Maxim Sobolev wrote: > > Sourceforge is based on the premise that you can create an > > Open Source project by declaring one, which is untrue. If > > you want my opnions in detail, check the -chat and -advocacy > > archives. > > I am not sure how this could defeat the fact that you can get a necessary > ftp/www/cvs/etc space easily.
It doesn't defeat that. It only defeats the project living on after I am run over by a bus, since the project will be unable to attract outside participation if it is hosted at SourceForge. You can't cookie-cutter Open Source projects, at least not the way they are trying to do it. As I said before, you need to read my objections in the -current and -advocacy lists. Realize that I have participated in the genesis of no less than 5 open source projects, 4 of which are still going. -- Terry To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message