The latest ARM platform that NetBSD has been ported to is the NVIDIA Jetson TK1.
This Tegra K1 ARM SoC Cortex-A15 development board is now in a fairly good working state with HDMI audio/video working along with other stability fixes. The NetBSD -current code is working on this board with the customized "JETSONTK1" kernel.
AMD's Tom Stellard has added a basic AMDGPU toolchain driver to the Clang compiler.
The Clang front-end is now able to target the AMDGPU (formerly known as R600) toolchain with its LLVM back-end that has long been in development. The small commit sets the AMDGPU target, sets the default integrated assembler, and uses lld for linking.
The upstream Linux kernel has had its upstream Valley View DRM graphics support for a few years now for the HD Graphics found within Intel's Atom/Celeron "Bay Trail" SoCs. The DragonFlyBSD kernel as of today has finally managed to put its Linux-ported Intel DRM driver into a state that it too can support Valley View.
The second BETA build for the FreeBSD 10.2 release cycle is now available.
The FreeBSD Project, through Glen Barber, announced recently that the second Beta build of the forthcoming and highly anticipated FreeBSD 10.2 operating system is now available for download and testing.
The latest drama in the FreeBSD world are over differing views with the project's new code of conduct.
Like most open-source projects these days, the FreeBSD core developers decided to come up with a code of conduct in an effort to prevent discrimination, etc. The FreeBSD Code of Conduct was made public this week on this FreeBSD.org web page.
The PC-BSD crew has released version 0.8.5 of their Lumina desktop.
Lumina 0.8.5 has a speed boost for the user button, desktop icons have improved styling and appearance, a new desktop plug-in is present for monitoring system hardware sensors, and there's a desktop plugin container for custom QML/QtQuick scripts. There are also updated translations, new PC-BSD/FreeBSD packages, etc.
We are pleased to announce the availability GhostBSD 10.1 BETA2 MATE & XFCE which is available on SourceForge for the amd64 and i386 architectures.
Before going further I will like to say a special thanks Ovidiu who recently join back the project and Andrea who join the project, they have help to make GhostBSD better, add up new feature and fixed issue.