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authorBrad Davis <brd@FreeBSD.org>2006-01-21 09:12:32 +0000
committerBrad Davis <brd@FreeBSD.org>2006-01-21 09:12:32 +0000
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Fix a bunch of grammer/readability nits.
Approved by: ceri@
Notes
Notes: svn path=/www/; revision=26903
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+++ b/en/news/status/report-2005-07-2005-10.xml
@@ -1101,10 +1101,10 @@
<p>I have removed struct ifnet's and layer two common structures
from device driver structures. This will eventually allow them to
be managed properly upon device removal. This code has been
- committed and will appear in 6.0. Popular drivers have continued to
+ committed and will appear in 6.0. Popular drivers continue to
be fixed. jhb's locking work has identified and corrected many
issues. rwatson has also committed cleanups to the multicast code
- which fix some issues in this area.</p>
+ which fixed some issues in this area.</p>
</body>
</project>
@@ -1140,14 +1140,14 @@
<p>The OpenBSD rewrite of dhclient has been imported, replacing the
ISC dhclient. The OpenBSD client provides better support for
roaming on wireless networks and a simpler model of operation.
- Instead of a single dhclient process per system, there is on per
+ Instead of a single dhclient process per system, there is one per
network interface. This instance automatically goes away in the
even of link loss and is restarted via devd when link is
reacquired. To support this change, many aspects of the network
interface configuration process were overhauled.</p>
<p>The current code works well in most circumstances, but more
- testing and polishing is needed. A few bug are being tracked, but
+ testing and polishing is needed. A few bugs are being tracked, but
most of them are edge cases.</p>
<p>Work on further interface configuration enhancements is underway
@@ -1381,12 +1381,12 @@
<body>
<p>The current version of the test suite took form in the beginning
- of this year after discussions with Jeff Roberson, during a long
+ of the year after discussions with Jeff Roberson, during a long
period of testing Jeff's VFS SMP work.</p>
- <p>At that time Daniel Seuffert donated a Tyan Thunder 7500 M/B
- with CPUs, RAM and coolers so I was able to do some serious SMP
- testing.</p>
+ <p>At that time, Daniel Seuffert donated a Thunder 7500
+ motherboard complete with CPUs, RAM and coolers. This allowed me
+ to do some serious SMP testing.</p>
<p>Mid July Murray Stokely suggested adding a link from the 6.0
todo web page to the Stress Test Status Page. At that time there
@@ -1396,8 +1396,8 @@
the same time others stepped in and ran the test suite on their own
hardware, thus increasing the focus on kernel stability.</p>
- <p>The status for 6.0 is that I do not any longer get panics with
- the test suite.</p>
+ <p>As of 6.0, the kernel stress test suite cannot panic the
+ kernel.</p>
</body>
</project>
@@ -1727,8 +1727,8 @@
<body>
<p>The FreeBSD kernel is powerful, but it still lacks some realtime
- POSIX facilities, for example, sigqueue, current I am working on
- it, most code is ready, and being tested.</p>
+ POSIX facilities, for example, sigqueue. Most of the code is ready,
+ and I am testing it.</p>
</body>
<help>
@@ -1910,13 +1910,13 @@
<body>
<p>Recently a lot of fixes, specially in handling format / rate
- conversion and general stability got committed to -current. This
+ conversion and general stability was committed to -current. This
include fixes for most LOR's and new features (software volume
handling for soundcards without volume handling in hardware and the
possibility to switch to spdif).</p>
- <p>A lot of effort was spend by Ariff (and other people) to come up
- with those improvements. For this reason Ariff is "punished" with a
+ <p>A lot of effort was expended by Ariff (and other people) to come up
+ with those improvements. For this reason Ariff was "punished" with a
commit bit, so he is able to commit further improvements on his
own.</p>
@@ -1934,9 +1934,9 @@
</body>
<help>
- <task>Update manpages to reflect current features.</task>
+ <task>Update manual pages to reflect new features.</task>
- <task>Fix driver specific issue (via, t4dwave, maestro).</task>
+ <task>Fix driver specific issues (via, t4dwave, maestro).</task>
<task>Make all drivers MPSAFE.</task>
@@ -2007,7 +2007,7 @@
package build cluster, pointyhat, uses. So if a port builds under
Tinderbox, it is guaranteed to build on pointyhat.</p>
- <p>More an more FreeBSD committers and ports maintainers are
+ <p>More and more FreeBSD committers and ports maintainers are
starting to use Tinderbox. We just released version 2.1.0 which
added much-requested PostgreSQL support as well as fixed many bugs.
We expect a 2.1.1 release soon with some additional bug fixes.</p>