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Phpsecaudit - Spike Developer Zone

Phpsecaudit - Spike Developer Zone
Black Duck plans to integrate the SpikeSource products and services into its offerings. The SpikeForge open source projects are being migrated to other forges, and we’re encouraging members of the Developer Zone to join developers on Ohloh.net, Black Duck’s open source project directory and community. As mentioned on the Developer Zone homepage, we will be discontinuing the SpikeSource website and the Developer Zone starting January 9, 2011. If you are looking another Spikeforge project, please contact us at spikesource@blackducksoftware.com. Read the full announcement.

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