The Month in BSD: December 2004by Sam Smith
Foretelling the Future?
- An article from 10 years ago, discussing 01 December 2004
- Need To Know (by the same authors)
- 10 headlines you won't see in 2005
- Lost for words
- Is activism always good?
- BBC Radio MP3 takes off--MP3, podcasting, and Listen Again
- What Torvalds really thinks of Solaris
- "Big Weather" from itConversations
- Robbers scared off by PlayStation game sounds
- What's Next for Google (Technology Review subscription needed)
- Interview with RMS
- Dissecting PC server performance
Software Patents in Europe
OpenNTPD considered harmful?
If you don't want to run it, run something else.
OpenCVS is coming along
OpenBSD -current/i386 switches to gcc 3.3
NetBSD 2.0 released
FreeBSD Foundation requests and receives donations
(continuing to exist is good)
"A FreeBSD-based operating system that works directly from a CD"
- FreeBSD can use Mozilla branding
- Schedgraph--Scheduler Trace Visualization Tool
- ULE scheduler status
Story of the Graphing Calculator
MacWorld SF rumours
(probably baseless, but fun to think about)
- Apple sues to find identities of leakers
- Reports on sub $500 Mac For the expo?
- Headless iMac?
- iWork '05 Productivity Suite?
- iLife '05, Keynote 2, Asteroid, and other new applications?
- Microsoft tries to shut down MacSlash (sledgehammer, meet nut)
- NeoOffice/J beta--OpenOffice for Mac OS X
- I/O consolidation and direct-to-DMA plans (original post)
- I/O Consolidation and direct-to-DMA plans (KernelTrap discussion)
- Scheduler revision
- Initial posts about implementing journaling
- How Matt expects DragonFly journaling to work
- First parts go in
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