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hello-2.10 released [stable]
     posted by kerolasa, Sun 16 Nov 2014 12:24:24 PM UTC - 0 replies

I'm delighted to announce version 2.10 of GNU hello. See below for
changes in this version.

Here are the compressed sources and a GPG detached signature[*]: ...

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hello 2.9 released [stable]
     posted by rrt, Wed 09 Oct 2013 11:56:33 PM UTC - 0 replies
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hello-2.8 released [stable]
     posted by rrt, Fri 20 Apr 2012 06:49:04 PM UTC - 0 replies

I'm delighted to announce version 2.8 of GNU hello. This release is my
first as maintainer; thanks to Karl Berry for inviting me to take over
from him, and then providing much useful guidance.

This release contains no significant code changes; rather, the version ...

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Hello is now using Git
     posted by rrt, Wed 18 Apr 2012 04:15:43 PM UTC - 0 replies

GNU Hello is now using git as its VCS, to make it easier to use tools such as gnulib, and be more representative of mainstream GNU development practice.

New maintainer: Reuben Thomas
     posted by rrt, Tue 26 Apr 2011 11:28:49 PM UTC - 0 replies

Hi! I was delighted to accept Karl Berry's invitation to maintain hello. Stet fortuna salutationis.

hello 2.5 available
     posted by karl, Tue 09 Feb 2010 02:36:50 PM UTC - 0 replies

Infrastructure updates, including automake bug. (from a mirror) or (main GNU server).

hello 2.4 available
     posted by karl, Wed 10 Dec 2008 03:08:39 PM UTC - 0 replies

update documentation license to GFDLv1.3+; the usual infrastructure and translation updates; one bug fix: the last greeting-specification option now wins.

Sources from or any mirror:

hello 2.3 released
     posted by karl, Mon 02 Jul 2007 12:08:51 AM UTC - 0 replies

update to gplv3, infrastructure.

hello 2.2
     posted by karl, Wed 03 Jan 2007 06:20:58 PM UTC - 0 replies

I released hello version 2.2 in November 2006, bringing it up to date with current GNU infrastructure (Automake, Autoconf, Gettext, Gnulib, etc.).

hello,world at savannah
     posted by karl, Mon 06 Dec 2004 12:32:59 AM UTC - 0 replies

Moved current hello,world source to savannah from berlios, where ke had been working on it.

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