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Date: 2008-04-17 (07:10)
From: Stefano Zacchiroli <zack@u...>
Subject: is now ready to serve the OCaml community
Hello all,

** is ready!**

During the last few weeks, the Team, with the help of many other
members of the community, worked hard to fix a number of problems on the site.
Now we think it is ready for prime time. Therefore, following from the previous
announcement [1][2] of the availability of an OCaml planet and the OCaml forge
beta testing, we are now ready to allow full public access to OCaml forge.


A forge is a set of services for software projects, including version
control systems (CVS, SVN, ...), mailing lists, download areas, bug
tracking systems, ... Well known examples are, GNA, and
Savannah. The forge for the OCaml community [3] will be specifically
aimed at hosting software projects related to the OCaml programming


This new forge has been beta tested, but you could still found some bugs.  In
this case, don't hesitate to submit bug to the Site Admin project [4]


So if you want to start an ocaml project on, sign-up
for an account on:

We want to limit the use of this forge to OCaml related project. This include
software or library written in OCaml, but also projects around OCaml, using
derived languages (JoCaml, OCamlDuce, ...) or providing service for OCaml
community (tools for conference organization...).

Help needed

At the moment, we have set up an hosting service for git and darcs
( and We are looking for
experienced forge administrator that can allow us to manage this two SCM
through GForge.  Contact us if you are interested.

We are also looking for talented web designer to make the look of nicer. Join the project ocamlcore-theme and read the
README file to know how to proceed...

the Team.
(Sylvain Le Gall, Romain Beauxis, Stefano Zacchiroli, Pietro Abate)

PS: you will find the classical LGPL with static linking exception
License at the end of the license list when you create your project

Stefano Zacchiroli -*- PhD in Computer Science ............... now what?
zack@{,,}  -<%>-
(15:56:48)  Zack: e la demo dema ?    /\    All one has to do is hit the
(15:57:15)  Bac: no, la demo scema    \/    right keys at the right time