FreeBSD 10.2 Will Be Released On Time
Written by Michael Larabel in BSD on 12 August 2015 at 02:03 PM EDT. 1 Comment
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FreeBSD 10.2 is going to be released on time. The -RELEASE process has begun.

Some FreeBSD releases in the past have been delayed rather significantly to overcome issues without sacrificing the quality of the release. For FreeBSD 10.2, it's going to go out on time with all issues resolved.

Release manager Glen Barber announced today, "Hopefully the final status update before the final release announcement. As of r286666, releng/10.2 has been renamed to reflect -RELEASE status, and the 10.2-RELEASE builds have been started (a bit earlier than the original schedule planned). Please keep in mind, the release is not final until the PGP-signed email is sent to [email protected], in case there are any issues discovered at the last minute that require the builds to be rerolled and/or pulled from the mirrors."

Stay tuned for the official release announcement and details next week.
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