[dev-context] [Fwd: Supelec-Foundry Project Approved]

Taco Hoekwater taco at elvenkind.com
Thu May 11 14:21:11 CEST 2006

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Subject: Supelec-Foundry Project Approved
Date: Thu, 11 May 2006 14:11:11 +0200
From: noreply at foundry.supelec.fr
To: taco at metatex.org

Your project registration for Supelec-Foundry has been approved.

Project Full Name:  ConTeXt Manuals
Project Unix Name:  contextman
CVS Server:         cvs.contextman.foundry.supelec.fr
Shell/Web Server:   contextman.foundry.supelec.fr

Your DNS will take up to a day to become active on our site.
While waiting for your DNS to resolve, you may try shelling into
shell.foundry.supelec.fr and pointing CVS to scm.foundry.supelec.fr

If after 6 hours your shell/CVS accounts still do not work, please
open a support ticket so that we may take a look at the problem.
Please note that all shell/CVS accounts are closed to telnet and only
work with SSH.

Your web site is accessible through your shell account. Please read
site documentation (see link below) about intended usage, available
services, and directory layout of the account.

If you visit your
own project page in Supelec-Foundry while logged in, you will find
additional menu functions to your left labeled 'Project Admin'.

We highly suggest that you now visit Supelec-Foundry and create a public
description for your project. This can be done by visiting your project
page while logged in, and selecting 'Project Admin' from the menus
on the left (or by visiting 
after login).

Your project will also not appear in the Trove Software Map (primary
list of projects hosted on Supelec-Foundry which offers great flexibility in
browsing and search) until you categorize it in the project administration
screens. So that people can find your project, you should do this now.
Visit your project while logged in, and select 'Project Admin' from the
menus on the left.

Enjoy the system, and please tell others about Supelec-Foundry. Let us know
if there is anything we can do to help you.

-- the Supelec-Foundry crew

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