In Other BSDs for 2018/06/23

Lots of announcements, lots of reading.  Note the first item listed is happening today.

In Other BSDs for 2018/06/16

Lots of different items, probably because of BSDCan.

In Other BSDs for 2018/06/09

BSDCan is running this weekend.  There is, depending on what time you are reading this, a livestream.

In Other BSDs for 2017/06/02

One of these links will be very useful to someone.

In Other BSDs for 2018/05/26

I have the normal list of links, but here’s a feature.  At first glance, this looks like Netgate, the commercial entity behind pfsense, is not using FreeBSD for their new product.  However, Jim Thompson of Netgate steps up and give a full-on explanation, and points out there’s already code out there to do this – it needs contributors.

In Other BSDs for 2018/05/19

Note the eleventy-jillion hackathon reports.

Your thinkpiece for the week: The cultural shift from not selling out to blowing up.  There’s a BSD analogy possible there.

In Other BSDs for 2018/05/12

This came together very nicely.

In Other BSDs for 2018/05/05

BUGs BUGs BUGs!

In Other BSDs for 2018/04/28

Some nice tech explanations this week.

In Other BSDs for 2018/04/21

Opinion time: The Reddit / Hacker News forums have reached the anything/everything point where there’s no longer a focus.  Lobste.rs is worth visiting, though, for BSD content and in general.

In Other BSDs for 2018/04/14

Totally last-minute summary, but I’m hitting every BSD category.

In Other BSDs for 2018/04/07

Losing power at home this week put a dent in my reading throughput, so to speak, but this will do.

 

In Other BSDs for 2018/03/31

Happy Almost Fool’s Easter Day!  I have to be at work in a few hours, at 3 AM, so this is all I was able to find in the time I have.

In Other BSDs for 2018/03/17

The first news item about pfSense is not necessarily new, but new to me.

In Other BSDs for 2018/03/10

It’s a week for good quotes to pull from linked stories.

In Other BSDs for 2018/03/03

The first link about TorBSD is important: many of the major security issues in computing trace back to having only one vendor or product or whatever, used by everyone.

In Other BSDs for 2018/02/24

Another across-the-BSDs week.