OpenEAV, the free and open antivirus system for the enterprise is watching out for a talented and experienced C++/QT programmer with good knowledge of the STL and the Boost library. The client gui needs to be designed, implemented and must fit well around OpenEAV's core api.
Symantec reports that most of their av products have a security issue in conjunction with prepared archive files. These could bypass the virus scanner because the file format is not correct but the operating system is still able to etract the files.
Version 1.21 is mainly a bugfix release over 1.4.20 and fixes at least 30 bugs.
One of the most interesting improvements made in DragonFly BSD are about the HAMMER filesystem which is now considered ready for productional use. It is also now possible to boot from a HAMMER-only disk, though this is still not recommended.