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  • phoronix
    started a topic What FreeBSD Achieved In Q3'2011

    What FreeBSD Achieved In Q3'2011

    Phoronix: What FreeBSD Achieved In Q3'2011

    Here's a look at what the FreeBSD project managed to achieve during the third quarter, from July through September. There's a few noteworthy items...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTAxMzE

  • sbergman27
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    Originally posted by RCL_ View Post
    Those people are volunteers, you cannot "shuffle" them to some other project.
    Does it matter if the Keystone Cops were volunteers or paid employees?

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  • soupbowl
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    I am looking forward to the new router setup, pfsense and monowall already destroy others in their class, in my opinion anyways.

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  • yogi_berra
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    Originally posted by oliver View Post
    Instead of putting more focus into projects like openwrt, FreeBSD seems to suffer from the 'not invented here' syndrome. I understand that it's most likly due to licensing, BSD folks don't like the GPL, just like GPL folk don't like the BSD license I guess.
    Actually they suffer from "We don't want to get sued by the SFLC for using a broadcom radio with busybox" syndrome.

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  • RCL_
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    Those people are volunteers, you cannot "shuffle" them to some other project. So there's no wastage of resources - there's perhaps lack of resources in some areas.

    And also, world at large needs to be redundant. "Duplication of work" is actually a good thing.

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  • oliver
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    zrouter?!?

    Instead of putting more focus into projects like openwrt, FreeBSD seems to suffer from the 'not invented here' syndrome. I understand that it's most likly due to licensing, BSD folks don't like the GPL, just like GPL folk don't like the BSD license I guess.

    Wanting to have the bsd kernel running on a router instead of the linux kernel, I can get. But developing an entire platform ... just smells like like a lot of duplication of work imo.

    In any case, I guess it'll be nice it would be nice to have a BSD based router firmware for common routers


    P.S. The reason why i'm 'ranting' about this, is more about 'don't they need those developer resources elsewhere?' like thoughts.

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