I finished this waaaay early. Your unrelated link of the week: Take On Me, shittyfluted.  Similar to sweding, and I'm so sorry.
I get all the BSDs this week.
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.
I managed to clear some of my link backlog, finally. Your unrelated link of the week: Retro Wave logo generator.  (via)
Oddball links for BSD this week - but pay attention to the first one.
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.
Remember I posted that LibreSSL is in base DragonFly, but not default?  Well, it's default now.  You can have a system without OpenSSL at all, by rebuilding DragonFly-current and using up-to-date dports. Update: see John's comments for clarification: LibreSSL is default; the change is that OpenSSL isn't even built any more.  The result is still the same good news: you can have an OpenSSL-free DragonFly system now.
I should have posted this sooner: SemiBUG is having a meeting in about half an hour at Altair Engineering.  Mike Wayne is presenting about monitoring.  Run now if you are near.
I've uploaded ISO and IMG files for DragonFly 4.6.1, so they should be available for download at your local mirror.  Note that there's an uncompressed 4.6.1 ISO for those installing to a virtual server.
Little yesterday, lots today: Your unrelated extra lazy reading: IFComp 2016 games, a selection.
OpenSSL in DragonFly 4.6 has been updated to 1.0.1u.  It's time for a DragonFly 4.6.1, to catch up on this and other updates since the 4.6.0 release.  I plan to work on it this weekend.