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Category Archives: FreeBSD Foundation
The FreeBSD Foundation end-of-year fund raise drive message from the FreeBSD mailinglist: “Dear FreeBSD Community, First, we would like to thank everyone who has donated to the FreeBSD Foundation this year. We have raised $198,583 towards our 2008 goal of $300,000! … Continue reading
Richard Bejtlich has been using FreeBSD in production environments since early 2000, and he continues to rely on it at home and at work. Even though he can download the operating system for free, he still subscribes through FreeBSDMall.com to support … Continue reading
The FreeBSD Foundation November 2008 update: New Projects As most of you know, we put out a request for project proposals last July. We were pleasantly surprised when we received more proposals than we expected. Unfortunately, we couldn’t accept all of … Continue reading
Just to remind anybody interested in FreeBSD development, the FreeBSD Foundation is soliciting the submission of proposals for work relating to any of the major subsystems or infrastructure within the FreeBSD operating system. A budget of $80,000 was allocated for … Continue reading
From the July 2008 FreeBSD Foundation newsletter: Letter From the Vice President Fundraising Update Java 1.6 available for FreeBSD 7.0 and 6.3 NetApp Filer donation BSD Certification Project Accepting Project Proposals AsiaBSDCon 2008 BSDCan 2008 BSDCan Developer Summit 2008 Grant … Continue reading
The FreeBSD Foundation is a non-profit organisation dedicated to supporting the FreeBSD Project. This reasonably well-known foundation in the BSD world supports projects which further the development of the FreeBSD operating system (conferences, grants, hardware etc). Also NetBSD and OpenBSD … Continue reading
The following is taken from the FreeBSD Foundation update for April 2008: Java Update We are pleased to announce we have hired Kurt Miller to provide Java 1.6 binaries for FreeBSD 7. He has begun working full-time on this project. … Continue reading
The Q1/2008 FreeBSD Quarterly Status Report is now available. This report covers FreeBSD related projects between October and December 2007. AsiaBSDCon 2008 is approaching and will be held at the Tokyo University of Science in Tokyo, Japan on the 27th … Continue reading