The Meltdown/Spectre talk continues on BSDNow 229, along with an interview of @newnix, GhostBSD, and other recent news.
A full slate of BSDs this week.
Continuing the all-Spectre, all-Meltdown week here at the Digest, BSDNow 228 talks about it for FreeBSD and will cover more next week. And oh yeah other news, including a mention of new-to-me NomadBSD.
Note the non-profit link; that may be useful to you.
I’m a bit late posting it, but: BSDNow 227 covers Open, Free, and Net this week.
More user group news: Helsinki, Finland, has a new BSD User Group: HelBUG. First meeting is February 7th. There’s no mailing list/site that I know of, yet.
I’m posting this waaaay ahead of time: next NYCBUG meeting is tomorrow. It’s a porting session, and here’s some of what to expect.
I’m a bit late posting this, since I’ve been on the road, but: BSDNow 226 is up, diving into recent FreeBSD status and Foundation reports, OpenBSD work, and other details.
There’s been a number of commits lately from Sascha Wildner with mentions of “Tianocore EDK II” a term that’s new to me. Googling for it tells me it’s a development environment for UEFI programs, useful for anyone booting on modern hardware.
This week’s BSDNow talks about TrueOS, natch. Lots of other news, including an interesting odd hardware find.
The Semibug Christmas dinner is tomorrow. They need reservations, so if you want to go and haven’t told anyone yet – hurry!
Last minute, because for some reason I didn’t see much BSD stuff until Friday night.
No interview but a lot of topics in this week’s BSDNow.
BSDNow 223 covers a wide range: debuggers, Rust, Docker, EuroBSDCon 2017, pine64, and some network tools for FreeBSD and OpenBSD.
There’s a NYCBUG get-together tonight at Suspenders in Manhattan, New York City, 7 PM. There’s no technical presentation, but who cares? Start the end-of-year-drinking!
No interview this week for BSDNow 222, but lots of procedure details on FAMP, server moves, and bhyve.