git: c4f5e0542e - main - Status/2023Q3: Fixes

From: Lorenzo Salvadore <>
Date: Wed, 01 Nov 2023 11:05:09 UTC
The branch main has been updated by salvadore:


commit c4f5e0542ede18205621e3275966c6cf742eac67
Author:     Lorenzo Salvadore <>
AuthorDate: 2023-11-01 11:01:54 +0000
Commit:     Lorenzo Salvadore <>
CommitDate: 2023-11-01 11:04:58 +0000

    Status/2023Q3: Fixes
    Many fixes.
    In particular, in openstack.adoc a paragraph has been splitted to avoid
    a bad interaction of the # character in a link macro with a pair of #
    characters in a [.filename] tag.
 .../content/en/status/report-2023-07-2023-09/_index.adoc  |  6 ------
 .../status/report-2023-07-2023-09/freebsd-foundation.adoc |  4 ++--
 website/content/en/status/report-2023-07-2023-09/gcc.adoc |  2 ++
 .../en/status/report-2023-07-2023-09/openstack.adoc       |  3 ++-
 .../content/en/status/report-2023-07-2023-09/portmgr.adoc | 15 +++++++++------
 5 files changed, 15 insertions(+), 15 deletions(-)

diff --git a/website/content/en/status/report-2023-07-2023-09/_index.adoc b/website/content/en/status/report-2023-07-2023-09/_index.adoc
index 2720944fc0..78eb8df02b 100644
--- a/website/content/en/status/report-2023-07-2023-09/_index.adoc
+++ b/website/content/en/status/report-2023-07-2023-09/_index.adoc
@@ -27,8 +27,6 @@ toc::[]
 == FreeBSD Team Reports
@@ -45,10 +43,6 @@ include::{reports-path}/releng.adoc[]
diff --git a/website/content/en/status/report-2023-07-2023-09/freebsd-foundation.adoc b/website/content/en/status/report-2023-07-2023-09/freebsd-foundation.adoc
index f437dab834..c0afdc79b0 100644
--- a/website/content/en/status/report-2023-07-2023-09/freebsd-foundation.adoc
+++ b/website/content/en/status/report-2023-07-2023-09/freebsd-foundation.adoc
@@ -111,10 +111,10 @@ Some of this Foundation-sponsored work is described in separate report entries:
 * <<_enabling_snapshots_on_filesystems_using_journaled_soft_updates,Enabling Snapshots on Filesystems Using Journaled Soft Updates>>
 * <<_login_classes_fixes_and_improvements,Login Classes Fixes and Improvements>>
-* <<_openssl_3_in_base_-_improved,OpenSSL 3 in base - improved>>
+* <<_openssl_3_in_baseimproved,OpenSSL 3 in base -- Improved>>
 * <<_openstack_on_freebsd,OpenStack on FreeBSD>>
 * <<_process_visibility_security_policies,Process Visibility Security Policies>>
-* <<_simd enhancements for amd64,SIMD enhancements for amd64>>.
+* <<_simd_enhancements_for_amd64,SIMD enhancements for amd64>>.
 Members of the Technology Team attended EuroBSDCon 2023 in Coimbra, Portugal.
 Li-Wen Hsu gave a tutorial to help newcomers contribute to FreeBSD.
diff --git a/website/content/en/status/report-2023-07-2023-09/gcc.adoc b/website/content/en/status/report-2023-07-2023-09/gcc.adoc
index 294ee7a870..31bbde0246 100644
--- a/website/content/en/status/report-2023-07-2023-09/gcc.adoc
+++ b/website/content/en/status/report-2023-07-2023-09/gcc.adoc
@@ -13,9 +13,11 @@ The process to update GCC default version to GCC 13 has started with an link:htt
 The same exp-run contains additional patches as anticipated in last quarterly status report.
 In particular, it contains patches to update
 * package:lang/gcc11[] to version 11.4.0;
 * package:lang/gcc12[] to version 12.3.0;
 * package:lang/gcc13[] to version 13.2.0.
 The reader might remember that I had planned to update GCC default version to GCC 13 as soon as 13.1.0 was out, but as it can be noted the GCC developers were faster to release 13.2.0 than I was working on the GCC ports.
 Most of the bugs reported in the exp-run are due to the same error: `error: expected identifier before '__is_convertible'`.
diff --git a/website/content/en/status/report-2023-07-2023-09/openstack.adoc b/website/content/en/status/report-2023-07-2023-09/openstack.adoc
index fc9cd83181..465f875d76 100644
--- a/website/content/en/status/report-2023-07-2023-09/openstack.adoc
+++ b/website/content/en/status/report-2023-07-2023-09/openstack.adoc
@@ -21,8 +21,9 @@ With the aid of another critical part, the link:
 During development of the hook script, we found that the hook interface provided by Libvirt specifically for bhyve was link:[not well implemented].
 Fortunately, the Libvirt developer link:[fixed the issue] promptly, and we plan to refine our hook script when the fix is released in the future.
-We also addressed the nested bhyve issue (running bhyve VMs on top of Linux KVM) in our development environment mentioned in[the last quarterly report].
+We also addressed the nested bhyve issue (running bhyve VMs on top of Linux KVM) in our development environment mentioned in link:[the last quarterly report].
 It is caused by the APIC emulation of the two VT-x features: `VID` and `PostIntr`.
 Our host's CPUs have these two features so we need to disable them at the L1 guest, which acts as a bhyve host, in [.filename]#/boot/loader.conf# to make L2 guests not hanging.
 It is crucial for us to be able to work on the project in a fully virtualized environment due to the lack of physical resources.
 This could be equally important for people interested in the project, lowering the bar for them to try out or validate the entire POC on their environment without too demanding setup requirements.
diff --git a/website/content/en/status/report-2023-07-2023-09/portmgr.adoc b/website/content/en/status/report-2023-07-2023-09/portmgr.adoc
index 9a4fdda650..1e15ed00e3 100644
--- a/website/content/en/status/report-2023-07-2023-09/portmgr.adoc
+++ b/website/content/en/status/report-2023-07-2023-09/portmgr.adoc
@@ -22,21 +22,24 @@ The number of ports also grew a bit.
 During Q3 we welcomed Joel Bodenmann (jbo@) as a new ports committer, granted a ports commit bit to mizhka@ who was already a src committer, and took the commit bits of knu@ and uqs@ in for safe-keeping after a year of inactivity.
 Portgmr discussed and worked on the following things during Q3:
 * Some progress has been made on sub-packages and a lightning talk was given by pizzamig@ at EuroBSDCon
 * Overhauling some parts of the ports tree (LIB_DEPENDS, PREFIX, MANPREFIX, MANPATH)
 Support for FreeBSD 13.1 was removed from the ports tree as it reached its end-of-life on August 1st.
 The following happened on the infrastructure side:
 * USES for ebur128 and guile were added
 * Default versions for Mono, Perl, and PostgreSQL were updated to respectively 5.20, 5.34, and 15
 * Default versions for ebur128, guile, and pycryptography were added at respectively "rust", 2.2, and "rust"
 * Updates to major ports that happened were:
-  * pkg to 1.20.7
-  * chromium to 117.0.5938.132
-  * Firefox to 118.0.1
-  * KDE to 5.27.8
-  * Rust to 1.72.0
-  * Wine to 8.0.2
+** pkg to 1.20.7
+** chromium to 117.0.5938.132
+** Firefox to 118.0.1
+** KDE to 5.27.8
+** Rust to 1.72.0
+** Wine to 8.0.2
 During the last quarter, pgkmgr@ ran 18 exp-runs to test various ports upgrades, updates to default versions of ports, and changes to pycryptography.