A short moniker which becomes your http://freshcode.club/projects/name.
May contain letters, numbers, hyphen or underscore.
Prefer semantic versioning for releases.
Tells about the stability or target audience of the current release.
minor featureminor bugfixmajor featuremajor bugfixsecuritydocumentationcleanuphidden
Indicate the significance and primary scope of this release.
Summarize the changes in this release. Documentation additions are as
interesting as new features or fixed issues.
In particular for the download link one could apply the
An ini-style list of URLs like src = http://foo, deb = http://bar.
Use customized label tags, common link names are e.g. RPM / DEB / Manual / Release-Notes / Forum, etc.
Either URL may contain a $version placeholder
src = http://foo, deb = http://bar
You can skip this section.
But future release submissions can be automated, with a
normalized Changelog, or releases.json, or an extraction ruleset
for your VCS or project homepage.
See also the Autoupdate Howto
This is the primary source for releases.json or a Changelog.
It's also initially used for Regex rules in absence of override URLs. GitHub and SourceForge
links are usually autodiscovered.
Rules (URLs, Regex, XPath, jQuery)
Regex/Xpath automated updates
expect a list of field = .. rules. Define an URL and then associated RegExp, XPath or jQuery selectors
for the version= and changes= fields, and optionally for state=, scope= and download=.
field = ..
You can update a release as often as you want.
List your name or nick name here. Optionally add a gravatar email address, or user@github / username@sourceforge / name@launchpad reference to add an icon.
→Lock this project
if you're logged in. This can be a comma-separated list of
password hashes, or OpenID/IndieAuth URLs. Note that you don't need an account. Passwords
and lock fields exist on a per-project basis. (Hashes are also used by freecode-submit API.)
Terms and Conditions
It's open source / libre / Free software or pertains BSD/Linux.
Your project description/text is shareable under the CC-BY-SA license / fair use.
Thanks for your time and effort!
You can submit FLOSS
or BSD/Linux software here.
It's not required that you're a developer of said project.
You can always edit the common project information together with
a current release. It will show up on the frontpage whenever you
update a new version number and a changelog summary.
Or import a project..
Automatically fill in basic project description
Which file format or service to use for importing.
Prior project name on freecode or sourceforge.
or File Upload
Upload a project.json or .doap or PKG-INFO summary.
But please don't perform mass-imports.
When copying from freecode/sourceforge try to bring the description
up to date. Edits ensure their reusability under the CC-BY-SA license.