has come around nicely. I just got an email from the GNU project about it, they want to include it in their directory. This also happened to the diet libc a while back and after that it really took off. I take this as a good omen ;) The diet libc has been ported to x86_64 and ia64 now, I think it is time to look at it from a security point of view now and try to get external people to audit the source code. It is getting used on servers more and more.
I haven't had much time for tinyldap lately, regrettably. Too bad as it still does not have ACLs or write capability.
On the other hand, I am thinking about writing an sshd that only supports protocol version 2. I don't have that warm and fuzzy feeling with openssh any more.