I’m currently moving servers and services, and have just installed MirBSD natively on the new www-to-be, fish (part of FreeWRT’s legacy). This means that some services will be temporarily unavailable in the days (*cough*) to come. Also, we will temporarily be restricted to Legacy IP availability, losing IP connectivity until I manage to set up a tunnel at the new location. Sorry for doing this “at the last minute” but it’s an involved process. On the other hand, I did already get a new SSL certificate for www.mirbsd.org (from Startcom), and begun operating a MirBSD CA (for the forth time) for all our other X.509 needs (mostly, server-to-server SSL connections including auth’d SMTP relaying).
In true “rolling release” fashion, there is a new MirBSD snapshot for the i386 architecture available in the usual netinstall location. I removed all MirPorts binary packages for previous snapshots, since there were quite some changes (libc major bump, C++ removal, etc.) in base in the meantime. (Expect some fallout. I just realised I cancelled the Manitu server (for monetary reasons), which is blazingly fast, before I was able to finish doing a usable G++ 4.4 port…)