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Preparing CERTI 3.2.3 released

Item posted by Pierre Siron <siron> on Mon 30 Oct 2006 07:24:13 AM UTC.

The CERTI project is always in progress.

Bugs  on the  current  3.2 version  were  reported and  some means  to correct this version  were suggested by the CERTI community.

We  are working  on a  new 3.2.2  version of  CERTI. It  will  be made available near the end of December 2006.

We are  also working on  a new 3.3  version of CERTI. This  version is planned for the  end of 2007 year.  It will add  some new services and mechanisms  to  the  3.2.2  version   in  order  to  fulfill  the  1.3 requirements.

New developments are concurrently performed on CERTI in order to build a version  of the software  that will be  in accordance with  the IEEE 1516 requirements.

There was  some change  in the  team in charge  of management  of this site. We  want thank a lot  Benoit because he  did a very good  job on this site.

We count  on the regular visitors of  this site. They will  help us in managing this site by continuing to contribute.

We count also on developpers. They  will help us by continuing to fill lists of bugs or to submit new patches and corrections.

We will  give regularly some information about  the developement state of CERTI.  In particular, a  development planning for new  services in CERTI will be presented shortly.

The CERTI team.

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