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Wed, 5 Mar 2003 19:26:21 +0530
If memory serves me right, minddog wrote:
> On Tuesday 04 March 2003 22:44, Roger R. Smith wrote:
> > Hi, I definately would like to help you guys. I am a Math/CS grad from
> > UNC-Chapel Hill. I now work at Cisco Systems in Raleigh, NC. I have been
> > using MS .NET for my own pleasure only for about a month or 2 and I love
> > it. So I would like to contribute on making it more prevalent to everyone.
> Wonderful, how did you find out about us? We would be delighted to have you
Same here .
> We currently have an absolute zero people working on System.Security, so go
> for it!
Zero == 1 Rhys :-) ... Right now System.Security is still in its infancy,
except for the Cryptography namespace which has been implemented by Rhys.
I really don't know what all classes are missing in Security , but the
[TODO]s are really scarce (Rhys as usual ;).
> Note to others: Does anyone know the current status on System.Security?
Afaik, none of the pnetlib I/O or networking stuff implements Security
regulations (Permissions etc..) . So I think System.Security should be
worked upon seriously, and implemented for these operations. The latter
should be a significant change in pnetlib.
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