no need for this -- extra developers have been added to the SF project.
Michal Ludvig <michal-list@...> writes:
> Hello everybody,
> I have set up a new home for ipsec-tools development at
> The reason for this step is simple: let IPsec-tools evolve. As you have
> probably noticed there were numerous patches and bugfixes sent to the
> devel mailing list and others are waiting unheeded in the "Patches"
> section of the SourceForge project page. Unfortunately Derek Atkins, who
> ported the package to Linux and who "owns" the project at SF.net, hasn't
> given anybody else the permission to commit to the CVS and to make new
> official releases of ipsec-tools. Lets face it: ipsec-tools are not (yet)
> perfect and without at least bugfixing it's a dead project.
> I know that this is demotivating also for the occasional developpers.
> They send one patch, maybe a second one, but if there is no response they
> will likely not send anything else and will put their effort to a more
> "living" project.
> My plan is not to ignore people who put their time to fix bugs in
> ipsec-tools. I will either commit their patches myself or I can provide
> CVS write access for those who are willing to do more regular development.
>>From time to time I'll also make a CVS snapshot for easier testing by
> If you have some patches that were not yet seen on the devel mailing list
> please send them so that I could apply them. I have already comitted some
> patches seen on the list (see the recent ChangeLog for details) and I'll
> walk over those waiting in the "Patches" section during this week.
> Please let me know if you like or dislike the idea, send me any comments,
> proposals for improvements, etc... :-))
> Project page: http://www.logix.cz/michal/devel/ipsec-tools/
> CVS repository: http://cvs.logix.cz/cgi/cvs/ipsec-tools/
> CVS checkout: cvs -d:pserver:anoncvs@... co ipsec-tools
> Latest ChangeLog:
> Have a nice day!
> Michal Ludvig
> * A mouse is a device used to point at the xterm you want to type in.
> * Personal homepage - http://www.logix.cz/michal
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