Totally last-minute summary, but I’m hitting every BSD category.
As the title says, you can register for BSDCan 2018 now.
(Not leaving this for the weekend BSD summary cause I need to remind myself to plan for travel if possible.)
Losing power at home this week put a dent in my reading throughput, so to speak, but this will do.
One of these links is a warning, but you won’t know until it’s too late.
The first news item about pfSense is not necessarily new, but new to me.
Sepherosa Ziehau presented on DragonFly’s network stack at the just-concluded AsiaBSDCon 2018. He posted a link to the badges, his paper, and his slides.
Very much last-minute; compiled 20 minutes before bed Friday night.
BSDNow 232 this week covers FOSDEM 2018, cause both hosts were there. There’s other news items, too.
Note the non-profit link; that may be useful to you.
I’m a bit late posting it, but: BSDNow 227 covers Open, Free, and Net this week.
Last of the year!
Don’t forget any end–of–year donations you want to make, either.
The Semibug Christmas dinner is tomorrow. They need reservations, so if you want to go and haven’t told anyone yet – hurry!
BSDNow 223 covers a wide range: debuggers, Rust, Docker, EuroBSDCon 2017, pine64, and some network tools for FreeBSD and OpenBSD.
Allan Jude went to Taiwan for BSDTW, so there’s a nice con report as part of this week’s BSDNow, along with the usual news summary.
A good variety this week.
This was an easy week for finding links.