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Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] new fronpage text

From: Sylvain Beucler
Subject: Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] new fronpage text
Date: Sun, 15 Jun 2008 00:38:47 +0200
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.18 (2008-05-17)


I installed a new version of the introduction text (attached).

Feel free to contribute changes:
cvs -d:ext:address@hidden:/web/administration co administration/content

Check administration/content/gnu-content/homepage.txt
  and administration/content/nongnu-content/homepage.txt


On Thu, Jun 05, 2008 at 02:36:53PM -0400, Jonathan Gonzalez V. wrote:
> Hi all,
> John suggest it on the #savannah channel that we should maybe change the
> frontage text, which I think it was a pretty good idea since I think
> that the current text doesn't represent what is Savannah at all.
> Here is my proposal:
> Savannah, as many other sites, it's a forge, with a big different, we
> only host free software. All the software that you can find here it
> was reviewed and verified that doesn't have any license problem which
> include dependencies.
> Savannah aim to be a central point for development, maintenance and
> distribution of GNU Software and for projects that are free but not
> part of the GNU project we provide
> If your project it's part of Savannah, it means that it was approved
> as part of the GNU project or at least as a Free Software that runs
> on free platforms and use only free dependencies.
> We want to provide, as far as we can, a good piece of software to help
> with the work that lead a project needs.
> Savannah also provides space for GUGs that may need a space to
> centralize their work.
> We provide two mailing-lists that you may want to subscribe to:
>  * savannah-announce: low-volume notifications of important issues and 
> changes at Savannah
>  * savannah-users: discussion of savannah-announce and any user-oriented topic
> The software used to run Savannah is being developed by the Savane
> project. The Levitating, Meditating, Flute-playing Gnu logo is a GNU
> GPL'ed image provided by the Nevrax Design Team.
> Reviews, correction and  news idea will be good. Also there's a different
> text for, should we make it the same? there's a reason why
> the text are different?.
> Regards,

Attachment: homepage.txt
Description: Text document

Attachment: homepage.txt
Description: Text document

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