Zanby Collaboration Software Goes Open Source



Via News Release

“MINNEAPOLIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Zanby, a Minneapolis- based maker of online community software, recently announced at the Open Gov West conference in Portland, Ore. that it is going open-source. The company released the code for its enterprise groupware under a GPL3 license and launched a community to encourage software developers to build new projects and help improve the Zanby codebase.

“We feel the best way to drive wider adoption of Zanby’s unique groups-of-groups architecture is to give it away and invite the open source community to collaborate with us to solve the most difficult collaboration problems in the world,” said Zanby CEO Chris Dykstra.”

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