“BSD” is in almost every line as a title. Maybe not a surprise, but visually noticeable.
I can’t help but think of this as the 1# episode of BSD Now; tell me if you get why. Anyway, there’s lots of OpenBSD in this week’s BSD Now.
My BSD RSS feeds are overflowing.
This week’s BSD Now, which I almost missed, covered one of the rarely-mentioned BSD Variants, TwinCat.
This week’s BSD Now starts off talking about recently-deceased and somewhat legendary Bill Jolitz. He is to me the source of the term “flat food person“.
RSVP if you are near Chicago and can go.
A bunch of releases this week.
It’s almost all ZFS tidbits this week for BSD Now.
I’m on at SEMIBUG’s meeting right now.
I hope to have a recording to post later. Nnnnope! A lesson for you and me both; test recording before an actual event starts.
I’m talking about DragonFly at SEMIBUG’s online meeting (using Jitsi) tomorrow.
UPDATE: https://meet.jit.si/SEMI-BUGDragonFlyBSD is the Jitsi link. It’ll be 7 PM Eastern time.
Note the upcoming presentations…
This week’s BSD Now, which I remembered to link to on time, is about Unix tools as a concept.
Last news item is the saddest.
Mini-ZFS theme this week.
Note the new-to-me book news in there.
Episode 447, “Path to BSD” is up now, as is 446, “Debugging ioctl problems“. 446 was up last week but I missed my change to link to it. Check the Tadpole link if you have not; those are a weird chunk of history.
You will notice some clustering of links; my list filled up fast.
ChiBUG’s monthly (rescheduled) meeting is tonight. RSVP if you can attend, to make sure the restaurant has the seating.