Mon, 19 Mar 2001 16:57:31 -0800 (PST)
How about those of us who had projects on bxxp.org? I already have a
pybxxp project on sourceforge (you in fact convinced me to take it to
bxxp.org ;-) Should we just put everything up on sourceforge?
Also, Kris, I don't think you've announced what this "transition" is
On Mon, 19 Mar 2001, Kristopher Magnusson wrote:
> we're still in a state of transition. lots of new stuff in the works. and
> there's light at the end of the tunnel.
> bxxp.org is going away and will be replaced with beepcore.org.
> the ftp tarball hosting, cvs repositories, mailing lists, and bug tracking
> facilities at bxxp.org are being moved to sourceforge.
> the legacy spacekits are being phased out. their replacements will be new
> implementations in java, perl, tcl, and soon c--all compliant with rfc 3080.
> they have been designed with
> beepcore.org is up and running on our staging server and will be live within
> a matter of days.
> ............. kris
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> > What's the status of bxxp.org? It seems like it hasn't been updated
> > in quite a while.... CVSweb is broken... etc
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