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FreeBSD Internal Pages

This page contains pointers to pages documenting aspects of the FreeBSD project itself, as viewed separately from the codebase.


There are various projects which lie outside the mainstream development path. A number of groups are working on the 'cutting edge' to expand FreeBSD’s range of capabilities in new directions.

Here is an overview of the FreeBSD Release Engineering Process.


To avoid chaos with a project this large spread out all over the globe, there have to be some Policies for FreeBSD Committers.


The FreeBSD Project Staff consists of teams, groups and individuals with designated project roles and areas of responsibility and the developers. By following the links, one will find a list of them, as well as explanations of who is responsible for what.

You can read here core’s Hat Term Limits Policy and some guidelines from Warner Losh on how to work with hats.


For those with accounts on the main network, here are the machine resources that are available and the sorts of work they are intended for.

You can learn more about the FreeBSD WWW server, including the machine, the software, mirroring the FreeBSD web pages.

Last modified on: June 19, 2021 by Danilo G. Baio