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RT (for those who missed it, i.e: me :blobpats: ) @allanjude@twitter.com: The live streams can be found over at bsdnow.tv/bsdcan

"Speculating about Intel" by Theo de Raadt. A lunchtime BoF at #BSDCan

Yes, it will be livestreamed.

bsdcan.org/2018/schedule/event

My cat has a name, I'm sure of it.. I just can't remember it from all the nicknames. :thaenkin:

Early slides for Florian Obser's 2018 talk (Tomorrow @ ~4PM EDT) "slaacd(8) - A privilege separated and sandboxed IPv6 Stateless Address AutoConfiguration Daemon" openbsd.org/papers/florian_sla bsdcan.org/2018/schedule/event

The slides for Ingo Schwarze' 2018 talk "Forget reusability, aim for perfection - New lessons from development" openbsd.org/papers/bsdcan18-ma

.roff source: openbsd.org/papers/bsdcan18-ma

Just a FYI to people at in the front rows near cameras: Your conversations are being live-streamed, even during the breaks.

Waiting for akoshibe's talk about on to start...

Abstract: bsdcan.org/2018/schedule/event

If I got things right, her talk should appear on this live stream real soon now: bsdnow.tv/bsdcan_dms1120

Watch it with me!

RT @ajacoutot@twitter.com Call for papers is up for 2018, you have until June 17th to submit your awesome proposals :-) 2018.eurobsdcon.org/call-for-p [ ]

RT @bob_beck@twitter.com github.com/bob-beck/libtls My evolving libtls tutorial for beginners that I presented to some victims at yesterday

constipate:
Verb - "To add 'const' qualifiers to variables so that they become .rodata."

RT (for those who missed it, i.e: me :blobpats: ) @allanjude@twitter.com: The live streams can be found over at bsdnow.tv/bsdcan

@lattera Appreciate the live tooting. Missed livestream of beck@'s talk this morning. :blobpats:

#BSDCan (Pledge in #OpenBSD): I'll be attending the Pledge talk next.

It's exciting to hear Bob Beck and Theo De Raadt (in the audience) explain the new unveil call and the reasonings for behavior and why it has landed the way it is landing.

#BSDCan #OpenBSD

marc.info/?l=openbsd-cvs&m=152
... 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.

What will be the noise heard when we close the door on gcc4.2.1?
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Clang! of course

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