A key feature of open source projects is that software produced is released early and often. In order to do this, well-defined processes for managing communication and software contribution are needed. A number of tools are essential, including mailing lists for project communication, issue trackers for release-planning, and version control systems for tracking the released code. However, managing code and team communication is only part of the open source recipe for success. Projects need to make themselves known to the world if they want to attract new users and contributors.