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SourceForge is providing RSS feeds for project content. The feeds available depend upon the SourceForge services the project uses, but do include file releases. For an example, take a look at the Zempt feeds.

Does your business develop software? How about creating a project weblog that allows developers to discuss features and issues. Then create an RSS feed for your bug-tracking database and integrate the feed into the project blog. This will create a great way for people in your company to keep track of your development progress. Zempt even has a feed for CVS commits. Using this, you can easily track exactly what’s being developed.

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