The developers of FreeBSD have posted their quarterly status report. Follow the link below to hear reports from FreeBSD Bugmeister, Ports Collection, and the FreeBSD Core Team.
This report covers FreeBSD-related projects between January and March 2015. This is the first of four reports planned for 2015.
The first quarter of 2015 was another productive quarter for the FreeBSD project and community. FreeBSD is being used in research projects, and those projects are making their way back into FreeBSD as new and exciting features, bringing improved network performance and security features to the system. Work continues to improve support for more architectures and architecture features, including progress towards the goal of making ARM (32- and 64-bit) a Tier 1 platform in FreeBSD 11. The toolchain is receiving updates, with new versions of clang/LLVM in place, migrations to ELF Tool Chain tools, and updates to the LLDB and gdb debuggers. Work by ports teams and kernel developers is maintaining and improving the state of FreeBSD as a desktop operating system. The pkg team is continuing to make binary packages easier to use and upgrade.
Thanks to all the reporters for the excellent work!
The deadline for submissions covering the period from April to June 2015 is July 7th, 2015.
View the full report: https://www.freebsd.org/news/status/report-2015-01-2015-03.html