FreeBSD ports which are currently scheduled for deletion

Kurt Jaeger lists at
Sat May 24 22:01:03 UTC 2014


> I agree that there was a lot of change in the ports tree recently.
> But: There is a reason for this: The ports tree has to be cleaner
> so that it can provide better automatic processes to the users.
> It's not easy, but it's getting there.

I found a presentation which really goes deep into the process
and reasoning behind going to pkgng and staging:

Very cool stuff.

pi at            +49 171 3101372                         6 years to go !

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