Check the first link; it’s time-dependent.
This week’s BSD Now is the normal roundup of stories. I won’t point you at anything specific; it’s all good.
In-person. Though it might be canceled; I am preposting this and it hasn’t been settled as of right now. Go, if you are near Chicago and it happens.
I got subscribed to the UNIX Heritage Society mailing list and it’s already turned up some good stories.
This week’s BSD Now has two things I want to highlight – articles on Linux ABI and on dma. You’ll just have to click through.
This week’s BSD Now includes a link to depenguin.me, a way to install BSD using a rescue boot environment, which is going to come in handy for someone reading this. I know I’ve linked to it before.
This is a different than usual episode of BSD Now: an interview of Mateusz Piotrowski.
The highlight of this week’s BSD Now for me is the Ctrl-C / signal deep dive.
I’m a bit late because of travel, but you still should see the latest BSD Now; the CHERI system is interesting and underappreciated.
I’m preposting this, so hopefully it is still accurate: SEMIBUG has a menu of lightning talks tonight. It’s online.
The last link has some interesting applications to try.
This week’s BSD Now has a bunch of how-to-do-this links, as you might guess from the headline.
Some useful tips hidden in there this week.
This week’s BSD Now takes its title from one of the links talking about how cat(1) works, which reminds me of this article about how the very original implementation of grep was crazy fast.
The lead link in this week’s BSD Now is the sort of thing I like to link to: debugging Lisp in space. There’s more than that.