FreeBSD 9.0-BETA3 Available...
carlj at peak.org
Tue Oct 4 22:04:58 UTC 2011
Ken Smith <kensmith at buffalo.edu> writes:
> On 10/4/11 3:39 PM, Arnaud Lacombe wrote:
>> you've got to be fraking kidding me, aren't you ?
>> Code freeze has happened, no date set. BETA-1, BETA-2 have been
>> released, no date set. stable/9 has been created, no date set.
>> Branch status has not been updated.
> I'll get to more of it later tonight.
>> At most, this edit is a bad joke, just like politician announcing
>> a few millions dollars in saving when the yearly budget is in
>> deficit by trillions...
> Or an edit done in the 5 minutes I had at the time so people who wanted
> to know the times of things that haven't happened already can get what
> they want to know.
>> For the record, I would have made a much better job, if you had let
> I'd love to know what you would have put for the dates I filled in.
There is also a similar schedule page at
http://www.freebsd.org/releases/9.0R/schedule.html. It is still out of
date and shows about the same as the other page did.
The distrowatch.org site shows scheduled releases for linux and *BSD,
and they showed BETA1 and BETA2 as originally scheduled. As a result,
there were a few requests on freebsd-questions asking where to get the
releases. Of course they hadn't been released, so they no longer show
any scheduled releases for FreeBSD, but still do for NetBSD and OpenBSD.
Carl Johnson carlj at peak.org
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