This Month in BSD - April
by Sam Smith
This Month in BSD.
Sam Smith <email@example.com>
Another "this month in BSD" - The first to be an O'Reilly blog (Hi!). Previous roundups are
available. It's been a relatively quiet month in BSD land; except for OpenBSDville which has had one of its busiest periods in the last year.
"On (Design) Bullshit"
Why smart people defend bad ideas
Does your business use BSD?
Three little words: "Tell your friends"
Location and Geography at Where 2.0
Explaining RAID using water coolers.
(lots this month)
The big infrastructure behind kernel.org
If you could teach the world just one th
Deconstructing Maui X-Stream - "The Liars And Frauds Be
BSDcertfication.com opens its first beta exam
Massive Data Aggregation with Perl (article)
"Build what you want using BBC content" (formal launch at Open Tech 2005)
Feeds and APIs list
What others have built.
nat on How To Roll Out An Open API
"Remix the Beeb"
Books from O'Reilly
(an expensive month)
The Art of Project Management
Classic Shell Scripting
SSH, The Secure Shell: The Definitive Guide, Second Edition
Dell - "Software Support or Extortion"
Unwanted, mandatory support &
; "reporting" software
To uninstall the support softwar
e, pay $50. Their instructions lie.
EuroBSDCon 2005 - Nov 25-27, Switzerland. CFP now out.
Open Tech 2005 - July 23rd, London. "An informal, low cost, one-day conference about
technologies that anyone can have a go at".
Tiger - a month on
The image Apple uses for their DopplerView widget: A storm ov
er Microsoft HQ
Summary of the OpenBSD Hackathon
(by Jeremy at Kerneltrap)
A new song
The project funds development and releases by selling CDs and T-shirts
Interview with OpenBSD Developers
Happy Birthday Theo
(Very cool; fully fledged OpenBSD, built natively)
OpenBSD Hackathon - more details
"saving the world through disruptive proactivity"
Announcement and downloading
Lifetime of FreeBSD Branches (explanation and discussion)
HyperThreading Considered Harmful
GCC3 and 4 news
tying together monolithic kernels vs. microkernels and h
ow they relate to DragonFly
Kernel interfacing library layer
Please feel free to add important stuff I missed below: