Why is this happening?
Users have been reporting that finding this site to be a problem because of the unusual .tech suffix. As a result, some users have not gotten the level of support we think they deserve. Combined with our desire to open source AuditTrail and to use open source software ourselves, we are moving away from Jira, Confluence and Bitbucket and we are now using a much more integrated and streamlined tool set.
What is Courier and what will happen to AuditTrail?
AuditTrail began it's life back in 2006. It's been rebuilt three times and has undergone many enhancements and upgrades over the years. We've learned a lot about software architecture in those 13 years and have realized that we can do a better job of routing audits and building reliable software - better than the current codebase will allow. Combine that with the ever increasing demand for a solution that will route more than just audits, we've decided that taking the best ideas from AuditTrail and combining them with new Test Driven Development, adding the ability to route ALL correspondence, it's clear that now is the time to reinvent AuditTrail. The new project we've named Courier will soon replace AuditTrail. We've chosen the name Courier as it more closely reflects the wider feature set.
AuditTrail will continue to be supported until everyone has successfully migrated to Courier. Your current support agreements will remain in effect and will be applied to Courier. However, aside from bugfixes, we've elected to feature-freeze AuditTrail to allow our developers to focus on getting Courier off the ground.
Courier will have every feature current versions of AuditTrail have, but it will provide a platform for many other data sources, not just CSEC audits.
We're excited about the new projects we'll be building and look forward to serving for a very long time to come.