edition. Portions of the Subversion project itself were hosted on Tigris. Tigris competed with the better-known SourceForge, although it was primarily focused on projects for collaborative software development.


Since July 2014, tigris.org did not accept new project proposals. [1] Tigris.org will be shut down on July 1, 2020. [2]

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