Totally last-minute summary, but I’m hitting every BSD category.
I haven’t been able to say this in a while, but: I like cross-pollination.
Losing power at home this week put a dent in my reading throughput, so to speak, but this will do.
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.
One of these links is a warning, but you won’t know until it’s too late.
The first news item about pfSense is not necessarily new, but new to me.
It’s a week for good quotes to pull from linked stories.
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.
Another across-the-BSDs week.
Reached overflow again! That secretly makes me happy.
Very much last-minute; compiled 20 minutes before bed Friday night.
Done last minute on Friday, mostly.
A full slate of BSDs this week.
Note the non-profit link; that may be useful to you.
I’m a bit late posting this, since I’ve been on the road, but: BSDNow 226 is up, diving into recent FreeBSD status and Foundation reports, OpenBSD work, and other details.
BSDNow 223 covers a wide range: debuggers, Rust, Docker, EuroBSDCon 2017, pine64, and some network tools for FreeBSD and OpenBSD.