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 166: pot jokes! No interview, but lots of topics.
BSDNow 165 this week does not have an interview, but it goes in-depth on a number of recent BSD articles, including one on building kernel modules and some ‘high-end’ topics. The vote in the title is to remind you to like .ike.
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.
That’s Bryan Cantrill, of Joyent, interviewed in BSDNow 163. Joyent has been a major supporter of pkgsrc, though I don’t know if many people realize that. There’s the regular news roundup too, of course.
BSDNow 162 has an interview with Petra Zeidler of the NetBSD Foundation, the nonprofit organization that supports NetBSD-the-operating-system. Plus the usual news, the highlight for me being a link to an explanation of what ^d really does.
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.
It’s the convention time of year!
This week’s BSDNow has no interview, but some good links, including a meaty one about HTTPS implementation at NetFlix with FreeBSD.
BSDNow episode 158 has an interview with Diane Bruce about ham radio and Raspberry Pi hardware, plus the usual news.
I’m a day late posting this because of travel, but: BSDNow 157 has an interview with Richard Yao about ZFS (on Linux?), and more story links. I found the “NetFlix and Fill” article link interesting – those are BSD appliances they are talking about that eat so much of the Internet’s traffic.
It’s been a very slow news week, but at least there’s a new BSDNow episode: The Fresh BSD Experience. There’s an interview with the FreeBSD Foundation intern, Drew Gurkowski, and a lot of ARM news.
BSDNow 155: no Allan, but an interview with Myke Geiger about using FreeBSD in an ISP role, and a bunch of news items.
It’s a good week to learn: BSDNow 154 has no interview, but a lot of tutorials, including ones on GhostBSD, Enlightenment, Steam on FreeBSD, and so on.
Garbage 37 is out, with talk about their format and timing, OpenBSD material, and more Chromebook discussion.
It’s Thursday, so that means BSDNow 153, with a title inspired by the lead news item, “my int is too big”. (No, not spoon, int.) No interview this week, but lots of links.
Recently published: BSDNow 152, “The Laporte has landed!“, with an interview of Leo Laporte and his move to BSD, and also garbage, with some OpenBSD release conversation scattered in there.
Garbage 35 is up, with news about ChiBUG, an OpenBSD hackathon, and the ritual shaming of computer equipment.
Fuzzing sounds cute, but it’s about finding security problems, not checking for adorable guinea pigs or llamas or something like that. It’s also episode 151 of BSDNow. It looks like there’s no specific interview this week, but plenty of interesting topics and links listed.
Among other things, garbage brings up joshua stein’s desire to form a BSD user group near Chicago – contact him if you’re near.