On Sat, 27 Feb 2016 16:28:38 -0500
"Jose M. de la Colina" <josemai...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Magnus good afternoon, I received an email yours for [git-users]
> Consulting for Implementation. Do not know if this is a mistake, you
> know something about it ??
> I wait your answer thank you
> 2016-02-27 15:25 GMT-05:00 Magnus Therning <mag...@therning.org>:
> >
> > Jose de la Colina <josemai...@gmail.com> writes:

Hey, wasn't this ^^^ you who posted the original mail?

If yes, they you knew you were about to post your message to a mailing
list--a resource which makes sure your message is sent to a wide
audience of those who are "subscribed" to that mailing list, and hence
anyone is free to reply to your message (or ignore it).
Here [1], you might see how your message looks in the context of the
mailing list you've sent it to.

As to the essense of your question, I could only recap what Magnus told
you: Git is not a commercial product and hence it does not have any
"representatives" in the sense of "an official person dedicated for
communicating with clients".  Being a piece of free/open-source software
(FOSS), Git is supported on volunteer base, like you post a *specific*
question related it to some support venue (this list, main Git list,
the tag [git] on StackOverflow etc) and wait for reply from
someone willing to help.

To recap, please be specific: since no one on such volunteer forums is
paid to support you, "hands-holding" questions are unlikely to be
answered--simply because very basic/general questions are to be solved
(or, rather, prevented) by reading books and HOWTOs which exist in
abundance, with many of them available freely [2, 3].

If you have a specific question or question, please feel free to
formulate it and post here, and we'll try to help you.

1. https://groups.google.com/d/topic/git-users/QqHCflsGXfo/discussion
2. https://git-scm.com/documentation
3. https://git-scm.com/book

> > > good afternoon GIT Community
> > >
> > > We are a group of people interested to use the management software
> > > versions of GIT for the solution of social problems and citizen
> > > empowerment in smart cities.
> > >
> > > I need to speak with a representative of the community, to
> > > explain the idea and have an advice of the feasibility of the
> > > proposal.

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