Plan For xllmnrd 3.0

(This post is a reproduction from Change(b)Log.)

As you may know, xllmnrd 2.0 is out now. The next version will be 3.0 and there are several issues I could work on before making a new release, for instance:

  • New option to specify the user xllmnrd operates with (issue #31).
  • Proper response to A queries (issue #23).
  • Removal of the number limit of interfaces (issue #45).

Some of these issues may be in version 3.0 and others may not. So, I would like to know which issue is more important than others to you? I will try to work on the issues that get more votes.

If you have a Bitbucket account, please vote for the issues that are important to you.

Work On xllmnrd Will Slow Down

(This post is a reproduction from Change(b)Log.)

After the beta release of xllmnrd, it appears that fewer people are really interested in xllmnrd or an open-source LLMNR responder implementation on GNU/Linux than I expected. Although we have still many issues to complete the planned features, I could not use so much time for xllmnrd as before unless we would gain more interests in it. So the work on xllmnrd will for a while slow down so that I can work on other projects as well. If you see xllmnrd is interesting or looks useful for you, please let me know so that I can help you solve your problem sooner.