A good variety this week.
This was an easy week for finding links.
This week’s BSDNow talks about the Krack Attack, new releases for a number of BSDs, recent conventions, and really just everything.
For once, I was able to work ahead and get this done early!
This week’s BSDNow has David Carlier of Afilias interviewed, plus a EuroBSDCon travel report and more.
All at the last minute, this.
BSDNow 213 talks about the just-finished EuroBSDCon, and vBSDCon and other things. The episode 213 web page links to Youtube videos of all the talks, so there’s your evening schedule, filled.
Thank goodness for overflow from last week, because I haven’t had time to read.
BSDNow episode 212 is out and I’m going to link it especially because I’ve been at work instead of posting like normal. Not surprisingly, it talks about the demise of Solaris and about vBSDCon and (links to videos from) BSDCan.
Not sure why, but there’s been a lot of BSD news the past few weeks. I am OK with that.
Late addition: NetBSD’s New York build cluster will be offline beginning Monday for about two weeks, which means no daily NetBSD or pkgsrc builds.
Francois Tigeot is going to be giving a talk about the DragonFly graphics stack at EuroBSDCon 2017. (14:00 September 21st in Paris) Registration is already closed because I didn’t realize how soon it was happening – sorry!
The new look on undeadly.org sure is nice.
A new episode of garbage has heaved forth, with an interview of Patrick Wildt from the recent Toronto hackathon.
This week’s BSDNow talks about the recent BSD convention in Cambridge (which I somehow did not know about until afterwards), plus lots of other talk, and a link to this entertaining terminal emulator.
Questions are this week’s accidental theme.
It’s accidental how-to week!
I’m late noting this week’s BSDNow – I’m also changing the capitalization, since BIND in this case is an acronym. No interview this week but discussion of various BSDCan 2017 reports.