[Nut-upsuser] Formalizing the end of the relationship with Eaton

Greg Vickers daehenoc at iinet.net.au
Sat Feb 15 10:31:17 UTC 2014

On 15/02/14 19:56, Arnaud Quette wrote:
> Dear NUT users,
> The relationship with Eaton was in need of clarification for a long 
> time, which happened over the past weeks.This is now officially noted 
> on the NUT side, through moving Eaton from the "Main supporter" to 
> "Supporting UPS manufacturer", rewording the content and putting a big 
> warning [1].
> Quoting these main changes:
> "Eaton, has been the main NUT supporter in the past, between 2007 and 
> 2011, continuing MGE UPS SYSTEMS efforts.
> ...
> The situation has evolved, and since 2011 Eaton does not support NUT 
> anymore.
> This may still evolve in the future.
> But for now, please do not consider anymore that buying Eaton products 
> will provide you with official support from Eaton, or a better level 
> of device support in NUT."
> Considering that I'm still an Eaton employee, this blurry situation 
> was one of the main factors that kept me away from NUT for the past 
> couple of years.
> Not the only one, but I'm working on these points one after another.
> You can expect to see me slowly starting to bother you all again in a 
> soon future ;)

Aw, you never bothered :)  Thanks for the clarification, I've been 
unaware of that particular situation.  You must be relieved that this 
situation is becoming a bit clearer, and hopefully gives you the ability 
to pursue what you want to do!


> Cheers,
> Arnaud
> --
> [1] http://www.networkupstools.org/acknowledgements.html#Eaton
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