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This is a selection of short but news worthy selection of links: A FreeBSD load balancing expert is needed (elance) Will the FreeBSD Foundation hit its 500k funding goal? Faces of FreeBSD – Alberto Mijares. The FreeBSD Foundation has started … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
After I put up a post linking FreeBSD related Google Plus pages, Google announced Google Plus Communities. As far as I’m aware there are already two FreeBSD related Communities. FreeBSD Central (link) FreeNAS (link) Feel free to join, and if you’re aware … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
Colin Percival who made FreeBSD to work on Amazon’s EC2 (via) was interviewed during Amazon AWS re:Invent.
Long overdue update on how the things are going with FreeBSD on Raspberry Pi. http://kernelnomicon.org/?p=185
It seems that FreeBSD 9.1-RELEASE is not far away now? https://plus.google.com/u/0/105669055705467236336/posts/SMcf4PGWCKf
The BHyVe “BSD HyperVisor” developers Neel Natu and Peter Grehan have been hard at work preparing the project for merger into the main FreeBSD 10-CURRENT source tree and the result is a remarkably-usable system. These instructions will show you how … Continue reading