Alistair Crooks announced that the NetBSD Packages Collection now has 4039 packages, 57 more than last month. He adds,
"The Package of the Month award has an email theme this month, and is Elipot, who says about it: 'it allowed me to check my email regularly when I was on vacation without paying too much gprs traffic', and also to pkgsrc/mail/spamassassin, nominated by myself, which has kept my sanity in these last few spam-beset months."
Read on for the full announcement which highlights a number of the notable additions and updates.
From: Alistair Crooks [email blocked] To: netbsd-announce Subject: Summary of Changes to the NetBSD Packages Collection in August 2003 Date: Tue, 9 Sep 2003 21:07:59 +0200 [For a full list of all the changes, please refer to the current-users mailing list - agc] Summary of Changes to the NetBSD Packages Collection in August 2003 =================================================================== After a re-calculation of the number of packages in the NetBSD Packages Collection, I am very pleased to announce that we now have 4039 packages, up 57 from the previous month. My thanks to all the people who have made this possible. Notable additions include: advi, artwiz-fonts, avidemux, beecrypt, bitstir, camlimages, covered, dropbear, dvipng, fastdep, free, freesci, fvwm-devel, gputils, gscmxx, hf6to4, kimagemapeditor, kmessage, ksi, level9, lft, libdvbpsi, libdvdplay, libmpeg2, lrmi, MozillaFirebird, nbgrep, nbsed, offlineimap, p5-Cache-Cache, p5-Class-Container, p5-Class-Data-Inheritable, p5-Exception-Class, p5-Scalar-List-Utils, p5-XML-Twig, pcb-current, py-mimelib, py-reportlab-renderPM, python23, qmail-qfilter, quagga, raptor, routeplanner-cli, safecat, ser, tsclient, utilisp, xfe, xmms-alarm, YoSucker, zoom, zope25-BackTalk, zope25-BTreeFolder2, zope25-CookieCrumbler, zope25-Epoz, zope25-MailManager, zope25-RenderableCharts, and zope25-StripoGram. Notable updates include: 6to4, acroread5, adzap, anomy-sanitizer, ap-xslt, aribas, asc, ast-ksh, atk, audacity, audit-packages, beecrypt, bidwatcher, bmake, boehm-gc, bogofilter, bsdgrep-devel, buildtool, buildtool-doc, capc-calc, cdlabelgen, centericq, chemtool, chicken, citrix_ica, cpuflags, crimsonfields, criticalmass, cue, cvsync, cyrus-imapd21, cyrus-sasl2, dillo, dvdrip, dvipng, erlang, esound, exim, exim-user, fontconfig, fox, gaim, gcc-ssp, gcc3, gerbv, git, glib2, gmplayer, gnugo, gnupg, gopher, Gorm, grace, grhino, gsl, gstreamer, gtk2, gtkmm, hdf5, hermes, hiawatha, horde, icewm, icewm-gnome, icewm-imlib, if-psprint, imapfilter, imp, intltool, ja-samba, kde, kopete, kterm, lesstif, libbonoboui, libesmtp, libexif, libexif-gtk, libgphoto2, libmcrypt, libnet, librsync, libxml2, libxslt, lsof, lwp, mailcrypt, mbmon, mencoder, mew3, mirrormagic, mirrormagic-sdl, mjpegtools, mk-files, mplayer, mplayer-share, mysql-client, mysql-server, nasm-devel, nbgrep, nbsed, netris, neXtaw, ns-remote, nut, oo2c, p5-File-MMagic, p5-HTML-Parser, p5-Net-Telnet, pan, pango, papersize, parchive, pcre, peace, pekwm, php, php4-xslt, pinfo, pkgdiff, pkglint, pkg_comp, postgresql, py-dns, py-google, py-gtk2, py-gtk2, py-ORBit, py-qt3-base, py-soappy, pyxml, qt3-qscintilla, quake3arena, rdiff-backup, rocksndiamonds, rpc2, RScheme, ruby-amstd, ruby-fox, ruby-optparse, ruby-racc, ruby-racc-runtime, ruby-rdtool, ruby-tcpwrap, ruby-unit, ruby-zlib, rvm, sablotron, scummvm, smalltalk, spread, sqlite, squid, ssh2, ssh2-nox11, static-ast-ksh, subversion, sun-jdk13, sun-jdk14, sun-jdk14, sun-jre13, sun-jre14, swarm, swig-build, tcl-tclcl, tcptrace, tgif, tinyproxy, tnftp, transcode, treetext, trn, tuxpaint, unzip, verilog-current, vile, vmware-module3, wdm, wwwoffle, xautolock, xchat2, xcircuit, xmame, xmbmon, xmess, xmule, xtermset, and xuvmstat. The Package of the Month award has an email theme this month, and is Elipot, who says about it: "it allowed me to check my email regularly when I was on vacation without paying too much gprs traffic", and also to pkgsrc/mail/spamassassin, nominated by myself, which has kept my sanity in these last few spam-beset months. Alistair Crooks Mon Sep 1 07:02:05 BST 2003