E-Commerce Times: VA Linux Expands SourceForge Online DevelopmentFeb 09, 2000, 22:11 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Open-source solutions provider VA Linux Systems announced this week that the Linux-based KDE (K desktop environment) graphical user interface and CMU Sphinx speech recognition system projects have migrated their development efforts to its SourceForge resource site.
"KDE and CMU Sphinx will join more than 1,750 other open-source projects that have access to SourceForge's 10,500 registered users and testers. The developer Web site also offers access to resources for development, such as communication and distribution, project management and bug-tracking tools, mailing lists and discussion groups, and Web, FTP and archival server space...."
"SourceForge's mission is to provide the best available resources for developers to create, test and distribute state-of-the-art open-source software," said John T. Hall, vice president of services for VA Linux Systems. "The addition of projects such as KDE and CMU Sphinx, along with the hundreds of other open-source projects they join on the site, is indicative of the widespread excitement for SourceForge."
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