"We are proud to announce the release of Fedora Directory Server
"This release marks a significant milestone for the open source
community, who now have access to the code for the console and
administration engine as well as the previously open sourced LDAP
engine. This release uses the Apache httpd engine as its
administration server, and includes mod_nss--a rewrite of mod_ssl
which uses the Mozilla NSS crypto engine. The 1.0 release, in
addition to its many other features such as LDAPv3, Multi-Master
Replication, and Windows Synchronization, includes support for MD5,
SHA-256, SHA-384, and SHA-512 password hashing, as well as many bug
fixes. Fedora Directory Server 1.0 furthers the evolution and
democratization of open source software in making this powerful,
enterprise proven technology available to all. It is a boon for
developers who are now able to port the full package--LDAP engine,
console, and admin engine--to many different platforms..."
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