[Opendnssec-develop] IXFR?

Jelte Jansen jelte at NLnetLabs.nl
Thu Apr 2 14:16:24 UTC 2009

roy at nominet.org.uk wrote:
> Jakob wrote on 04/02/2009 03:40:19 PM:
>> noone noticed my little april's fool yesterday?

apparently not, maybe a good way to sneak in some undiscussed items...

> I normally don't pay much attention to the svn-mail. If I'd seen it, I'd
> probably 'bought' it completely, and might have congratulated Ben with his
> 1.0.0-beta1 release.

err, but that one doesn't appear to be a joke; there's a tarball which
compiles and installs fine here :)

most comments they got was on the versioning scheme of openssl (and that
one shouldn't release stuff on april 1st).

Geoff Thorpe did have an april's fools joke about it;

The choice of a 1.0 release is to clearly mark the fact that openssl is
shifting to a common base platform, namely Java. Platform independence
is going to make future development much easier, but represents a
significant enough change to warrant the new major version. This
decision has been driven by increasing demands to support as-yet
unsupported platforms; primarily Amiga, Z80, Casiotone, and Windows.

> Cool joke! Sorry it passed me by.

indeed, and same here :/


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