On Sun, 2004-02-15 at 23:05, Manuel Kasper wrote:
> Today, exactly one year after the first version of m0n0wall has been
> released on 02/15/2003, I'm proud to announce the immediate availability
> of m0n0wall 1.0. I decided that it was about time we had a real release
> (it seemed that some people had forgotten that "pb" stood for "public
> beta" anyway), and today felt like the right day to do it.
> m0n0wall 1.0 is essentially pb27 with a few minor fixes (see the change
> log for details).
> Get it at:
> All older (pb) versions can be upgraded to 1.0 via the usual procedure.
> This version number change of course doesn't mean that m0n0wall has
> become completely bug-free overnight. I like to think though that
> compared to other projects, it is now stable and featureful enough to
> warrant not being called "beta" anymore.
> Quite a lot has changed in these 365 days since pb1 - wireless support,
> PPTP, DNS forwarder, IPsec VPN, 1:1 NAT, NTP, static routes, adv.
> outbound NAT, SNMP, traffic shaper queues, mobile IPsec VPN, proxy ARP,
> server NAT just to name the most obvious.
Congrats on the 1.0 release, Manuel - it sure is stable enough to call
m0n0wall is a nice product, and I trust m0n0BSD will follow in its
path. Keep up the good work, and keep having fun!
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