Lots of analog this week.
HardenedBSD 2021 “State of the Hardened Union”, presented by Shawn Webb, happening at NYCBUG at 6:45 tonight. See the announcement for how to get the invite.
FreeBSD Office Hours are happening tonight, 18:00 UTC. Go, if you’re online.
Update: rescheduled to sometime in the future.
ChiBUG’s having a virtual meeting tomorrow night. Register now, especially if you want to hear what Paul Vixie has to say. (You should)
NYCBUG’s on Zoom, tonight at 18:45 eastern.
It’s online, so everyone can go to “Chatting About TLS and Orcs, by Michael W. Lucas“, tomorrow night. I’m putting this reminder the day before because you have to mail firstname.lastname@example.org to get the Zoom invite.
This week’s BSD Now is a special treat: an interview with author Michael W. Lucas, author of a bunch of BSD and non-BSD books. If you’re looking for presents, he’s selling extra books originally intended for convention sales…
Virtual BUG meetings could be fun (see links); I’d like to attend even if it’s not local. If I can put aside time…
It’s apparently release week?
No theme, but lots to read.
Straight dump of my BSD RSS feed.
Michael W. Lucas is doing a talk on Introductory Jails as part of FreeBSD Friday – mentioning it now instead of saving for In Other BSDs, cause Friday is tomorrow.
Check the BSDCan videos this week; there’s more than a day’s worth of material right there.
This should be prime convention season, darnit.
Remember, BSDCan 2020 is still streaming if you read this early enough.
BSDCan 2020 is being streamed right now and tomorrow, with all talks available.
Accidental theme of video links, which I would not have expected for a BSD summary.
I’m posting now because it’s happening Wednesday and waiting for In Other BSDs on Saturday will be too late: the next FreeBSD Office Hours (livestream with Q&A) is happening on the 16th.
BUG meetings are canceled, but this can’t be surprising at this point.