Juan Francisco Cantero Hurtado really wants a port of DragonFly to Xen.  He can't do it himself, but he did a nice job of writing up the problem, and even found resources to help any developer wanting to take on this task.
Somehow, I ended up with the most concise link listing I've ever done, even though I have a pretty good batch here.  Go figure.  
Two completely separate and unrelated changes: First, Alex Hornung has added a check to look for certain lines in a commit message, and add a MFC reminder note to the commit message if they are found.  MFC, if you haven't heard it, means 'merge from current', or moving a change from dragonfly-current to the last release version. Second, with the next quarterly release of pkgsrc coming up, there's some old packages that will get dropped.  Speak up if you need them to stick around.  
If you've had a lack of emails from the DragonFly mailing lists lately, this SORBS listing event might be why.
Do you have a Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG, 2225BG, or 2915ABG wireless card?  The driver is iwi(4).  It requires a kernel module and some downloadable firmware, which makes it slightly more troublesome to set up.   Luckily, 'ferz' has written up just how to get it working.
Jeremy Chadwick donated an SSD to DragonFly developer 'josepht'.  Thanks, Jeremy! Normally I'd take this moment to point out the other donations that could be useful for DragonFly developers...  but there doesn't seem to be any pending requests.  Anyone working on a hardware driver that needs something physical to test against?  Here's the moment to note that.
There's an update on Stéphanie Ouillon's Google Summer of Code project, working on the virtio block device driver.
Pkgsrc bmake bootstrap, that is.   There's a new version of bmake, and it needs to be tested on every platform possible.
A light week.  School's nearly out in the States, so I expect the Internets to be quieter.
  • Another open-source compiler suite.  Maybe parts of it were open before?  I don't know; all I have to go on is a press release.  Remember when there was GCC or nothing?
  • Read this; it will show you just how amazingly intricate the Telehack project is.  If that doesn't convince you, read this.
  • Incomplete man pages are no fun.  Not this bad, but close.
  • Do you use PuTTY as a SSH client on Windows?  This PuTTY shortcut creator may be really handy.  It also saves your settings in a sane location, instead of buried somewhere in the registry as PuTTY does.
  • The origin of Pong.  (via)  It debunks some of the legends.
Matthew Dillon has made some changes to AHCI support; if you have an Intel motherboard with an SSD drive that occasionally doesn't want to co-operate on a cold boot, this recent update may fix it.
Do you have a Via CPU?  Do you use padlock(4)?  (The driver for cryptographic functions, which Via processors support with hardware acceleration)  Alex Hornung made some untested changes to support the hardware random number generator, but he needs people to test it.
BSDDay Argentina is starting to look for speakers.  The official site doesn't list 2011 dates yet, but it'll be in November, in Buenos Aires.  (via Damian Vicino)  Alex Hornung gave a DragonFly presentation there last year...
There's still a few packages in pkgsrc that don't support DESTDIR (e.g. being built by someone other than root).  If you want to help out, here's a list of those 60 packages.
A nice big pile of links this week.  Some of these may have cropped other places by now, but oh well.
The Open Source Business Resource magazine is going with a rare unthemed issue in August.  So, this is your chance to get published on your own specific business/open source topic!  Articles are due by July 10th.