DragonFlyBSD Multimedia Resources List
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Tag: jason wright
Live from NYCBSDCon Saturday
Added: 12 October 2008
Tags: bsdtalk, nycbsdcon2008, nycbsdcon, interview, jason dixon, pawel jakub dawidek, kris more, matt olander, george neville-neil, phillip coblentz, jason wright
Ogg version (40 minutes), MP3 version (18 Mb, 40 minutes)
A copy of Saturday's live stream from NYCBSDCon
2008. I wander around during lunch talking to random
people. Voices include Jason Dixon, Pawel Jakub
Dawidek, Kris Moore, Matt Olander, George Neville-Neil,
Phillip Coblentz, and Jason Wright.
OpenBSD Developer Jason Wright
Added: 10 November 2006
Tags: bsdtalk, interview, openbsd, sparc, radio, jason wright
Ogg version (17 minutes), MP3 version (8 Mb, 17 minutes)
Interview with OpenBSD developer Jason Wright. We talk about his work on sparc and also amateur radio.
New York City BSD Con 2006
Source: New York City *BSD User Group
Added: 01 November 2006
Tags: nycbug, nycbsdcon, nycbsdcon2006, presentation
Russell Sutherland: BSD on the Edge of the Enterprise. (12 Mb), Bob Beck: spamd - spam deferral daemon. (16 Mb), Bjorn Nelson: A Build System for FreeBSD (9 Mb), Jason Dixon: BSD Is Dying. (5 Mb), Kristaps Johnson: BSD Virtualisation with sysjail. (15 Mb), Bob Beck: PF, it is not just for firewalls anymore. (15 Mb), Jason Wright: OpenBSD on sparc64. (9 Mb), Brian A. Seklecki: A Framework for NetBSD Network Appliances. (10 Mb), Johnny C. Lam: The "hidden dependency" problem. (13 Mb), Corey Benninger: Security with Ruby on Rails in BSD (14 Mb), Wietse Venema: Postfix as a Secure Programming Example. (16 Mb), Marco Peereboom: Bio & Sensors in OpenBSD. (11 Mb)
Audio recordings of presentations given at New York
City BSD Conference 2006. Courtesy of nikolai at
fetissov.org. The main page also has links to the