June in BSD. When the sun starts shining, and people start working on the summer projects; or spend time talk about each other.
- The Power of Words
- The Importance of RSS
- Network and System Security - and why products still suck.
- What drives software.
- The Worst Mistake in the History of the Human Race
Technical Recruiting and similar
(worth reading, for humour as well as information)
When Employers turn against you
(downloading more from CVS than you upload means reappropriating trade secrets? Then your employer gets a court to impound all your computers)
- Health Market Science uses the methods of spammers?
- Legal Defence Fund for Perl developer criminally accused after whistleblowing
- Classic Shell Scripting - book from O’Reilly
- Collaboration at Dreamworks
- Steve Job’s very moving commencement speech at Stanford
- Microsoft Office 12 For Mac Will Support Open XML
- Tacit knowledge and cortical algorithms
- Google Earth
Linux and BSD compared
Summer of Code projects
- “Google’s program designed to introduce students to the world of open source software development.”
- Groklaw interview with Google Project lead
- NetBSD’s projects announced
FreeBSD and NetBSD
FreeBSD 6 and beyond
- TrustedBSD Status Report from Robert Watson
- OpenBSD’s dhclient imported to FreeBSD
- NetBSD gets support for special strings in symlinks
- How it began
- The Rules Of Being A Mac User No Longer Apply
- Rosetta came from Transitive
- Some history.
Apple opens up WebKit
(the engine behind Safari)