He reached out to Tim Sawyer WA6AWP, as he was solely responsible for the website, vetting new members and assigning node numbers. Tim is also the developer of Allmon and Allmon2; the AllStar Monitor and Control Panel. Tim accepted Steve's invitation, and has been a large part of the project ever since.
Steve also invited Bryan Fields W9CR because of his knowledge of servers and networking, among many others. Bryan has dealt with the
'behind the scenes" architecture since then.
These five individuals carried the project along for many months. Steve Zingman set many goals; the biggest one was - - this project will no longer be the responsibility of one person. Since then, the group has gathered together many talented people for the admin and development teams. ASL 1.01 was released with new features like selectable audio filtering, and a new menu driven setup system. AllStarLink is an Incorporated Florida non-profit entity, currently waiting for 501(C)3 status. There is a stable Board of Directors, and now over a dozen people helping with the project. The AllStar Link Network is stable, growing, and will be for years to come. We will continue to move forward with our goal of preserving the product and vision of Jim Dixon.