The 2-day by invitation only FreeBSD developer summit at BSDCan 2007 in Ottawa has just ended. Over 60 FreeBSD developers attended the summit, along with representatives from large BSD-friendly corporations such as Apple, Yahoo, Nokia, Juniper, NetApp and Ironport. A variety of topics were discussed, such as ZFS, the BLUFFS file system, SMP scalability improvements and the new virtualized network stack. Video recordings from the summit are available, as well as pictures.
FreeBSD Developer Summit at BSDCan 2007
Submitted by Anonymous 2007-05-18 FreeBSD 5 Comments
While I’m not a developer, the PF session would be something I would be interested in. Using PFSync/Carp didn’t stick with me right off the bat. I’m using PFSense right now, but I like the idea of the single pf.conf file for configuring rules and macros.
It looks like a classroom. I thought it was more like a technology fair with varied entertainment.
Gotta love apple notebooks
Can you count how many are there
Does anyone know where these movies can be found in an opensource friendly format?