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  1. Wiki: Share a link to your project's wiki page, if applicable. This is where you can house essential project documentation, updates, and information.

  2. Code Repositories: Include a link to where your code is hosted. This could be a platform like GitHub, GitLab, or BitBucket.

  3. Bug Tracking: Specify the tool you're using to track bugs and issues, such as JIRA, GitHub Issues, or Bugzilla. Include a link to your project's specific bug tracking page or system.

  4. Code Review: Indicate what system or tool you're using for code reviews. This could be Gerrit, GitHub PRs, etc. Don't forget to provide a link to where these reviews take place.

  5. Documentation: Share where the project's technical and user documentation is stored and accessible. This could be on a dedicated website, within the code repository, or elsewhere.

  6. CI/CD Tooling: Specify the continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD) tooling you use. This could be Jenkins, GitLab CI, Travis CIGitHub Actions, etc.

  7. Collaboration tools: Mention any tools you use for project communication and collaboration. This could include mailing lists, forums, chat platforms (e.g., Slack, Teams), video conferencing tools, etc.