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Date: Tue, 19 Feb 91 17:11:10 -0500
From: John T Kohl < jtkohl@MIT.EDU>
To: krbdev@MIT.EDU

Meeting minutes, 19 Feb 1991

	present: jtkohl, tytso
	absent: jon (was busy), jfc (unknown)

no new meeting date has been set; a meeting sometime next week when
PEOPLE WILL SHOW UP might be nice...

Well, Ted and John just basically talked about current state of things,
which is looking fairly good.

		jtkohl has been working on lots of various small things, many
	kdc-related in one way or another.

		tytso has been working on adjusting the API for consistency
	w.r.t. allocated return values, and is probably finished modulo RCS
	check-in and minor API doc cleanup

		jon has been busy with the Athena/IS merger/reorg stuff, and
	hasn't had time for stuff, and probably won't have time in the
	near term for stuff :-(.

		>>> jfc was missing again <<<

As usual, see /mit/krb5/src/TODO2 for lists of specific outstanding
items and currently-assigned pieces.

upcoming alpha/beta release?
	John brought calendars of February and March, with which to
start thinking about alpha/beta releases.

	things to be done before the next alpha/beta release:
		finish up kdc password seeding
		finish krb_safe/krb_priv rcache stuff
		finish subsession key stuff
		finish address checking in sample client & telnetd

	possible alpha target: 1 march
	possible beta target: mid march


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