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Re: FreeBSD Security Survey
From: Massimo Lusetti (massimocedoc.mo.it)
Date: Mon May 22 2006 - 03:24:06 CDT
On Sun, 2006-05-21 at 23:44 -0600, Scott Long wrote:
> ports tree in the process, the end result is a bit more undefined. One
> thing that I wish for is that the ports tree would branch for releases,
> and that those branches would get security updates. I know that this
> would involve an exponentially larger amount of effort from the ports
> team, and I don't fault them for not doing it. Still, it would be nice
> to have.
Yes, totally agree.
That's the way OpenBSD ports tree works and it worked very well for me.
Thus not to say FreeBSD's one didn't, but it takes a lot more attention,
which isn't always a bad thing ;)
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