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Wednesday, April 9 • 3:15pm - 4:05pm
Diving Deeper into Allura

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Apache Allura is a fully open source development platform, providing ticket tracking, wiki, git, svn, hg, blog, etc.  Dave will show you how you can run and use Allura, and explain setting up its neighborhoods and projects to best suit your own projects.  Allura and its toolset is very flexible - Dave will dive into configuration and features of each tool and the permission system, as well as introduce the extension points for custom themes, authentication, and entire tools so that you know how to put Allura to work for yourself or your organization.

Allura could potentially be used by many projects at the Apache Software Foundation.  Dave will explore these possibilities by explaining Allura’s import and export functionality and how Allura could be a good fit for interested Apache projects.  How would you use Allura at Apache?

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Dave Brondsema

Principal Software Engineer, SourceForge
Dave Brondsema is a Principal Python engineer at SourceForge.net. His team uses and contributes to Apache Allura, the Open Source forge platform, to provide the developer tools for hundreds of thousands of SourceForge projects. He works remotely from his home in Grand Rapids, MI and is involved with the local Python, Web Development and BarCamp meetups. Dave is a member of the Apache Allura PMC, Incubator PMC, and Forrest PMC. Dave has spoken... Read More →


Wednesday April 9, 2014 3:15pm - 4:05pm
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