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ModSecurity's Source Code Repository Is Now Open

I spent the last week importing ModSecurity's source code repository into subversion at Source Forge. I am proud to announce that a read-only version of ModSecurity's subversion repository is now publicly available. In addition to this, Atlassian has graciously given the ModSecurity project a license to use their software. We are currently using Jira to track reported issues, FishEye to track and analyze the code repository and have plans to add Confluence (a wiki) in the near future. Together, these tools allow users to test and apply fixes immediately as well as monitor the progress of reported issues and the progress of ModSecurity as a whole.

This is a big step forward for the ModSecurity project. The project is becoming much more open and feels more like an Open Source project should. Please take some time to look at the new tools. Comments are always welcome.


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Thanks Brian, that's indeed big news. Now I'm off to browse these ressources.

I write escribi a small article (in Spanish) of how to install and setup mod_security in OpenBSD are form of they put which it in External articles? that this is not the contact form but not found another one. Sorry my bad english.


Thanks for setting up Jira to get details about new mod_security releases.

It would be cool, if you post a short note about new mod_security releases on this blog or have i overseen a release rss-feed?

Sometimes ago i've wrote a short step-by-step guide installing mod_security on Ubuntu apache, may be it helps other (i have linked it clicking my name).


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