NewsForge: Libranet's Last Goodbye
Jun 09, 2006, 13:45 (4 Talkback[s])
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"After six months, the Libranet community has learned that its
wait for the revival of the distribution was futile. Tal Danzig,
Libranet's owner and chief developer, has announced that he is
discontinuing the development of Libranet.
"Libranet was one of the oldest surviving Debian-derived
distributions. First released in 1999, it developed a loyal
following because of its easy installation and comprehensive set of
packages. The distribution reached its peak in April 2005 with the
release of version 3.0, but suffered a major setback when its
founder, Jon Danzig, died of cancer a few weeks later..."