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The core team is elected by the committers from the pool of committers and serves as the board of directors of the FreeBSD project. It promotes active contributors to committers, assigns people to well-defined hats, and is the final arbiter of decisions involving which way the project should be heading. As byof July 1st, 2004, core consisted of 9 members. Elections are held every two years.
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It is worth noting that there are no technical barriers to prevent someone, once having gained commit privileges to the main- or a sub-project, to make commits in parts of that project's source the committer did not specifically get permission to modify. However, when wanting to make modifications to parts a committer has not been involved in before, he/sthey should read the logs to see what has happened in this area before, and also read the MAINTAINERS file to see if the maintainer of this part has any special requests on how changes in the code should be made.
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A person who has the required privileges to add histheir code or documentation to the repository. A committer has made a commit within the past 12 months. <citation><xref linkend="freebsd-bylaws"/></citation> An active committer is a committer who has made an average of one commit per month during that time.
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Many committers have a special area of responsibility. These roles are called hats. These hats can be either project roles, such as public relations officer, or maintainer for a certain area of the code. Because this is a project where people give voluntarily of their spare time, people with assigned hats are not always available. They must therefore appoint a deputy that can perform the hat's role in his or hetheir absence. The other option is to have the role held by a group.
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The tree symbolises the release versions with major versions spawning new main branches and minor versions being versions of the main branch. The top branch is the -CURRENT branch where all new development is integrated, and the -STABLE branch is the branch directly below it. Below the -STABLE branch are old, unsupported versions.
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The releases of FreeBSD isare best illustrated by a tree with many branches where each major branch represents a major version. Minor versions are represented by branches of the major branches.
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Within the <quote>code</quote> bracket in Jørgensen's figuremodel, each programmer has histheir own working style and follows histheir own development models. The bracket could very well have been called <quote>development</quote> as it includes requirements gathering and analysis, system and detailed design, implementation and verification. However, the only output from these stages is the source code or system documentation.
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Jørgensen found that most FreeBSD developers work individually, meaning that this model is used in parallel by many developers on the different ongoing development efforts. A developer can also be working on multiple changes, so that while the isy are waiting for review or people to test one or more of histheir changes, they may be writing another change.
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Jørgenssen's model for change integration <_:informaltable-1/>
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The kernel is the main building block of FreeBSD. While the userland applications are protected against faults in other userland applications, the entire system is vulnerable to errors in the kernel. This, combined with the vast amount of dependencies in the kernel and that it is not easy to see all the consequences of a kernel change, demands developers with a relative full understanding of the kernel. Multiple development efforts in the kernel also requires a closer coordination than userland applications do.
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Committers fall into three groups: committers who are only concerned with one area of the project (for instance file systems), committers who are involved only with one sub-project, and committers who commit to different parts of the code, including sub-projects. Because some committers work on different parts, the total number in the committers section of the triangable is higher than in the above triangable.
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The FreeBSD Project's structure with committers in categories <_:informaltable-1/>
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This split changes our triangable to look like this:
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The main resource in the FreeBSD community is its developers: the committers and contributors. It is with their contributions that the project can move forward. Regular developers are referred to as contributors. As byof January 1st, 2003, there are an estimated 5500 contributors on the project.
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The FreeBSD Project's structure with committers in categories(in order of descending authority) <_:informaltable-1/>
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