Linked by Eugenia Loli on Thu 23rd Jun 2005 18:11 UTC
Original OSNews Interviews One of my popular articles shortly after I joined OSNews in 2001 proved to be "the big *BSD interview" and so it is only appropriate to end my serving at OSNews with a similar theme. Today we are very happy to host a Q&A with well-known FreeBSD developers John Baldwin, Robert Watson and Scott Long. We discuss about FreeBSD 6 and its new features, the competition, TrustedBSD, Darwin etc.
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FreeBSD 6.0
by Hakkinen666 on Fri 24th Jun 2005 08:32 UTC

My two cents:
1. Keep the installer the way it is.Clean,fast and reliable.
2. I think Scott Long has stressed multiple times now how 6.X will reap the benefits of the 5.X branch,I've beta-tested 6.0-snapshots for a while now, ranging from platforms as varied as PIV Prescotts to v20z SunFires,running processor-intensive software such as Mathematica and let me just tell you it's been quite impressive, especially compared with 5.X and any other OS I've tested so far, performance wise I can tell that 6.X picks up where 4.X stayed, sacrificing performance for stability is always the way to go, keep it up guys and thanks for all your wonderful work.