The flow in both directions has to include:
* better locking / parallelism
* virtualised forwarding support (ie, vimage)
If he's happy to include some stubs for that, then sure. I think both
dfbsd and freebsd can use the same pf.
On 26 July 2014 08:27, Mark Felder <f...@freebsd.org> wrote:
> We've already heard of Henning offering to help port a new pf but the olive
> branch has been extended even further. He responded to some comments of mine
> on twitter:
> @HenningBrauer: @rhymebyter @feldpos I offered help/advice to whomever
> seriously attempts to update pf in @dragonflybsd AND @freebsd.
> @HenningBrauer: @feldpos it takes someone in freebsd/netbsd/dragonfly to
> update their ancient pf versions, then code can flow bidirectional
> Technical hurdles aside, that sounds like the beginning of an OpenPf to me...
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