In Other BSDs for 2019/07/13

Done early, for once!  I managed to complete this by Thursday night.

In Other BSDs for 2019/06/22

Done at the last minute!

In Other BSDs for 2019/06/01

I have an inexplicably short BSD section this week.  Post-BSDCan fatigue?  I don’t know, but I have lots on the docket for tomorrow, I promise.

 

 

 

In Other BSDs for 2019/05/11

The last weather station link is a real gem.

In Other BSDs for 2019/02/23

Built entirely from open tabs.

In Other BSDs for 2019/01/05

I like when I can get Net, Free, and Open items all in the same week.

In Other BSDs for 2018/10/13

Still playing catchup with links.

 

In Other BSDs for 2018/10/06

Still catching up on links.

In Other BSDs for 2018/08/18

Overflow from two weeks running, cause of travel.

In Other BSDs for 2018/08/11

Overflow that I couldn’t catch up to before last weekend’s In Other BSD’s posting time.  I try to always have these by 9 AM Eastern time Saturday.  (Same for Lazy Reading on Sunday)  I mentally imagine everyone sitting down with a drink and nothing else to do but click links, those mornings.  At least, I hope that’s what it is.

In Other BSDs for 2018/07/28

A lot of this was early overflow posted ahead; I’ve been on the road.

In Other BSDs for 2018/07/14

Some overflow, and thank goodness cause I don’t have a day without work this week.

In Other BSDs for 2018/07/07

Lots of NetBSD links this week relative to usual.

Update: how did I miss this?  PkgSrcCon 2018 is happening now in Berlin, and there’s a livestream.  (via)

In Other BSDs for 2018/02/10

Very much last-minute; compiled 20 minutes before bed Friday night.

 

In Other BSDs for 2018/01/20

Done well ahead of time.

 

In Other BSDs for 2018/01/13

A full slate of BSDs this week.

In Other BSDs for 2017/09/23

Thank goodness for overflow from last week, because I haven’t had time to read.

In Other BSDs for 2017/09/09

Already overflowed to next week.

 

New system: Ravenports

John Marino has assembled a new packaging and building system.  It’s called Ravenports, and he wrote a short intro, and has a filled-out site to go look at.

This is big news, in part because he knows what he’s doing (John worked on dports and created synth) and because it’s cross-platform.  The prior work on synth is part of the reason DragonFly works so well under pressure – the “build everything as fast as possible as complete as possible” strategy makes a great stress test.

There’s no need to change software management strategies yet.  It can be used at the same time as dports, so it doesn’t necessarily change anything for the next DragonFly release.

In Other BSDs for 2017/09/02

Lots of links this week – so many I’ve already started next week’s post.