An Update (From China)
Greetings from Beijing! Actually, I feel silly saying that since
I've been here for the past 2 months on rotation, and I am only a
week away from departure. This is my second trip to Beijing, and
I've enjoyed it even more than the first -- though the most exciting
part of my trip is yet to come: a week-long trip to Sichuan province
-- a place legendary for its beautiful land, beautiful ladies, and
divinely spicy cuisine. I plan on assembling a photo album
of my trip, which I will post here shortly.
As I must pack for the trip, I have limited time to write, but I
would like to make folks aware of a few new items we've been busy on
with regard to Solaris networking:
- Clearview is now an "official" OpenSolaris
Project. For those trying to wrap their heads around it, we also now
have a set of slides which provide a high-level
overview. I'm also happy to report that development is proceeding at
a rapid pace, and that some components of Clearview will be available for
experimentation shortly (via the OpenSolaris Project page).
- In WiFi news, our long-term proposal for Solaris WiFi administration is under active discussion on the OpenSolaris Networking Forum.
Now's the time to speak up if you have strong opinions on such matters.