The openssi.org domain expired and we renewed it as soon as we can. Most people are on holidays during this time of year.

If we look back at Year 2010 this project has been quite active:

1) John made five (5) binary releases for Debian Lenny, Etch, and Sarge.  SF.net stats don't tell the whole story since those releases are served from elsewhere.

2) Also John got 64-bit OpenSSI running.

3) ssic-linux repository ChangeLog has 2,183 (thousands) lines of comments for year 2010.

4) Approx. 13,600 (over ten thousand) lines of code for year 2010 for OpenSSI kernel.
...
110 files changed, 8212 insertions(+), 5400 deletions(-)

5) ssic-linux repository has 60 new tags for year 2010 for OpenSSI kernel.

6) Experimental OpenSSI port to RHEL4 kernel. Though the port was not released the prototype was considered successful.

7) Zero releases on SF.net for Fedora Core 3. We chose to wait for release of RHEL4 port.


-Roger


On Thu, Dec 30, 2010 at 4:22 PM, Rick Blundell <rickb@rapidvps.com> wrote:
Openssi project has died. It is a shame becuase I loved the openssi
project and there seem to be open source alternatives which are actively
developed.
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Thank-You
Rick Blundell
RapidVPS.com
rickb@rapidvps.com
+1 407 442 2898


On Thu, 2010-12-30 at 09:31 +0100, Wolfang Samsinger wrote:
> Hi
>
> openssi.org redirects to a page of register.com
> Is there a mirror anywhere
>
>
> brgds
>
> Wolfgang
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