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PortsCamp Malaysia

( FreeBSD )

A quick statement regarding MyPortsCamp thing :). When my old friend Marcelo Araujo told me all about Taiwan PortsCamp, I was really excited. I was even more excited when I saw the pictures and heard the outcome of it. I was told that it was very successful. I’ve shared from day one in our Telegram […]

Future of pecl ports

( FreeBSD )

Hi, First of all I’d like to thank for all the feedback I got of over the last few days, I really appreciate it so much. Even though php70 in the tree, and most issues reports have been fixed, we can not stop making progress. There is still MUCH to do. I have started a […]

php7 now in ports!

( FreeBSD )

Hi, I just added php7 to the ports https://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/svn-ports-all/2016-February/117691.html Welcome php 7.0.3 Changelog: http://php.net/ChangeLog-7.php#7.0.0 http://php.net/ChangeLog-7.php#7.0.1 http://php.net/ChangeLog-7.php#7.0.2 http://php.net/ChangeLog-7.php#7.0.3 I’d like to thanks: Kurt Jaeger Matthias Breddin Rainer Duffner Victor van Vlaardingen Torsten Zuehlsdorff Franco Fichtner and all helpers and testers from ports at .

Taiwan PortsCamp

( FreeBSD )

I just came across, that there will be a PortsCamp hold in Taiwan. PortsCamp This is a community event where FreeBSD committers help people to understand what are ports and how to package new software to submit it as a new port. The Basic idea The Ports System used in FreeBSD is dead simple. It […]

[CFT] php7 for FreeBSD

( FreeBSD )

Hey.. I have spent the last few days on getting php7 ready for FreeBSD. The initial work was done by Senta Ltd [1] via github. I picked up what’s left from there and finished up all missing ports and cleaned up a lot of mess. So far everything that is related to php7 works for […]

FreeBSD needs you!

( FreeBSD )

Oh well, it’s time to renew our job offer to you. Of course it’s all for free, and you can’t earn any money out of it, but you’ll get a big thanks, hugs and love from the community. Ask yourself, how long have you been using FreeBSD. Months? Years? Decades? And you love using it […]

[CFT]Centos 6.7 userland update.

( FreeBSD )

Hi, First post in 2016 🙂 this is a Call For Testing (CFT) of our new Centos 6.7 userland update. This update includes a lot of fixes, including Skype which has been broken for a few months now. We’d like your feedback about performance and experience of general usage like Flash, or any games that […]

FreeBSD 10 autotools hack

( FreeBSD )

First of all, WOW it’s been a long time since I wrote something here.. 🙂 For a few months now I’ve been back working on Ports and my todo list is already VERY VERY long .. but that’s a topic for 2016 which I’ll post about another time. Right now I want to share some […]

[CFT] Xorg 7.7 ready for testing!

( FreeBSD )

Hi Fans, The FreeBSD Xorg Team is pleased to announce Xorg 7.7 Release. We are very happy to be able to Call for testing shortly after the Xorg team annouced 7.7 release. This CFT is also open for discussion on how we should move forward with xorg release as we are facing some issues and […]

[XORG-DEV] trunk is unstable

( FreeBSD )

Dear All, As I mentioned already in twitter/fb, our xorg-dev/trunk repo is currently completely unstable because we are trying now to get xorg 7.7 RC ready. Our wiki page will be updated soon. Testers and feedback are welcomed, but please make sure you know what you are doing. If you like to discuss with us […]