Next Meeting August 11 2016

Due to popular demand, we will be having an August meeting.

There are two possible topics from the last meeting, BSD on the Raspberry Pi 3 and on the Pine64. Feel free to bring additional questions, ideas, hardware, etc.

July Meeting was a success…

As we measure it anyway. Seven people is way up from one 🙂

Due to popular demand, we’ll have another one in August and see if we can get at least as many people out. There are rumours of BSD on Pi or Pine. The only way to be sure is to be there.

 

Next Meeting July 14 2016

It’s BSDCan 2016 time and after meeting up with a bunch of people, it appears that having a meeting in July would be a good idea.

We will be having our “quarterly” meeting. There are no scheduled topics, feel free to bring questions, ideas, hardware, etc.

This will be the first meeting after BSDCan 2016, so if you come out, there will be a couple of promo items from the conference for you – read that as a couple of stickers and a pen. I’ll see if I can get some autographed pictures of @GroffTheBSDGoat 🙂

BSD for robotics was one of the talks I went to, utilizing a BeagleBoneBlack. While not a complete project yet, it looks pretty promising.

July Meeting: 2015-07-09

It is time for the quarterly meeting. While there are no scheduled topics, feel free to bring questions, ideas, hardware, etc.

This will be the first meeting after BSDCan, so if you come out, there will be a couple of promo items from the conference for you – read that as a couple of stickers and a pen.

As a topic, there was a great talk on configuring network devices for remote offices that I attended. I found it quite interesting. There was also a talk on a replacement X11 desktop that looks pretty good. I’ll have to give that a shot.

April Meeting: 2015-04-09

It is time for the quarterly meeting. While there are no topics bubbling to the top, feel free to bring questions, ideas, hardware, etc.

Hopefully you have looked at the schedule for BSDCan this year. There are quite a few interesting talks scheduled. One such talk, if you ever used Minix, is a talk on a reimplementation of NetBSD using a MicroKernel by Andy Tanenbaum. Check out the schedule and remember that BSDCan is in June this year.

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