From: John Dennis <jdennis@re...> - 2006-04-06 20:46:49
Michael, while from the outside it would appear as the project is dead,
it isn't. I agree it's a bit hard to figure out what is going on from
the public pages, but with a little digging you'll discover work is
being done. Many kudo's are due to R=C3=A9mi Turboult who has stepped up =
the plate and recently made a new release. R=C3=A9mi has also made a numb=
of fixes and added GNU autotool support. Eric Tanguy has also
contributed an RPM. There is more work which needs to be done and I'm
sure your contributions will be welcome.
To the best of my knowledge Red Hat is going to start shipping the
libupnp SDK and we have an engineer assigned to that task. This is not
an official announcement from us, just a friendly indicator of interest
in the SDK. The libupnp SDK is alive and hopefully will be getting more
John Dennis <jdennis@...>
Red Hat Inc.