[Winpt-users] Status of the Project

Timo Schulz twoaday at gmx.net
Tue Oct 2 12:13:45 CEST 2007

Jan-Oliver Wagner wrote:


> anything of WinPT hosted at the GForge server will remain
> up and working.
> So, WinPT can be even picked up any time later on.

Which is a very good thing. With website I meant the
real website and not the Gforge environment.

> If there is no developer raising hand, maybe someone
> likes to take over the administrative tasks like caring for
> Mailing lists and forums.

I did not find a way to mark a project as inactive in
Gforge. Sourceforge has a special status "Inactive/Disabled" for it.
Even if I don't expect that much people will look at the project status,
it would be helpful to let people know the project is frozen.

But in my humble opinion, it could lead to frustration if
the mailing lists will continue without administrative support.
And I know the purpose is also that users can help users, but
in 80% of the cases the questions were pointed to project members.


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