FishEye for Open Source Projects
fisheye.cenqua.com is a community service provided by Atlassian and Contegix to provide access to FishEye for open source projects that can't run their own FishEye instance. If you would like to add a project, please raise an issue at support.atlassian.com, under the FishEye with issue type FishEye hosting. You can get a free license to run FishEye on your own server by applying here.
All java.net projects can now have a FishEye instance!
We are happy to provide hosting for anyone who needs it. This is easy for Subversion repositories but can be a little more challenging for CVS repositories. Raise an issue under FishEye http://support.atlassian.com and we'll do our best to help you out.
Self Hosted Communities & Projects
Why use FishEye
Your source code repository contains an abundance of valuable information. This is not always easy to extract, comprehend or keep up to date. FishEye painlessly opens up your repository and helps you get the perspective you need to better understand the changes you are making to your source. FishEye currently supports CVS and Subversion, support for Perforce is coming soon.
Located in Saint Louis, Missouri, Contegix LLC is a premier provider of managed hosting and advanced connectivity solutions. In additional to sensational support Contegix can also rent FishEye to their customers.
Cenqua is a development tools vendor headquartered in Sydney, Australia. In addition to FishEye, Cenqua is the author of the coverage analysis tools for Java and C#/VB.NET Clover and Clover.NET. Crucible, a code review tool built on FishEye is also under development.