#117018 Project removal request: x86info

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5
2007-06-08
2007-06-05
Dave Jones
No

The x86info project moved four years ago to http://www.codemonkey.org.uk/projects/x86info

All CVS history has been imported into the git tree there, all old tarballs are there.

The sourceforge site serves no purpose other than additional confusion as to where x86info's home page is.
No additional sourceforge services other than the CVS tree were ever used.

Please delete this project.

Discussion

  • Jeremy Fincher
    Jeremy Fincher
    2007-06-08

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    Greetings,

    Based on a brief review of your project, it appears that your project has produced a body of work which may be of use to other developers in the future. SourceForge.net provides hosting to a variety of Open Source software development projects, and projects producing documentation for the Open Source community. It is the policy of SourceForge.net that projects which have produced material shall not be removed except under special circumstances (such as some legally compelling reason, i.e. DMCA or trademark issue).

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  • Jeremy Fincher
    Jeremy Fincher
    2007-06-08

    • milestone: 104419 --> Second Level Support
    • assigned_to: nobody --> fincher
    • summary: remove x86info project --> Project removal request: x86info
    • status: open --> closed
     
  • Jeremy Fincher
    Jeremy Fincher
    2007-06-08

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    Greetings,

    In accordance with our data retention policy, this project does not qualify for removal. I suggest that you update the public information for the project to indicate that development has moved elsewhere and perhaps update your project's webpage to the new (relatively) development site.

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