On 11/09/2012 10:00 PM, Cory Nelson wrote:
> Heads up, I just got a notification that PG is being put on the sf.net
> <http://sf.net> home page as one of the top projects of the month. You
> guys must have been quite busy, congrats!
Thanks. Actually freemind and I just restarted development 2 weeks ago.
So I don't know how they chose us.
Anyway, we added new screenshots of pgl (I saved the old ones locally)
and updated the project description (making it clear that win and osx
are not developed actively currently, and stating that we welcome new
Finally I updated the project to the new sourceforge version (all
developers should do a new checkout from the git repository, although I
think the old URI still works).
Tomorrow I'll probably make a new pgl release.
So we're ready to be featured on sourceforge (Nov 12-18) :)
And thanks phrosty for pointing me to this. I also got the mail, but
nearly ignored it because I thought it was general sourceforge news.
See you all, happy peerguardian hacking!
btw: phoenixlabs.org is back, but is heavily spammed atm.