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Category Archives: FreeBSD Foundation
The following is taken from the FreeBSD Foundation update for February 2008: Financial Update Last year we had a fund raising goal of $250,000. We are extremely pleased that we exceeded our goal by raising over $400,000! We want to … Continue reading
2007 is over. It was a very successful year for open source software and another 12 interesting months have passed for FreeBSD. In this post I want to look back at 2007 and see how FreeBSD faired, what happened in … Continue reading
There’s a new issue of the FreeBSD Foundation newsletter (Q4)/ The innovation of the past lives on in FreeBSD. From SMP and network scalability to innovations in security APIs and wireless networking, the technology of FreeBSD is making an impact … Continue reading
The FreeBSD Foundation is kicking off the End-of-Year Fund Raising Drive! The FreeBSD Project is not a company and to keep functioning it is dependent upon financial support from users and supporters. So far, $221,808 has been raised – short … Continue reading
The FreeBSD Foundation is pleased to announce the kicking off of the 2007 Fall Fundraising campaign by auctioning off the first copy of the book Absolute FreeBSD, 2nd Edition. You can be the first one to own this book, while … Continue reading
This report covers FreeBSD related projects between July and October 2007. The sixth EuroBSDCon was held in Denmark in September. The Google Summer of Code project came to a close and lots of participants are working getting their code merged … Continue reading
If you’re interested in what’s happening with FreeBSD at the moment and especially the technical side of the project, you should have a quick read through the FreeBSD Quaterly Status Report (compiled by Max Laier). This report covers FreeBSD related … Continue reading