LinuxPR: Open Projects Net expands service to free software community
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"Open Projects Net, home to such free software projects as Debian
GNU/Linux, Enlightenment, handhelds.org, Jabber, KDE,
kernelnewbies, PocketLinux, Slackware, Vorbis, Windowmaker and
Wine, has embarked on a program of expansion."
"The founder, Rob Levin, comments that the network has
reached the point where it must increase its rate of growth to
continue to be self-sustaining."
"OPN was created to take on the task of providing interactive
facilities for support and project coordination infrastructure to
the free software and open source communities. We've grown from
about 100 at our inception to nearly 3,000 users, doubling in size
roughly every 5-7 months, and we include two Linux help channels
and support channels for PHP, FreeBSD, as well as Linux
architecture channels for MIPS and PowerPC."