Items tagged with sourceforge

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Zempt

March 13, 2006 - 49 words , 1 comment
The end of an era
Also tagged as: endoflife opensource zempt

SourceForge RSS

May 6, 2003 - 108 words
SourceForge is now providing RSS feeds with information about the open source projects they host. Your company can use weblogs and RSS to track project status internally or with customers.
Also tagged as: projectmanagement rss weblogs

MTAmazon TrackBacks

December 30, 2002 - 107 words
Add your MTAmazon-powered site to the TrackBack-enabled list of example sites.
Also tagged as: mtamazon trackback

MTAmazon Now at Source Forge

July 28, 2002 - 37 words
MTAmazon is now a project on Source Forge. This way, others can participate in the...
Also tagged as: mtamazon opensource

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