Contributed by jj on from the warp in time dept.
Looking at the release announcement and other sources such as the release page, it's easy to see that there are numerous goodies in store for you: A whole new traffic shaping system to replace ALTQ, 64-bit time_t, cryptographically signed base sets and packages, automatic installation features, improved hardware support, and more.
And if you haven't already, a good way to say a big thank you to Theo and the other developers is to go to the orders site and buy CD sets, T-shirts and other items. Direct donations are welcome too, of course.
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