In Other BSDs for 2016/08/06

Slightly calmer this week.



In Other BSDs for 2016/07/30

I did all of this in a hour, because I had so many tabs saved from during the week.  Don’t get overwhelmed!

Bonus DragonFly items, sent by Rolinh on IRC:


In Other BSDs for 2016/07/02

Lots of user group items this week.



In Other BSDs for 2016/05/21

Summer convention season is coming; start scheduling!

In Other BSDs for 2016/04/30

I think I manage to link at least one story for every BSD type this week, or close to it.


In Other BSDs for 2016/04/16

This is one of those weeks where a bunch of release all tumble together by chance.

In Other BSDs for 2016/03/19

This time, this was all last-minute.


In Other BSDs for 2016/02/20

Keep an eye out for BSD user group meetings in your area – just because I didn’t note it doesn’t mean it isn’t happening.

In Other BSDs for 2015/12/26

There’s some DragonFly links I snuck in here because why not?

In Other BSDs for 2015/12/19

Yet another week that I started 2 weeks ago; this end-of-calendar-year is full of BSD goings-on.

In Other BSDs for 2015/11/28

I informally grouped by topic, cause it has proved an exceptionally rich week for BSD links.

In Other BSDs for 2015/11/07

Not even checking source commits this week; there’s already plenty of news.

In Other BSDs for 2015/08/01

It’s an unexpectedly diverse list this week.

In Other BSDs for 2015/06/27

More and more BSDCan videos keep showing up.  (See the bottoms of individual speaker pages on the BSDCan site.)  Here’s the PC-BSD summary.

In Other BSDs for 2015/05/16

This includes all the BSD material I didn’t have time to get posted last week.  I hope you have some time for reading today; there is a lot here.

In Other BSDs for 2015/04/18

I couldn’t help the commentary on some of these links.

In Other BSDs for 2015/03/21

Not done in a last-minute rush before the weekend, yay!  Done early cause I have to work over the weekend, boo!

pfSense class results

Hey, look what I have! There’s a pfSense pair of classes available to take. I went through them and found them worthwhile. pfSense is easy enough to use that a dedicated person can puzzle through most of the settings, eventually, but I don’t have “eventually”, and I want to encourage BSD products in my workplace… so here we are.


In Other BSDs for 2015/01/31

I’m not sure how I ended up with so much BSD material this week, but hey, we all benefit!

Your extended read: scaling linux-based router hardware recommendations, from the NANOG operators list.  Follow the thread.  It’s theoretically about Linux, but people name BSD solutions all through it.  Hmm…