The Open-IT effort is gaining steam. We've had a lot of
interest from various members in the community who are now
working as core-developers. Well, mostly talking. We all
have ideas of how to solve these large IT problems.. we just
need to get some solidification on what to do first, how to
sync up components, etc. The joys of the 'new project' :)
has a few new
entries. The most interesting additions are RPMs for
openldap 2.0.4 for redhat 7.0, and probably by the end of
the day RPMs for openldap 2.0.6 on rh6.2 and 7.0, along with
rh6.2 RPMs for cyrus-sasl and openssl (the same revs as with
redhat 7.0). Of course, rpm 4.0 specs don't seem to handle
well with rpm 3.x -- wonder what really changed.
Another new thing is my preliminary roadmap for our work.
Again, a lot more is now being bitten off in the core-dev
group, but we are hungry :). Please do keep me honest though
and tell me what you think! The roadmap is there for anyone
to see on the site.