#44942 Abandoned project takeover: cce

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2003-06-19
2003-06-13
Tim Hockin
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I would like to submit my project for hosting on SourceForge.net based on the following information. It is my understanding that the UNIX name I selected is currently in use (either by another active project, a deleted project, or by an "on-hold" project). This Tracker item has been autogenerated by the Project Registration system (https://sourceforge.net/register/) on SourceForge.net.

The settings (priority, assignee, etc.) of this request should not be changed except by SourceForge.net staff. A response to this inquiry should be provided by SourceForge.net staff within 5 business days (the SourceForge.net team works at least Monday through Friday, 9am to 5pm Pacific, excepting holidays). Should you need to inquire regarding the status of this project takeover request, please add a comment to this Support Request.

Submitter: sunthockin

UNIX name: cce

Descriptive name: CCE

License: other

License other: BSD-style with advertising.

Public description: Cobalt Configuration Engine (CCE)

Registration description: CCE is the Cobalt Configuration Engine, as found in Cobalt Networks Qube3 and later products. It is a configuration-management and event-distribution mechanism for computer systems.

In short, it lets you build a simple UI to manage your system in a way that is abstracted, modular, and totally extensible.

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Discussion

  • David Burley

    David Burley - 2003-06-14
    • assigned_to: nobody --> moorman
     
  • Jacob Moorman

    Jacob Moorman - 2003-06-19
    • status: open --> closed
     
  • Jacob Moorman

    Jacob Moorman - 2003-06-19

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    Greetings,

    The 'cce' project on SourceForge.net has developed source
    code which is available via CVS. As result, it would be
    best if you select a new UNIX name for your project and
    submit a new project registration. Should you have further
    questions or concerns regarding this matter, please re-open
    this Support Request and add a comment.

    Thank you,

    Jacob Moorman
    Quality of Service Manager, SourceForge.net

     

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