[TriLUG] BETA-testing TriLUG's new GForge site
dave at matusiak.org
Thu Sep 4 17:16:19 EDT 2003
Awesome!! Very nice work, all! Time to find new projects to host...
On Thursday, September 4, 2003, at 04:55 PM, Ed Hill wrote:
> Hi TriLUG-ers!
> Its been some months since the early discussions about creating a
> TriLUG-hosted "projects" site but the good news is that a number of
> people including:
> Jason Tower, Hunter Matthews, Ed Hill, Tanner Lovelace,
> Jeremy Portzer, and helpful folks on TriLUG IRC
> have managed to assemble a GForge-based site at:
> The intent is to provide:
> - a SourceForge-like collaborative development environment
> primarily meant for and run by TriLUG members, and
> - a chance for folks to learn about GForge
> If you're a current TriLUG member and you're interested in hosting a
> project (however small or un-started it may be at this point!) please
> visit the site and follow the quick registration directions. Since
> is a "beta" period for us, we're asking that you please be patient with
> us. And we're only approving projects that have at least one current
> TriLUG member as a project leader.
> If you're interested in learning more about GForge or becoming an admin
> for the "TriFORGE" site, please contact us. I'll be happy to turn the
> GForge install/setup/maintain notes into a "GForge on Red Hat 9 HOWTO"
> Edward H. Hill III, PhD
> office: MIT Dept. of EAPS; Room 54-1424; 77 Massachusetts Ave.
> Cambridge, MA 02139-4307
> email: eh3 at mit.edu, ed at eh3.com
> URL: http://web.mit.edu/eh3/
> phone: 617-253-0098
> fax: 617-253-4464
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