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From Andrew Rist <andrew.r...@oracle.com>
Subject Re: openoffice.org domains transferred to ASF
Date Fri, 09 Sep 2011 18:54:47 GMT
The transfer of the openoffice.org domain is in process.  I am currently 
working with infrastructure to get this transferred (and it has a JIRA 
ticket).
(There is no current process for the other 'side' domains)
Andrew

On 8/17/2011 11:55 AM, Shane Curcuru wrote:
> Dear PPMC: please note that a few days ago Oracle and the ASF signed 
> the legal agreement to transfer ownership of a variety of ooo related 
> domain names to the ASF.  Yay!
>
> Along with the other great work on moving content, you need to work 
> with infrastructure@ to ensure that the actual domain name 
> registration ownership is transferred to the Apache infrastructure 
> team - at least, for any domain names that the podling definitely 
> wants to continue using.
>
> The list of domains includes:
>
> http://openoffice.org
> http://testopenoffice.org
> http://openoffice2009.com
> http://openoffice-gratuit.com
> http://openoffice-pt.com
> http://openoffice-pl.com
> http://openoffice-nl.com
> http://openoffice-fr.com
> http://openoffice09fr.com
> http://de-openoffice.org
> http://deopenoffice.org
> http://www-open-office.org
> http://wwwopen-office.org
> http://de-openoffice.com
> http://deopenoffice.com
> http://es-openoffice.com
> http://esopenoffice.com
> http://fr-openoffice.com
> http://fropenoffice.com
> http://it-openoffice.com
> http://itopenoffice.com
> http://en-openoffice.org
> http://enopenoffice.org
> http://es-openoffice.org
> http://esopenoffice.org
> http://fr-openoffice.org
> http://it-openoffice.org
> http://itopenoffice.org
> http://nl-openoffice.org
> http://nlopenoffice.org
> http://openoffice.org.il
> http://itopenoffice.org
>
> Reminder: Apache projects normally host all their content on a 
> *.apache.org domain.  I believe that in ooo's case, the future project 
> will want to host some content on other, non-a.o domains; however we 
> should strive to make most of the project be on an Apache site.
>
> - Shane


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