|Subject:||[Savannah-hackers] Re: Savannah Projects Approval (bis) PLOUG is a GNU/Linux User Group|
|Date:||Tue, 31 Aug 2004 17:39:19 +0200|
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The P:L:O:U:G had the project to become a registered GNU/Linux User Group accepted from your organisation.
We have changed the mention in our site so to correspond to your requirements: http://ploug.eu.org/
We hope you approuve that the PL:O:U:G is now a GNU/Linux User Group, and we would appreciate if you could mention the P:L:O:U:G in your directory...
Patrick Hautrive President of the P:L:O:U:G
P:L:O:U:G est un acronyme récursif signifiant (:Ploug:Libre:Ouvert:Universel:Gratuit:).
Libres sont les membres du P:L:O:U:G de lire, d'écrire, d'exécuter, de copier, de distribuer et de conserver l'accès libre du code source des Logiciels Libres.
Ouvert à tous, le P:L:O:U:G vous souhaite la bienvenue, merci de vous faire connaître auprès du P:L:O:U:G.
Universel, le P:L:O:U:G est une association libre de partage et d'entraide des utilisateurs de Logiciels Libres sous GNU/Linux et BSD dans les Côtes d'Armor en Bretagne, et d'ailleurs...
Gratuit est l'adhésion et la participation au P:L:O:U:G `!~)
Sylvain Beucler a écrit :
Savannah project submitters, We would like to get a confirmation from all of you who registered a project at Savannah when we could not approve new projects. Just reply to address@hidden, mentioning: - the project system name you chose, and - whether you still want us to review your project for hosting at Savannah, or not. If you cannot remember the project system name, try to give us as much information as possible, including the usual name of the project, your user account at Savannah, or the e-mail you used at the time of the registration. On September 15th, pending projects that were not confirmed will be deleted. We suspect that most of our remaining 500 projects are forsaken, but we would like to be sure that no project still interested in being hosted at Savannah will be inappropriately deleted. We had planned to do that about now, but since we asked you to only tell us about deleted projects, we now cannot determine whether a submission is still waiting for approving, or was simply not discarded by its submitter. We spent most of this last month on project approvals (we processed around 120-130 of them), and we got additional help from two new volunteers, Xavier Nicolovici and Thorsten Sauter, which means we now can answer new project registrations within few days. This is the last e-mail you will get from this list - and we double-checked that no member posting is possible; we apology for the previous 'spam'. When replying to this e-mail, you mail user agent should send mail to address@hidden, which is the preferred address to send your confirmation. We are going to close the list soon, since it will not be used anymore in the future (we will keep it up a week or two in case some people reply here instead of at savannah-hackers). Regards,
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