Contributed by jose on from the time-to-upgrade dept.
So, upgrade if you can or you can attempt to support your own 3.1-stable tree for a bit longer. Note that the substantial number of improvements in 3.3 over 3.1 make it a worthwhile move. Just do some testing, schedule some downtime and move your servers over.List: openbsd-announce Subject: OpenBSD 3.1 End Of Life From: Miod Vallat
Date: 2003-04-17 13:25:53 Hello folks, Due to the upcoming release of OpenBSD 3.3, the 3.1-STABLE branch will be out of regular maintainance starting June 1st. There will be NO MORE fixes commited to this branch after this day. People relying on 3.1-STABLE (or older releases even) are strongly advised to upgrade to a more recent release (preferrably 3.3 as it becomes available on May 1st) as soon as possible.
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