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Old 9th October 2013
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From http://www.mtier.org/news/openbsd-ports-lt-support/:

Customers who sign up for LTS subscription service for example for the current v5.3 release will automatically receive free support for the first six months and then an additional 6 month's support until v5.5 is released. Remember that OpenBSD stable is currently 6 months only. The subscription model will include only security and stability updates and no functional updates of packages. For those customers who have a need for functional updates then please contact M:Tier directly.

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The timing is no different than the support provided by the Project itself. The only difference is that the Project provides maintenance in the form of source code patches, while M:Tier provides compiled binary files.
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Old 11th October 2013
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I wondering if security updates for packages would includes non-base packages like Firefox. If they provide firefox would it be straight from ports or would they maintain an ESR version like Debian and RHEL/Centos?
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