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Old 13th January 2006, 10:57 AM
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Thumbs up A new network profile manager


I wrote a network profile manager, and I would like to broadcast it to fedora community.

The main problem is: I'm using Gentoo, so I don't think it's very clean to make a RPM on my computer

So, The point is, where could I find someone to do it for me ? I would need someone that can maintain the package after...

To make a little ad: Netswitch Site

The program is available in French & English for the moment, but next release will include Italian too (if you can help to translate ... contact me ).

It manages ethernet interfaces, and wifi ones. Can configure automatically your SMTP confguration (using sendmail via nullmailer), and some other stuff... It has a GTK+ GUI and a CLI tool (Qt GUI is under development, you can help )

So, if you speak a cute language, if you can package the tool, if you can develop for KDE or any other environment,

Thank you
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Old 15th January 2006, 01:59 PM
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Nobody is interested ?
Or nobody can help me ?

If it's the second, I would like to know where I can find a nice packager

Thank you
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