The Month in BSD: April 2005by Sam Smith
- How often do you check your email?
- Zen and the art of Apache maintenance
- Some rights reserved: a view of the UK Creative Commons project
- BBC Creative Archive
May 13-14, 2005, Ottawa, Ontario
Only in America
New activist coordinator at EFF
- If you're "running something that you think the EFF should know about, let me know"
- Electronic Frontier Foundation
Making packager-friendly software
What every free software developer should read
BSD Certification Group's task analysis survey
"This survey will take approximately one hour to complete"
Linux kernel source control
- BitKeeper license changes
- Linus's post on leaving BK
- Linus begins Git development
- Git for beginners
- Managing the kernel source with Git
- 2.4 moves to Git
- 3.7 song: "Wizard of OS"
- Announcement of the song on KernelTrap
- "Improve large wireless networks with hostapd(8)"
- hppa64 initial port committed
FreeBSD January-March status report
- See how USB developed and discuss the pros and cons of the standard
- The countdown for the extinction of CDs is about to begin
- How to build a nonprofit for your community
- O'Reilly's radar weblog
Enhancements to Tiger
Live network backup
Back up your laptop filesystem to a server, in real time
NetBSD quarterly status report
NetBSD 2 for the office
"Install--reboot--start using KDE"
"A technical look at the OpenBSD operating system from a NetBSD
It's different. Author thinks this is bad.
- Xen disk I/O benchmarking: NetBSD dom0 vs. Linux dom0
- Development of NetBSD's system restarts
- Read/writable UDF filesystem's details
- NetBSD 2.0.2 announced: various fixes
DragonFlyBSD 1.2 released
(lots of it)
- Some of the plans
- Warning of changes imminent
- errno becomes a thread local variable
- Lots of smaller changes
DragonFly's ntpd client
Next month, we'll alter the publishing of this column. Rather than frantically writing the column around the first of the month and publishing it on these pages a few days later, I'll have it appear in my new O'Reilly Network weblog. Because I get to publish it, you will find out just how late it usually is. If you have any suggestions on other improvements we could make, feel free to
For those who find out about this column by RSS from my author's page, the URL of announcements won't change.
Until next month, when I'll appear somewhere over there -------->.
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