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The main wiki page will be here: http://pki-svn.fedora.redhat.com/wiki/PKI_Main_Page If you want to pull and build from source, start here: http://pki-svn.fedora.redhat.com/wiki/PKI_Building If you're just interested in grabbing a pre-build binary, start here: http://pki-svn.fedora.redhat.com/wiki/PKI_Install_GuideDogtag includes the token management system that already integrates with the Coolkey java applet. There is now an end-to-end solution for issuing, enrolling, and managing your smart cards. If you interested in tracking or contributing to this project you can sign up for the following mailing lists:
* pki-announce@xxxxxxxxxx * pki-users@xxxxxxxxxx * pki-devel@xxxxxxxxxx * pki-commits@xxxxxxxxxxThere is also an IRC channel for people to discuss the Certificate System on irc.freenode.net. The channel is #dogtag-pki. Together the Dogtag and Coolkey communities have a chance to push Smart Cards and PKI to the next level.
The information above is also available here: http://boblord.livejournal.com/19010.html
You can read Red Hat's announcement here: http://www.press.redhat.com/2008/03/19/source-code-for-red-hat-certificate-system-released/
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