Enjoy!  I am going to have irregular network access over the next week, so this may be the only post for several days.
I don't know how I ended up with 3 pfSense items to lead with - it just happened.  
Accidental nostalgia theme!
For once, I'm not working on Saturday, so even though this is last minute, at least I'm not in a race with the clock.
There's been multiple reports of pulseaudio causing problems for DragonFly users.  It would get pulled in as a dependency, and audio would suddenly stop working.  Uninstall, and audio is fine.  John Marino has removed it from dports, to prevent that exact problem.
BSDNow 155: no Allan, but an interview with Myke Geiger about using FreeBSD in an ISP role, and a bunch of news items.
If you are on DragonFly-current, AKA DragonFly 4.7, make sure to perform a full buildworld on your next upgrade.  Tomohiro Kusumi changed a Hammer ioctl, and the buildworld is needed to keep everything in sync.
A manageable batch of links this week. Your unrelated link of the week: Spaceplan.  A clicker game, and very pretty.  (via)  
The Lumina release is the highlight of the week.  
It's a good week to learn: BSDNow 154 has no interview, but a lot of tutorials, including ones on GhostBSD, Enlightenment, Steam on FreeBSD, and so on.
The last bits of Linux emulation have been removed from DragonFly.  It's 32-bit, so it's been unsupported since DragonFly went to 64-bit only with the 4.0 release.  Also, some other 32-bit only items are gone, including the cs, ep, ex, fe, and vx network drivers.  It's almost impossible that anyone was using it, but it's notable because that's some... 15-20k lines of code gone?  Removal of unused code is also positive.
Because this always happens just after I create a DragonFly release, there's a new version of OpenSSL.  However, this is for version 1.0.2.  1.0.1 is what's in the release, and it's supported through the end of the year. OpenSSH has a major version bump in DragonFly, to 7.3p1.  This means some features - specifically patches for High Performance Networking - are no longer there, and you'll get an error if your config file requires them.  Either remove the options from your config, or install OpenSSH from dports.
Did you know that ACPICA has its own internal 'coding language', called AML?  I did not, but it's in DragonFly now in any case.  Every program eventually grows big enough to read email, and every specification eventually includes its own programming segment.
If you're one of the people who can easily read 'systat -vm' output, the data presented there has been modified.  If you're not one of those people, it's a good way to monitor system health.