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Groups are arranged by subject and host for navigation. The links on this page arrange groups by subject. Organization by subject is useful when related groups are hosted by different organizations and when an organization hosts groups covering many diverse subjects. A group can be associated with zero, one, or more than one subject. If a group is not associated with a subject, it can still be accessed by the host list.

ActiveMQ
3 groups
Android
39 groups
Ant
4 groups
Apache
23 groups
Avro
3 groups
Camel
4 groups
Cassandra
4 groups
Catalyst
12 groups
Cayenne
3 groups
CentOS
21 groups
Clojure
16 groups
CouchDB
4 groups
Django
13 groups
Dojo Toolkit
15 groups
Drupal
11 groups
Flume
3 groups
Go
10 groups
Google
8 groups
Hadoop
67 groups
HBase
7 groups
Hive
3 groups
iPhone
6 groups
JavaScript
22 groups
Kafka
3 groups
Lucene
44 groups
Lucy
4 groups
Maven
23 groups
memcached
8 groups
mod_perl
12 groups
MongoDB
28 groups
Munin
3 groups
MyFaces
5 groups
MySQL
52 groups
Node.js
15 groups
Nutch
4 groups
OpenEJB
4 groups
OpenID
15 groups
OpenJDK
75 groups
OpenJPA
3 groups
OpenNLP
3 groups
OpenSolaris
2 groups
Oracle
2 groups
Perl
219 groups
PHP
138 groups
Pig
3 groups
PostgreSQL
76 groups
Puppet
9 groups
Python
214 groups
Qpid
4 groups
R
26 groups
RabbitMQ
2 groups
Redis
2 groups
Ruby on Rails
13 groups
Scala
35 groups
Selenium
5 groups
ServiceMix
3 groups
Shiro
3 groups
Sqoop
3 groups
Struts
5 groups
Subversion
5 groups
Thrift
3 groups
Tika
3 groups
Tomcat
4 groups
Turbine
9 groups
Velocity
4 groups
Watir
2 groups
Whirr
3 groups
Xapian
4 groups
ZeroMQ
2 groups
ZooKeeper
6 groups