The Codehaus is an extension of The Werken Company that aims to assist open-source developers by providing infrastructure and visibility to interesting, useful and viable projects. While the majority of the projects are currently Java, this is not strictly a requirement. Interesting projects in any implementation language may be supported.
The Codehaus differentiates itself from other similar efforts in several ways. The Codehaus places a firm priority on the production of useful code, and less on non-coding exercises such as voting, committee-forming and proposal-writing. Each project is provided autonomy to organize as it wishes and to address its own customer concerns and requirements directly. Codehaus is not entirely open to any and all projects. Projects must be sponsored or introduced through an informal manner by an existing haus-member and deemed to be "interesting".
Codehaus aims to support commercially useful projects, and thus does not sponsor or assist with projects licensed under the GPL or other business-hostile licenses.
Sentex provides excellent hosting services to The Codehaus. We thank them greatly for their help.
Additionally, ThoughtWorks has provided a generous donation which was used to purchase the new machine.
Of course, Atlassian selflessly lets us run all of their cool software for free, such as Jira and Confluence.
Welcome to the public Confluence site of the Codehaus. Many thanks to Atlassian for the license.
h1:Frequently Accessed Resources
h1: Going Forward
We're tracking some ideas, now that we've been around for a year, on improving the codehaus.
h1:Latest Haus News
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