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http://osdn.jp/projects/pepolinux/wiki/Raspberry%20Pi%EF%BC%8BPiface%20Home%20Electronics%26Security (2016/08/28 21:12)
Last year, we've changed our brand to OSDN, our current brand name, and here we announce that we will be relocating our current osdn.jp site domain (URL) to osdn.net on October 3.
Starting on October 3, our site domain will be as follows. Currently, when used on Japanese language settings, osdn.jp route domain is being used, and Japanese has been treated with priority, but after relocating to osdn.net, all languages will be treated equally with subdomains that allow redirects based on the language settings. In addition, regarding e-mail related services and project Web that use osdn.me domain, the domains will stay the same as the current ones. When we changed our brand name last year, we had to impose a sudden URL change on Project Web, but from here on, even if there will be a change to allow domains that are besides .jp available to be used for Project Web, domain change will not be imposed upon projects that are using current Project Webs.
OSDN Web UI：Relocating to osdn.net from osdn.jp
Source Code Repository：Relocating to osdn.net from osdn.jp
OSDN user e-mail address：Will stay the same ((user_name)@users.osdn.me)
Project Web： Will stay the same (https://(projectname).osdn.jp)
mailing list: Will stay the same ((project name-ML name)@lists.osdn.me)
Even after we relocate to osdn.net, all domains that were being used until including osdn.jp will be kept, and all accesses will be adequately redirected, so won't be any problem using former URLs.
At OSDN, we will continue with our efforts to bring back reliability and trusts on a global level to the open-source development support site industry which has been stirring distrust since last year.
Now, we are cautiously moving forward with our relocating operation, but it is possible that you may experience some inconveniences for the time being. If you happen to encounter odd behaviors, we’d appreciate your submitting tickets to inform us the bugs. (2016/08/25 16:53)
We have globalized the feature that sets up descriptions (such as a text body that gives additional instructions on what users are asked to write on tickets) based on the ticket type during ticket submit. It allows you to set up descriptions in multiple languages from the ticket type edit page. Once you’re done setting up, the descriptions will be shown in different languages. When there are no descriptions set up for different languages, English message will show. If no English message is being set up, nothing will show. (2016/08/25 16:44)
Until now, ID was the only option used for a URL that points to a chamber's specific file, but from now on, you can also use path base URL that reflects the folder structure.
Due to this additional feature, now you can decide on a URL that points to the file before the upload. Please give it a try and make a full use of it. Please note that unlike ID specification, the URL will change when the file is relocated. Also, the conventional ID specification continues to be a viable option. (2016/08/25 16:43)