News in 2003
NLnet supports CAcert with
€1,000 to build a Web of Trust for the Open Source community
by creating a World-wide network for free authentication certificates.
The Ambulant/M Player is released by the
This is not a complete SMIL implementation, yet.
for Adriaan de Groot, Rui Lopez, and Jörg Beyer.
Stichting NLnet supports the Foundation for a Free Information
Infrastructure (FFII) financially
in its actions against European Software patents.
The ReX exchange program between
Lund and ISI produced
two new articles:
- PARSHA-256: A New Parallelizable Hash Function and a
- Efficient Software Implementation of LFSR and Boolean function
and its application in nonlinear combiner model.
ALIAS published its final paper,
ALIAS, Analysing Legal Implications and Agent
A-A-P releases version 1.0, and celebrates
it with contest ("Win the Zimbu Award") and a presentation on OSCON2003.
More in this progress
Project BIND DLZ (Dynamically
Loadable Zones) has recently released drivers for both
Berkeley DB and ODBC databases.
(Sesame RDF Query Language) released as component
of Sesame version 0.9
Sesame releases v0.1 of their
plug-in, the W3C tool for editing RDF data.
A-A-P releases Agide version 0.1.
Agide stands for the "A-A-P GUI IDE".
The Mail::Box project will be
extended till October 2003.
on the completed first phase.
A-A-P release 1.0 will be earlier
then previously planned: now expected in July 2003. The
updated project plan
gives more details.
Intermediate results of the ReX researchers
exchange project between
Lund and ISI
(resp. Sweden and India) to develop a software oriented stream
cipher for secure communication over networks.