Savannah

Savannah, is a central point for development, distribution and maintenance of Free Software that runs on free operating systems.
If you would like to use these facilities to host your project, then go to the Register new project menu entry that is displayed after login.
If you would like to make your project part of the GNU project, then write to gnu@gnu.org . An attempt to register a project that is not part of the GNU project will also give you the opportunity to apply. Before doing this, you should read the GNU Code Standards to find out if your software complies with them and talk to your fellow developers about it. The GNU Software Evaluation Team page will also help you understand the philosophical and technical aspects of the GNU project.
The software used to run Savannah is being developed by the Savane project. The floating GNU logo is a GPL’ed image provided by Nevrax.

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