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The Bordeaux Technology Group released Bordeaux 2.0.4 for FreeBSD and PC-BSD yesterday. Bordeaux 2.0.4 is a maintenance release that fixes a number of small bugs. With this release the Bordeux UI changed from a GTKDialog to a GTKWindow, the “OK” … Continue reading
iXsystems has hosted the Quality Assurance Tinderbox used within the FreeBSD ports infrastructure for several months. The Quality Assurance Tinderbox (QAT) is an automated QA system used to identify problems in FreeBSD ports and packages, by building ports and generating … Continue reading
Google has just announced the projects it will be funding this summer during its annual Summer of Code Event : 6 FreeBSD related Projects are included : Jacub Klama : Generic DMA engine framework for FreeBSD The aim of this project … Continue reading
A new and alternative open source business model. Chromium / Google Chrome Google Chrome does not need much introduction any more, especially not to those interested in open source software. It is the best browser available. It is fast, secure, supports … Continue reading
Josh Paetzel, Director of IT at iXsystems is looking for your input about FreeBSD’s Quality Assurance Tinderbox (QAT). [ .. ] For some time now iXsystems has been hosting a small part of the FreeBSD ports infrastructure called QAT, the … Continue reading
Google’s Go is now supported under FreeBSD (source) “Go, Google’s programming language, has now been with us for four months. Ridiculed at first, then named Programming Language of the Year 2009 by TIOBE for its rapid climb up its language … Continue reading