as Sourceforge threatened in April they "upgraded" our project to the new Sourceforge interface "Allure". I'm not exactly thrilled about that but that's how SF decided to go for all projects.
The biggest change is that our SVN got moved to a different location and the old repository is now read-only.
See https://sourceforge.net/p/exult/code/HEAD/tree/ for different ways to access the SVN.
Now that I made you look feel free to take a look at our bug tracker and fix some things :)
Begin forwarded message:
> From: SourceForge.net <noreply+project-upgrade@...>
> Subject: SourceForge Project Upgrade Notification
> Date: 29. Mai 2013 16:52:50 MESZ
> To: noreply@...
> Dear SourceForge Project Developer,
> As you probably know, we've been talking for several months about the imminent upgrade of the SourceForge developer platform. A few weeks ago we announced (http://sourceforge.net/blog/upgrades-april22/) that starting April 22, we would be upgrading all projects that had not yet done so on their own. That time has arrived.
> We wanted to let you know that we've upgraded your project, Exult, to the new SourceForge developer platform. The next time you log in, things will look a little different.
> The new platform, codenamed "Allura", is a rewrite and redesign of the Open Source development tool set. It provides tighter integration between the various tools to give you a better developer experience. Allura is a project in incubation at the Apache Software Foundation, where people from many different companies are collaborating to make it even better. (http://incubator.apache.org/allura/)
> Your source code repositories are currently being migrated to the new setup. You will receive another email when that import is complete. That means that you and any other developers should do a fresh checkout using the new repository location when it is ready (see the "code" tab). Please be aware that large repositories may take a long time.
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