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iXsystems, Inc. announced on 23/04/2008 a partnership with NetCraft Communications. The agreement will make NetCraft’s Versiera Remote System Management and Monitoring Software available on PC-BSD. PC-BSD is a fully functional open source desktop operating system based on FreeBSD 6.3-STABLE. Versiera … Continue reading
The subject sounds more exciting than it is ;-) Google has selected 21 FreeBSD related projects for the annual Google Summer of Code (Soc). It would have been nice if Google had selected 21 PC-BSD projects, but, hey, who knows … Continue reading
The Google Summer of Code organisers have tentatively allocated 20 students this year to work on FreeBSD. The winning students will be announced on Monday April 21, 2008. Check out my blog on Monday for the latest updates!!! Links:FreeBSD GSoC … Continue reading
The FreeBSD Project was again accepted as a mentoring organisation into the Google Summer of Code. The Project is now looking for potential students, mentors and projects. If you have an idea for a potential FreeBSD related summer of code … Continue reading
Another milestone! As of today there are 227 RSS subscribers to my blog. Thank you, guys (and girls), for all your interest and the feedback I’ve been getting so far. If there’s anything that you want me to change or … Continue reading
Thank you to those guys who have been promoting my blog recently: Dru Lavigne, Oliver Herold, Justin Sherrill and Steven Rosenburg. It was especially kind of Justin Sherrill from the DragonFlyBSD team to refer to my site since I don’t … Continue reading