Welcome to codeblue!
codeblue hosts software projects developed at the University of Michigan. Like Assembla and SourceForge, codeblue hosts source code and provides a complete set of collaborative development tools. Unlike the other freely available hosting options, codeblue will host both open and closed source projects: an absolute must for any research group developing internal code. Open projects exhibit a UMich brand identity by being located under the codeblue.umich.edu URL.
- Browse the projects hosted here
- New user? Log in with your umich uniqname and kerberos password to automatically create an account.
- Don't have a uniqname? Register a new account.
- Registered? Sign in to enable commenting, issue creation, and visibility of non-public projects
- Want to know more? Read the information available in the wiki
Comments? Suggestions? Requests? Go to codeblue project page and create an new issue.
U-M Linux Community (04/23/2012 01:31 pm)
This is a parent project for various U-M Linux initiatives, including sub-projects for kickstart files and RPM .spec files.
HOOMD-blue (09/27/2011 10:54 am)
Many-particle dynamics fast on GPUs.
SMAC (09/08/2010 02:16 pm)
SMAC -- Shape Matching Analysis Code. Shape matching is a method used in computer science applications to identify unknown objects. Common applications include retrieving fingerprints from a criminal database or verifying signatures electronically. In the context of particle systems, we can use shape matching methods to create highly-specific ad hoc order parameters. Our aim is to incorporate these new techniques into a standard C++/python toolkit that can be applied broadly to studying assembly in experiments and simulations....
codeblue (03/14/2010 08:46 pm)
Documentation and issue tracking for the codeblue server.