Stephen.Shankland at cnet.com
Fri Jan 14 23:41:30 UTC 2005
When I talked to Red Hat at the end of September 2004, when the
acquisition was announced, the company said the directory would be
included in the next 6 to 12 months. So if they meet their schedule,
expect it to be final by the end of September 2005. I don't know when
the code will be released as open-source software or how long the test
period before the final availability will last.
Stephen Shankland, reporter, CNET News.com
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Subject: Re: RedHat Directory
On Fri, 14 Jan 2005 10:22:28 -0500, Will Backman <whb at ceimaine.org>
> Any chance we will see the newly purchased Netscppp Directory
> for testing any time soon?
If it is like other closed source acquisitions there is usually a year
of cleanup to get out any non-licensable code that is in the base tree
and rewriting those parts os that it can be used when it is released.
Stephen J Smoogen.
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