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    About CoApp

    What is CoApp?

    The CoApp project aims to create a vibrant Open Source ecosystem on Windows by providing the technologies needed to build a complete community-driven Package Management System, along with tools to enable developers to take advantage of features of the Windows platform.

    For more complete description, read our quick overview of CoApp

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    CoApp Team

    Garrett Serack is the architect,the lead developer and the manager of the CoApp project.

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    License & Copyright

    The CoApp project is developed and maintained under the Apache License, 2.0.

    The CoApp project is hosted on GitHub under the organization CoApp at https://github.com/coapp/.


    To facilitate community involvement, the CoApp project has a public governance model. The governance model describes how project decisions are made and how project members can earn additional responsibilities.


    If you have a question or query to the CoApp project team, there are numerous means of contact, depending on your interest and preference.

    Specifically to the nature of your request, you can:
    - send e-mail to the mailing list
    - join the IRC channel
    - tweet @CoApp
    - submit a bug report or feature request