No theme this week cause I think I hit everything.
BSD Now 338 is up, which strangely is listed as the “100th episode” on the site, but I think that means it’s only indexed through #239. Anyway, it has the normal ingredients – a ZFS article, a convention note, and a link into a conversation about OpenBSD, among other things.
The next scheduled meeting for SEMIBUG is tonight. Go, if you are near.
UNIX history as an accidental theme this week.
Update: NetBSD 9.0 is released.
I like seeing cross-pollination, as I’ve said before. I really like it turning into informal cross-BSD standards.
This week’s BSD Now covers user groups and convention talks and releases and really the full gamut.
ChiBUG is having their monthly meeting at the normal place, Giordano’s, tonight. Next month is a new location.
Hamilton, Ontario, is having what I think is the inaugural meeting for their BUG, tonight. That’s I think the closest one to me so far.
Also, the Polish BUG is meeting tonight. I say “tonight” for both of these, but they are very different time zones.
The Dusseldorf BSD.nrw BUG is also also meeting tonight. Second Tuesdays are popular!
Linked cause I always forget the right shell command for UTF-8, to reduce the amount of ???? ??? ??? ??????? ??.
Rimvydas Jasinskas has been making DragonFly world buildable on other system. I don’t know what for, but it’s interesting. There are many more commits than the ones I linked.
This week’s BSD Now has links to a number of about-BSD articles, as usual. Take note – there’s links to two European BUG meetings I didn’t have noted, under Beastie Bits.
libfetch has a vulnerability, now fixed on DragonFly in current and release, plus it also affects FreeBSD.
There’s a lot of releases happening.
daemon(8) has been updated, cause there’s ports that expect daemon to have some specific flags – especially -T.
There is a certain correlation between this utility and certain BSD logos.
BSD Now 335 is up, with links to a bunch of advocacy articles this week, and also notation of a (past) BSD conference in Australia, and an interview of a Hyperbola dev; a project I need to pay more attention to.
BUGs BUGs BUGs this week. I’ll make sure to note the events again when they get closer, too.
BSD Now 334 is posted, with juuuust the right mix of items; some advocacy, some license confusion (for Linux), etc. I notice linked in the bottom section the
February, er March NYCBUG meeting will have Paul Vixie talking at their meeting, which hasn’t even been mentioned on the NYCBUG site yet.
I imagine this may work for any BSD, really. Aaron Li has the instructions, which may be especially useful for non-English readers.