|Commit History - (may be incomplete: see SVNWeb link above for full details)
|31 Dec 2010 17:35:17
Garbage-collect expired ports:
2010-12-30 databases/p5-sqlrelay: broken and upstream disapeared
2010-12-30 devel/php-dbg2: No upstream support
2010-12-30 dns/fourcdns: upstream has disapeared
2010-12-31 emulators/win4bsd: Development has ceased and distfile is no longer
2010-12-31 french/mozilla-flp: www/seamonkey port is deprecated. Consider using
2010-12-31 french/xtel: Minitel services will be discontinued at the end of
2010-12-30 ftp/ftpq: upstream has disapeared
2010-12-30 graphics/paintlib: does not compile with new tiff and no more
2010-12-30 graphics/g3dviewer: does not build with gcc 4.2, upstream disapeared
2010-12-30 lang/scriba: Does not compile with gcc 4.2+, looks like abandonware
2010-12-30 math/rascal: Broken on every arch since 2008, looks like an
2010-12-31 net-mgmt/nrg: Project has vanished. Use cacti instead.
2010-12-31 security/hostsentry: Project is dead.
2010-12-31 sysutils/kcube: Project has vanished
2010-12-31 www/cybercalendar: has been unmaintained since 2001 and is unusable
with dates after 2010 (see ports/150974)
2010-12-31 www/flock: Flock 3 moves from Firefox to Chromium
2010-12-31 www/linux-flock: Flock 3 moves from Firefox to Chromium
2010-12-30 x11-clocks/xtu: Looks like abandonware
Leave java/tya in for now, as it has outstanding PRs.
|29 Oct 2010 22:24:57
Mark as deprecated and set expiration date to 2010-12-30 for unmaintained
ports (ports@) that are broken and which seems abandonned upstream and
are broken for long or only build on 6.x which will be unsupported at that
|30 Sep 2010 10:13:59
- Mark BROKEN: does not fetch.
- Reset maintainer:
<email@example.com>: host fwd1.hosts.co.uk[22.214.171.124]
said: 550 Administrative prohibition (in reply to RCPT TO command)
|05 Jan 2009 19:44:02
- Remove conditional checks for FreeBSD 5.x and older
|16 Jul 2008 22:05:53
Master site update.
Submitted by: firstname.lastname@example.org (maintainer)
|08 Jan 2007 13:28:54
The Four Calorie DNS Server is a very simple dns server that can power a
single one-ip-address domain. It can handle SOA, NS, MX, A, and PTR
requests. The 1.1.0 version includes a nice X windows GUI for management.
Submitted by: Ron Scheckelhoff <rscheckelhoff at fourcalorieservers.com>