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There’s another BSDTalk interview available. This time with Deb Goodkin, director of operations for the FreeBSD Foundation. bsdtalk211 – The FreeBSD Foundation with Deb Goodkin (MP3 | OGG)
Alan, Chris and Bryan talk about FreeBSD 9.0 on the Linux Action Show. In my opinion, the hosts could be more focused, serious and professional, instead of joking around continually. Anyway, this is the link: FreeBSD 9.0 Review. If you’re interested … Continue reading
The FreeBSD Foundation has released a FreeBSD 9.0 press release: Release of FreeBSD 9.0 Delivers More Power to Serve. Today, the FreeBSD Foundation announced the recent release of FreeBSD 9.0. FreeBSD 9.0-RELEASE raises the bar for open source operating systems in … Continue reading
The FreeBSD Quarterly Status Report for FreeBSD project work taken place between October – December 2011 is now available. There are 32 items in this update: Projects Auditdistd Project BSD-Licensed C++ Stack pfSense User-land Programs Replacing the Regular Expression Code System Configuration Utilities FreeBSD Team … Continue reading
The Winter/Spring 2012 Edition of the BSDA Study DVD is now available from the BSD Certification website, as announced here. The DVD contains: FreeBSD 8.2 and its ports collection NetBSD 5.1 and the latest version of pkgsrc OpenBSD 5.0 and … Continue reading
A new year, a new series of FreeBSD Conferences. Mark them in your diaries if you’re planning to go. SCALE 2012 iXsystem, FreeNAS, PC-BSD and the FreeBSD Foundation will be represented at SCALE Linux Expo 2012. The Southern California Linux … Continue reading
The FreeBSD Foundation has announced it will be funding two new projects: 1. Performance analysis of FreeBSD’s IPv6 stack by Bjoern Zeeb The project will carry out a detailed performance analysis starting with benchmarking IPv6 to IPv4 to get up-to-date numbers … Continue reading