[Pw_forum] [Q-e-developers] Change in the number of qe-forge users

Carlo Nervi carlo.nervi at unito.it
Mon May 21 10:22:16 CEST 2012

I do not have great experience in the field, however a lot of very good 
free public code is developed on


I have no idea is this is acceptable for the development, but I would 
give to it a try.


Il 18/05/2012 17.33, Filippo Spiga ha scritto:
> Dear Layla,
> why moving from fusionforge to gforge? What about Trac
> (http://trac.edgewall.org/)? I mean, the point is… what exactly gforge
> has that we do need? And what if we will not use some of those advanced
> and fancy features that gforge will provide?
> You mention a "pro-year price" that depends by the number of users. Just
> for curiosity, can you tell us with the current number of users how much
> is this license?
> Filippo
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> «Nobody will drive us out of Cantor's paradise.» ~ David Hilbert
> On May 17, 2012, at 11:58 PM, Layla Martin-Samos wrote:
>> Dear all, we are thinking in moving qe-forge from fusionforge to
>> gforge. Unfortunately it seems that gforge ask for a commercial
>> License which pro-year prince will depends on the number of users. As
>> all of you know, nor Quantum ESPRESSO nor qe-forge have any direct
>> financial support, so we can not afford big expenses. In order to
>> reduce potential costs of the gforge commercial License, our system
>> administrator has eliminated all the qe-forge users that are not bound
>> to any qe-forge project. Depending on the License price then or we
>> move to gforge or we stay with fusionforge. In any case we will let
>> you know in order to rationalize the qe-forge users.
>> Sorry for the inconvenience, best regards
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