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A week for documentation

Wednesday, June 18th, 2008

Productive week-and-a-half. I’ve done a brain-dump on the state of the FreeBSD systems at ISC, helped Brad Davis walk through the tasks that I wasn’t able to complete before I left there (thanks, Brad!), summarized and documented the last few months’ worth of discussion and ideas about BugBusting on the wiki (nearly a complete rewrite), created another new GNATS report that classifies bin/ and other PRs by manpage, helped generate a way for people to help work on sparc64, and told portsmon that RELENG_5 and ia64 were no longer relevant.

At this rate maybe I will catch up one of these years …

FWIW, if you have not seen the new GNATS reports, they are here; if you have not read my BSDCan paper about FreeBSD Bugbusting: Where We Are, Where We Ought To Be, you might want to do that as well.

These are the things that have been keeping me busy for a while.  If I haven’t responded to your email, that’s probably why.