Unmaintained Free Software is back (again)

Yeah, it's that time of the year (again)...

Unmaintained Free Software is a wiki which collects and categorizes orphaned Free Software projects, in order to find new maintainers for the projects — just in case you didn't know or guess that already ;-)

Well, the site was down for weeks (again), hosting support was non-responsive, slow and not very helpful (again), so I moved the domain to another, more pricey server (again), I waited for the domain transfer for a small eternity (again), and finally installed backups and put the site up (again) today.

Email is not working yet on the new server, I still need to setup Postfix or something. But other than that everything should work fine, please report any issues you notice. Oh, and I plan for some more neat (technical) stuff soonish, e.g. https/SSL support and a properly signed certificate thanks to CAcert (got me some assurance points at 22C3, thanks to everybody who assured me!).

Shameless plug: If you happen to know of any unmaintained project, just add it (it's a wiki). If you have too much time on your hands, go ahead and adopt one of the orphaned projects and eternal fame will be yours!

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Re:Unmaintained Free Software is back (again)

W00T! Thanks for this site, man! I have been immersing myself into programming in C lately, and I was looking for some projects on Sourceforge to contribute/tinker with while reading Planet Debian, when my eyes came across your post.

Free Software definitely needs an Unmaintained Free Software list. Rock on!

Cheers,

Zakame