DragonFlyBSD Multimedia Resources List
Links on this page refer to multimedia resources (podcast, vodcast,
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MeetBSD 2007 - Presentations and recordings
Added: 28 May 2008
Tags: meetbsd, meetbsd2007
Slawomir Zak - DTrace - Monitoring i strojenie systemu w XXI wieku (546 Mb), Brooks Davis - Reflections on Building a High-Performance Computing Cluster Using FreeBSD (401 Mb), Christian Brüffer - Protecting your Privacy with FreeBSD and Tor (416 Kb, 34 Pages), Rafal Jaworowski - FreeBSD do zabudowy, czyli nie tylko pecety (600 Kb, 21 pages), Dominik Hamera, Jakub Klausa - Nowoczesne rozwiazania bezprzewodowe w systemie FreeBSD (165 Mb), Christian Brüffer - Protecting your Privacy with FreeBSD and Tor (409 Kb), Matt Olander - PC-BSD: FreeBSD on the Desktop (272 Mb), Adam Bartman, Rafal Grzebyk - Nowoczesna infrastruktura telefoniczna w oparciu o systemy z rodziny BSD (105 Mb), Pawel Solyga - Meet BSD projects from Google Summer of Code 2007 (6.0 Mb), Brooks Davis - Reflections on Building a High-Performance Computing Cluster Using FreeBSD (1.7 Mb, 25 Pages), Rafal Jaworowski - FreeBSD do zabudowy, czyli nie tylko pecety (638 Mb), Philip Paeps - Detangling and debugging: friends in unexpected places (162 Mb), Pawel Solyga - Meet BSD projects from Google Summer of Code 2007 (3.7 Mb, 71 Pages), Pawel Solyga - Meet BSD projects from Google Summer of Code 2007 (308 Mb), Adam Bartman, Rafal Grzebyk - Nowoczesna infrastruktura telefoniczna w oparciu o systemy z rodziny BSD (3.9 Mb, 71 Pages), Philip Paeps - Detangling and debugging: friends in unexpected places (495 Kb, 53 Pages), Kris Kennaway - New features and improvements in FreeBSD 7 (336 Kb, 37 pages), Slawomir Zak - DTrace - Monitoring i strojenie systemu w XXI wieku (1.1 Mb, 35 Pages), Kris Kennaway - New features and improvements in FreeBSD 7 (564 Mb)
MeetBSD 2007 at the Conference Centre-PWSBiA Congress in Warsaw
Google Tech Talks June 20, 2007: How the FreeBSD Project Works
Source: Google Tech Talks
Added: 04 July 2007
Tags: google, presentation, freebsd, freebsd project, robert watson
AVI (321 Mb, 51 minutes)
The FreeBSD Project is one of the oldest and most
successful open source operating system ... all
projects, seeing wide deployment across the IT
industry. From the root name servers, to top tier
ISPs, to core router operating systems, to firewalls,
to embedded appliances, you can't use a networked
computer for ten minutes without using FreeBSD
dozens of times. Part of FreeBSD's reputation for
quality and reliability comes from the nature of
its development organization--driven by a hundreds
of highly skilled volunteers, from high school
students to university professors. And unlike most
open source projects, the FreeBSD Project has
developers who have been working on the same source
base for over twenty years. But how does this
organization work? Who pays the bandwidth bills,
runs the web servers, writes the documentation,
writes the code, and calls the shots? And how can
developers in a dozen time zones reach agreement
on the time of day, let alone a kernel architecture?
This presentation will attempt to provide, in 45
minutes, a brief if entertaining snapshot into
what makes FreeBSD run.
Speaker: Robert Watson Robert Watson is a researcher
at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory
investinging operating system and network security.
Prior to joining the Computer Laboratory to work
on a PhD, he was a Senior Principal Scientist at
McAfee Research, now SPARTA ISSO, a leading security
research and development organization, where he
directed government and commercial research contracts
for customers that include DARPA, the US Navy, and
Apple Computer. His research interests include
operating system security, network stack structure
and performance, and windowing system structure.
He is also a member of the FreeBSD Core Team and
president of the FreeBSD Foundation.
Leslie Hawthorn - Google SoC
Source: BSDCan - The Technical BSD Conference
Added: 21 May 2008
Tags: bsdcan, bsdcan2008, slides, google, summer of code, leslie hawthorn
PDF file (2.2 Mb, 44 pages)
Summer of Code
In this talk, I will briefly discuss some general
ways Google's Open Source Team contributes to the
wider community. The rest of the talk will explore
some highlights of the Google Summer of Code program,
our initiative to get university students involved
in Open Source development.
I will cover the program's inception, lessons learned
over time and tips for success in the program for
both mentors and students. In particular, the talk
will detail some experiences of the *BSD mentoring
organizations involved in the program as a case
study in successfully managing the program from the
Open Source project's perspective. Any Google Summer
of Code participants in the audience are welcome
and encouraged to chime in with their own insights.
FreeBSD Google Summer of Code posters
Source: FreeBSD Google Summer of Code
Added: 22 March 2009
Tags: freebsd, google, summer of code
PDF version (815 Kb, 1 page), PNG version (1.1 Mb, 2480 x 3507 pixels)
Two posters usable for the announcement of the
participation of the FreeBSD Project in the Google
Summer of Code.