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From their wiki: Removing a Project At SourceForge.net, we feel a commitment to ensuring the long-term availability of the Open Source code released by the projects we host. We will weigh requests for project removal against the community value of leaving the project intact. When we receive a request for project removal, we consider the ...
on the "files page" you can see a little feed-button (top right corner): i would use that feed.
You can export any SourceForge mailing list to 'mbox' format by visiting: https://lists.sourceforge.net/mbox/LISTNAME This requires authentication via SourceForge before you can proceed. More information at https://sourceforge.net/p/forge/documentation/Mailing%20List%20Archives/ Smaller mailing list archives tend to be easily downloadable from any web ...
SourceForge is attempting to phase out OpenID logins in favor of social logins, according to their support forum. For now, you can append openid to the login page, so it looks like https://sourceforge.net/account/login.php?openid.
Looks like you just need to create a ticket: https://sourceforge.net/p/forge/documentation/How%20to%20Remove%20a%20Project/
If you have the wireframes in your git repository, the best solution is to use the "raw" links in the gitweb viewer for your URLs, e.g. http://exampleproject.git.sourceforge.net/git/gitweb.cgi?p=exampleproject/projdir;a=blob_plain;f=wireframe1234.png;hb=HEAD - you can get these URLs by selecting Code > Git Browse from the SourceForge project page, then ...
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