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Subject svn commit: r1799300 [2/3] - in /comdev/projects.apache.org/site/json/foundation: accounts-evolution.json committees.json groups.json people.json people_name.json projects.json releases-files.json releases.json
Date Tue, 20 Jun 2017 04:20:06 GMT
Modified: comdev/projects.apache.org/site/json/foundation/projects.json
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/comdev/projects.apache.org/site/json/foundation/projects.json?rev=1799300&r1=1799299&r2=1799300&view=diff
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--- comdev/projects.apache.org/site/json/foundation/projects.json (original)
+++ comdev/projects.apache.org/site/json/foundation/projects.json Tue Jun 20 04:20:06 2017
@@ -154,105 +154,6 @@
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