Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 3rd Jun 2007 14:13 UTC, submitted by Jan Schaumann
NetBSD The NetBSD Project has published the first 'quarterly' status report in 2007, covering the months January through June of 2007. "NetBSD is an actively developed operating system. With 54 different system architectures in total and binary support of 53 architectures in our last official release (NetBSD 3.1), our widely portable Packages Collection 'pkgsrc' and large userbase there is a lot going on within the project. In order to allow our users to follow the most important changes over the last few months, we provide a brief summary in these official status reports, released with irregular regularity. These reports are suitable for reproduction and publication in part or in whole as long as the source is clearly indicated. This status report summarizes the changes within NetBSD from January until June 2007."
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RE: Server OS
by dbolgheroni on Mon 4th Jun 2007 16:36 UTC in reply to "Server OS"
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2007-01-18

If you are really interested, you should go and read the mailing lists of the project. It's pretty clear why they don't drop support for such things.

NetBSD is not an big company, an enterprise which should focus on one thing or another. Linux isn't too, altought the money of some companies makes some people think Linux has a focus. This is open source (free software if you want) and if people think something should be done, it will be done.

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