More blog sifting

If you didn’t see it,
Liane Praza
picked up where
my sifting
left off, adding
a blog entry pointing to
more Opening Day entries
— this
time
in the categories of
devices and device configuration, security, networking,
and standards. But there are still a ton of entries to
categorize, so picking up again in no particular order…

I think that about does it for today. As someone pointed out on Liane’s
blog, we need a Wiki for this; we agree — it’s on the list of planned
enhancements for
opensolaris.org. Until then,
stay tuned for more sifting…


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Posted on June 17, 2005 at 4:26 pm by bmc · Permalink
In: Solaris

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  1. Written by Qiang Liu
    on June 17, 2005 at 6:33 pm
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    Thanks you so much Bryan for your big effor in giving an excellent summary of these Sun guru’s blogs.
    I actually tried to build OpenSolaris kernel on SPARC following ReleaseNotes using the tar balls I downloaded from download center, but failed. I was quite disappointed to see a couple of errors in the ReleaseNotes. Maybe a lot of senior developers won’t follow or even bother to read ReleaseNotes, but for OpenSolaris buildable source code, ReleaseNotes should be reviewed carefully before released to the outside world.

  2. Written by Eric Schrock
    on June 18, 2005 at 1:41 pm
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    Qiang -
    If you have any trouble building OpenSolaris, please head over to the opensolaris-help forum, where we can assist you and improve the Release notes for everyone else’s benefit.
    - Eric

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