21 Jul 2001 jmg   » (Master)

SourceForge is anoying. I submitted a request for a project, and had it promptly rejected (like 2-4 hours after I requested it). They give you no reason why they reject it. If you want to know why they rejected it, you have to submit a support request. It's been two days since I submitted my support request and haven't heard back from them yet. I hadn't requested a project before and didn't really want to because they only have a web interface (not that I expect them to have another interface). So, I'll probably just keep going how I am with my "little" libraries that I've done.

Also, it seems strange that a project like mine would get rejected when there are so many projects that have existed for a while but yet to contain any content. It's anoying searching for a project on SourceForge because you'll think you have this project that you can use, but then find out that it has exist for the past year, but there hasn't been anything done with it.

Oh well.

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