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Google Analytics access is <emphasis>not</emphasis> arbitrarily allowed — access must be requested, voted on by the Documentation Engineering Team <email>doceng@FreeBSD.org</email>, and explicitly granted.
Requests for Google Analytics data must include a specific purpose. For example, a valid reason for requesting access would be <quote>to see the most frequently used web browsers when viewing FreeBSD web pages to ensure page rendering speeds are acceptable.</quote>
Conversely, <quote>to see what web browsers are most frequently used</quote> (without stating <emphasis>why</emphasis>) would be rejected.
All requests must include the timeframe for which the data would be required. For example, it must be explicitly stated if the requested data would be needed for a timeframe covering a span of 3 weeks, or if the request would be one-time only.
Any request for Google Analytics data without a clear, reasonable reason beneficial to the FreeBSD Project will be rejected.
Data Available Through Google Analytics
A few examples of the types of Google Analytics data available include:
Commonly used web browsers
Page load times
Site access by language
How do I add a new file to a branch?
To add a file onto a branch, simply checkout or update to the branch you want to add to and then add the file using the add operation as you normally would. This works fine for the <literal>doc</literal> and <literal>ports</literal> trees. The <literal>src</literal> tree uses SVN and requires more care because of the <literal>mergeinfo</literal> properties. See the <link linkend="subversion-primer">Subversion Primer</link> for details on how to perform an MFC.
How do I access <systemitem class="fqdomainname">people.FreeBSD.org</systemitem> to put up personal or project information?
<systemitem class="fqdomainname">people.FreeBSD.org</systemitem> is the same as <systemitem class="fqdomainname">freefall.FreeBSD.org</systemitem>. Just create a <filename>public_html</filename> directory. Anything you place in that directory will automatically be visible under <uri xlink:href="https://people.FreeBSD.org/">https://people.FreeBSD.org/</uri>.
Where are the mailing list archives stored?
The mailing lists are archived under <filename>/local/mail</filename> on <systemitem class="fqdomainname">freefall.FreeBSD.org</systemitem>.
I would like to mentor a new committer. What process do I need to follow?
See the <link xlink:href="https://www.freebsd.org/internal/new-account.html">New Account Creation Procedure</link> document on the internal pages.
Benefits and Perks for FreeBSD Committers
Recognition
Recognition as a competent software engineer is the longest lasting value. In addition, getting a chance to work with some of the best people that every engineer would dream of meeting is a great perk!
FreeBSD Mall
FreeBSD committers can get a free 4-CD or DVD set at conferences from <link xlink:href="http://www.freebsdmall.com">FreeBSD Mall, Inc.</link>.
<acronym>IRC</acronym>
In addition, developers may request a cloaked hostmask for their account on the Freenode IRC network in the form of <literal>freebsd/developer/</literal><replaceable>freefall name</replaceable> or <literal>freebsd/developer/</literal><replaceable>NickServ name</replaceable>. To request a cloak, send an email to <email>irc@FreeBSD.org</email> with your requested hostmask and NickServ account name.
<systemitem class="domainname">Gandi.net</systemitem>
Gandi provides website hosting, cloud computing, domain registration, and X.509 certificate services.
Gandi offers an E-rate discount to all FreeBSD developers. Send mail to <email>non-profit@gandi.net</email> using your <literal>@freebsd.org</literal> mail address, and indicate your Gandi handle.

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