Well, I made up for last week’s short list.
- What tool you use to read IPMI sensor information can matter. Not directly BSD, but the tools described are in ports.
- The origin of POSIX. The name, not the standard. TWAIN has the best pseudo-origin. (via)
- Does the old Unix still exist, besides its descendants? Yes, and so does Theseus’s ship.
- Related: Plan 9 is now open source, along with Inferno. Technically a later version of Unix – plus Inferno can run on BSD. (via)
- NetBSD Bounties for xhci features scatter-gather, suspend/resume. (via)
- HardenedBSD March 2021 Status Report.
- GSoC Reports: Make system(3), popen(3) and popenve(3) use posix_spawn(3) internally (Final report).
- KDE on FreeBSD 2021o2.
- Hitting donation milestone, financial report for 2020.
- How to split a file into small parts.
- UFS Boot Environments.
- What security does a default OpenBSD installation offer?
- Nginx as a TCP/UDP relay. On OpenBSD.
- pkgsrc-2021Q1 branch announcement.
- FVWM(3) and the quest for a comfortable NetBSD desktop. (via)
- Valuable News – 2021/03/29.
- OPNsense 21.1.4 released.
- Only Footnotes. But some of them are BSD footnotes!
Semi-BSD-related: One of my 3 workplaces needs a Software Team Lead. (scroll down) The main product is FreeBSD-based, though this team position does not directly work with it.