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## Finding projects
There are a huge number of FOSS projects to choose from (certainly hundreds of thousands). If you don't know where to start looking to find one that suits you, then you may wish to browse through the project lists on one of these sites:
You should also look at the language specific development sites for any programming languages you know. For example, if you know some perl, you may wish to look at the projects at [cpan.org](http://cpan.org).
* http://freecode.com/ (was Freshmeat.org)
You should also look at the language specific development sites for any programming languages you know. For example, if you know some perl, you may wish to look at the projects at http://cpan.org.
## Multiple projects
In the introductory labs you will be introduced to two FOSS projects, and after that you need to choose a project for yourself to work on for your Saturday presentation. After that is complete you can choose to either stick to that project for your submitted project work report, or you can choose a different project. If you do decide to change projects then you should discuss your choice with Paul or Bob, to make sure you get some feedback before you start on the major assessment work.