Michael W. Lucas is reprising his MeetBSD keynote, “Why BSD?”, at the November SEMIBUG meeting, happening at the usual location, tonight. Go, if you are near.
Update: you can attend remotely!
Still lots of BSD stuff happening.
Aaaand I have a backlog again.
BSD Now 271 is up with no interview but a news summary, including EuroBSDCon and MeetBSD con reports, and an OpenBSD and Ansible item that should be interesting to most anyone, among other items.
Ensuring Perl’s Viability on FreeBSD: A NYCBUG-NY.PM Collaboration is the presentation at tomorrow’s NYCBUG meeting. Going by the details, it’s covering multiple BSDs. Go, if you are near – I wish I was.
Backlog finally cleared! You have a lot of clicking to do because of that.
This week’s BSDNow has a whole lot of release news – GhostBSD, OpenBSD, OpenSSH, plus plenty more. Make sure to check the Beastie Bits at the bottom of the page.
It’s a mad rush to get these all posted in time for the weekend.
BSDNow 269, along with convention reports and other items, covers something I never expected: System V daemons on BSD.
Well, I cleared my tab backlog, but not my RSS backlog…
This week’s BSDNow has a lot of “You will not regret knowing this” material – ZFS performance measurement, 2FA SSH, and using Netcat in various ways.
Here’s your reminder: MeetBSD is happening October 19-20 in Santa Clara, CA. That’s the end of this week. Go, if you are near.
Still playing catchup with links.
BSDNow 267 is posted a bit early this week, with an interview of Michael W. Lucas, about his upcoming Absolute FreeBSD 3rd edition and local BUG.
I’m posting a day early cause of time zone difference: there’s a meeting of the Polish BSD User Group tomorrow.
Still catching up on links.
BSDNow 266 is up, and while the title is “File Type History”, there’s a number of “this is how I use BSD” stories on there, which I always find interesting.