Project contributions

From Drupal and Moodle, right through to a Git versioning system and Perl modules on CPAN, we contribute back to over 175 community open source projects. This list is in order of the number of projects contributed to.

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OpenStack Cinder (
Project for block storage within OpenStack. This is a spin out of nova-volumes.

OpenStack Designate (
Designate - DNS for OpenStack

OpenStack Glance (
The Glance project provides services for discovering, registering, and retrieving virtual machine images. Glance has a RESTful API that allows querying of VM image metadata as well as retrieval of the actual image.

OpenStack Integration Tests (Tempest) (
Functional and Integration Tests for OpenStack

OpenStack Swift (
Swift is a highly available, distributed, eventually consistent object/blob store.

OpenXcom (
Open-source reimplementation of the original UFO: Enemy Unknown (X-Com: UFO Defense in USA), licensed under the GPL and written in C++ / SDL. The goal of the project is to bring back the tried and true feel of the original with none of the issues. All the same graphics, sound and gameplay with a brand new codebase written from scratch. This should give it: * Fixability: Play the game natively without any need for emulators or fancy hacks, with none of the limitations and bugs that plagued the original. * Moddability: Tweak the game as you want. Sure the original was good, but maybe you think it could be that bit better or challenging. * Flexibility: Port the game to any platform, customize it to your liking, or use it to make your own far-fetched remakes.

Openstack Core Services (
Openstack Core Services Keystone Horizon Nova Cinder Glance Neutron Ceilometer

OsmocomDECT (
OsmocomDECT is an implementation of the DECT PHL, MAC and DLC layers for the Linux kernel, including drivers for the Sitel SC14421 and SC14424 baseband processors.

OurDelta (
OurDelta produces enhanced builds for MySQL, with OurDelta and third-party patches, for common production platforms.

P4wn (
A concise javascript chess engine, first written for the 5k web competition. It plays at the level of a lazy amateur, so is a good match for most opponents. In 2012 it was updated, deobfuscated, and shifted into git.