ISC Ends BIND Development and Renames it Bundy

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Today, ISC released the last version of BIND 10 , ending the organization's development work and signalling that no further updates will be made to the source pool.

The Bundy Project is currently working with the ISC to move the code to GitHub to continue the program's development.

BIND 9 is the most popular DNS server in use today.

Confusing article (Score: 3, Insightful)

by zocalo@pipedot.org on 2014-04-18 07:33 (#142)

I think ISC is actually only ending development of BIND 10, and it is this tree that is being renamed to Bundy and transferred to GitHub. As ISC notes in the article, BIND 9 is a separate project for which there is no mention of development ending, so I assume this to mean they will continue to develop BIND 9.
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