Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Forge.mil – But Were Afraid to Ask…

March 16, 2009 CollabNet VersionOne

The Forge.mil team is very excited about the progress we’ve made in a short time (about two months of ‘Beta’ availability), and we are working toward our launch window of early April (prior to the DISA partner conference in Anaheim CA on 20 April 2009). The first of our five community properties (software.forge.mil) is online, with nearly 1000 registered users, and close to 40 hosted projects.

We’ve received a lot of questions and requests for more information about what Forge.mil is (and isn’t), so, we’ve decided to put together a ‘webinar’ on 26 March 2009 at 1100 EDT. The webinar is titled (not surprisingly), ‘Introduction to Forge.mil’. It is a free registration to listen in, and we hope we’ll get a lot of folks to attend, and then hopefully disseminate the information we cover. Briefly, we are going to touch on:

  • Vision, goals, objectives of Forge.mil’s five communities of interest
  • Benefits of participation
  • How to participate
  • The platform technology behind Forge.mil
  • Capabilities and Timeline for new features
  • Experiences/success stories from teams participating in the Beta period

Please feel free to pass this along to anyone interested in listening in – we look forward to some good questions during the Q&A session afterward.

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