FreeBSD Foundation Work in the 13.1 Release

submited 28 May 2022

FreeBSD 13.1, which was released on Monday May 16, is the culmination of 13 months of development since 13.0. The work involved 56781 new commits and of those, 8312 or about 15% identified sponsorship by the FreeBSD Foundation. Part of the FreeBSD Foundation’s mission is to support the development of the FreeBSD operating system. In this post they highlight some of the Foundation-sponsored work that went into 13.1.

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