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Old 18th March 2011
rcbandit rcbandit is offline
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Hi,
I'm starting a open source project for server management system written in C. I'm not experienced developer. I'm a student and I work on the project in my free time. Every one who want to take a part in this hobby project in his free time is invited.
Send me e-mail.

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I will send you development information

Regards
Peter

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Old 22nd March 2011
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Hello rcbandit,

Can you add more background info? What sort of server management system is it? Is it based on FreeBSD etc etc.

You may get more interest if you explain a bit more about your project.

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