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.
Sam is a council member for the UK Unix Users' group and was a founder of the Manchester BSD User Group. When bored, he sometimes does bits on various projects that you may have heard of.
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The Month in BSD: April 2005
Publish Date: May. 5, 2005
OpenBSD prepares for 3.7; FreeBSD gives a status report; NetBSD picks up streaming backups; DragonFly releases 1.2; and Apple releases Tiger. It all happened in April 2005, as Sam Smith reports.
The Month in BSD: March 2005
Publish Date: Apr. 7, 2005
ETech happens, OpenBSD goes after Adaptec for documentation (not "support"), NetBSD works with Xen, and DragonFly plans a big release. It all happened in March 2005--Sam Smith summarizes the BSD news.
The Month in BSD: February 2005
Publish Date: Mar. 3, 2005
February is the cruelest month, yet Theo wins an award for activism, DragonFly ponders backports to FreeBSD, and Apple revamps some hardware. Sam Smith summarizes the BSD news for February.
The Month in BSD: January 2005
Publish Date: Feb. 10, 2005
FreeBSD 4.11 comes out, NetBSD 2.0 wins a performance contest, OpenBSD lands on Sharp's Zaurus, and DragonFly BSD discusses SMP. Sam Smith reports the BSD news for January 2005.
The Month in BSD: December 2004
Publish Date: Jan. 24, 2005
OpenBSD switches to GCC 3, NetBSD releases 2.0, FreeBSD meets its donation mark, and DragonFly BSD starts to implement journaling. Sam Smith reports the BSD news for December 2004.
The Month in BSD: November 2004
Publish Date: Dec. 2, 2004
OpenBSD fights firmware license shenanigans, FreeBSD releases 5.3, and Europe holds a convention. Sam Smith summarizes the BSD news for November 2004.
The Month in BSD
Publish Date: Nov. 4, 2004
OpenBSD 3.6 is released, NetBSD has a new logo, and FreeBSD 5.3 is delayed. Sam Smith reports on October's BSD news.
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