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Sipart
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Post by Sipart » Wed May 03, 2017 8:40 am

Hi, might sound a bit cheeky but can I suggest some changes to the wording on the front page so it reads better?

From:

"EVE-NG is a new power of our previous project UnetLab. The same project team after investigation of UnetLab future possibilities came to decision for total platform change which allows make the EVE emulation software the best.

The new EVE platform is rebuilt accordingly today's world requirements expecting solution for enterprises, proof on concept, e-learning providers or centres and individual or group work.

The EVE is first world clientless multivendor's network emulation software what entitle network and security professionals with a huge opportunities in the networkers' world."

to:

"EVE-NG is a new more powerful version of our previous project UnetLab. The same project team investigated Unetlabs future possibilities and came to the decision that rebuilding the platform would allow the EVE-NG emulation software to be the best.

The new EVE-NG platform is rebuilt for todays requirements to allow enterprises, e-learning providers/centres, individuals and group collaborators to create virtual proof of concepts, solutions and training environments.

EVE-NG is first world clientless multivendor network emulation software that empowers network and security professionals with huge opportunities in the networking world."

Also on the http://www.eve-ng.net/index.php/documen ... ted-images page

I think "Junos Sphere 16.1" should read "Junos Space 16.1"?

Cheers

mike
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Re: Website text

Post by mike » Wed May 10, 2017 10:45 am

Thanks.
All corrected

Sipart
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Re: Website text

Post by Sipart » Wed May 10, 2017 2:19 pm

Its still slightly wrong and even reading my version is wasn't 100% perfect - so here's V2 :-)

"EVE-NG is the new more powerful version of our previous project UnetLab. The Unetlab project team investigated its future possibilities and came to the decision that rebuilding the emulation platform would allow the new platform EVE-NG to be the best.

The new EVE-NG platform is ready for todays requirements. It allows enterprises, e-learning providers/centres, individuals and group collaborators to create virtual proof of concepts, solutions and training environments.

EVE-NG is the first clientless multivendor network emulation software that empowers network and security professionals with huge opportunities in the networking world."

Cheers

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