We're in the process now of moving the DNSSEC-Tools project's public
interfaces to different infrastructure. Most of this move will be
transparent to end-users with a few exceptions (listed below). I'll
send out further details as the rest of these changes become
[I'd also like to take this time to apologize to the few people that
have sent patches or suggestions to the list recently that we haven't
responded to yet; be assured your messages were seen and will be
responded to shortly].
DNSSEC-Tools user-visible changes:
1) The mailing lists will be replaced with new ones with slightly
different names. You'll be notified when you are appropriately
re-added to the future replacement lists. You'll also be
automatically removed from the older list as well.
2) The SVN repository URL will change. When the switch is made I'll
send another announcement regarding the "svn switch" command that
you can run to change any SVN checkouts you have to point to the new
3) We'll be switching to "Trac" for tracking bug reports and feature
requests. The DNSSEC-Tools website will direct you to the right
place when the switch is made, so no further announcement is needed.
If you experience any problems with any of our web pages in the near
future as we make the changes, please let us know. There isn't expected
to be any actual downtime since the services will be simply switched
live via DNS or other instantaneous changes.
SPARTA National Security Sector
Cobham Analytic Solutions