We’re aiming for the first 2.0 release candidate soon. We need your help to reach that milestone. The vast majority of the open tickets are in state feedback, meaning they need testing and commonly feedback from the initiator of the ticket (or someone else who can test that specific scenario). If you have opened any tickets currently marked as feedback, please follow up there. If you’re in a position to help test any of those, or contribute fixes for the few that are still open, we’d appreciate the help. Thanks!
Archive for 2010
Reminder that NYCBSDCon early registration is ending soon. I’ll be there presenting on pfSense. Hope to see some of you there. These conferences are always a great opportunity to talk with users, and for anyone with deployment or business plans in mind, we frequently meet up during the social events or elsewhere outside the event to talk.
Jim Pingle was interviewed on The BSD Show recently, he did a nice job discussing the project in general. Also available, the B-sides with outtakes from the interview. Another pfSense developer, Erik Fonnesbeck, joined the original recording but due to technical difficulties the recording had to be done over and he wasn’t able to join the re-recording. Thanks to Jim and Erik for their contributions, and helping to get the word out about the project!
A reminder that we’ll be presenting a half day pfSense 2.0 training tutorial at EuroBSDCon 2010, coming up in just over two weeks. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the projects, and meet at least two of our main developers in person, as well as have discussions with us outside of the normal conference schedule. Look forward to seeing many of you there.
The schedule has been posted for NYCBSDCon 2010, to be held at Manhattan’s prestigious Cooper Union on November 12-14, 2010. I will be there presenting a talk on pfSense, covering what we’ve been doing lately and where we’re going in the near future. The schedule looks great, hope to see many of you there!
EuroBSDCon 2010 will be held October 8-10, 2010 in Karlsruhe, Germany. I will be in attendance presenting a training-focused tutorial on pfSense 2.0. I’m also looking forward to numerous other great looking presentations.
The BSD conferences offer a great opportunity to learn and network with numerous people working on the BSD operating systems and derived projects, and are always a lot of fun too. I’m looking forward to another great conference, and hope to see many of you there.
Early registration is open through the end of this month.
Haven’t had a post up here in a while, but for anyone who watches our git repository, you know development never ceases. Vast amounts of work have gone into 2.0 this year, and it really shows. We’re deploying it in production, though generally recommend you don’t yet.
A work in progress list of 2.0 new features and changes is available. I think that has most of the changes, but it’s definitely missing some. If you notice anything that was missed, please leave a comment. We’ll be adding to it as we review the list more in the coming days.
It’ll be released sometime this year.
We will be having a half day training session on pfSense 2.0 at BSDCan 2010. It will cover as many of the changes in the 2.0 release as time permits. The schedule is not available yet, however registration is open. The full schedule will be available soon.
BSDCan is always a great conference, and we look forward to meeting many of you there.
For those who can’t make it, we will be doing the same training session online sometime after BSDCan.