The Open Source files for ConcourseConnect (OSI approved AGPL license) are being hosted by Google Code and Sourceforge.net. The reason we went with Google Code is initially for reliability and then later because the Open Source code base is synchronized directly to Google Code and you can review the changelog in near real-time. The reason we went with Sourceforge is because Sourceforge has a large inventory of Open Source software and for that reason it makes sense. Here's how I feel about the choices today...
- Having a current IDE for technologies and frameworks that I work with
- Improvements with source code repositories
- "100% faster code indexing, and an overall performance increase"
- "New code completion behavior with automatic invocation while typing"
UPDATE: Read on for info on my upgrade experience...