[FreeBSD-Announce] FreeBSD 6.2 Released (fwd)
rwatson at FreeBSD.org
Mon Jan 15 12:23:25 GMT 2007
On Mon, 15 Jan 2007, Tim McCormick wrote:
> Good to hear! Thanks for the info Robert, it's nice to know the UK (and
> indeed Europe) are playing an active role.
> In other news, anyone else planning to going to EuroBSDCon this year? It's
> in Copenhagen this September.
Yes -- I'll be there. In fact, I seem to have been roped into being on the
program[me] committee. So if anyone here is interested in giving a talk on
something FreeBSD-related, such as deploying FreeBSD in a product, developing
on/with FreeBSD, advocating/documenting/... FreeBSD, it would be most welcome!
Conference information is available here:
And, of course, the social event is a field trip to legoland...
Robert N M Watson
University of Cambridge
> Tim McCormick
> tim at timmcc.co.uk
> On Mon, 15 Jan 2007 10:32:07 +0000 (GMT), Robert Watson <rwatson at FreeBSD.org> wrote:
>> While it's likely you've seen this already, I figured I'd send it out on
>> the UK FreeBSD mailing list anyway. Of particular relevance is that many
>> of the bullet features in the release announcement were developed in the UK
>> :-). In particular, freebsd-update was largely written at Oxford University
>> while Colin Percival was there. Likewise, much of the work on Audit and
>> OpenBSM was done by me at the University of Cambridge. Depending on how
>> you feel about the UK as part of Europe, you might also be interested to
>> know that csup was developed in France, geli in Poland, ipfw in Italy, and
>> ata in Denmark. So FreeBSD development appears to be quite alive and
>> kicking here (UK, Europe). :-)
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