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O'Reilly: Return of the Jedi

Dec 02, 2002, 22:00 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Steve Mallett)

[ Thanks to spaceman for this link. ]

"Tim Perdue is back. The original developer of SourceForge has been busily building, or fixing, where VA (Research|Linux|Software) cutoff or leftoff with its previously open source code. And, the end result is waaaay cool.

"I am seriously pumped about this app. GForge is a fork of the previously open source code "alexandria" that ran SourceForge. From the GForce website: '...the GForge functionality is important not only to the Open Source community, but to the wider business community. Since VA has not released the source in over one year, despite their promises to the contrary, a fork was necessary to ensure a viable open source version of the codebase...'"

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