Since the release, we've had quite a few reports on broken or misbehaving ports. We've been working as quickly as possible to fix the ports and in some cases update them to newer versions.
We've fixed several ports including some of the GNUstep related ports, and some of the KDE ports. Opera and linux-opera were updated to 9.23.
Ports with problems:
GNUmail is known to be broken. It crashes on most systems.
Subversion was updated to 1.4.4 and it works except for a few of the non default options like mod_dav_svn. We're still working no that port
KDE3 meta port sometimes fails. A file with the configuration information is copied into /usr/local instead of the fake directory. copying the file in the right place fixes that port enough to install. We'll fix that when we get time to test it thoroughly.
Firefox (native) is flat out broken.
Seamonkey (native) only works as a browser. The other features (mail, ldap, etc) are broken.
Mozilla (native) works with everything except LDAP.
Gorm and ProjectCenter fail on some systems and work on others. We haven't determined the cause although it started after we upgraded the GNUstep ports.
The GNUstep cd player port was reported broken.
Most of the Etoile ports are not working presently. They all need GNUstep 2 + fake fixes. I'm going to look at that soon.
plus any bug reports in bugzilla.
compat4x was fixed today.
aspell can fetch files again.
all shells in ports work
freebsd binary java ports
poppler (path fixed for include files)
mysql 4.1, 5.0, 5.1
bind 9.3.x, 9.4.x
plus many other ports.
I think the last estimate was 1,300+ ports total (working and broken)