DragonFlyBSD Digest

In Other BSDs for 2015/10/24

There’s a lot of developer interviews lately. DragonFly BSD + FreeBSD  (via) truenas Hubert Feyrer has a roundup of the recent NetBSD interviews. OpenBSD 5.8 is released. OpenBSD turns 20. OpenBSD developers: Dmitrij D. Czarkoff  (via) OpenBSD developers: Vadim Zhukov  (via) OpenBSD developers: Marc Espie  (via) OpenBSD developers: Bryan Steele  (via) OpenBSD developers: Ingo Schwarze  (via) […]

Lazy Reading for 2015/10/18

Accidental topic this week: very, very old computers. Computer Show.  Modern show, looks like it’s exactly from the mid 1980s. (via multiple places) Computing Britain.  From the BBC, freely downloadable computing history audiofiles, quite worth it.  (via) Phones for the People.  I don’t think it’s as egalitarian as it is described, but it is interesting […]

In Other BSDs for 2015/10/17

Another good week for BSD releases and events. Why do you love FreeBSD? Announcing FreeNAS-10 ALPHA tame(2) is now pledge(2), and Call for testing: pledge(2) in -current The OpenSMTPD audit, a debrief OPNsense 15.7.16 Released EuroBSDcon-2015 Recap NetBSD-7.0 developer interviews: Pierre Pronchery, Antti Kantee, Christos Zoulas, Mateusz Kocielski Tom’s Hardware Reviews the FreeNAS Mini Call for testing: FreeBSD i915 […]

Lazy Reading for 2015/10/11

You will probably be able to guess some of my thinking processes this week based on these links. “If you work for Facebook, quit.“ Related: Facebook “Shadow Profiles”.  A DragonFlyBSD “fan group” spontaneously appeared on Facebook at one point, but didn’t actually exist – they auto-create Facebook pages for other people’s work, but don’t make […]

Lazy Reading for 2015/10/04

Completely unrelated: I rebuilt a baking (Hoosier) cabinet over the past few months, and I’m quite happy with how it turned out. The $9 computer is shipping today.  Well, some days ago by when you read this.  (via) What Happens Next Will Amaze You.  Maciej Ceglowski’s talks are always excellent.  (via) Vim Creep.  (via) Hacking Graphing Calculators. […]