Google Wednesday launched, a new website for its open source projects which the company says ties together all its initiatives with information on how it uses, releases and supports open source.

The new site will include a comprehensive list of open source projects the company has released, in addition to a more detailed look at how it carries out open source projects, according to Google.

Google has many projects spread across 100 GitHub organizations and its self-hosted Git service, so the company is also launching a directory of its open source projects to help give a better view of the scope of its open source projects.

The tech company also published its internal documentation explaining the process it follows for releasing new open source projects, submitting patches to others’ projects and managing the open source code it uses internally.