Straight open tab dump, again!
A late update: BSDCan 2019 registration, plus an update.
BSD Now 292 has a nice recap from attending AsiaBSDCon 2019, along with the normal news roundup. I advise everyone to go to a BSD convention if possible; they are always fun.
Heading towards spring, and I have weekend work, so pasting in everything I’ve got handy:
A reminder: If you are near Japan, AsiaBSDCon 2019 is on March 21-24, in Tokyo. Go if you are near.
If these aren’t enough links, some of them are links to more links.
Built entirely from open tabs.
This is all backlogged links; I have even more tabs open.
As I had hoped, BSD Now was at FOSDEM 2019 and they provide a recap, along with links to some BSD events there, and of course other news.
The hosts of BSD Now are off to FOSDEM 2019, but they stayed on schedule by recording an interview with Niclas Zeising of the FreeBSD graphics team, available now. He’s speaking at FOSDEM, too, along with a bunch of other BSD Devroom stuff.
There’s some convention stuff scattered in here; we’re heading towards the active season…
Overflow from the past two weeks. I’ll have my email and tab backlog cleared next week.
I like when I can get Net, Free, and Open items all in the same week.
The 35th Chaos Communication Congress starts today. (I linked to the multi-day schedule.) It’s one of the few places you can see hacking, from the ground up. So, even if you aren’t near it, you can still see it, live.
If you are going to MeatBSD, the reservations have to be in by Saturday. (Which is why I am posting it now instead of on Saturday for In Other BSDs.)
NYCBUG’s holiday party is tomorrow at Suspenders. Go, if you are near New York City, and talk about what you’d like to see in a presentation. Chances are good someone there is familiar with the topic.
Michael W. Lucas is reprising his MeetBSD keynote, “Why BSD?”, at the November SEMIBUG meeting, happening at the usual location, tonight. Go, if you are near.
Update: you can attend remotely!
Still lots of BSD stuff happening.
BSD Now 271 is up with no interview but a news summary, including EuroBSDCon and MeetBSD con reports, and an OpenBSD and Ansible item that should be interesting to most anyone, among other items.
Backlog finally cleared! You have a lot of clicking to do because of that.