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He's the guy behind the current build and packaging system and maintains by far the most packages in the Cygwin distribution.
Jon Turney is developer and maintainer of the Cygwin X server and a couple of related packages.
The home page for the Cygwin project is https://cygwin.com/.
There you should find everything you need for Cygwin, including links for download and setup, a current list of mirror sites, a User's Guide, an API Reference, mailing lists and archives. Parts are GNU software (gcc, gas, ld, etc...), parts are covered by the standard X11 license, some of it is public domain, some of it was written by Red Hat (or the former Cygnus Solutions) and placed under the GPL. You don't have to pay anyone to use it but you should be sure to read the copyright section of the FAQ for more information on how the GNU General Public License may affect your use of these tools.
They can be used from one of the provided Unix shells like bash, tcsh or zsh.
Cygwin can be expected to run on all modern, released versions of Windows.
Please note that all of us working on Cygwin try to be as responsive as possible and deal with patches and questions as we get them, but realistically we don't have time to answer all of the email that is sent to the main mailing list. You can pick and choose the packages you wish to install, and update them individually.
If you are looking for the version number for the whole Cygwin release, there is none.
Each package in the Cygwin release has its own version.
The Cygwin distribution contains thousands of packages from the Open Source world including most GNU tools, many BSD tools, an X server and a full set of X applications.
If you're a developer you will find tools, headers and libraries allowing to write Windows console or GUI applications that make use of significant parts of the POSIX API.
"foo", instead of "setup" -U --keep-untrusted-keys Use untrusted keys and retain all -L --local-install Install from local directory -l --local-package-dir Local package directory -m --mirror-mode Skip availability check when installing from local directory (requires local directory to be clean mirror!