Public Services Project rehosts the NTP Bugzilla
Redwood City, CA --
The NTP Public Services Project is pleased to announce the rehosting of the NTP Bugzilla to its facilities at ISC.
The NTP Public Services Project Bugzilla is located at http://bugs.ntp.isc.org and redirection will be provided from http://bugzilla.ntp.org. All existing Bugzilla user accounts were transfered during the rehosting so that users will not need to re-register.
The NTP Public Services Project will continue to support the submission of bug reports concerning the Reference Implementation of NTP through email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. Bug reports submitted through these addresses will be delayed because they must be manually processed by one of our volunteers. The fastest way to get bug reports to the NTP developers is to use the NTP Public Services Project Bugzilla.
About The NTP Public Services Project
The NTP (Network Time Protocol) Public Services Project, which is hosted by Internet Systems Consortium, Inc. provides support and additional development resources for the Reference Implementation of NTP. The available resources include:
- Community Supported Documentation
Issue / Bug Reporting
Public Time Server Lists
Reference Implementation Downloads
The NTP Public Services Project, supported by the donations of generous sponsors and volunteers, operates independently from The NTP Project. For more information please visit our web-site at http://ntp.isc.org/
NTP Public Services Project Contact: Harlan Stenn <email@example.com>
About The NTP Project
The NTP (Network Time Protocol) Project conducts Research and Development in NTP and produces the Reference Implementation of NTP along with the Implementation Documentation. The NTP Project maintains background information about NTP, including briefings and a bibliography, and the NTP FAQ. For more information please visit our web-site at http://www.ntp.isc.org/
NTP Project Contact information is available through http://www.ntp.org
Internet Systems Consortium, Inc. (ISC) is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) public benefit corporation with a long history of developing and maintaining production quality Open Source software -- BIND and DHCP. ISC has increased its focus to include enhancing the stability of the global DNS directly through reliable F-root nameserver operations and ongoing operation of a DNS crisis coordination center, ISC's OARC for DNS. ISC is also engaged with further protocol development efforts, particularly in the areas of DNS evolution and facilitating the transition to IPv6. Under the Hosted@ program, ISC also provides infrastructure to other open source projects such as NTP. ISC is supported by the donations of generous sponsors, program membership fees and specific fees for services. For program or donation information, please visit our web-site at http://www.isc.org/
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