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December 18, 2009
Thanks to the progressive death of the NAS server from which all our Internet facilities are served, we lost everything — Tracker, website, Wiki and news mirrors — piece-by-piece over the past days.

By gargantuan effort, Sean Leyne and his colleagues at Broadview have been reconstructing our infrastructure from scratch. The main website is up (obviously!). Others are more challenging, requiring radical reconstruction using new versions of underlying software, and will take time.

For now, if you find broken links (other than those to our other servers) then please feel free to inform us via a message to the Firebird-general list.

More info as it comes to light.
December 18, 2009
The latest Windows snapshots have been uploaded.
December 11, 2009
The project team announces that kits of Firebird 2.5.0 release candidate 1 are now available for all the supported main-line platforms (Win32, Win 64, Linux i86 and x86-64 and MacOS-X/Darwin i86 and x86-64). Please test it with your loads and report back to Firebird-devel. Note, this is the first of two RC releases.
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