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  4.      <title>News from OSXGNU</title>
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  6.      <description>Whats NEWS at OSXGNU</description>
  7.      <language>en-us</language>
  8.      <copyright>Copyright 2005, THE GNU MAC OS X Public Archive.</copyright>
  9.      <webMaster>[email protected]</webMaster>
  10.      <pubDate>Thu, 23 Apr 2009 12:03:00 MDT</pubDate>
  11.      <lastBuildDate>Thu, 23 Apr 2009 12:03:00 MDT</lastBuildDate>
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  13.      <generator>In house</generator>
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  19.      <title>OSXGNU is looking for Package Maintainers.</title>
  20.      <link>http://www.osxgnu.org/ </link>
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  22.      <pubDate>01 Sep 2005 00:02:00 MDT</pubDate>
  23.      <description> The new System makes maintaining packages easy we are looking for people to maintain packages. OSXGNU is looking for Mirros to mirror the newsite design.  contact Archive Libraian  </description>
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  27.      <title>How is the new site Built? what packages are used?</title>
  28.      <link>http://www.osxgnu.org/ </link>
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  30.      <pubDate>23 Sep 2005 00:02:00 MDT</pubDate>
  31.      <description> New Web Site is designed as a datadriven system with minimum of codeing required to maintain.The Components are:PostgreSQL DatabaseThe PostgreSQL SQL.pm Perl InterfacePerl Apache SSI  
  32. The design is the content is stored by the database and Built on the fly.the HTML elements css and Images are static. </description>
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  36.      <title>OSXGNU adds 3 RSS feeds</title>
  37.      <link>http://www.osxgnu.org/ </link>
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  39.      <pubDate>28 Sep 2005 00:02:00 MDT</pubDate>
  40.      <description> With the wide spread adoption of RSS for easy and quick news distribution OSXGNU has added 3 new RSS feeds, The OSXGNU News feedThe Top 10 downloads from OSXGNU (refreshed 2 times a day)The newest 20 files Posted or updated in the FTP archive.
  41. OSXGNU hopes this makes it simpler for people to find information faster. </description>
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  45.      <title>Updated Advanced Search gives better results.</title>
  46.      <link>http://www.osxgnu.org/ </link>
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  48.      <pubDate>28 Sep 2005 00:02:00 MDT</pubDate>
  49.      <description> We have re-thought the site advanced search to give more complete results try it and see. </description>
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  53.      <title>HTTP Master Mirror Added</title>
  54.      <link>http://www.osxgnu.org/ </link>
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  56.      <pubDate>01 Feb 2006 00:02:00 MDT</pubDate>
  57.      <description> OSXGNU.ORG has added an HTTP mirror to it's Download Choices for those behind firewalls. The new Mirror runs at http://www.osxgnu.org:8888/osxgnu Note the PORT of 8888 this is allowed by most proxies on the net.  Please Note this new mirror is NOT browse enabled you may access files only. The implementation uses the THTTPD engine from Acme Limiting the bandwidth that can be used and removing non-friendly WEB spiders from the mix. Our bandwidth was quite overloaded durring the holliday season. By adding better bandwidth limiting on the http and ftp sides we hope to more evenly distribute the load to everyone and provide better service to everyone.
  58. Please do not use downoad excellerators as the will just slow down YOUR download and fill our logs with deny requests </description>
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  62.      <title>New Public Forum Added</title>
  63.      <link>http://www.osxgnu.org/ </link>
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  65.      <pubDate>17 Apr 2006 00:02:00 MDT</pubDate>
  66.      <description> Our New Free Community Forum has been added to provide a public place to get help on packages and provide a forum for packages and users to provide input with each other. Sign-up Here for Free </description>
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  70.      <title>OSXPM API Preview in the Forum</title>
  71.      <link>http://www.osxgnu.org/ </link>
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  73.      <pubDate>31 Apr 2006 00:02:00 MDT</pubDate>
  74.      <description> The New Package install/Delete scripts that will form the NEW API for OSXPM are now in the OSXGNU Forum </description>
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  78.      <title>OSXPM 2.1.b5p BETA released</title>
  79.      <link>http://www.osxgnu.org/ </link>
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  81.      <pubDate>15 May 2006 00:02:00 MDT</pubDate>
  82.      <description> The new beta of OSXPM that does work on ALL .pkg types in delete and install is released! Functions and features are discussed in the Forum Here </description>
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  86.      <title>Translators Wanted for OSXPM </title>
  87.      <link>http://www.osxgnu.org/ </link>
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  89.      <pubDate>30 May 2006 00:02:00 MDT</pubDate>
  90.      <description> We need translators for the next version of OSXPM.  Please Contact the Archive Libraian if you can help.  </description>
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