Just to make it official, the ports slush is over.
Ports committers are now able to perform regular updates, business as usual, no need for portmgr@ approvals.
You can read more at http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-ports-announce/2013-April/000058.html
Just to make it official, the ports hard freeze has been lifted.
Ports committers are now able to perform regular updates, just no sweeping
commits without prior approval from portmgr. This period of slush will
continue until 8.4 is out the door.
Read more at http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-ports-announce/2013-April/000056.html
Just to make it officially official, now that FreeBSD 9.0 has been shipped, the ports slush state is now been lifted.
Ports committers are now entitled to perform sweeping commits. Keep in mind that -exp runs are always a good idea if you think there is a significant change to the ports tree.
And just remember, PLEASE TRY TO NOT BREAK THE INDEX!
on behalf of portmgr@