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+ - Snakebite Open Testing Network On The Way->

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VonGuard
VonGuard writes "What's the worst thing about building an open source project, particularly a cross-platform project? Having to store a whole test lab in your basement or garage. The folks behind Snakebite are fed up with keeping SPARCs, G4's and old Windows boxes for testing. Snakebite is an open network, designed to give open source projects access to all manner of platforms, compilers, and operating systems. The project has yet to launch, but it's on its way and should be ready soon. As the folks behind the project have said: Why develop open source software on closed source networks?"
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