Here are some official news about ipsec-tools project.
About the team:
You may already have noticed that Timo TERAS is a committer since a
few months. Timo reported lots of bugs and patches, and kindly
accepted our proposition to join the team, welcome Timo !
Bugtracking, website, etc:
You may also have noticed that we're sometime talking about "trac" or
about "some not yet public bugtracking system".
After some testing and some other delays, it's public from now, and
the URL is
Please note that this is the new official website for the project
(homepage at sourceforge is just completely out of date and seems to
be not synced anymore with it's CVS), and I hope it will also soon
include some documentation on the wiki part.
Anyone who have some bugreport for the project should (MUST ? ;-) now
start by searching for a similar ticket in trac, then create an
appropriate ticket if needed (actually, there is no needed
registration for that).
People who want can have an account, even if this actually require
Yes, there will be quite soon a first snap of HEAD, which will be the
first step to prepare the upcoming 0.8 branch. Some important things
are still not commited (PFKey cleanup with NAT-T, etc...) but it will
at least be more easy for anyone to test what's already on HEAD.
Actually, there is NO change for mailing lists.
Please just note that ipsec-tools-core@... does NOT reflect
the actual team (but at least Manu and I got mails to that list).
New alias/MLs may come in the future.
Yvan, for ipsec-tools team.
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