|FROM ||Matthew Hirsch
|SUBJECT ||Subject: [hangout] clean up the projects...
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Date: Wed, 19 Dec 2001 10:59:20 -0500
From: Matthew Hirsch
Cc: hangout-at-nylxs.com, moorman-at-sourceforge.net
Subject: [hangout] clean up the projects...
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It appears that there might be a little bit of to much redunacy
currently in the projects being hosted by sourceforge currently
and out on the net. While I do understand that there is a desire
to have more projects doing more, I believe that currently
sourceforge's biaseness toward creating new projects may be harmful
of the community.
Please read my comments on:
Btw, I just received note that you have been assigned the above issue.
I realize that the project to clean up projects is a masive job
and would like to join in it.
Personally, I think that there probably should be about two or three
projects to do various things but not more than 3.
The issue is that with enough hands all problems are small
but if there are many different groups doing the same things.
They will not be enough time spent on the project to make it great.
Opensource projects need to be great currently.
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