Behold! For now I have a wiki page!
- raid(4) parity maps.
- The Xen block device backend in all its trampolined glory.
- Also, the Xen clock.
- The sparse kernel core dumps on i386.
- Assorted minor fixes.
- Probably stuff I'm forgetting.
- Fix raidctl(8)
-moutput for RAID-0 sets.
- Re-re-re-re-dust-off the raid(4) raid nested-autoconfigure thing and likewise.
- Trying to defer RAID sets until all the components show up is actually a bad idea.
- There's an order-of-configure field that could be automagically set, but that can be later.
- I probably also need to figure out wedge autodetection, but that can be later.
- tail(1) -r doesn't work on large files. FreeBSD seemed to have an acceptable fix when last I looked. (FIXME: send-pr this if it isn't already.)
- The curses bugs (FIXME: link the PRs) I ran across.
- I also had some disagreements with the keypad handling which might or might not be ruled an all-the-world-is-not-ncurses issue.
- xentimed(8), which doesn't exist yet but should.
- xbd(4) is still lacking a dump routine, I think?
- Also a man page, last I saw.
- Anyway, at one point I'd more or less figured this out, and I don't think that part of the interface has changed much.
- Speaking of which, if I went completely insane I could try to port libsa to Xen.
- Which actually isn't that insane, given that PV-GRUB exists.
- And speaking of that, I should probably write a “NetBSD on Linode et al.” howto that isn't insane.