timothy from the ideas-don't-die-though dept.
V. Mole writes "After five years, the FreeS/WAN project has decided to end development. The main reason seems to be that although the project was technically successful, it was not making much progress with its political goals of encrypting a significant portion of all Internet communications, although one might guess that the selection of KAME for the standard Linux IPSEC implementation might also have influenced this decision. And don't panic, the software will remain available, and of course some other group is free to continue development."
Stinginess with privileges is kindness in disguise.
-- Guide to VAX/VMS Security, Sep. 1984