I'm going to be very busy over the next week, so I am not sure how consistent my posting schedule will be, or how much I will be able to build up for next weekend.  We'll find out together.
Last minute, again.
Because of some changes Matthew Dillon made to maxvnodes calculation in DragonFly, you may find yourself using 5%-10% less RAM.  If you've upgraded to 5.6, you already have this benefit.
Lots of topic range this week; no theme grew out - but that's better in some ways!
This week's BSD Now talks a whole lot about ZFS, which is no surprise given the OpenZFS events going on. There's other news, of course.
Shamelessly copied from my own users@ post: I tagged 5.6.1 and built it earlier today.  This version has a corrected sshd_config and fixes a lockup bug in ttm. The ISO should be showing up on mirror-master.dragonflybsd.org in the next 20 minutes or so, or you can rebuild using the normal process on an existing 5.6 system:
cd /usr/src
git pull
make buildworld
make buildkernel
make installkernel
make installworld
make upgrade
If you are still on 5.4 or earlier, you need to bring in 5.6 sources, which is noted in the 5.6.0 announcement.
Matt Parnell is presenting Asterisk and FreePBX on FreeBSD at SEMIBUG's monthly meeting, tomorrow, in Troy, Michigan.  Go, if you are near. Credit goes to SEMIBUG for creating a Google Calendar which makes it slightly more likely I'll catch the meeting and post about it.  Also, a nostalgia moment about the bad old days: I am so glad specialized hardware is no longer needed just to get on the phone network, since VoIP is widespread these days.  I hated dealing with flaky PRI lines.
DragonFly 5.6.0 has been released.  This version brings an improved virtual memory system, updates to radeon and ttm, and performance improvements for HAMMER2.  Matthew Dillon did some informal testing of the VM improvements, and posted results to the users@ list. My users@ post has the usual details on upgrading (pay no attention to my 5.4 typo), as do the release notes.  
Inadvertent theme this week: games.  Yet somehow I didn't include a roguelike?  Dang.
I linked to some other BSD link roundups, so the joy of clicking can continue.
Francois Tigeot updated ttm and radeon DRM in DragonFly to match what's in I assume the Linux 3.18 kernel.  Please try if you have the appropriate hardware.  This was at the start of May, so you may have already done so without realizing if you run -current.  It'll be in the 5.6 release, too.