Theo de Raadt | 1 Nov 01:15 2006
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OpenBSD 4.0 released Nov 1, 2006


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- OpenBSD 4.0 RELEASED -------------------------------------------------

Nov 1, 2006.

We are pleased to announce the official release of OpenBSD 4.0.
This is our 20th release on CD-ROM (and 21st via FTP).  We remain
proud of OpenBSD's record of ten years with only a single remote
hole in the default install.  As in our previous releases, 4.0
provides significant improvements, including new features, in nearly
all areas of the system:

- New/extended platforms:
    o OpenBSD/armish.
      Various ARM-based appliances, using the Redboot boot loader, currently
      only supporting the Thecus N2100 and IOData HDL-G.
    o OpenBSD/sparc64.
      UltraSPARC III based machines are now supported!
    o OpenBSD/zaurus.
      Support for the Zaurus SL-C3200. 

- Improved hardware support, including:
    o New msk(4) driver for Marvell/SysKonnect Yukon-2 Gigabit Ethernet.
    o New bnx(4) driver for Broadcom NetXtreme II Gigabit Ethernet.
    o New xge(4) driver for Neterion Xframe/Xframe II 10Gb Ethernet.
    o New rum(4) driver for Ralink Technology 2nd gen USB IEEE
      802.11a/b/g wireless.
    o New acx(4) driver for Texas Instruments ACX100/ACX111
      IEEE 802.11a/b/g wireless.
    o New pgt(4) driver for Connexant/Intersil Prism GT Full-MAC
      IEEE 802.11a/b/g wireless.
    o New uath(4) driver for Atheros USB IEEE 802.11a/b/g wireless.
    o New binary blob free wpi(4) driver for Intel PRO/Wireless
      3945ABG IEEE 802.11a/b/g wireless.
    o New arc(4) driver for Areca Technology Corporation SATA RAID;
      including RAID management via bio(4).
    o New mfi(4) driver for LSI Logic & Dell MegaRAID SAS RAID; including
      RAID management via bio(4).
    o New azalia(4) driver for generic High Definition Audio.
    o New SD/MMC/SDIO drivers (sdhc(4), sdmmc(4)), currently supporting
      SD memory cards as fake SCSI sd(4) drives.
    o New udcf(4) driver for Gude ADS Expert mouseCLOCK DCF77/HBG time
      signal station receivers.
    o New uslcom(4) driver for Silicon Laboratories CP2101/CP2102 based
      USB serial adapters.
    o New ucycom(4) driver for Cypress microcontroller based USB serial
      adapters.
    o New uark(4) driver for Arkmicro Technologies ARK3116 based USB
      serial adapters.
    o New umsm(4) driver for Qualcomm MSM EVDO based modems.
    o New Dallas/Maxim 1-Wire bus support, including:
          o New gpioow(4) driver for 1-Wire bus bit-banging through GPIO pin
          o New onewire(4) 1-Wire bus driver
          o New owid(4) 1-Wire ID family driver
          o New owtemp(4) 1-Wire temperature family driver 
    o New isagpio(4) driver for ISA I/O mapped as GPIO.
    o New nmea(4) line discipline for NMEA 0183 (GPS) devices. The new
      nmeaattach(8) utility can be used to receive NMEA 0183 data and
      provide the time received as a timedelta sensor to be used by, for
      example, ntpd(8).
    o New VAX framebuffer drivers:
          o New lcg(4) driver for VAXstation 4000/60 and VLC color frame buffers
          o New lcspx(4) driver for Low-Cost SPX color frame buffers
          o New gpx(4) driver for GPX color frame buffers
          o smg(4) driver for Small Monochrome Graphics frame buffers heavily
            updated to be a modern wscons(4) driver 
    o Support for VAX-based Digital VXT2000 and VXT2000+ terminals.
    o The bge(4) driver supporting newer chipsets, such as the Broadcom
      BCM5754, BCM5755, BCM5786, and BCM5787.
    o The em(4) driver supporting newer chipsets, such as the Intel ESB2
      and ICH8.
    o The nfe(4) driver supporting newer chipsets, such as the NVIDIA
      MCP61 and MCP65.
    o The re(4) driver supporting newer chipsets, such as the Realtek
      RT8101E, RT8168, and RT8169SC.
    o The dc(4) driver supporting newer chipsets, such as the ADMtek
      ADM9511 and ADM9513.
    o The pciide(4) driver supporting newer chipsets, such as:
          o ATI IXP300 SATA, IXP600 IDE
          o Intel 6321ESB IDE/SATA, 82801G SATA, and 82801H SATA
          o IT Express IT8211F IDE
          o NVIDIA MCP61 SATA, MCP65 SATA
          o Promise PDC205xx SATA
          o ServerWorks SATA
          o VIA VT8237A SATA 
    o The mpt(4) driver has been replaced with mpi(4), a more stable driver
      that supports more hardware.
    o The com(4) driver now supports pcmcia and cardbus cards on macppc.
    o Working interrupt routing on Sun Netra t1 105, Ultra 60 and possibly
      other sparc64 systems.
    o Work around broken VIA and NVIDIA MPBIOSes, fixes interrupt routing
      with GENERIC.MP on several systems.
    o Initial bio(4) support for Compaq/HP ciss(4) Smart ARRAY 5/6
      SAS/SCSI RAID controllers.
    o Improved speed control on some systems:
          o New SpeedStep detection code, also adds support for VIA C7-M,
            and several newer Pentium M's.
          o Support SpeedStep in rudimentary fashion on most unknown CPU's
            that advertise the feature.
          o Zaurus can be moved into slower speeds now too.
          o The Pentium 4 Thermal Clock Control driver now supports more
            CPU's including the Intel Pentium M and Xeon, and provides an
            estimated performance impact.
          o Numerous improvements to PowerNow K7 and K8 support on i386,
            and support for K8 was added to amd64. 
    o Support for Intel 945G/GM video chipsets (on i386).
    o Support for additional I2C sensors:
          o The adt(4) driver now supports the National Semiconductor
            LM9600, SMSC EMC6D10x and SMSC SCH5017 chips.
          o The admtemp(4) driver now supports the Analog Devices ADM1023,
            Genesys Logic GL523SM and Global Mixed-mode Technology G781 chips.

- New tools:
    o GNU RCS has been replaced with OpenRCS. 

- New functionality:
    o IPsec has been greatly improved:
          o ipsecctl(8) has been greatly extended and completely supersedes
	    ipsecadm(8):
                o Lots of documentation improvements (man ipsec.conf)
                o IPv6 support
                o AH support
                o Transport mode support
                o Dynamic IKE support for roaming users
                o USER_FQDN id support 
          o sasyncd(8) works much better:
                o communicates with isakmpd(8), telling it to run active or
                  passive depending on the master/slave state of the carp(4)
                  interfaces. This makes IPsec failover setups much more robust.
                o looks at the carp(4) interface group by default to suppress
                  preemption of IPsec traffic during system boot. 
          o isakmpd(8) can now be safely configured by ipsecctl(8) on startup. 
    o ftp(1) now supports HTTPS.
    o cdio(1) can now perform track-at-once burning and rewritable blanking.
    o spppcontrol(8) and wicontrol(8) functionality has been merged into
      ifconfig(8).
    o gcc(1) provides a new warning, -Wstack-larger-than-N, to report functions
      which are too greedy in stack variables, see gcc-local(1) for details.
    o An in-kernel getcwd(3) implementation.
    o A new system call adjfreq(2) to allow ntpd(8) to adjust the tick rate of
      the system clock automatically.
    o Support for X11 on VAX has been added
    o Virtual Allocation Table (VAT) support for UDF.
    o C99 functions round(3), roundf(3), trunc(3), and truncf(3) have been
      added to libm, the math library.
    o pf(4) now supports Unicast Reverse Path Forwarding (uRPF) checks for
      simplified ingress filtering.
    o bpf(4) can now ignore packets based on their direction (inbound/outbound)
      using the BIOCSDIRFILT ioctl.
    o pdisk(8) can now set up slices on HFS(DPME) partitioned disks on mac68k.
    o New dissectors have been added to tcpdump(8):
          o Cisco's VQP (VLAN Query Protocol)
          o IEEE 802.1AB LLDP (Link Layer Discovery Protocol) 
    o trunk(4) now supports the new loadbalance mode to balance outgoing
      traffic based on hashed protocol header information.
    o bioctl(8) has been extended to provide runtime information on rebuilds,
      scrubs and initialization.
    o New sysctls to check the system vendor, product, version, serial number,
      and UUID.
    o Equal cost multipath routing support. Needs to be enabled by a sysctl.
    o Prebind, a secure implementation of prelinking, has been added to
      ldconfig(8), it speeds up launching of shared binaries. Prebind is
      compatible with address space randomization, unlike prelink.
    o vnconfig(8) can now use PKCS #5 PBKDF2 to create a more secure key when
      using encryption. 

- Assorted improvements and code cleanup:
    o Much better time keeping for multiprocessor OpenBSD/i386 systems.
    o Much improved implementation of telldir(3) and friends.
    o Replacement of many malloc(3) calls that follow a pattern prone to
      integer overflow with safer constructs.
    o Improved failover handling in carp(4):
          o Extend the carp protocol with the demotion counter to act smarter
            on multiple failures.
          o Group failovers now work without carp running preempt mode.
          o Demotion can now be controlled via interface groups. 
    o chio(1) is now a useful tool for controlling tape changers.
    o Much improved st(4) device setup, tape handling and error processing.
    o Many dhclient(8) fixes, including 'alias' handling and improved interface
       initialization.
    o scsi(4) devices detect the correct SCSI version.
    o More umass(4) devices properly detected.
    o Improved detection of fibre channel devices and devices in SCSI enclosures
    o The new RSSI header has been added to the ieee80211_radiotap(9) framework
      as a replacement for ANTSIGNAL headers.
    o Many integer type safety cleanups with lint(1). 

- Install/Upgrade process changes:
    o Host specific site files add easy customization for individual hosts
    o X Window aperture support, where available, now defaults to off 

- New functionality for hostapd(8), the Host Access Point Daemon:
    o IP based roaming to build wireless networks without the requirement of
      a single broadcast domain.
    o New event rules to match optional elements of radiotap headers:
      signal percentage, transmit rate and channel frequency.
    o Various bug fixes and improvements. 

- OpenSSH 4.4:
    o Conditional configuration in sshd_config(5) using the Match directive.
      This allows some configuration options to be selectively overridden if
      specific criteria (based on user, group, hostname and/or address) are met.
    o Add support for Diffie-Hellman group exchange key agreement with a final
      hash of SHA256.
    o Added a ForceCommand directive to sshd_config(5), similar to the
      command="..." option in ~/.ssh/authorized_keys.
    o Added a PermitOpen directive to sshd_config(5), similar to the
      permitopen="..." option in authorized_keys, to allow control over the
      port-forwardings that a user is allowed to establish.
    o Added an ExitOnForwardFailure option to cause ssh(1) to exit (with a
      non-zero exit code) when requested port forwardings could not be
      established.
    o Added optional logging of transactions to sftp-server(8).
    o ssh(1) will now record port numbers for hosts stored in
      ~/.ssh/authorized_keys when a non-standard port has been requested.
    o Extended the sshd_config(5) "SubSystem" directive to allow the
      specification of commandline arguments.
    o Many manpage fixes and improvements 

- OpenBGPD 4.0:
    o new nexthop selection logic ignoring bgpd routes, helps in complex
      setups with ospfd
    o add a "detailed" show rib view to bgpctl, including communities
    o allow requesting a route refresh from a peer that supports it
    o have bgpd always report back the result of an operation to bgpctl, so
      the operator can spot errors quicker
    o allow bgpd to manipulate carp demotion counters based on session states,
      gives even greater failover support
    o support restarting sessions that reached max-prefix after a given time
    o bgpctl can now show all routes received from a neighbor before filters
      were applied, and routes sent to neighbors
    o assorted fixes and improvements, as usual 

- OpenOSPFD 4.0:
    o Track uptime of the daemon itself.
    o Track uptime of all ospf enabled interfaces.
    o Adjust logging behaviour to prevent unwanted logging.
    o Delay LSA updates when removing and adding - prevent flapping.
    o Fix plaintext authentication.
    o Improve the output of 'ospfctl show interfaces'.
    o Support rtlabels when redistributing routes. 

- OpenNTPD 4.0:
    o support timedelta sensors, such as DCF77 receivers supported by
      udcf(4) and GPS receivers supported by nmea(4).
    o Adjust the kernel tick frequency, using adjfreq(2), improving accuracy
      on many machines.
    o allow for weight to be added to sensors or servers, so that one can
      weight timedelta sensors higher than ntp peers 

- Over 3700 ports, 3400 pre-built packages, improved package tools.
- Full support for pkg_add(1) over ssh(1), using one single connection.

- As usual, steady improvements in manual pages and other documentation.

- The system includes the following major components from outside suppliers:
    o X.Org 6.9.0 (+ patches, and i386 contains XFree86 3.3.6 servers
      (+ patches) for legacy chipsets not supported by X.Org)
    o Gcc 2.95.3 (+ patches) and 3.3.5 (+ patches)
    o Perl 5.8.8 (+ patches)
    o Apache 1.3.29, mod_ssl 2.8.16, DSO support (+ patches)
    o OpenSSL 0.9.7j (+ patches)
    o Groff 1.15
    o Sendmail 8.13.8, with libmilter
    o Bind 9.3.2-P1 (+ patches)
    o Lynx 2.8.5rel.4 with HTTPS and IPv6 support (+ patches)
    o Sudo 1.6.8p9
    o Ncurses 5.2
    o Latest KAME IPv6
    o Heimdal 0.7.2 (+ patches)
    o Arla 0.35.7
    o Binutils 2.15 (+ patches)
    o Gdb 6.3 (+ patches)

If you'd like to see a list of what has changed between OpenBSD 3.9
and 4.0, look at

        http://www.OpenBSD.org/plus40.html

Even though the list is a summary of the most important changes
made to OpenBSD, it still is a very very long list.

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- SECURITY AND ERRATA --------------------------------------------------

We provide patches for known security threats and other important
issues discovered after each CD release.  As usual, between the
creation of the OpenBSD 4.0 FTP/CD-ROM binaries and the actual 4.0
release date, our team found and fixed some new reliability problems
(note: most are minor and in subsystems that are not enabled by
default).  Our continued research into security means we will find
new security problems -- and we always provide patches as soon as
possible.  Therefore, we advise regular visits to

        http://www.OpenBSD.org/security.html
and
	http://www.OpenBSD.org/errata.html

Security patch announcements are sent to the security-announce <at> OpenBSD.org
mailing list.  For information on OpenBSD mailing lists, please see:

	http://www.OpenBSD.org/mail.html

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- CD-ROM SALES ---------------------------------------------------------

OpenBSD 4.0 is also available on CD-ROM.  The 3-CD set costs $50USD
(EUR 50 including VAT) and is available via mail order and from a number
of contacts around the world.  The set includes a colourful booklet
which carefully explains the installation of OpenBSD.  A new set
of cute little stickers is also included (sorry, but our FTP mirror
sites do not support STP, the Sticker Transfer Protocol).  As an
added bonus, the second CD contains an audio track, a song entitled
"Humppa Negala".

OpenBSD 4.0 comes with another OpenBSD Audio CD which celebrates the
artwork and songs that have been released with each OpenBSD release. All
the songs from the 3.0 to 4.0 releases are included (plus one bonus
track by Ty Semaka explaining his role in the development of the art
that accompanies OpenBSD releases). Includes a 11cm silver-on-clear
die-cut wireframe Puffy sticker!

Lyrics (and an explanation) for the songs may be found at:

    http://www.OpenBSD.org/lyrics.html#40

Profits from CD sales are the primary income source for the OpenBSD
project -- in essence selling these CD-ROM units ensures that OpenBSD
will continue to make another release six months from now.

The OpenBSD 4.0 CD-ROMs are bootable on the following five platforms:

  o i386
  o amd64
  o macppc
  o sparc
  o sparc64 (UltraSPARC)

(Other platforms must boot from floppy, network, or other method).

For more information on ordering CD-ROMs, see:

        http://www.OpenBSD.org/orders.html

The above web page lists a number of places where OpenBSD CD-ROMs
can be purchased from.  For our default mail order, go directly to:

        https://https.OpenBSD.org/cgi-bin/order

or, for European orders:

	https://https.OpenBSD.org/cgi-bin/order.eu

All of our developers strongly urge you to buy a CD-ROM and support
our future efforts.  Additionally, donations to the project are
highly appreciated, as described in more detail at:

        http://www.OpenBSD.org/goals.html#funding

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- T-SHIRT SALES --------------------------------------------------------

The project continues to expand its funding base by selling t-shirts
and polo shirts.  And our users like them too.  We have a variety
of shirts available, with the new and old designs, from our web
ordering system at:

        https://https.OpenBSD.org/cgi-bin/order

and for Europe:

	https://https.OpenBSD.org/cgi-bin/order.eu

The OpenBSD 4.0 t-shirts are available now. The new shirt for 4.0 is
a colourful parody of a well-known French comic. We also sell our older
shirts, as well as a selection of OpenSSH t-shirts.

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- FTP INSTALLS ---------------------------------------------------------

If you choose not to buy an OpenBSD CD-ROM, OpenBSD can be easily
installed via FTP.  Typically you need a single small piece of boot
media (e.g., a boot floppy) and then the rest of the files can be
installed from a number of locations, including directly off the
Internet.  Follow this simple set of instructions to ensure that
you find all of the documentation you will need while performing
an install via FTP.  With the CD-ROMs, the necessary documentation
is easier to find.

1) Read either of the following two files for a list of ftp
   mirrors which provide OpenBSD, then choose one near you:

        http://www.OpenBSD.org/ftp.html
        ftp://ftp.OpenBSD.org/pub/OpenBSD/4.0/ftplist

   As of Nov 1, 2006, the following ftp mirror sites have the 4.0 release:

	ftp://ftp.catai.net/pub/OpenBSD/4.0/		Austria
	ftp://ftp.kd85.com/pub/OpenBSD/4.0/		Austria
	ftp://openbsd.informatik.uni-erlangen.de/pub/OpenBSD/4.0 Germany
	ftp://ftp.stacken.kth.se/pub/OpenBSD/4.0	Sweden
	ftp://ftp3.usa.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/4.0	CO, USA
	ftp://ftp5.usa.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/4.0	CA, USA
	ftp://rt.fm/pub/OpenBSD/4.0			IL, USA

	The release is also available at the master site:

	ftp://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/4.0/	Alberta, Canada
	
	However it is strongly suggested you use a mirror. 

   Other mirror sites may take a day or two to update.

2) Connect to that ftp mirror site and go into the directory
   pub/OpenBSD/4.0/ which contains these files and directories.
   This is a list of what you will see:

        ANNOUNCEMENT     alpha/           luna88k/         sgi/
        Changelogs/      amd64/           mac68k/          sparc/
        HARDWARE         armish/          macppc/          sparc64/
        PACKAGES         cats/            mvme68k/         src.tar.gz
        PORTS            ftplist          mvme88k/         sys.tar.gz
        README           hp300/           packages/        tools/
        SIZES            hppa/            ports.tar.gz     vax/
        XF4.tar.gz       i386/            root.mail        zaurus/

   It is quite likely that you will want at LEAST the following
   files which apply to all the architectures OpenBSD supports.

        README          - generic README
        HARDWARE        - list of hardware we support
        PORTS           - description of our "ports" tree
        PACKAGES        - description of pre-compiled packages
        root.mail       - a copy of root's mail at initial login.
			  (This is really worthwhile reading).

3) Read the README file.  It is short, and a quick read will make
   sure you understand what else you need to fetch.

4) Next, go into the directory that applies to your architecture,
   for example, i386.  This is a list of what you will see:

        CKSUM            bsd.rd           etc40.tgz        misc40.tgz
        INSTALL.i386     cd40.iso         floppy40.fs      pxeboot
        INSTALL.linux    cdboot           floppyB40.fs     xbase40.tgz
        MD5              cdbr             floppyC40.fs     xetc40.tgz
        base40.tgz       cdemu40.iso      game40.tgz       xfont40.tgz
        bsd              cdrom40.fs       index.txt        xserv40.tgz
        bsd.mp           comp40.tgz       man40.tgz        xshare40.tgz

   If you are new to OpenBSD, fetch _at least_ the file INSTALL.i386
   and the appropriate floppy*.fs or cd40.iso file.  Consult the
   INSTALL.i386 file if you don't know which of the floppy images
   you need (or simply fetch all of them).

5) If you are an expert, follow the instructions in the file called
   README; otherwise, use the more complete instructions in the
   file called INSTALL.i386.  INSTALL.i386 may tell you that you
   need to fetch other files.

6) Just in case, take a peek at:

        http://www.OpenBSD.org/errata.html

   This is the page where we talk about the mistakes we made while
   creating the 4.0 release, or the significant bugs we fixed
   post-release which we think our users should have fixes for.
   Patches and workarounds are clearly described there.

Note: If you end up needing to write a raw floppy using Windows,
      you can use "fdimage.exe" located in the pub/OpenBSD/4.0/tools
      directory to do so.

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- X.ORG FOR MOST ARCHITECTURES -----------------------------------------

X.Org has been integrated more closely into the system.  This release
contains X.Org 6.9.0.  Most of our architectures ship with X.Org, including
amd64, sparc, sparc64 and macppc.  During installation, you can install
X.Org quite easily.  Be sure to try out xdm(1) and see how we have
customized it for OpenBSD.

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- PORTS TREE -----------------------------------------------------------

The OpenBSD ports tree contains automated instructions for building
third party software.  The software has been verified to build and
run on the various OpenBSD architectures.  The 4.0 ports collection,
including many of the distribution files, is included on the 3-CD
set.  Please see the PORTS file for more information.

Note: some of the most popular ports, e.g., the Apache web server
and several X applications, come standard with OpenBSD.  Also, many
popular ports have been pre-compiled for those who do not desire
to build their own binaries (see BINARY PACKAGES, below).

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- BINARY PACKAGES WE PROVIDE -------------------------------------------

A large number of binary packages are provided.  Please see the PACKAGES
file (ftp://ftp.OpenBSD.org/pub/OpenBSD/4.0/PACKAGES) for more details.

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- SYSTEM SOURCE CODE ---------------------------------------------------

The CD-ROMs contain source code for all the subsystems explained
above, and the README (ftp://ftp.OpenBSD.org/pub/OpenBSD/4.0/README)
file explains how to deal with these source files.  For those who
are doing an FTP install, the source code for all four subsystems
can be found in the pub/OpenBSD/4.0/ directory:

        XF4.tar.gz     ports.tar.gz   src.tar.gz     sys.tar.gz

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- THANKS ---------------------------------------------------------------

OpenBSD 4.0 includes artwork and CD artistic layout by Ty Semaka,
who also arranged an audio track on the OpenBSD 4.0 CD set.  Ports
tree and package building by Peter Valchev, Nikolay Sturm and
Christian Weisgerber.  System builds by Theo de Raadt, Kenji Aoyama,
and Miod Vallat.  X11 builds by Todd Fries.  ISO-9660 filesystem
layout by Theo de Raadt.

We would like to thank all of the people who sent in bug reports, bug
fixes, donation cheques, and hardware that we use.  We would also like
to thank those who pre-ordered the 4.0 CD-ROM or bought our previous
CD-ROMs.  Those who did not support us financially have still helped
us with our goal of improving the quality of the software.

Our developers are:

    Aaron Campbell, Aleksander Piotrowski, Alex Feldman, Alexander Guy,
    Alexander von Gernler, Alexander Yurchenko, Alexandre Anriot,
    Andreas Gunnarsson, Angelos D. Keromytis, Anil Madhavapeddy,
    Antoine Jacoutot, Artur Grabowski, Ben Lindstrom, Bernd Ahlers,
    Bjorn Sandell, Bob Beck, Brad Smith, Brandon Creighton,
    Brian Caswell, Brian Somers, Bruno Rohee, Camiel Dobbelaar,
    Can Erkin Acar, Cedric Berger, Chad Loder, Chris Cappuccio,
    Chris Kuethe, Christian Weisgerber, Christopher Pascoe,
    Claudio Jeker, Constantine Sapuntzakis, Dale Rahn, Damien Bergamini,
    Damien Couderc, Damien Miller, Dan Harnett, Daniel Hartmeier,
    Darren Tucker, David B Terrell, David Gwynne, David Hill,
    David Krause, David Lebel, David Leonard, Dimitry Andric,
    Don Stewart, Dug Song, Eric Jackson, Esben Norby,
    Federico G. Schwindt, Felix Kronlage, Fernando Gont,
    Gordon Willem Klok, Greg Taleck, Grigoriy Orlov, Hakan Olsson, 
    Hans Insulander, Hans-Joerg Hoexer, Heikki Korpela, Henning Brauer,
    Henric Jungheim, Hiroaki Etoh, Horacio Menezo Ganau, Hugh Graham,
    Ian Darwin, Jacob Meuser, Jakob Schlyter, Jan-Uwe Finck,
    Jared J. Yanovich, Jason Ish, Jason McIntyre, Jason Peel,
    Jason Wright, Jasper Lievisse Adriaanse, Jean-Baptiste Marchand,
    Jean-Francois Brousseau, Jean-Jacques Bernard-Gundol, Jim Rees,
    Joel Knight, Jolan Luff, Jonathan Gray, Jordan Hargrave, Joris Vink,
    Jose Nazario, Joshua Stein, Jun-ichiro itojun Hagino, Kenji Aoyama,
    Kenjiro Cho, Kenneth R Westerback, Kevin Lo, Kevin Steves,
    Kjell Wooding, Kurt Miller, Louis Bertrand, Magnus Holmberg,
    Marc Aurele La France, Marc Balmer, Marc Espie, Marc Matteo,
    Marco Peereboom, Marco Pfatschbacher, Marco S Hyman, Marcus Glocker,
    Marcus Watts, Margarida Sequeira, Marius Eriksen, Mark Grimes,
    Mark Kettenis, Mark Uemura, Markus Friedl, Martin Reindl,
    Mathieu Sauve-Frankel, Mats O Jansson, Matt Behrens, Matt Smart,
    Matthias Kilian, Matthew Jacob, Matthieu Herrb, Michael Coulter,
    Michael Knudsen, Michael Shalayeff, Michael T. Stolarchuk,
    Mike Frantzen, Mike Pechkin, Miod Vallat, Moritz Jodeit,
    Nathan Binkert, Niall O'Higgins, Nick Holland, Niels Provos,
    Niklas Hallqvist, Nikolay Sturm, Nils Nordman, Oleg Safiullin,
    Otto Moerbeek, Patrick Latifi, Paul Janzen, Pedro Martelletto,
    Peter Galbavy, Peter Stromberg, Peter Valchev, Philipp Buehler,
    Reinhard J. Sammer, Ray Lai, Reyk Floeter, Rich Cannings,
    Robert Nagy, Ryan Thomas McBride, Saad Kadhi, Shell Hin-lik Hung,
    Stephen Kirkham, Steve Murphree, Steven Mestdagh, Ted Unangst,
    Theo de Raadt, Thierry Deval, Thomas Nordin, Thordur I. Bjornsson,
    Thorsten Lockert, Tobias Weingartner, Todd C. Miller, Todd T. Fries,
    Tom Cosgrove, Uwe Stuehler, Vincent Labrecque, Wilbern Cobb,
    Wim Vandeputte, Xavier Santolaria.


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