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The FreeBSD Foundation has announced another project that they’re funding: Ed Schouten has been awarded a grant to write a new console driver for the FreeBSD project. We are excited to support Ed in providing a more efficient and user friendly console … Continue reading
The FreeBSD Foundation has announced they have accepted two project proposals! AVR32 – 32-bit MIPS Architecture Arnar Mar Sig has been awarded a grant to develop AVR32 support for FreeBSD. AVR32 is a 32-bit MIPS architecture targeted for low power … Continue reading
A couple of days ago, Google announced it’s sponsoring some FreeBSD related projects in its annual Summer of Code. Now the FreeBSD Foundation has also announced it has accepted a project (not GSoC) for funding. Rui Paulo will be implementing the … Continue reading
The FreeBSD Foundation has issued today the following update: Accepting Project Proposals Do you have a great idea for improving FreeBSD? Do you need funding to get the job done? We are currently accepting project proposals until March 10. We … Continue reading
The FreeBSD Foundation has announced the soliciting of proposal submissions for work relating to any of the major subsystems or infrastructure within the FreeBSD operating system. A budget of $30,000 was allocated to fund multiple development projects. Proposals will be evaluated based on desirability, … Continue reading
Deb Goodkin announced on behalf of the FreeBSD Foundation their gratitude for last year’s donations. Dear FreeBSD Community, The FreeBSD Foundation would like to thank everyone for your donations in 2008. We are extremely grateful to everyone who dug deep … Continue reading
FreeBSD Foundation is a non-profit organisation supporting the FreeBSD Project by part-funding some BSD conferences, by giving traveling grants to FreeBSD developers so they can go to conferences, by paying some developers etc etc. The Foundation is some $33.000 off their … Continue reading
Please find below the FreeBSD Foundation Newsletter for December 2008. In this Edition: Letter From the Vice President End-of-Year Fundraising Drive Safe Removal of Active Disk Devices Improvements to the FreeBSD TCP Stack Network Stack Virtualization Project FreeBSD Advocacy in … Continue reading