EuroBSDCon is coming up in about 2.5 weeks; there will be, instead of a "Works In Progress" session, a poster session. If you aren't familiar with the concept, scientific conferences often have poster sessions, where people document their work on a single large sheet, post it with others, and answer questions as others come by to view the data on display.  There are more in-depth explanations for the curious.
Dru Lavigne has put together a DVD with multiple BSDs included, along with documentation.  It's for use by people studying for the BSDA, which I haven't covered enough lately.
Apparently Softpedia thinks DragonFly is up to version 1.2 and is yet another Linux distribution. Plus, their DragonFly article would be an exact copy of the DragonFly website's main page text, if it wasn't for the errors they added. (via Sascha Wildner)
Simon 'corecode' Schubert has committed Noah Yan's work on AMD64 support, making it possible to cross-compile a 64-bit world (not kernel, not yet) on a 32-bit system.
Matthew Dillon found a problem in DragonFly with msdosfs mounts.  He's fixing it momentarily. This is only a problem if you are running the very latest version of 1.11.
Matthew Dillon pointed out that an update of our dump system, as used by dumpsys() (sorry, no man page), would be useful - perhaps taking from recent FreeBSD changes.
YONETANI Tomokazu mentioned the minor steps needed to have a program other than sendmail handling local mail delivery.
Matthew Dillon has changed the way the installer CDs are built, and mentioned an idea I support wholeheartedly: creating DragonFly CDs/DVDs that come with common software already installed.  His changes don't make that happen, but they do make the possibility easier.
Peter Avalos has updated libarchive to 2.2.6, though it doesn't look like it changes much for us.
CARP has been added to DragonFly.  For those unfamiliar with it, it's a protocol for having an IP address fail over to a new system without (significant) interruption, similar to IETF/Cisco's VRRP.
Hasso Tepper has been adding support for a variety of USB devices lately, from the common to the uncommon.