11 Oct 2000 lukem   » (Master)

One and a half weeks at Wasabi Systems as a paid NetBSD developer (after six months as a Systems^WSales Engineer at Network Appliance), and I still can't get the grin off the face...

I've been spending a lot of time cleaning up and updating the release notes for the upcoming NetBSD 1.5 release. Sometimes it's annoying when you have the urge to be slightly anal about these things...

Random trivia of the day; NetBSD currently supports 32 machines across 12 different CPU types, all available as part of one source tree @ netbsd.org. Now that's portability!

We should have NetBSD 1.5_BETA1 (or RELEASE_CANDIDATE1 in other parlance) out the door in time for BSDcon next week. Or that's the theory :)

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