Fwd: HEADSUP: Call for FreeBSD Status Reports - 4Q/2010
danger at FreeBSD.org
Sat Jan 15 12:50:14 UTC 2011
the submission date for status report entries is due today and so far I
have received only 12 of them. I am of course open to accept more
submissions, but please try to submit them as soon as possible (at least
let me know you are planning to).
It would be great to inform our community about the progress made during
the previous quarter as well as about the upcoming projects!
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: HEADSUP: Call for FreeBSD Status Reports - 4Q/2010
Date: Mon, 27 Dec 2010 13:26:41 +0100
From: Daniel Gerzo <danger at FreeBSD.org>
Organization: The FreeBSD Project
To: current at freebsd.org, hackers at freebsd.org
I would like to remind you that the next round of status reports
covering the last quarter of 2010 is due on January 15th, 2011. This
initiative is very welcome in our community. Therefore, I would like to
ask you to submit your status reports soon, so that we can compile the
report on time.
Do not hesitate and write us a few lines - a short description about
what you are working on, what are your plans and goals, so we can inform
our community about your great work! Check out the reports from the past
to get some inspiration of what your submission should look like.
If you know about a project that should be included in the status
report, please let us know as well, so we can poke the responsible
people to provide us with something useful. Updates to submissions from
the last report are welcome too.
Note that the submissions are accepted from anyone involved within the
FreeBSD community, you do not have to be a FreeBSD committer.
Submissions about anything related to FreeBSD are very welcome!
Please email us the filled-in XML template which can be found at
monthly at FreeBSD.org, or alternatively use our web based form located at
For more information, please visit http://www.freebsd.org/news/status/.
We are looking forward to see your submissions!
S pozdravom / Best regards
Daniel Gerzo, FreeBSD committer
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