Xen

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License: 
http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html
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The Xen Project team is a global open source community that develops the Xen Project Hypervisor and its associated subprojects. Xen (pronounced /’zɛn/) Project has its origins in the ancient greek term Xenos (ξένος), which can be used to refer to guest-friends whose relationship is constructed under the ritual of xenia ("guest-friendship"), which in term is a wordplay on the idea of guest operating systems as well as a community of developers and users. The original website was created in 2003 to allow a global community of developers to contribute and improve the hypervisor. Click on the link to find more about the projects’s interesting history.

The community supporting the project follows a number of principles: Openess, Transparency, Meritocracy and Consensus Decision Making. Find out more about how the community governs itself.