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FreeBSD Foundation end-of-year newsletter (2009)

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Deb Goodkin announced the publication of the annual FreeBSD Foundation’s End-of-Year Newsletter (2009).

Table of contents:

Letter From the President
End-of-Year Fundraising Update
New Console Driver
Flattened Device Tree Project
Improvements to the FreeBSD TCP Stack
Highly Available Storage Project
FreeBSD Developer Summit, Cambridge, UK
EuroBSDCon 2009
KyivBSD 2009
2009 Grant and Travel Grant Recipients
FreeBSD Testimonial from iXsystems
Financials

The full newsletter can be read here.

(nod to Freebsdnews.net)




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