14th September 2023: PostgreSQL 16 Released!
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Appendix H. External Projects

Table of Contents
H.1. Client Interfaces
H.2. Procedural Languages
H.3. Extensions

PostgreSQL is a complex software project, and managing the project is difficult. We have found that many enhancements to PostgreSQL can be more efficiently developed separately from the core project.

To help our community with the development of their external projects, we have created PgFoundry, a website that provides hosting for PostgreSQL-related projects that are maintained outside the core PostgreSQL distribution. PgFoundry is built using the GForge software project and is similar to SourceForge.net in its feature set, providing mailing lists, forums, bug tracking, CVS, and web hosting. If you have a PostgreSQL-related open source project that you would like to have hosted at PgFoundy, please feel free to create a new project.

Note: Many PostgreSQL-related projects are still hosted at GBorg. GBorg is the original external community developer site, and while it is currently closed to new projects in favor of PgFoundry, it still contains many active and relevant projects. Other popular PostgreSQL-related projects are hosted independently, or on other project-hosting sites such as SourceForge.net. You should search the web if you don't find the project you are looking for.