Contributed by grey on from the make it go before making it go fast dept.
KernelTrap has a feature which goes into length about the wireless support in OpenBSD 3.7. It starts of going into a small overview of the chipsets that 3.7 will support, the origins of that support (in a few cases) and then delves into the politics (ie. firmware licensing). The importance of having at least minimal support for a wide range of chipsets is dicussed at length. You can find the complete article here:
Features like this are great, while the OpenBSD community has been leading the cause we need more of this kind of exposure to raise awareness throughout the FOSS community and keep the heat on uncooperative vendors.
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