Some history, some games.
Advanced ZFS Snapshots
has a literal headline, plus other straightforward articles. No puns, darnit.
Note the upcoming SEMIBUG meeting. I’ll post a reminder.
This week’s BSD Now talks about some recent history articles, and links to CultBSD, a new based-on-FreeBSD… distribution? I’m not sure what to call these based-on-a-BSD products.
ChiBUG is meeting tonight at 6PM at Giordano’s. Go if you are near Chicago.
I’ve been on the road but had travel time just sitting there, so I was able to construct this a bit more calmly for once.
I was interviewed by email a short while ago by Alexandre. He’s collecting them from other people, so start with me and keep reading with Vermaden.
I sure hope you don’t disagree with this week’s BSD Now episode title. Among other things, it talks about pot.
I finally cleared out most of my BSD RSS. Now everyone has to post more stuff and refill!
This week’s BSD Now talks about OpenBSD and OpenZFS – but not at the same time; don’t misread this.
Live in-person meetings are happening, slowly, finally.
This has been a good week for BSD releases, hasn’t it? This week’s BSDNow gets into RISC-V, too.
SEMIBUG’s monthly meeting is online, and it’s tomorrow the 19th, at 1900 hours (-0400, Eastern) via Jitsi. It’s going to be about “the advantages of Emacs”, given by a group member. Go, see, even if it’s just to shake your fist at the screen and mumble “viiiiiiiiiiii”.
Somewhat short this week, but there’s several releases.
This week’s BSD Now is 50% OpenBSD, 50% FreeBSD, plus a whole lot of Beastie Bits.
It’s not on their web page but it’s on Jitsi, so you can join now. (alerted via)
I managed to miss it last week, but last week’s BSD Now talks about NetFlix’s usage of FreeBSD to serve a ridiculous amount of data, among other things.