FreeBSD 9.2 Release Candidate Is Out & On Time
Written by Michael Larabel in BSD on 5 August 2013 at 10:57 AM EDT. Add A Comment
The first release candidate for FreeBSD 9.2 is out this morning and it's on time compared to past FreeBSD releases that have been belated.

After going into beta last month, it's now the RC period for FreeBSD 9.2 ahead of the planned official release by the end of August.

The changes found in FreeBSD 9.2 RC1 are minimal as pointed out in the 9.2-RC1 release announcement.

Per the release process schedule, the process is still roughly on time although the branching process happened two days late, but still makes it look like FreeBSD 9.2 should be released in late August or at the beginning of September pending delays.
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