Next in our series of g2k16 hackathon reports is Ted Unangst, who writes:
This was my second trip to Cambridge, after a whirlwind tour during a
EuroBSDCon past. Very happy to return. There’s some really old stuff
NYCBUG is meeting tomorrow night, with George Neville-Neil presenting DTrace work used as college-level teaching material, and talking about more places it could be used. Go if you are near New York City, interested in teaching, or you know – BSD. It’s in a different location than the normal monthly meetings.
Releases: DesktopBSD, HardenedBSD, OPNsense, GhostBSD, OpenBSD
Other news: OpenBSD, BSDnow, ZFS, Let’s Encrypt, g2k16, DragonFlyBSD,
We are pleased to announce that DesktopBSD-2.0 Gnome test version is available, more flavours will come soon.
Based on FreeBSD-10.3 amd64, mainly because UEFI is supported by FreeBSD only