kaboom at gatech.edu
Thu Feb 12 09:06:05 EST 2004
On Tue, 10 Feb 2004, Jim Popovitch wrote:
> Can anyone add anything about Zebra's current and future state. Debian
> testing has removed it and replaced it with a forked version called
> "quagga" (i kid you not).
Heh. I was giving a seminar on Zebra a couple of months back, mentioned the
fork, and then had to wait 10 minutes while everyone busily played "what the
heck is a quagga" in google ;-)
Basically, quagga is a open-development fork of zebra. Think of how apache
grew out of NCSA -- similar situation, with lots of developer-users
collecting patches that weren't getting upstream, and eventually deciding
they'd hit critical mass.
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