Some interesting ‘how do you do this?’ sort of material this week.
Spooky Halloween BSD News! Well, not really.
It’s apparently release week?
I should have set this to post at 10:10AM GMT.
No theme, but lots to read.
Perhaps a performance tweaks mini-theme this week?
It’s a good mix this week.
Check the BSDCan videos this week; there’s more than a day’s worth of material right there.
Lots of old BSD this week.
This should be prime convention season, darnit.
I like having shorter link texts so they all line up, but sometimes it’s unavoidably descriptive.
Remember, BSDCan 2020 is still streaming if you read this early enough.
Something that makes me happy: Vermaden’s Valuable News and BSD Now have both been reliable as clockwork for a long time now.
Good mix of history and current BSDs this week.
Charlotte Koch sent me this link some time ago and I’ve been remiss in not posting it: DragonFly through QEMU, using NVMM, on NetBSD.
Last minute this week. Everyone is inside except me working two jobs again. Dumb, but I do enjoy the work.
rcorder-visualize.sh draws the dependencies for rc scripts using dot. Originally in NetBSD, then in FreeBSD, now in DragonFly.