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Mon Jul 13 19:50:18 UTC 2009
* Masoom Shaikh <masoom.shaikh at gmail.com> [090713 20:26]:
> On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 7:55 AM, Andrew Reilly <andrew-freebsd at areilly.bpc-users.org> wrote:
>> On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 12:55:19AM -0400, grarpamp wrote:
>>> Is there a general roadmap of what's planned
>>> for future major releases? I don't mean minor
>>> stuff like driver or contributed version bumps.
>>> But bigger, or just plain cool things, like as SMP,
>>> soft updates, ZFS, netgraph, pf, etc, were in the past.
>> I doubt that there's much "big" in the ambit of "Unix-like OS"
>> that isn't already in the 8-current series.
>> In a project like FreeBSD, "what's in the roadmap" equates
>> pretty closely with "what are the developers working on", and
>> that is summarised in the quarterly status reports, such as this
>> As for when any of this will "hit the tree" and find its way
>> into a release, that's very much a "how long is a piece of
>> string" sort of question; not really the way FreeBSD works.
>> Particularly since it moved to a calendar-based release
>> IMO, YMMV, i-do-not-speak-for-freebsd, etc.
> can this help ?
or you could visit this years eurobsdcon and listen to
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