Solene is publishing faster than I can link!
There’s BSD on Mars now, or that’s what the latest BSD Now tells me.
FreeBSD Office Hours are happening tonight, 18:00 UTC. Go, if you’re online.
Update: rescheduled to sometime in the future.
Literally tabs from my browser in order, here.
I’d hope that a name like dRAID meant it was a DragonFly system, but no, as this BSD Now episode mentions it as a ZFS technology. Plus the normal news and a tool called ‘just’. Unfortunately ju.st is taken.
ChiBUG’s having a virtual meeting tomorrow night. Register now, especially if you want to hear what Paul Vixie has to say. (You should)
Whoops – I managed to somehow not put the correct publish date on this when I started filling it out. Hopefully it reappears in people’s feeds again. especially cause I did some hardcore link/tab/RSS cleanouts this week.
This week’s BSD Now is almost all FreeBSD-related, with mention of something I haven’t investigated enough yet: helloSystem.
NYCBUG’s on Zoom, tonight at 18:45 eastern.
I’ll post reminders day-of for the BUG meetings.
This week’s BSD Now is a little sad about FreeBSD 13/i386 going to a less-supported platform, but there’s plenty of links to other stories.
There’s a lot to catch up on!
The menacing BSD Now for this week covers a bunch of stuff, not just post hoc arguments, but there’s a special request: old retail BSD software. If you have older commercial disks or images floating around, they want to know.
It’s been a quiet week, but at least we have the regular BSD Now episode to hear. They talk about Plan 9 this week, which I guess isn’t BSD but still entertains me.
Hardware-heavy this week, sorta.
With a title like this, it seems you must listen to the newest BSD Now. The title’s talking about pf-badhost. There’s more covered in the episode.
Michael Dexter will be giving a talk for NYCBUG’s February 3rd meeting (6:45 PM Eastern) titled “Fifteen Years and Fifteen Minutes: Applying Occam’s Razor to FreeBSD with OccamBSD“. If you want to attend – and you should – email for the Zoom link; the address to email is in the linked message.
(I managed to miss putting this in In Other BSDs Saturday, but that’s OK; you should go cause this is a topic that isn’t covered anywhere else.)
This week’s BSD Now is mostly OpenBSD news items – media work, password keepers, and so on.