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From: Henrik Frystyk Nielsen <henrikn@microsoft.com>
Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2001 20:44:12 -0800
Message-ID: <79107D208BA38C45A4E45F62673A434D034425F2@red-msg-07.redmond.corp.microsoft.com>
To: <www-lib@w3.org>

fyi

-----Original Message-----
From: jeff covey [mailto:jeff.covey@freshmeat.net] 
Sent: Tuesday, November 20, 2001 19:44
To: frystyk@w3.org
Subject: freshmeat project listing for libwww


I'm writing in reference to the project
"libwww".

Your email address listed as the contact address for this project on our
listing at:

http://freshmeat.net/projects/libwww/

You may have submitted this project to us yourself, or someone who uses
your project may have done so.  Since the time this project was
submitted to us, many new features have been added to our site, and this
listing needs to be updated.  In particular, we've adopted a new
categorization system which allows much more fine-grained organization
of projects.  Since your project has never been recategorized under this
system, our readers aren't finding your project when they browse through
categories where it should be listed.

We'd like to ask you to take just a few minutes to recategorize your
project.  You should delete any categories which begin with "Old
Appindex" -- these categories will be removed from freshmeat soon -- and
add all of the new categories which apply to your project.  (To do this,
you may have to create a user account for yourself if you don't already
have one, and you may have to first click the "change owner" link to
claim ownership of your project, as freshmeat did not originally have a
concept of project ownership, and your project may be listed as being
owned by "N/A".  Once one of our staff has approved your ownership of
the project, you'll be able to submit any changes you want to make to
it.)

To recategorize your project, click on the link labeled "Trove
categories".  While you're on your project's page, please also take a
moment to make sure everything else is up-to-date, including all the
links and descriptions.  There are many new features you may want to
take advantage of, from linking your project to other projects on which
it depends, to listing multiple project leaders and their roles, to
creating multiple branches for different parts of your project's tree
(such as "Stable" and "Development").

If you have any problems, please take a look at our list of Frequently
Asked Questions at http://freshmeat.net/faq/.  If your question isn't
answered there, please let us know at http://freshmeat.net/contact/.

Please do not reply to this message directly, as your reply will go only
to me personally, and I will only be able to help you when I have time
to do so.  If you use our form at http://freshmeat.net/contact/, your
message will go into our request tracking system, where one of eight
people can help you.  I'm sorry to repeat myself, but the last time I
sent one of these messages, I had several hundred help requests in my
inbox in a few hours.  So, again, the URL is
http://freshmeat.net/contact/.  Thanks.  :)

And thanks, as always, for listing your project in our database.  If we
can be of any help to you, just let us know.  (At
http://freshmeat.net/conta...  No, I said that... :)

Sincerely,
Jeff Covey
Received on Tuesday, 20 November 2001 23:47:58 GMT

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