OpenSearchServer has been available as an independent project in Sourceforge since April 2009 and proposed under the GNU/GPL 3 license.
We are very happy about the growth and strength of our developers’ community. All feedback is welcome and many people have originated product enhancements or new features delivery. This is the power of the Open Source and we are very grateful for the high level of participation. Explain your needs to us, let’s share our experiences.
The documentation includes tutorials, installation guides and manuals. The Wiki is the primary source for the documentation. It contains contributions from both the community and our development team.
We provide support and services for OpenSearchServer users. From the planning process through completion of the project, we will assist you to deliver your project on time and meet all your objectives.
Bugs and evolutions
The tracking system allows you to report issues, suggest new functionalities, and to track the answers to your requests.
The IRC OpenSearchServer channel is a live conversation with OpenSearchServer enthusiasts and experts to talk about the software.
IRC Server: chat.freenode.net - Channel: #OpenSearchServer
For information on what an IRC (Internet Relay Chat) is: http://www.irchelp.org/
You may use your own IRC client or our web page.