The NTPsec Project is pleased to announce the tagging of version 1.2.0, with official official support for RFC8915 "Network Time Security for the Network Time Protocol"

As always, the most accurate record of changes is in the git history at gitlab.com/ntpsec/ntpsec

The NTPsec Project is using a new GPG key, key id E57235D22764129FA4F2F4D17F52608ED0E49D76

The NTPsec Project is pleased to announce the tagging of version 1.1.9

As aways, the most accurate record of changes is in the git history at
gitlab.com/NTPsec/ntpsec

Unless one of our contributors pulls the stop cord, NTPsec will tag version 1.1.9 on 2020-05-23

There is no need to specify the year in a copyright statement. Several large legally sophisticated companies, include Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and Facebook, are now publishing open source code with copyright statements without a year. We encourage the larger open source community to emulate this. blog.ntpsec.org/2020/02/15/cop

The NTPsec Project is pleased to announce the tagging of version 1.1.8

As aways, the most accurate record of changes is in the git history at
gitlab.com/NTPsec/ntpsec

We thank commento.io for existing, for being awesome, and for doing social login with gitlab. blog.ntpsec.org/2019/09/04/com

The NTPsec Project is pleased to announce the tagging of version 1.1.7

As aways, the most accurate record of changes is in the git history at
gitlab.com/NTPsec/ntpsec

The NTPsec Project now officially posts to @ntpsec What you see at @ntpsec@twitter.com is just an automatic shadow.

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