The FreeBSD project has published a quarterly status update which includes a summary of work being done on and around the FreeBSD operating system. There have been a number of changes to userspace filesystem (FUSE) support, several driver updates, and the Xfce desktop port has been updated to version 4.14. There is also an ongoing effort to improve driver support on modern laptop computers: "The FreeBSD Foundation would like to ensure that running FreeBSD on contemporary hardware, including laptops, remains viable. To that end we plan to purchase the latest generation of one or more of a family of laptops preferred by members of the FreeBSD community, evaluate the existing state of hardware support, and implement missing hardware support where possible. As the first laptop for this project we have selected a 7th Generation Lenovo X1 Carbon. This project was sponsored by The FreeBSD Foundation." Additional information can be found in the project's report.
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