Em 8 de junho de 2018, Allin escreveu:
On Thu, 7 Jun 2018, Henrique Andrade wrote:

> Dear Gretl Team,
> I'm thinking a lot about creating a Gretl domain for the Portuguese
> website. Today I discovered that this could be simple (and cheap!).
> I would like to create the www.gretl.org.br<http://www.gretl.org.br>
> or www.gretl.com.br<http://www.gretl.com.br> (but IMHO the
> www.gretl.org<http://www.gretl.org> is a better choice), assuming
> all the costs, of course.
> The .com.br<http://com.br> is cheaper and easier to register than
> .org.br<http://org.br>, but has a .com indicating something
> commercial. The .org.br<http://org.br> needs some legal
> documentation. The .org is the simplest to register.
> Why use a domain? I think it would be easier to users remember our
> internet address and look a little bit more professional
> (unfortunately a lot of our users don't know what Sourceforge is
> :)). Important: I really don't think Gretl is not professional! I
> just saying that we could improve public perception about that.
> Additionally I've been thinking about creating an email adress with
> one of these domains. Why? Today I use an email address from the
> University where I did my PhD and I would like to stop this. I could
> use my new professional email (from Brazilian Ministry of Finance),
> but I think we shouldn't associate Gretl with anything more
> commercial (we are free and open source :)).
> What do you think?

I don't think there's any objection to what you propose; feel free to
pursue it. The Polish gretl contingent have had their own site for a
long time. The English-language site (at least) will probably stay at
sourceforge for the foreseeable future, because I think it makes sense
to have the website and the code + download facilities on the same
(virtual) server. But we can switch the Portuguese link at sourceforge
to point to a new domain if you wish.

Dear Allin, I'm not proposing to create a new Portuguese website outside Sourceforge. My ideia is just to create a new domain:

http://gretl.sourceforge.net/ (OLD)
http://gretl.org/ (NEW)

The "OLD" one won't be removed, but the "NEW" could make it simpler to users find us. Another advantage is using the e-mail henrique[at]gretl[dot]org instead of henrique.andrade[at]ufrgs[dot]br.