Christopher has already hit the ground running with a new public beta which fixes some outstanding Tiger and Leopard related issues in the software. In addition to that, he’s taken over full hosting of all released versions for OS X versions 10.2 through 10.4 and beyond. You can consider him the goto guy for all things Cache Out X now.
As part of the hand off, Christopher was kind enough to outline his road map for COX over the next few months. I can honestly say that both Tom Neveu of NoName Scriptware (Cache Out X’s original papa) and I are excited to see what he has in store for the application.
So with this official passing of the torch, I’d like to extend a huge thanks to Christopher for being the guy to step in and keep the dev fire burning, to Tom Neveu for allowing me to take over COX to begin with, and to all the users who’ve been so supportive along the way.
Join me in wishing Christopher all the best as he breathes new life into Cache Out X.