Contributed by pitrh on from the all-cross-indexed dept.
Publicly private beta? Instead of devising a new scheme on handing out invitations for a new and improved OpenGrok for the BSDs, why not require IPv6 for the beta?
Welcome BXR.SU — Super User's BSD Cross Reference, which is launched 2013-04-01 as an IPv6-only OpenGrok service for FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD and DragonFly BSD.
The service is IPv6-only during the beta (ask your ISP for a token); but a full release schedule is already known: an A record for BXR.SU will be temporarily published on 2013-04-04, an IPv4 day, to test out the water, and ensure misconfigurations of the NAT don't break out access to the site. IPv4 glue records are also withheld — the authors are afraid that some nameservers are misconfigured, and are giving the ISPs extra time. BXR.SU is claimed to be 200× faster than the nearest competitor, code.metager.de.
Want to try it out? Why not BXR for undeadly in OpenBSD source code? bxr.su/o/s?q=undeadly.
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