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New and improved SourceForge

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The new project registration and project takeover system, makes both starting a project properly and moving it from one administrator to another much easier.

It may not be as exciting as writing new games, but a lot of projects never properly get off the ground because no one can figure out what they're really about. The new registration system will help newbie project leaders make sure that their projects don't get lost in the shuffle.

At the same time, the new system for transferring projects will help make sure that good projects don't wither on the vine when their leaders change jobs, go back to graduate school or simply lose interest in their project.

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