FreeBSD expands activities as funds flow in - BSD

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The FreeBSD Foundation was so successful in raising funds last year that it has been able to considerably expand its activities.

The foundation supports the FreeBSD open source operating system and its community worldwide. Last year it aimed to raise $500,000 and ended up with $770,000.

Veteran FreeBSD developer Marshall McKusick (pictured) told iTWire that for starters, three new technical staff had been recruited to the foundation. Two more will be recruited during the course of the year

McKusick said work on five new TCP congestion control algorithms for FreeBSD had been already completed. "Each congestion control algorithm is implemented as a loadable kernel module. Algorithms can be selected to suit the application/network characteristics and requirements of the host's installation," he said.

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