I have more links than I expected.
I am confused because it seems like we had two BSD Now episodes in a week, but I am not complaining. Episode 298 is up (show notes) and has a goat.
If you didn’t see the email: here’s details on how BSDCan 2019 is starting up, this weekend. Go, even if you aren’t near.
Update: corrected registration details.
It’s on the RSS feed but not in the normal place, and it’s early, so I bet this week’s BSD Now is put together early because of travel. I’m linking to it early for similar reasons.
ChiBUG is meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, at Giordano’s at 6. Go, if you are near, and ask joshua stein about his astonishing hardware hacks.
The last weather station link is a real gem.
This week’s BSD Now covers (ecumenically) OpenBSD’s release, NetBSD 9, the FreeBSD jails book, and so on. Check the show notes for details.
I’m still not making through all the stuff I need to link to, but this is enough to keep you busy for today.
The May NYCBUG meeting is tomorrow night, at 6:30 PM at Suspenders. The presentation is “Lookup Data Structures in the FreeBSD Kernel“. Go, if you are near.
Tonight’s KnoxBUG meeting is canceled at the last minute due to a family emergency. Don’t go, if you are near.
I have cleared out my backlog of general BSD stuff but am still a month behind on DragonFly news, which is the opposite of usual.
Michael W. Lucas is meeting one of his book sponsors tonight at the New Parthenon in Greektown – that’s in Detroit – and issued a general call for a get-together. If you attend SEMIBUG meetings, you’re probably close enough, but you don’t have to be an attendee to show up and have a good time.
This week’s BSD Now has traditional conversations: OpenBSD as a network device, NetBSD on different hardware, and something about ZFS encryption coming to FreeBSD after Linux. The show notes have details.
See the page for details, and go if you are near. I’m saying “coming up” because there’s a big time zone difference between here and there.
Nicely mixed topics this week.
BSD Now 294 is up, with (among other things) a link to the well-named Endlessh.
Straight open tab dump, again!
A late update: BSDCan 2019 registration, plus an update.
BSD Now 293 has an interview with Michael W. Lucas on his newest book in the BSD Mastery series: BSD Mastery: Jails. It’s available to purchase now.
Lots of BUG news this week; thank you all for the leads on groups to watch.
BSD Now 292 has a nice recap from attending AsiaBSDCon 2019, along with the normal news roundup. I advise everyone to go to a BSD convention if possible; they are always fun.