From: Curt Mills, WE7U (hacker_at_tc.fluke.com)
Date: Fri Oct 25 2002 - 20:29:53 BST
On Fri, 25 Oct 2002, Ian Edwards wrote: > UPS license > ----------- > Starting with 3.38-beta1 UPS will be released under the GNU GPL. Good to hear! Either BSD'ish or GPL'ish are good. > SourceForge > ----------- > There is now an UPS project on SourceForge. This is, like, _REALLY_ good news! > Are people interested in making use of the various SourceForge > features (forums, bug tracking, CVS etc.) ? I'd highly recommend it. We moved a GPL'ed project to SourceForge Jan 31st of this year and started using most of the features. The biggest gains were the bug tracker, the feature request tracker, and having several developers able to access CVS directly. We still run our mailing lists separate from SourceForge, so I can't comment on how well SourceForge's lists work. The release process and multiple download servers are pretty nice too. Our project has seen a lot more development since it moved to SourceForge, so it's been a big win for us. It's also nice to see where we are in the stats in comparison to other SourceForge projects, but that's probably just my competitive side showing! -- Curt Mills, WE7U hacker_NO_SPAM__at_tc.fluke.com Senior Methods Engineer/SysAdmin "Lotto: A tax on people who are bad at math!" "Windows: Microsoft's tax on computer illiterates!" -- WE7U "The world DOES revolve around me: I picked the coordinate system!"
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