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100,000 commits and OpenSSH Birthday

Contributed by jose on from the interesting-days dept.

various people write: "KernelTrap reports that there have been 100,000 commits to the OpenBSD CVS tree, and that OpenSSH is turning 4 years old tomorrow."

Wow, that's a pretty neat pair of milestones.

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  1. By Anonymous Coward () on

    Theo posted something about this to misc@ as well...

    1. By Anonymous Coward () on

      You're obviously not on the ball today, this post was based on the posting to misc@!

      1. By Anonymous Coward () on

        Heh, oops. I'll commit a patch to myself to correct that, it'll be #1,000,000, but maybe evetually i'll make sense too.

  2. By Anonymous Coward () on

    How does this compare with NetBSD and FreeBSD? It's quality not quantity obviously, but I'm just curious.

    1. By Anonymous Coward () on

      And that's not to say any one is better than the others. I meant quality of commits in general, not the quality of the other OSes. You knew what I meant though.

  3. By Anthony () on

    Personally, I'm impressed that OpenSSH has become industry standard in such a short amount of time.

    Just about every UNIX ships with it now, including Solaris and AIX, which speaks to its robustness and percieved robustness.

    PF is as impressive, except it's not PF's birthday today.

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