June 17, 2007

DragonFly BSD: UNIX for Clusters?

One of the defining features of open source communities is their tendency to fork. Anyone who wants to can take a copy of the codebase and start working on their own version. In the BSD community, the best known fork happened in October 1995, when Theo De Raadt forked NetBSD to create OpenBSD. Since then, OpenBSD has surpassed NetBSD in terms of userbase.

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