Alejandro, you have made so many update to the Directory. Awesome work! One minor tip, when you add to the "Last updated by" field, you should use your username Alejandroindependiente instead of your fullname.
Good work:) Just a note: you can extend your search by looking at , , , , , , … If you find a broken link, you can change it by a new one… Genium (talk) 00:10, 28 January 2017 (EST)
Last review by
Hello, I think there is no need to change last review while further nothing is changed.
Last review by: Change this to your user name in case you have made substantial edits or have updated the version.
-alejandroindependiente- I think it is important to fill in 'Last review by:' and 'Last review date:' fields because of they would continue appearing into 'oldies' programms http://directory.fsf.org/wiki/Free_Software_Directory:Participate/oldies
I think that is stupid You can not change the date of a program by reviewing it.
-alejandroindependiente- Please, notice that I am not talking about 'Version date' but 'Last review date:'. And if you visit http://directory.fsf.org/wiki/Free_Software_Directory:Participate/oldies, you'll notice that it is said that 'oldies' page contains software 'Last Reviewed before 2010:' This web page 'oldies' collects 'Free Software Directory' software that has not been reviewed after 2010.
OK end of discussion. Didn't change when edited but for some time now I do. (BTW For a shorter list You can alter the year in the url)
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