The timetable, made known last year, for the release of the Version 6.0 of the free Unix variant FreeBSD has been corroborated of late. As of today the scope of functions is no longer to be increased and bug-fixing is to become the main priority. Before this task has been completed the developers are loath to release the new version. They do seem to be confident, however, of being able to eliminate all problems by August.
News source: Heise Online