BSDNow episode 211 is up – you can guess at least one of the topics, I’m sure. There’s also an interview of FreeBSD Foundation co-ops – which is neat, because I didn’t realize the Foundation had co-ops.
BSDNow 210 turns the tables and interviews the moderators, along with the normal news summary.
Posting a bit late because I’ve been traveling, but: BSDNow 204, Wayland, Weston, & FreeBSD is up, with of course talk about windowing systems and an explanation of the “Scrub of Death” which is new to me.
You can guess what BSDNow is about this week, can’t you? Well, there’s more than just ZFS, though there’s an excellent historical summary on the site.
Hey, BSDNow episode 201 took its title from something I already planned to link for In Other BSDs. This week has an interview with Peter McDonald and covers FreeNAS 11, among other things.
BSDNow has reached the magic 200 episode mark, and this week they cover a nice wide range of topics – including Illumos!
No interview in this week’s BSDNow, but there’s a good run through recent BSD news, including some talk about a “Aeronix” machine project, which led me to some other interesting links.
As BSDNow closes in on their double-century episode, this week does not have an interview but does dive into a number of topics.
Hey, there’s a new garbage!
No interview in this week’s BSDNow, but lots of news topics including a note about how easy it is to mitigate WannaCry problems using BSD technologies. Also of potential interest, it links to an in-depth look at how traffic shaping in pfSense was able to significantly improve a home internet connection, from someone whose job is to think about that sort of thing.
This week’s BSDNow covers different topics, with a specific link about a centrally managed Bhyve – a new feature to me. No interview this week, but don’t let that stop you from the full range of discussion.
This week’s BSDNow has no interview, but it hops through a banquet of different operating system activities – wireless, routing, changing systems, etc. You will surely find something to pique your interest.
BSDNow 192 is up, and has the normal news summary, plus an interview of Patrick M. Hausen.
This week’s BSDNow covers a number of FreeBSD developments, Illumos network work, and an interesting in-depth discussion of the reasoning behind the transition from PC-BSD to TrueOS.