[CinCV] News statement regarding domain change

Simeon Völkel simeon.voelkel at sfz-bw.de
Tue Mar 18 10:20:08 CET 2014


Hi Einar,

as you were the by far most active cinelerra-cv developer during last year,
I would highly appreciate your opinion on the current situation with
cinelerra-cv.org and the reregistration of cinelerra.org.

Are there indeed any plans to shift development back to cinelerra.org, as
they claim? I haven't seen any such announcement on our mailinglist...

Have you been contacted by the new registrant of cinelerra.org, Michael
Collins?

If both is not the case, I strongly suggest to update our news page.

@All:
As nobody responded to my call for statements on Mar 7 2014, I prepared
some suggestion for a news update myself, see below. Comments and
improvements are highly appreciated.

If there are no objections, I push the news statements to our website.

Regards,
SimAV


Proposed news statements:

Mar 7, 2014
Our Bugtracker on bugs.cinelerra-cv.org and gitweb on
git.cinelerra-cv.org/gitweb are back. Mind the -cv in the domain name! All
git users should update their remote URL to the new domain
git.cinelerra-cv.org.

Feb 23, 2014
Our obsolete domain cinelerra.org was reregistered by someone else and
currently shows an outdated and modified, static website copy.
For verifying future news statements, please refer to our mailing list
cinelerra at skolelinux.no

Jan 20, 2014
Cinelerra-CV has moved to cinelerra-cv.org. Our new domain name reflects
how cinelerra is named in several popular distributions and clarifies that
it is the home of the community version of cinelerra.





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