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adding project to sourceforge

 
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I would hope that the answer would be very obvious - so obvious that I'm failing to see it...
A programming group I'm working with has a project that we were hoping to add to the list of open source projects at sourceforge. I can't figure out the process for doing such a thing. Does anybody know about the process?
 
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Create a new account to use all the features SourceForge.net has to offer. Learn more about our project development resources and how to register your project.
 
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Thank you for the information and links.
The services they offer to approved projects look very nice.
It appears that any demonstration and testing applications that they'd host must only be based on CGI and/or PHP. So, no servlets or JSP's or JDBC or Java of any flavor. Have I understood the situation correctly?
[ September 18, 2002: Message edited by: Dirk Schreckmann ]
 
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Quote from web hosting info:


JavaServer Pages (JSP)
At this time, the SourceForge.net project web servers do not support the use of JavaServer Pages (JSP). Should you wish to use JSP on your project web site, it will be necessary to host them elsewhere.

 
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Thank you for the confirmation.
Another question: Has anybody ever experienced having a project turned down by SourceForge.net?
 
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Looking at some of the stupid stuff there, I can't imagine what sort of project would be turned down. Unless you're creating a porn search engine...
 
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OK, well that helps to shorten the list of potential projects.
 
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