Broken Links, no downloads... only this forum

Broken Links, no downloads... only this forum

Bild des Benutzers samiq

Hi guys, I am new in this community and wanted to join in. Sadly it seems that Intel has removed every single reference about the upnp initiative and its tools from their website and the only thing remaining alive is this forum.

All links pointing to intel papers, pages and even the downloads itself are currently broken. They all point tohttp://software.intel.com/en-us/ which in today's age ofknowledgemanagement I find completely un-reasonable from a player like intel. I came across some videos hosted in blip.tv but even those posts linked to resources no longer available. It's sad to see that just as the world ofubiquitous computing is starting to lift up intel closes an effort like this. Hopefully some could bring the resources back on line, as from what I see Intel lead this field becoming almost the point of reference in the medium. Cheers and happy hacking!
2 Beiträge / 0 neu
Letzter Beitrag
Nähere Informationen zur Compiler-Optimierung finden Sie in unserem Optimierungshinweis.
Bild des Benutzers ylian-saint-hilaire (Intel)
Quoting - samiq Hi guys, I am new in this community and wanted to join in. Sadly it seems that Intel has removed every single reference about the upnp initiative and its tools from their website and the only thing remaining alive is this forum. All links pointing to intel papers, pages and even the downloads itself are currently broken. They all point tohttp://software.intel.com/en-us/ which in today's age ofknowledgemanagement I find completely un-reasonable from a player like intel. I came across some videos hosted in blip.tv but even those posts linked to resources no longer available. It's sad to see that just as the world ofubiquitous computing is starting to lift up intel closes an effort like this. Hopefully some could bring the resources back on line, as from what I see Intel lead this field becoming almost the point of reference in the medium. Cheers and happy hacking!

As you saw from all my previous posts, the tools are back up at http://opentools.homeip.net. Sorry for the broken links. I guess someone just figured after a long time without updates they would just remove it. The new version is a little better, if you have bug reports or improvements please post them here.

Ylian

Melden Sie sich an, um einen Kommentar zu hinterlassen.