For once I started on these early in the week.
BSD Now covers this week’s OpenBSD release, along with other topics. I’ll point out the “FreeNAS Spare Parts Build” since everyone does that sooner or later.
This week’s BSD Now is about half an hour of mostly FreeBSD items, though there is one feedback link of interest to any newer Lenovo laptop users.
Good mix of history and current BSDs this week.
This week’s BSD Now is all FreeBSD and NetBSD news items – go read/listen; I have no special items to pick out but it’s all enjoyable.
This week’s BSD Now has the normal links, but also shows off a “Open Source Retail Box Collection”, which is always fun to see – open source that reaches the shelf. Also: install stories!
BSD Now 347 is up with the usual mix of articles, with the highlight for me being “Making Unix a little more Plan9-like”. However, there’s also the news that BSD Now is breaking out on their own, away from Jupiter Broadcasting, which is exciting news! Make sure you are looking at the correct RSS feed to catch their move.
Accidental theme of video links, which I would not have expected for a BSD summary.
BSD 346 is out and has some interesting Unix history bits in amongst the other news.
I’m posting now because it’s happening Wednesday and waiting for In Other BSDs on Saturday will be too late: the next FreeBSD Office Hours (livestream with Q&A) is happening on the 16th.
BUG meetings are canceled, but this can’t be surprising at this point.
BSD Now 345 has the usual batch of recent stories to cover, plus a treat – a number of community feedback items on switching to BSD.
Last minute this week. Everyone is inside except me working two jobs again. Dumb, but I do enjoy the work.
Everything else is topsy-turvy, but BSD Now is a constant: it’s out like usual this week. There’s a feature about text processing, a subject I inexplicably enjoy, and a lot of things that start with Z.
Aaron LI managed to graft FreeBSD code history onto the DragonFly BSD git repository, and he’s documented how he did it. So, you can follow DragonFly code all the way back to 2003, and then FreeBSD code all the way back to… I’m not sure how far back it goes, but it’s in his merged copy.
I have multiple BSD based systems to update, reboot, and hopefully not physically visit in the next week or so.
BSD Now 343 is quite topical this week: viruses and VPNs. Release information, etc., too.