"Speculating about Intel" by Theo de Raadt. A lunchtime BoF at #BSDCan
Yes, it will be livestreamed.
My cat has a name, I'm sure of it.. I just can't remember it from all the nicknames.
Early slides for Florian Obser's #BSDCan 2018 talk (Tomorrow @ ~4PM EDT) "slaacd(8) - A privilege separated and sandboxed IPv6 Stateless Address AutoConfiguration Daemon" https://www.openbsd.org/papers/florian_slaacd_bsdcan2018.pdf http://www.bsdcan.org/2018/schedule/events/929.en.html #OpenBSD
The slides for Ingo Schwarze' #BSDCan 2018 talk "Forget reusability, aim for perfection - New lessons from #mandoc development" https://www.openbsd.org/papers/bsdcan18-mandoc.pdf
.roff source: https://www.openbsd.org/papers/bsdcan18-mandoc.roff #OpenBSD
If I got things right, her talk should appear on this live stream real soon now: https://www.bsdnow.tv/bsdcan_dms1120
Watch it with me!
The slides for Bob Beck's #BSDCan 2018 talk "Pledge, and unveil in #OpenBSD" are up! https://www.openbsd.org/papers/BeckPledgeUnveilBSDCan2018.pdf
Verb - "To add 'const' qualifiers to variables so that they become .rodata."
... and following commits. Not fully ready yet, but
thanks to kettenis@ work on inter-process futexes, #OpenBSD is going to switch to DRI3 for X.Org and Mesa soon.
AKA brynet@. I like tinkering with #OpenBSD and occasionally other Unix-like systems. In other words, not a MCP. He/Him. 🍕🐈💻🇨🇦
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