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daemon@TELECOM.MIT.EDU (Jennifer Steiner)
Tue Nov 8 13:26:01 1988

To: kerberos@ATHENA.MIT.EDU
From: Jennifer Steiner <steiner@ATHENA.MIT.EDU>

John Kohl <jtkohl@athena.mit.edu> will be taking over
responsibility for leading the Kerberos development
project at Athena.  John graduated from MIT last year
and is now a DEC employee working full-time at Athena.
During his undergraduate career at MIT, he worked on
various Athena projects, including Kerberos and the
Zephyr Notification System.

I'll still be working on Kerberos for a while, mostly
working on some documents that need to be written.

Jennifer

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