-On [20101206 08:30], "Martin v. Löwis" (email@example.com) wrote:
As a counter-example, I think the only way to phase out support for old OpenBSD releases is that we set a date.
If you want, I can provide you with specifics on the BSD platforms of what is currently in use, EOL and the future.
Also, with regard to Windows 2000, XP and its APIs. Didn't XP already switch a bunch of APIs around that 2000 doesn't use? (Need to find that migration document.)