Happy 2013 and miscelaneous news

Happy 2013 to all regular readers and the occasional visitor. It’s been a while since this site was updated, but this was due to work and holidays.

Hopefully we’ll see FreeBSD 10 released this year and the use of FreeBSD increased.

Followers of the FreeBSD Central Google+ page will have had regular updates over the last few weeks. Please subscribe to that page and stay even more up-to-date with all that’s happening the FreeBSD Community.

In case you missed it, there have been some releases and the FreeBSD Foundation successfully completed its fund raising drive.

  • FreeBSD releases 9.1 and blows through fundraising target [The H]
  • FreeBSD 9.1-RELEASE Announcement [FreeBSD]
  • The PC-BSD Team announces the availablilty of PC-BSD 9.1 [PC-BSD Blog]
  • EuroBSDCon 2012 presentations available online [Youtube]
  •  FreeBSD 9.1-RELEASE now available on all VPS and Dedicated Server packages [RootBSD]

FreeBSD news wrap up (10 December)

This is a selection of short but news worthy selection of links:

  • Faces of FreeBSD – Alberto Mijares. The FreeBSD Foundation has started a series featuring FreeBSD developers. Alberto Mijares is the first.
  • FreeBSD 9.1 ports freeze is over.

 

FreeBSD 9 Flyer (by the FreeBSD Foundation)

The FreeBSD Foundation has uploaded a 3 fold flyer featuring the points where FreeBSD excels

  • FreeBSD 9 – Powerful and Highly Available Storage
  • FreeBSD 9 – Ready for Networking Challenges
  • FreeBSD 9 – Security Innovation Continues
  • FreeBSD 9 – Packed with Features for Every Need

You can download the flyer here. Fee free to share online and spread offline.

FreeBSD Foundation’s Year-End Fundraising Campaign!

The FreeBSD Foundation has announced their end of year fundraising campaign.

So far, the Foundation has raised $256,532 of their $500,000 goal for 2012. Raised funds are used to sponsor projects which add features to the operating system, fund developers to attend DevSummits and conferences, and keep the FreeBSD hardware and web infrastructure going.

If you appreciate the work FreeBSD developers and the FreeBSD Foundation are doing, why not consider making a donation?

FreeBSD Foundation End of Year fundraising campaign. (via)