Finally, a much more eventful week. I already noted LibreSSL’s release.
This week seems relatively quiet; possibly because school is out and the weather in the northern hemisphere is nice?
I have a backlog from stuff I missed last week while traveling, so we all benefit!
Some meaty links this week.
Some leftovers from last week since I’m catching up, so get ready to read.
Updated late this week because of circumstances.
I’ve got “coverage” of most every BSD this week.
I have a list of commits I’ve saved between the various BSDs of licenses getting corrected to the 2-clause BSD license; that would definitely be a good cross-BSD project to sync.
Links everywhere this week!
Another week where I barely need to look up source code commits.
Read the first item, if nothing else.
For once, I got this mostly done before late Friday night!
I didn’t even need to find source links this week.
Odds and ends for the quieter holidays.
Another week where I could get away without any commit links, just cause there’s so much BSD stuff out there.
Not as much pulled directly from the source lists this time, which is good.
Not sure why, but there wasn’t a lot of things this week to pick out.
The 10th BSDNow episode is out, with the ambitious title, “Year of the BSD Desktop”. As you can guess from the title, a PC-BSD desktop gets set up as part of the episode, and as you might not guess from the title, they interview Michael W. Lucas.
I am doing this one at the last minute. I had all the articles noted, but normally I build this post over the course of the week.
I got some PC-BSD items this week, too.
Barely getting this done in time for Saturday…
There’s already been some previous conversation about how much longer to support the i386 platform for DragonFly. It looks like PC-BSD will be the first ‘flavor’ of BSD to make the jump. Support for PC-BSD on i386 will be dropped after release 9.2. That includes ‘TrueOS‘, the version of PC-BSD for servers, which I did not know about until just now.