I have a pretty significant backlog of links for this week – to the point I had to open a separate browser window to sort out open tabs.
The cohabiting part of this week’s BSDNow is about someone running FreeBSD and Gentoo on the same ZFS drive. No interview but lots of material from the recent EuroBSDCon and MeetBSD conventions.
A much more well-rounded crop of BSD links this week.
Several pfSense links this week, which by complete coincidence is the same week that I’ve been adding network cards to my older pfSense devices at work to create radio links.
BSDNow 164 has a whole lot of conversation about things that start with V, plus an interview with Josh Paetzel of iXsystems about the upcoming MeetBSD, FreeNAS and other things.
A somewhat short week this week, for BSD.
BSDNow 161 has sort of 2 interviews this week. has Allan Jude talking about his EuroBSDCon trip, plus Michael Shirk talking about Bro on FreeBSD. Also, lots of news items right on the BSDNow page.
Mark Sumter’s giving a talk on ZFS at tonight’s KnoxBUG meeting. Hurry! I should have posted this sooner but work tied me up today.
It’s the convention time of year!
BSDNow 160’s title is linked to Allan Jude being at EuroBSDCon, happening right now. (Groff is there too!) Episode 160 is available in any case, and I bet there will be some sort of interview(s) coming out of this.
Roguelike Celebration, happening tomorrow (the 17th) in San Francisco. Normally this would be in Lazy Reading, but that’s too late. (via)
A week of travel didn’t get in the way of links! RSS feeds are still fantastic tools for those who know how to use them.
If you are near New York City, NYCBUG’s InstallFest is happening just before 7 PM Wednesday at the usual Stone Creek bar meeting location. Go, see what strange hardware turns up.
I did all of this in a hour, because I had so many tabs saved from during the week. Don’t get overwhelmed!
Bonus DragonFly items, sent by Rolinh on IRC:
Off-the-beaten-path links this week. Strap in!
Your unrelated animated GIF of the week: Permanent Wink.
Adding a new “BUG” category, cause there’s enough ongoing BSD user group activity these days that it’s a reoccurring theme. That makes me happy.
Garbage 35 is up, with news about ChiBUG, an OpenBSD hackathon, and the ritual shaming of computer equipment.
HOPE starts today in New York City, and if you are going, there’s at least one BSD presence at the show that could use volunteers.