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+ - OpenBSD's Release Process

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "Twelve years ago OpenBSD developers started engineering a release process that has resulted in quality software being delivered on a consistent 6 month schedule — 25 times in a row, exactly on the date promised, and with no critical bugs. This on-time delivery process is very different from how corporations manage their product releases and much more in tune with how volunteer driven communities are supposed to function. Theo de Raadt explains in this presentation how OpenBSD release process is managed and why it has been such a success."
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OpenBSD's Release Process

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