Sine Nomine Associates was proud to sponsor a student this summer as part of the Brazil Scientific Mobility Summer Internship program.
Our intern spent his summer doing research and development on the OpenAFS source code, preparing the code for IPv6 functionality. The existing code base assumes socket addresses are 32-bit. Over the summer, our intern updated the code base to be IPv4/IPv6 neutral.
The work he did is now undergoing testing, and Sine Nomine has a goal of making it experimentally available next year.
We are grateful to IIE for facilitating this program and making it available to SNA!