Oddball multimedia is the mini-theme.
The NetBSD Annual General Meeting is today.
There’s some bugfixes for HAMMER2 and the kernel that will probably mean a point release soon.
This week’s BSD Now has a title taken from the last Beastie Bits link – which is worth following.
It rhymes if you say it out loud. Jason Tubnor will present at 7 PM tonight (Detroit local time) on installing and configuring Xfce and KDE on FreeBSD.
Still working on cleaning up RSS backlogs, so this was done early.
Your unrelated noise music of the week: GROAR by Juanjosé Rivas. (via)
“BSD” is in almost every line as a title. Maybe not a surprise, but visually noticeable.
I can’t help but think of this as the 1# episode of BSD Now; tell me if you get why. Anyway, there’s lots of OpenBSD in this week’s BSD Now.
Headlines from this here Digest show up on dragonflybsd.org, and have for a long time. They are now joined with reports from the continuous integration builds of DragonFly (i.e. Jenkins) DragonFly is automatically rebuilt to test recent commits, and there’s a report for each build on the build machine.
I have a nice weird mix going on today.
Your unrelated video of the week: Frank & Beans – Hugo [official video]. I’ve linked to other shardcore stuff before, and thought I had previously linked to this video’s predecessor, but I can’t find it. It’s very good though also very Uncanny Valley. (also via)
My BSD RSS feeds are overflowing.
This week’s BSD Now, which I almost missed, covered one of the rarely-mentioned BSD Variants, TwinCat.
I think I know what Aaron Li might want to work on for DragonFly…
(I am only guessing; I have not asked.)
This week’s BSD Now starts off talking about recently-deceased and somewhat legendary Bill Jolitz. He is to me the source of the term “flat food person“.
RSVP if you are near Chicago and can go.
If you want to run DragonFly as a bhyve guest using UEFI, here’s the recipe.
Old-school week, at least more than normal.