it isn't a competition. no prizes. its perfectly fine to not finish. heck, sleep is encouraged.
we work together on making #opnbsd the best we can, and having the domain experts in the same room makes that far easier.
#OpenBSD wireless association debug output enabled by ifconfig's debug command is now more useful and fits into a laptop screen.
I love getting patches like this one:
Very simple to write if you know a little bit of C and happen to run into a USB device which is not in the kernel's known device list yet. Every such patch makes it more likely that random devices people pick up in stores will "just work" with #OpenBSD.
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FYI, if you use Firefox and you're not participating in their Test Pilot program, you're missing out on a lot of good stuff:
Test Pilot lets you opt-in to experimental new features, and then provide feedback on them to determine the shape they take and whether they have a future as an add-on or part of FF core.
Some of the experiments have been really fantastic, so if you want to be the first on your block to have these cool new features, this is how.
Concerning modern compiler optimization, noticed on OpenBSD, which uses ELF sections to initialize objects w/ random data at load by the kernel: https://marc.info/?l=openbsd-cvs&m=150145082129272&w=2
#SVN 1.10-alpha3 was released today. It is the first public sneak peek of Subversion 1.10.
It contains a new conflict resolver feature I have spent a lot of time developing:
If you use Subversion for some reason somewhere, please test this alpha and provide feedback.
Someone should finally sue #lenovo over this bios whitelist misconduct. It is in clear violation of common sense and consumer's rights.
2017 et linux a encore des problèmes de son ? Rigolo non ? :)
Dmitry Bogatov est sorti de prison mais assigné à résidence sans avoir le droit d'accéder à Internet.