Will Backman has interviewed Michael Dexter and in this 23 minutes chat they talk about bhyve, a BSD hypervisor.
Below some miscelaneous links to FreeBSD related news and updates:
KDE/FreeBSD Bulletin with recent FreeBSD KDE ports related updates.
PC-BSD 20120605 Snapshot now available for testing. There’s also a BSD Talk interview (BSDTalk 2016) with Kris Moore, founder of the PC-BSD project, which was recorded during BSDCan 2012. Kris talks about the features going into PC-BSD 9.1.
FreeBSD, a world apart (translatedfrom Spanish with Google Translate) – interesting blog post with some FreeBSDD background information. I like the collection of open source logos.
Phipps has already been spearheading an OSI reform process, working with the rest of the board to open up the organisation. That process has led to the creation of Open Source Initiative affiliation, bringing the Apache Software Foundation, FreeBSD, Eclipse, Mozilla, Debian, and Creative Commons, along with other organisations, on board as affiliates.
There’s another BSDTalk interview available. This time with Deb Goodkin, director of operations for the FreeBSD Foundation.
The DVD contains:
- FreeBSD 8.2 and its ports collection
- NetBSD 5.1 and the latest version of pkgsrc
- OpenBSD 5.0 and its ports collection
- DragonFly BSD 2.10.1
- the qemu and aqemu virtual environments so you can install and network all 4 BSDs on one system
- all of the Handbooks, Guides, and FAQs for each of the BSDs
- all of the BSD Certification publications
There’s an interesting interview on BSDTalk with Jim Brown from bsdcertification.org. Jim and Will talk about the two available exams and the differences between them.
These are some quick links to upcoming and related FreeBSD related events, conferences and interview.
Central European BSD day: BSDDay EU 2011 (04-06-2011, Slovak University of Technology, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology).
2. EuroBSDCon 2011
3. BSD Day Argentina 2011
*BSD users in Argentina call to the community of free software, users, system administrators and developers of BSD systems for participation on the BSDday 2011. The subject of the event is BSD operating systems, BSD-licensed software, licensing issues, BSD philosophy and related topics.
4. BSDTalk 207 ArabBSD
5. FreeBSD on EC2
We chat with Colin Percival who has managed to put FreeBSD on EC2 and figured out a good way to have secure backups in the cloud.
There’s more he wanted to say in the interview: What I meant to say.