General information about the Joinup platform.
On Joinup a release represents an open-source software or interoperability solutions that is made available by developers to the user community who can then test, use, or explore it. A release is usually associated to a particular release number or version number. It consists of a collection of files such as source code, binary files, documentation, and support material related to an open-source software (OSS) or interoperability solution.
Both unregistered and registered users can view and download a release.
To view a release:
For each release, the release notes and contained files are displayed.
The MD5 hash is a checksum, or fingerprint, of a release file that has been calculated by the platform. You can use the MD5 hash to verify the integrity of a file that you download from Joinup. There is a very small possibility of getting two identical hashes of two different files. Many open-source tools allow to calculate and compare the MD5 hash of a file.