Today I released a new version of LibIDN. No major changes, although Alexander Gnauck contributed an update of his C# port.
I’m feeling somewhat saddened how far the IDNAbis proposals are going without any attempts to work with the SASLPrep community. I predict that SASLPrep2 will be a fork of StringPrep1, rather than a profile of StringPrep2.
Update! It seems savannah.gnu.org is down, which seems to affect uploads to alpha.gnu.org. The normal distribution URLs go to a directory checked out from CVS, but I’ve manually made sure the directory contain the latest release even though CVS checkouts doesn’t work.