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Re: sourceforge

From: etienne grossmann
Subject: Re: sourceforge
Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 08:38:52 +0000 (WET)


# From: "Matthew W. Roberts" <address@hidden>
# I'm the someone in question.  Sorry I didn't respond sooner -- midterms
# have kept me from following the list more closely.

  How did "numerical analysis" go?

#  Anyway, I set up the sourceforge account with the goal of providing a
#  one-stop website for scripts, functions, etc. for use with Octave.
#  I'm planning to have a bare-bones web page up by the end of the week
#  with links to the Octave home page and sites with octave scripts.

#  I will definitely be needing help and would be willing to add anyone to
#  the project who can lend a hand.  Anyone interested will need to get a
#  personal account at sourceforge.

#  My most pressing need right now is someone who can help me get CVS
#  set up.  My plan is to let developers post scripts to the CVS tree.
#  The CVS can be browsed from the site allowing users to download
#  scripts.

  That implies studying the capabilities offered by Sourceforge, what
CVS and CVSweb are ... Should be possible. Are you already familiar
with these tools, or are we all beginners?



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