I routinely read Justin's Dragonfly BSD Digest and particularly fond of "Lazy Reading" weekly post. He'll talk about the list of interesting stuff he finds on the internet and share it with the readers. I'm copying his idea to fuel my updating of this blog.
For what's worth, here it goes:
- EuroBSDCon 2013 - Over submission of papers for this year's European BSD Conference. This year, EuroBSDCon is held at the beautiful Malta.
- CFH - Bob Beck of OpenBSD Foundation is calling for hardware sponsor. Do consider sponsoring if you or your company have spare of these.
- DDG - XMPP services from Duckduckgo with "anonymous" objective, similar to it's search engine objective.
- Misc - A rant from mst (of Perl) on "brogrammer".
- Perl - Got this from clearing my ultra mountain high reading list, interesting read on debugging
- OpenBSD - Breuil presentation of Mozilla software on OpenBSD during the 10th BSDCan, 2013.
- FreeBSD - Sad to read this on FreeBSD documentation mailing list. Some people just don't realized there's "tone" in email writing. Glen's reply makes my day.
- Code - got reference on how to read code, "Code Reading - The Open Source Perspective". Code reading can be fun!
- Life - is bad, but true.
That's all for now.