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Thread: OpenZFS Launches To Promote Open-Source ZFS

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    Default OpenZFS Launches To Promote Open-Source ZFS

    Phoronix: OpenZFS Launches To Promote Open-Source ZFS

    OpenZFS has outed themselves today as the "truly open-source successor to the ZFS project", the popular and highly-advanced file-system designed for Solaris during the Sun Microsystems days. OpenZFS is designed to promote the file-system on various operating systems and for allowing developers and stakeholders to better collaborate over open-source ZFS activities...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTQ2NDE

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    We are in #openzfs on freenode. Feel free to come by with questions.

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    What is freenode?

    I am a bit confused about this. I have reread the article.

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    It's an irc server.

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    How to connect it?

    I connected on the one that comes with linuxmint and added the group but there is no such thing on this server.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deri View Post
    How to connect it?

    I connected on the one that comes with linuxmint and added the group but there is no such thing on this server.
    http://freenode.net/using_the_network.shtml

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    Ok, finally I was able to connect. Found the irc servers.

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    Is there a rewrite under GPL planned ? If it is not going to GPL, it does not matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dibal View Post
    Is there a rewrite under GPL planned ? If it is not going to GPL, it does not matter.
    Out of genuine curiosity... Why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dibal View Post
    Is there a rewrite under GPL planned ? If it is not going to GPL, it does not matter.
    To be really free and usable by different OSes it should be BSD or MIT licensed.

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