I agree with Michael.
BSD Talk has uploaded an interview with Michael where they talk about his books.
The FreeBSD Core Team acts as the project’s “board of directors” and is responsible for approving new src committers, resolving disputes between developers, appointing members for sub-teams (security officer, release engineering, port managers, webmaster, etc …). The Core Team has been elected by FreeBSD developers every two years since 2000.
The FreeBSD Project is run by FreeBSD committers, or developers who have SVN/CVS commit access.
The bi-annual election period is now over and the new members (re-)elected:
Congratulations to all.
You can read more about the FreeBSD Core Team on wikipedia.
If you are aware of any other resources, please leave a comment.
U-Boot for Raspberry Pi is now working. This is a “fairly stable, flexible u-boot distribution suitable to be used as an environment for OS bring-up”.
So, current state of affairs is:
Next stage is to get FreeBSD working on Raspberry Pi.
David Chisnall looks at Capsicum, a new capability-oriented security model in FreeBSD 9, and how it can be used to implement reduced and separated privilege with small modifications to existing applications.
Read the article: Capsicum: Lightweight Isolation for FreeBSD Processes
Below we have some useful howto’s and tutorials collected over the last few weeks