Slides for Ayaka Koshibe (akoshibe@)'s "Mininet on #OpenBSD - Using rdomains for interactive SDN testing and development" talk at #BSDCan 2018: https://www.openbsd.org/papers/bsdcan2018-mininet.pdf
As a corporation, Microsoft will out-live all of us. Same for Google and Apple. Free software is an inter-generational effort. We don't know what proprietary software companies will do beyond our lifetimes, so we need to do our best to care for free software in our lifetime. Same goes for a lot of other, similar efforts.
Today I was procrastinating ... err, toying around with authenticator and implemented an OATH-compatible login mode for #OpenBSD – RFC 6238 (TOTP) and RFC 4226 (HOTP). https://github.com/reyk/login_oath/blob/master/README.md
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TBH I wish the FreeBSD side had explained the situation without the shouting. It was all definitely a tangent, but I am curious about the details of how FreeBSD runs things. Could one of the other committers have committed such a patch? Could one of the people under NDA? Can someone coincidentally fix a security bug that is under an NDA they don't know about?
Re-launch of the free #openmoko USB Product ID and IEEE OUI (Ethernet MAC address) allocation for OSHW and FOSS projects: http://laforge.gnumonks.org/blog/20180609-openmoko-usb_id/