Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 30th Apr 2009 20:42 UTC
OpenBSD The OpenBSD team has released OpenBSD 4.5. There have been lots of changes and bug fixes, but it's a rather daunting list that doesn't really lend itself towards a summary (hint), but I guess if you use OpenBSD you are perfectly capable of figuring this out yourself. You can get the new release from the download page.
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RE: To many features.
by Thom_Holwerda on Fri 1st May 2009 05:46 UTC in reply to "To many features."
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So many new features you didn't make it to the front page *sigh*

I can't be knowledgeable on every subject we cover. I don't know anything about OpeBSD, NetBSD, or any of the other BSDs, nor does my interest really lie there. As such, a changelog simply means jack all to me. That's why NetBSD provides a nice summary of the most important changes that I can use. You know, like ever other software project has been doing since, I don't know, Jesus walked the earth.

OpenBSD just gives me a damn changelog that might as well be written in Chinese. If you want this on the frontpage, then help us out by writing a nice item for it. Like I said, you can't expect me to know everything or have an interest in everything.

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RE[2]: To many features.
by Oliver on Fri 1st May 2009 15:13 in reply to "RE: To many features."
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No there aren't too many features and the changelog isn't too big, instead there is too much hype in FOSS world.

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