Savannah looks for volunteer help

Posted 27 Oct 2003 at 22:34 UTC by atai Share This

The GNU Project's public free software development site, Savannah, is looking for a volunteer to help handling requests.

From Savannah's web page:

The Savannah crew is looking for a dedicated volunteer to join them.

His or her main task would be to respond to support requests and make sure they get followed up.

savannah.gnu.org is a central point for development, distribution and maintenance of GNU Software. savannah.nongnu.org is a central point for development, distribution and maintenance of Free Software that runs on free operating systems.

The support interface of both systems is web based, so no special knowledge is required to use it.

We are looking for somebody who is able to dedicate some of his or her time over a long period. If the task is handled correctly it wouldn't take more than half an hour each two days.

If you would like to join us, contact savannah-hackers@gnu.org.


Update, posted 28 Oct 2003 at 19:21 UTC by yeupou » (Master)

Note that we received already several offers, and at this time we are no longer especially looking for someone more -- but we are still open to new volunteers.

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