A month dominated by openness and ETech.
(I like the cottages)
(may be promising)
AOL changes terms of service of AIM
(change, deny it was changed, change it back in a few days)
New FreeBSD and OpenBSD book
(from O'Reilly; looks good)
"It should not be viewed by anyone"
(fun talk requiring a South Park-esque disclaimer)
The Tech Buzz game
(South by Southwest)
Adaptec refuses to give documentation on rebuilding its RAID arrays
(hope and pray any discs you have on an Adaptec kit don't fail)
(eleven manufacturers are supported, but Intel, Broadcom, and Conextant refuse to give documentation)
cvs.openbsd.org RAID array failing; funds needed
(no, it's not on an Adaptec card)
3.7 preorders and graphics
(CD and T-shirt sales fund the project; without it, none of the above happens)
(no background fsck; journaling instead)
Blocking SSH scanners
Sam Smith lives in Manchester, England, and works on interfaces to data. When he's not in front of a computer, he's usually in a theater, probably with MUGSS.
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