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[Savannah-hackers-public] Helping in Savannah

From: Franco Iacomella
Subject: [Savannah-hackers-public] Helping in Savannah
Date: Sat, 8 Mar 2008 06:25:26 -0800

Karl (Berry) told me that Savannah Admin project is needs an active
projects reviewer and asked for my help. So, I following the "How to
become a savannah hacker" guide, here is 2 answers for pending
revision projects (shoot and hybrid).


        Its Ok. A copy of GPLv3 license is included in the package. As no
source code is provided I cannot say anything about legal notices in

Source code:
        No source code is provided, so Its not possible to check license
compatibility or dependencies problems. Source code must be included
before Savannah can aprove your project.

Other notes:
        A README file is included with contact information but no information
about versions, supported platforms or authors names.

        The project cannot be approved until the source code is provided. If
the developer needs Savannah right now,  an explanation is needed.


        Its Ok. A copy of GPLv2 license is included in the package. The legal
notices in the source files are ok.

Source code:
        Source code is provided but it cannot be compiled because ELKlib is
required. This library is not available for download, so I cannot
check if the source compile and works in a free OS. As ELKlib is
already a Savannah approved project, I assume that this dependencies
doesn't have compatibility problems.

        Project can be approved, bust must be checked when ELKlib is released.

I wait for your comments.


Franco Iacomella
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