This was an easy week for finding links.
NYCBUG doesn’t have a technical presentation scheduled for November, they are having an untechnical social meeting at Suspenders, tonight. Go, if you are near NYC.
Tonight, KnoxBUG has Ken Moore presenting on Lumina, at iX Systems. Go, if you are near Tennessee. (It’s a day early because of Halloween.)
Michael W. Lucas is talking tonight at SemiBUG’s monthly meeting, and will be presenting on Tarsnap. Go, if you are near Michigan.
All at the last minute, this.
Here’s your heads-up: NYCBUG is having an TOR installation party tomorrow. Go, if you are near.
If you are near Knoxville, Tennessee, PacBSD developer Adam Jimerson is presenting on package manager porting to the KnoxBUG user group tomorrow night.
Thank goodness for overflow from last week, because I haven’t had time to read.
Brandon Werner, will be talking at the SEMIBUG meeting tomorrow night at 7 PM. He programs for a living and is blind, so it should be interesting even just to see his preferred tools.
(Mentioned previously for In Other BSDs but I want to make sure people catch this.)
The new look on undeadly.org sure is nice.
I was reminded of this thanks to the Google Calendar entry: SemiBUG is having their monthly meeting tomorrow night (the 22nd, in case that’s tonight by the time you read this), and it’s one of my favorite formats – a series of lightning talks with 2 slides, 5 minutes.
It’s accidental how-to week!
Tomorrow night, KnoxBUG’s monthly meeting has Sam Fourman of iXSystems talking about FreeNAS. Show up if you’re near!
A good chunk of this is overflow from last week.
There’s been enough this week I’ve already started next week’s BSD entry.
The next NYCBUG meeting is May 3rd, in about 48 hours. Rob Seward will be presenting on random number generators. The same announcement for this meeting also notes the upcoming pkgsrcCon, BSDCan, and EuroBSDCon.
It’s long article title week!
If you are nearby, KnoxBUG is having a presentation from Caleb Cooper tomorrow night, titled “Advanced BASH Scripting“.
I like it just for the title: Josh Grosse is presenting about IPv6 at the SemiBUG meeting scheduled for tomorrow. Go, if you are near.
It’s happening tomorrow night at the NYCBUG meeting: a yes.c code reading. (more details) Go, if you are close.