This site features the following hosted tools for project members. Each of the following links leads to further documentation about using these tools.
ViewCVS source code browsing gives project contributors a graphical, browser-based tool to view project files, version histories, and directory structures.
The Concurrent Versions System (CVS) is a widely used version control tool for tracking all modifications to project source code files. Developers can work on the same files and coordinate their contributions through a common repository.
IssueZilla is a customizable open-source tool for reporting, tracking, and managing all project tasks, defects, features, enhancements, and patches.
Two open-source mail tools -- anzu and eyebrowse -- provide powerful, scalable functionality to administer, moderate, customize, and archive project mailing lists.
SSH provides the security that is required by software development projects. SSH can be used to create a transparent "port tunnel" to the CVS (concurrent versions system) server, unobtrusively insuring the security of the data exchanged.