#ShowerThoughts there are a bunch of projects still on SourceForge, because they were founded when that was the main (even the only) web-based code forge available for open development. Most of them don't realize that ever since the adware scandals:
... being hosted on SF is bad for a project's reputation. Would it be worth approaching them about migrating to a self/ community-hosted code forge that intends to implement ForgeFed?
@icedquinn not really the point. The reputational damage is done. Besides which, the SF platform is a relic from the late 90s and is really showing its age. If projects are operating a web-based forge because they seek contributions from the free code developer community, SF is no longer the place to be.
I addressed this in the second part of the OP and it was the main point of that post.
@strypey But this is old news from 5 years ago. They have changed management since the, right?
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