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Google Code no longer supported at start of 2016

As per the following announcement: ​Google Open Source Blog: Bidding farewell to Google Code

A lot of open source projects are hosted at Google Code, but it seems the market is concentrating. The loss will be similar to that of Google Code Search, which I wrote about earlier.
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Freecode gone already and now this...

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