Interview with Abdulqadir Rashik – winner of the coveted United Nations Data Analysis & Visualization Challenge for his open source tool!


Posted on: June 7, 2017 by OpenForge


—————— In line with OpenForge’s objectives to promote open source tools and software in the e-governance space in India, we bring to you an interview with Indian open source developer Abdulqadir Rashik, who recently won the coveted United Nations Data Analysis & Visualization Challenge for his open source tool! This is his entry and Abdul […]

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Introducing OpenForge – how does it work and why is it needed?


Posted on: May 1, 2017 by OpenForge


OpenForge is Government of India’s platform for open collaborative development of e-governance applications. Through this platform, the government wants to promote the use of open source software and sharing of e-governance related source code. In 2015, the Ministry of Electronics & IT, Government of India (MeitY) rolled out the “Policy On Collaborative Application Development by […]

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The Main Features of OpenForge


Posted on: May 1, 2017 by OpenForge


The Government wants to encourage collaborative development between Government departments / agencies and private organizations, citizens and developers to promote reuse, sharing and innovation. OpenForge provides many features for software development teams to collaborate. OpenForge provides tools for managing projects, tasks, changes, defects, documents as well as version control, continuous integration and social collaboration. Thus, […]

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