DragonFly BSD 2.4 released. It's not FreeBSD anymore
DragonFly BSD 2.4 is now out,including a new 64-bit ISO image, kernel and feature updates.
According to the release notes, the single most invasive change is the introduction of DEVFS.
"The /dev filesystem is now mounted by the kernel after it mounts the root filesystem," the release notes state.
DragonFly BSD developers already know that the DEVFS change, as well as a few other items, might be problematic for some users. There is already a plan to release version 2.4.1 in a month to deal with issues that come up.
FreeBSD is now moving toward its FreeBSD 8 release and many, many things have changed, in both BSD's.