Incomplete TODO items
Change shell of cricket user to /bin/csh, so people can sudo or su to the account
Fix should be in net-mgmt/cricket/files/pkg-install.in
Temporary workaround (for sudo users): sudo -s -H -u cricket
Create mail/sa-update-periodic or something with a similar name (p5-Mail-SpamAssassin-periodic is too long, IMHO)
Result of disagreement in PR ports/127242
Figure out what the supposed bugs are in BSD yacc(1) which Martin Pala says exist, thus require sysutils/monit port to (unnecessarily, IMHO) require bison
- Waiting on feedback from him, with proof of bugs or PRs...
- As of 2008/09/16, I still haven't received the proof I asked for
- Create a postfix policy server which could insert X-Greylist headers into mails which utilise OpenBSD spamd (vs. postgrey)
- Plausible, but OpenBSD spamd would need some changes.
- OpenBSD spamd would need to store a hash ID (MD5 or SHA-1) of specific SMTP envelope fields in a separate Berkeley DB file, along with a timestamp of when the SMTP server last spoke to it.
The postfix policy server, upon receiving a full piece of mail (via the pf(4) forwarding rules), would apply the same hash-calculation method to the same fields, then look up that hash ID as a key in said Berkeley DB file. If an entry is found, use the value in the DB as the timestamp, and insert a X-Greylist header into the SMTP mail itself (like postgrey does).
When hitting <Escape> in loader(8) screens, drop to a prompt rather than refreshing the timeout interval
obrien@ requested this one.
Make ports/net/rtg support libbsnmp (FreeBSD's built-in SNMPv1/v2 client library)
- I'm growing really tired of every single network monitoring daemon or suite requiring Net-SNMP.
Most people use Net-SNMP for the library and utility pieces and less for the actual snmpd(8) daemon.
- Same idea could be applied to other ports, not just RTG.
Completed TODO items (pending commits, open PRs, etc.)
Use ASCII characters (e.g. "+|-") instead of PC-ANSI line-drawing characters in loader(8) screens
- For those of use who primarily look at boot-up messages through serial console via PuTTY.
Completed; open PR: http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=121064
Tested rink@'s kernel msgbuf clearing code, using loader.conf variable kern.ignore_old_msgbuf=1.
Update ports/devel/p5-Config-Record to 1.1.2.
- linimon@ took care of this in April 2008.