The Linux Foundation is a non-profit consortium dedicated to fostering the growth of Linux.
The Diagnostic and Monitoring workgroup provides certain services and infrastructures to its members:
Projects hosted on diamon.org can have their own minisite, adapted to suit the needs of the project and to reflect its distinct nature. Smaller projects also have the possibility to have a dedicated section right on the projects page, with possibility of conversion to a minisite as needed. Larger projects with pre-existing websites and communities can also be accommodated.
Issue trackers are provided via the Linux Foundation, using Bugzilla. Multiple trackers can be created as needed.
Hosting for Git repositories is also provided through the Linux Foundation. As with issue trackers, multiple repositories can be created as necessary.
The DiaMon Workgroup has a wiki which can be used by members for their projects.
Currently a single mailing list exists for all DiaMon related topics, diamon-discuss. There is, however, the possibility of having multiple mailing lists if the need arises.