Google Summer of Code update

The Google Summer of Code organisers have tentatively allocated 20 students this year to work on FreeBSD. The winning students will be announced on Monday April 21, 2008. Check out my blog on Monday for the latest updates!!! Links:FreeBSD GSoC Summer Projects |...

FreeBSD Projects for Google SoC 2008

The FreeBSD Project was again accepted as a mentoring organisation into the Google Summer of Code. The Project is now looking for potential students, mentors and projects. If you have an idea for a potential FreeBSD related summer of code project that isn’t...

227 subscribers and going strong

Another milestone! As of today there are 227 RSS subscribers to my blog. Thank you, guys (and girls), for all your interest and the feedback I’ve been getting so far. If there’s anything that you want me to change or add to make this site even better,...

Quiet week for FreeBSD

This week has been fairly quiet for FreeBSD. There’s nothing much to report. Suppose everybody is waiting for FreeBSD 7.0 to be released. I’ll post the usual Friday – quick news post tomorrow. This week I’ve been playing round with FreeNAS. PCs...
Thank you and feedback request

Thank you and feedback request

Thank you to those guys who have been promoting my blog recently: Dru Lavigne, Oliver Herold, Justin Sherrill and Steven Rosenburg. It was especially kind of Justin Sherrill from the DragonFlyBSD team to refer to my site since I don’t track the development of...

New category and FBSD Projects page updated

I’ve just updated the FBSD Projects page (added DSBSD and TrueBSD) and also added a X vx Y category where you will find topics such as Linux vs BSD or OS X vs OS Y, such as: Smoothwall vs M0n0wall: a comparison BSD Community vs Linux Community GPL vs BSD, a...