The new sources for the redesign of gnu-queue are available from the Savannah development site now.
To further support and promote the GNU project, since GNU queue is formally a part of it, the development website will be moved to Savannah at
On 2005-06-11, due to the dormancy of GNU Queue over the past few years, Richard Stallman has appointed me (Koni, sourceforge user "cryptopup") as the new maintainer of GNU Queue and charged me with the task of revitalizing its development. Please see the queue-developers list archives for more information and the discussion precreding this.
Please welcome Mike Castle (firstname.lastname@example.org) as the new GNU Queue maintainer.
GNU Queue was featured in the November issue of Linux Journal:
I've created several doc categories, so users can submit docs on-line via the SourceForge documentation manager.
Note that the homepage also lists the "HTML Frequently Asked Questions" which also lets users submit and edit new FAQ entries.
I encourage users to improve upon the docs when they see a way. Please feel free to re-submit existing docs if you see a way to edit or improve them. Feel free to put your name/handle near your edit/improvements if you like.
1.20.1 now sends out jobs that can't be started to other machines.
Many other changes.
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