Victor Balada Diaz has committed his jail work, which adds support to jails for having more than one IP address, and also the ability to use IPv6.
A resurrected experiment: this local page shows the creation date of each binary pkgsrc package in Joerg's archive, sorted in reverse chronological order. It's updated daily. It's an easy, cheesy way to tell when new packages have been uploaded. (The link for this page is also in the Links list on this page.)
Matthew Dillon is performing some significant cleanup of the kernel startup/VM code, so watch out if you are using the bleeding edge code.  He synced Preview before starting, so Preview users can move to the code version just before this (potentially) destabilizing code.
Petr Janda linked to a review of the open-source 'Nouveau' NVIDIA drivers, which plan to have 3D support. Also, Gergo Szakal found that a recent poll on the Hungarian Unix Portal listed DragonFly as the 4th most popular BSD-based operating system - more popular than NetBSD.
If you could use over $100 USD, Petr Janda needs someone to port the getcontext and swapcontext calls to DragonFly's libc, and he's willing to pay the aforementioned money for it. Hop on now and make some quick money. has a review of "The OpenBSD Packet Filter Book", which is Jeremy C. Reed's version of the PF FAQ and other material, in printed form.   It's available through print-on-demand.   DragonFly is mentioned in there, as we (along with I think pretty much every other BSD) also use PF.
Peter Avalos has updated libpcap to 0.9.5 and  tcpdump to 3.9.5.  I never realized tcpdump was a separate utility.
User 'Haidut' wrote up some notes on how he got DragonFly to boot from a USB stick.  (Summary: it just worked.)
Simon 'corecode' Schubert bought a new laptop, and wants to throttle the speed to reduce heat and power usage.  He's updated some of DragonFly's est support from NetBSD's est, the 'Enhanced Speed Step' driver, which does just that.  (These patches are not yet in the DragonFly src tree.)  If you're interested, don't forget estd.
Matthew Dillon posted that there was only one symbol left to change for the kernel work.  While anyone was able to jump in, Sascha Wildner went and changed all 10,000+ entries himself.  Thanks, Sascha! has seen a lot more activity lately, with the number of reported issues down by a third, to around 100. If you want to help out, try to replicate an older bug (especially ones from DragonFly 1.4), and mention if it doesn't seem to be around any more. If you're a developer, there's a number of small patches under 'feature' that would be easy to check and commit.
Alistair Crooks, on the mailing list, announced that pkgsrc is being 'frozen' for the 2006Q4 branch.  That means no major changes for the next 2 weeks, and then a new release of pkgsrc comes out, just in time for the end of the year.