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The FreeBSD Foundation is pleased to announce Ed Maste‘s new role as the Foundation’s part-time Director of Project Development. Ed has served on the Foundation’s board for two years, and has stepped down in order to accept this new position. In this position … Continue reading
FreeBSD developer Marshall McKusick has been speaking to iTWire. They talk about last year’s donations, newly hired staff and what else can be expected from the FreeBSD Foundation this year. The FreeBSD Foundation was so successful in raising funds last … Continue reading
Verisign has announced that they will be organising and hosting a new, biannual BSD Conference at the Hyatt in Dulles, Virginia (25-27 Oct 2013). The conference will include BSD speakers from across the globe, an expo area, and the BSDA certification … Continue reading
The FreeBSD Foundation has announced it will invest $1,000,000 this year to fund FreeBSD development and the promotion of it. FreeBSD is internationally recognized as an innovative leader in providing a high-performance, secure, and stable operating system. Our mission is … Continue reading
The FreeBSD Foundation has announced that Pawel Jakub Dawidek has been awarded a development grant to further improve the Capsicum framework. The grant is jointly funded by Google’s Open Source Programs Office. The project includes the integration of previous work, … Continue reading
BSDCan 2013 will take place from 15 – 18 May in Ottaway (Ca), and you may register now. EuroBSDCon 2013 will this year be held on the Island of Malta (26-29 September). The usual Call for Papers has gone out.
The FreeBSD Foundation annually (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012) asks the FreeBSD (developers) community for any project proposals that they’d like to work on, and, this is the interesting part, get funding for from the Foundation. The Foundation has invited the Community again … Continue reading
The FreeBSD Foundation announced in November 2012 that Aleksandr Rybalko had been awarded a grant to port FreeBSD to the Genesi Efika MX SmartBook laptop and SmartTop nettop devices. The Foundation updated its blog today to say the project is now completed. You’ve already seen or at least heard … Continue reading