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Category Archives: BSD Talk
There’s a new interview on BSDTalk . This one is with a few of the FreeBSD Core Team members: Warner Losh, George V. Neville-Neil, Murray Stokely, Hiroki Sato, Robert Watson, Brooks Davis, and Philip Paeps. The interview was recorded at … Continue reading
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This is an interview with Jeremy White, Founder of CodeWeavers. The subject of the talk is the recent availability of an experimental build of Crossover Games for BSD.
Will Backman did an interview with James Cornell. They talked about their favourite BSD web sites and about shopping for BSD. Thanks for those who recommended this blog in the comments on the BSDTalk page. This reminds me, I should … Continue reading
This is a podcast from BSD Talk with Deborah Norling on her use of BSD on old hardware and accessibility on the BSDs. This interview is quite different from the normal technicals talks. Listen to the podcast: MP3 | OGG
Will Backman from BSDTalk has uploaded an interview with Ken Smith (podcast), lead release engineer for FreeBSD. This interview is about the release of FreeBSD 7, performance tweaking, the release process, the features that made it in 7.0 and which … Continue reading
Will Backman from BSDTalk has interviewed Kris Moore, PC-BSD founder, on the latest version of PBI (PC-BSD Push Button Installer). Listen to the interview here.