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- From: Steve Sobol
- Date: Fri Jun 12 12:02:32 1998
On Tue, Jun 09, 1998 at 11:16:32PM -0700, Paul Vixie wrote:
> but you know what? i'm flattered. all that hype about how commercial
> grade code can only come from strong engineering companies with good
> funding, real management, and so on -- and there's my code at the heart
> of a couple of products i won't mention here, with my name ripped out.
> seeing my code used in this way just tells me that i don't charge enough
> when i'm out consulting.
Well... let's face facts here, you are involved and have been involved
for a long time in the development of software that is instrumental in the
operation of the Internet. It does not surprise me at all that what you
speak of is happening.
> and also for the record, we're commercializing BIND since i'm no longer
> able to fund it out of my own pocket (my pocket is now empty) and we
> ended up not getting the kind of donations we needed as a nonprofit.
Does this mean the ISC is going away?
Wow. I didn't think people still listed bangpaths as e-mail addresses.
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