Jan Schaumann published the NetBSD Foundation’s third quarterly status report, covering the months July through September of 2004.Among many other things, this status report covers NetBSD version numbering scheme changes and of course upcoming release of NetBSD 2.0. It is available here.
After tagging NetBSD-2.0_RC1 and NetBSD-2.0_RC2, there have been a few pullups that fix some issues with Linux emulation under NetBSD/i386 as well as some installation problems under some of the arm-based ports. This means that the final release of NetBSD 2.0 will need to be pushed back approximately 1-2 weeks to allow for testing of this Release Candidate.
As usual, binary snapshots will soon be available on the release engineering ftp server.
Right now available are some unofficial RC3 Iso-Images here (sparc, sparc64, macppc, mac68k, vax and of course i386) made by some enthusiasts.