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Java Open Source Hub

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There is a new Java Open Source portal. Please come to us and register
your open source project into our java open source directory. So that
other programmers know that your project exists.
Jul 17 '05 #1
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kendzo wrote:

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There is a new Java Open Source portal. Please come to us and register
your open source project into our java open source directory. So that
other programmers know that your project exists.


A whole new kind of spam, designed for psychics who don't have to be told
the location of the site.

I am continually amazed by the rocket scientists who now have Internet
access.

--
Paul Lutus
http://www.arachnoid.com

Jul 17 '05 #2

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Give me a brake. Did not notice that i was writing the msg in google,
and that there is no signature. Relax, why all the hostility....

http://java.seleskovich.com

Peace,

Kendzo
Jul 17 '05 #3

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kendzo wrote:
Give me a brake.
A what? Moving too fast?
Did not notice that i was writing the msg in google,
and that there is no signature.
I did notice that. Thats why I posted -- your message served no earthly
purpose.
Relax, why all the hostility....


What hostility is that?

--
Paul Lutus
http://www.arachnoid.com

Jul 17 '05 #4

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ke***@seleskovich.com wrote:
There is a new Java Open Source portal. Please come to us and register
your open source project into our java open source directory. So that
other programmers know that your project exists.


Just to let you know as an alternative you might wonna check out the
Viva! site that lists core open source building blocks such as
compilers, runtimes, testing suites and more online @
http://viva.sourceforge.net

The Viva! site also sports a news blog titled "The Java Republic -
Chronicle of the Free Java Now Campaign" online @
http://viva.sourceforge.net/republic

- Gerald
Jul 17 '05 #5

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i can't tell, why play games

"kendzo" <ke***@seleskovich.com> wrote in message
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Give me a brake. Did not notice that i was writing the msg in google,
and that there is no signature. Relax, why all the hostility....

http://java.seleskovich.com

Peace,

Kendzo

Jul 17 '05 #6

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