This week’s BSD Now has a great title, and you can guess what the first linked article will be. The other items in this week are analytic and also entertaining in their own way.
Brian Callahan presents for NYCBUG on compiler support in the BSDs, tonight. Send an email for a Zoom invite.
Fun reads, none too heavy.
- Colin’s Bear Animation, Revisited.
- Switched-On… hits and misses. Also a meme, in vinyl.
- The Endless Acid Banger. Makes me think of StarCon 2. (via)
- Calendso, self-hosted Calendly alternative. (via)
- Text Adventures: Past, Semiconditionally Modified Past, and Present. (via)
- The Web Design Museum. (via)
- Old Book Illustrations. Exactly what it is titled. (via)
- An Oral History of Street Fighter II. (via)
- reHackable/awesome-reMarkable. (via)
- The First PC to Die, Ever. Player Character, 50 years ago. (via)
- Roguelike Celebration 2021 will be virtual.
- Yayagram. (via)
There’s some opinions mixed in this week!
- NetBSD VM on bhyve (on TrueNAS). (via)
- FreeBSD 13 on a 12 year old laptop. (via)
- OPNsense switches back to vanilla FreeBSD. (via)
- Gemini Capsule in a FreeBSD Jail. (via)
- Lexical File Names in Plan 9 or Getting Dot Dot Right. (PDF, via)
- FVWM 3 and Quest for Comfortable NetBSD Desktop. (via)
- It’s time to say goodbye to the GPL. (via)
- Hunt the Wumpus on the AskHistorians Podcast. Pre-BSD.
- FreeBSD meetings on the Desktop.
- OpenBSD 6.9 is out, with this perk.
- From Linux to BSD. (video, via)
- FreeBSD 13.0 on Raspberry Pi 400 – Quick Look. (video, via)
- Interview with Michael Lucas FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Unix, IT and other books author. (via)
- FreeBSD Best Practices virtual panel discussion, 2 sessions. Related to WireGuard, I think.