The FreeBSD Project has announced their status report for the third quarter of 2006. This report covers topics such as GJournal, Xen, DTrace, ZFS, iSCSI and the ARM port. Also, there is a lot of information about upcoming BSD conferences.
FreeBSD Project Status Report – Q3 2006
Submitted by Joel Dahl 2006-10-19 FreeBSD 9 Comments
There are a lot of very good things happening in the FreeBSD world. Patch management for the base system and updating ports is becoming easier than ever. Stability is once again approaching the level of 4.x. Finally, there is a lot of performance improvements everywhere and a lot of fresh new/conservative ideas for scalability. FreeBSD 6.2 is going to be great. And once support for 4.x and 5.x ends, the FreeBSD team will be free to just look ahead and focus on the multicore future. Kudos to the best “free as in free” OS on the planet.