pgFoundry was a community-supported website (
http://pgfoundry.org/) providing development / hosting support for PostgreSQL-related products, similar in concept to SourceFourge or GitHub. Support included access to a source control management system, web hosting, bug/issue tracking, mailing lists, anonymous FTP and mirrored download support.
pgFoundry's primary purpose was to foster development of any projects related to PostgreSQL; in contrast PGXN exists to support the distribution of PostgreSQL extensions.
As of 2020, the domain has been taken over by a commercial operation entirely unrelated to PostgreSQL.
Files from the
pgFoundry project are archived on the main PostgreSQL website at https://www.postgresql.org/ftp/projects/pgFoundry/.
An archived copy of the website is available via archive.org: pgFoundry.