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mandoc 1.13.1 Released
Contributed by pitrh on Sun Aug 10 21:38:55 2014 (GMT)
from the puff up your manuals dept.

Ingo Schwarze writes in with the news of a new and better mandoc release:

after more than seven months of active development including two hackathons, i have just released mandoc = mdocml 1.13.1 on <>.

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g2k14: Antoine Jacoutot on GNOME, rc(8) and /etc cleanup
Contributed by pitrh on Sun Aug 10 12:46:18 2014 (GMT)
from the leading by example dept.

Antoine Jacoutot writes in with this report from the g2k14 hackathon:

Finally a hackathon where I did not have to spend 90% of my time under ports/x11/gnome \o/ (but of course, I had to cd into it anyway...). Besides some regular tweaks and updates in there, I worked on the MODULE to make it more generic and allow non-GNOME ports to benefit from some of its goodies (like xdg triggers and such) without ending up with unneeded build dependencies or things being only relevant to GNOME.

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LibreSSL 2.0.5 released
Contributed by phessler on Fri Aug 8 20:05:14 2014 (GMT)
from the only-a-few-empty-stomachs dept.

Brent Cook (bcook@) has announced the release of LibreSSL 2.0.5:

We have released LibreSSL 2.0.5, which should be arriving in the LibreSSL directory of an OpenBSD mirror near you.

This version forward-ports security fixes from OpenSSL 1.0.1i, including fixes for the following CVEs:

CVE-2014-3508 (partially vulnerable)

LibreSSL 2.0.4 was not found vulnerable to the following CVEs:


We welcome feedback and support from the community as we continue to work on LibreSSL.

Thank you,


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g2k14: Reports Roundup
Contributed by tbert on Wed Oct 15 06:36:00 2014 (GMT)
from the friday data dump dept.

For those looking for one handy place for all their g2k14 hackathon report reading needs, we present the following list.

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BSDNow Episode 049: Episode 049: The PC-BSD Tour
Contributed by tbert on Fri Aug 8 07:34:57 2014 (GMT)
from the delicious GUI filling dept.

On this week's episode of BSDNow, the gang takes us on a whirlwind tour of the GUI tools for PC-BSD, in addition to the usual weekly roundup of rumours and hearsay!

[ Video | HD Video | MP3 Audio | OGG Audio | Torrent ]

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phessler: emergency g2k14 hackathon
Contributed by phessler on Thu Aug 7 16:37:18 2014 (GMT)
from the you know it's urgent dept.

Longtime Undeadly editor, Peter Hessler (phessler@) writes in:

With the g2k14 hackathon starting on tuesday, I saw the commits and chatter from the hackathon. sadly, my original plan was to stay at work mostly since I am out of vacation days for the year. Thursday morning, I see that not only were a few more hackathon shirts being printed for attendees that wanted more, but also last-minute flights to Ljubljana were actually affordable. I nudged claudio@, who works at the desk next to me "hey, want to go to the hackathon for the weekend?"

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OpenBSD product distribution will move
Contributed by phessler on Tue Aug 5 14:17:35 2014 (GMT)
from the farm-where-he-can-run-and-chase-rabbits-all-day dept.

After many years of faithfully serving the OpenBSD community, Austin Hook (austin@) will be retiring from mailing you your delicious Puffy-flavored merch. As such, the old stock (CDs, tshirts, baby mulchers) will become unavailable. Order now before they go extinct!

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g2k14: Christian Weisgerber on Package Building without sudo
Contributed by tbert on Sun Aug 3 05:54:09 2014 (GMT)
from the sandwich makes itself dept.

Christian Weisgerber wrote in with this report from g2k14:

I updated the gettext port, of course. What'd you think I'd do at a hackathon?

The most interesting thing I worked on at g2k14 started out with a question: Why exactly do we run the fake step as root? (Hint: FreeBSD's corresponding stage infrastructure does not.)

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BSDNow Episode 048: Liberating SSL
Contributed by jj on Fri Aug 1 08:14:46 2014 (GMT)
from the block-cipher-diaries dept.

On this week's episode, the BSDNow crew gabs about the BSD tribe, continues the recursive Undeadly mentions, interviews LibreSSL portable maintainer Brent Cook (bcook@), and Bob Beck (beck@) writes in to let the hosts know about arc4random-related FreeBSD porting issues.

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