The 200th (yay!) episode of BSDTalk has 14 minutes of conversation with Kjell Wooding, talking about mg, a sort of teeny emacs included with OpenBSD.
If you run any flavor of BSD, you should make sure your ftpd is off, as Mathias Schmidt points out based on this recent security advisory.
I’m going. Venkatesh Srinivas is going. Who else is interested? (See the site.)
The almost-to-200 expisode of BSDTalk has 14 minutes of conversation with John Hixson about PC-Sysinstall and what it could replace.
Hasso Tepper posted a link to something I had only heard about when it didn’t exist in physical form: the Open Graphics Device v1. It’s possible to get one if you’re going to write support for it.
BSDTalk 198 has 12 minutes of conversation with Matt Olander and James T. Nixon, about MeetBSD. (which is November 5th and 6th.)
BSDTalk has another new episode, (197… almost at the 2-century mark!), and it has 37 minutes of conversation with M. Warner Losh about FreeNAS.
The BSD Show! (am I supposed to include that ! every time? I’m not sure.) has a 10-minute interview with Caryn Holt of MidnightBSD. Also, the B-side of the interview is up.
It’s another BSD audio recording! Our cup runneth over, as long as you have a cup that holds audio recordings. BSDTalk 196 has Mark Saad and George Neville-Neil, talking for 10 minutes about NYCBSDCon 2010.
After the BSD Show episode with me talking about DragonFly finished, we continued joking around for a good while; Gamaral of the BSD Show! has edited that together into a “B-side“. Enjoy! By this point, I was relaxed, so I sound better.
Dru Lavigne has an interview in Distrowatch. Some of it is generic “talk about BSD licensing and etc. only in relation to Linux” style questions, but her answers are well thought-out. (via)
I’m on the latest BSD Show! podcast. I haven’t listened to it yet – hope I came through OK.
The September issue of BSD Magazine is about BSD and Linux. It’s a free download!
The September issue of the Open Source Business Resource is out, with the theme of “Keystone companies”. “Platform base development” may be a clearer if less exact phrase.
I missed this before, but Gerard van Essen linked to it: there’s a BSD Show! episode from 2010-06-22 with James T. Nixon from PC-BSD, in addition to the other episodes I linked recently.
(I was recorded for the show tonight – it was fun!)
The Professional Certification requirements are now published. (via) The tests happen at various conventions around the world, so plan ahead and you should be able to find one near you.
The BSD Show!, the show I didn’t know was there, already has more 20 minutes more of content; an interview with Adam Hamsik about NetBSD.
They’re looking for more guests, too…
There’s a podcast titled “The BSD Show!”, which I didn’t know. What’s more, it has 15 minutes of Warner Losh speaking about FreeNAS. That’s the 4th broadcast so far. (via)
(added it to the links, too)