cvs commit: www/en/advocacy myths.sgml
pav at FreeBSD.org
Mon Jan 9 00:38:41 PST 2006
> + <li><p><a href="http://www.dragonflybsd.org/">
> + DragonflyBSD</a> started as a code fork from
> (For style consistency) we should not wrap like this the content of
> <a></a> tags.
It's done in many other pages.
> + <li><p><a href="http://people.freebsd.org/~picobsd/picobsd.html">
> + PicoBSD</a> is a tailored distribution of FreeBSD that fits
> + on a floppy. It is great for turning diskless 386 PC into a
> + router or a network print server. It is based on FreeBSD
> + 3.x.</p></li>
> The old text regarding PicoBSD was correct, this new one is not.
> PicoBSD is not based on FreeBSD 3.X but on the source of the system used
> to build it (/usr/src/release/picobsd). The provided link is outdated
> (and will never be updated), a better solution would be to point on
> /usr/src/release/picobsd or nothing.
That webpage must be updated or taken down. Who can access it?
Note that it's referenced on other pages of the website too, see
I decided to link picobsd(8) manpage instead. I also updated the text a
> + <li><p><a href="../projects/nanobsd/">
> + NanoBSD</a> is another project to produce a reduced versions
> + of FreeBSD to put it on a Compact Flash card or other mass
> + storage.</p></li>
> It would be interesting to mention that NanoBSD is supported by the
> FreeBSD Project and is part of the base tree.
> + <li><p><a href="http://www.tinybsd.org/tinybsd">
> + TinyBSD</a> is a set of tools made up of shell scripts
> + designed to allow easy development of Embedded Systems based
> + on FreeBSD 5.x and 6.x.</p></li>
> s/.x/.X/ for consistency.
Pav Lucistnik <pav at oook.cz>
<pav at FreeBSD.org>
What do you mean? An African or a European swallow?
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