|Subject: (1.2) I thought Rich Salz maintains INN ...|
Rich did for a very long time ..
From an announcement (<email@example.com>) :
| I am pleased to announce that the Internet Software Consortium | (http://www.isc.org/isc) will be responsible for future official INN | releases, starting with INN1.5. I am sure they will be posting a notice | about their plans here fairly soon. | The interest and support (both financial and emotional) they have given | me over the past few years has been immeasurable. It was this interest, | as much as their ability to commit top-flight engineering talent, that | makes me feel confident that I'm leaving "my baby" in good hands. | I will still be involved with INN development, although more in an archi- | tectural and philosophical role (i.e., "do it this way") rather than | programming (i.e., "here's the code"). | If you've found INN useful, I'm glad. (By my count several thousand people | still owe me a postcard. :) If you expect to find it useful in the future, | please support the ISC and their efforts. I know I will. | /rich $alzFor the postcards, Rich adds in (<firstname.lastname@example.org>):
| No no no. James gets the postcard. This means you have to track down | his current physical address; perhaps in-care-of the ISC would work. :) | The rules are actually pretty complicated: | If you're installing 1.4sec2 or earlier, send yourself a postcard | saying you should upgrade. | If you're installing 1.5 or later, for the first time with INN, | send James the postcard. | If you're upgrading from 1.4 to 1.5, pro-rate your news volume | and send us each the appropriate fraction. :)Dave Barr added that the postcards for him also should be sent to the
[Last Changed: $Date: 1997/11/03 18:15:49 $ $Revision: 2.37 $]
[Copyright: 1997 Heiko Rupp, portions by Tom Limoncelli, Rich Salz, et al.]