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Re: Donating Time Series Software to the Open Source

From: Dave (from the UK)
Subject: Re: Donating Time Series Software to the Open Source
Date: Tue, 05 Sep 2006 15:56:59 +0100
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Stefaan A Eeckels wrote:

There are a number of organisations that host Open Source Projects for

BerliOS <>
OpenSVN <> <>
safehaus <>
codehaus <>
GNU savannah <> <>
javaforge <>
Novell <>

They have various services, such as SVN or CVS version management,
mailing list support, incident/bug reporting tools etc. I suggest you
spend some time on each site to see which suits you best.
Take care,

You admitted perhaps the most obvious one - sourceforge. On sourceforge you can pretty much select any type of open-source license. They will even consider a completly different licence.

There is an open source license overview on their web page:

Dave (from the UK)

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