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George Neville-Neil has written the lead article for the January 2010 issue of the Open Source Business Resource (OSBR) and the FreeBSD Foundation is the sponsor for this month’s issue. The entire issue is available as a PDF and George’s … Continue reading
Remember that we linked to a post called “Why BSDs got no love” by Jack Wallen on TechRepublic? That article has provoked a lot of comments and feedback. If you’re interested in reading them, check the comments on Jack’s blog … Continue reading
I wish you all, regular readers and visitors of this website, a happy and prosperous 2010. Hopefully, we will be seeing a stronger and bigger open source software c0mmunity in general this year and an increase in the use and … Continue reading
The FreeBSD Foundation has not reached its fund raising goal for 2009 yet ($46,000 short of their $300,000 goal). The Foundation is hoping to to double spending on development in 2010 and needs our help: Why make a donation? Right … Continue reading
Zhang Huangbin and shake.chen contacted me to say that iRedMail is now also available for FreeBSD (working on Linux already) iredmail is a mail server solution supporting FreeBSD 7.x/8.x, support both i386 and x86_64. a shell script set, used to … Continue reading
Justin Sherill mentions on the DragonFlyBSD Digest that was contacted by a recruiter to see if he knew anybody who might be interested in a BSD hacker job: My client right now is an established proprietary trading firm. That means … Continue reading
People who collect ISO images from more than just the FreeBSD Project have been mentioning it would be nice if “FreeBSD” was part of the filenames for a while now. Ken Smith has committed a change that will add “FreeBSD-” … Continue reading
Deb Goodkin announced the publication of the annual FreeBSD Foundation’s End-of-Year Newsletter (2009). Table of contents: Letter From the President End-of-Year Fundraising Update New Console Driver Flattened Device Tree Project Improvements to the FreeBSD TCP Stack Highly Available Storage Project … Continue reading