OpenBSD Multimedia Resources List
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Tag: julian elischer
Added: 21 November 2008
Tags: bsdtalk, interview, julian elischer, ironport
Ogg version (16 minutes), MP3 version (16 Mb, 35 minutes)
An interview with Julian Elischer at MeetBSD in
California. We talk about his early days with BSD
and his work using BSD at various companies. He is
currently with IronPort, which was bought by Cisco.
May 2008 developer Vimage report
Source: YouTube bsdconferences channel
Added: 31 December 2008
Tags: youtube, freebsd, vimage, marko zec, julian elischer
A sneak peak into the FreeBSD development process.
Warning 2 hours! filmed over 2 days.
(The schedule worked out was optimistic to say the
least but it's still looking ok...)
Marko Zec and Julian Elischer report back to the
developers at BSDCan on the progress on virtualizing
the network stack in FreeBSD. This has been a long
term project but at the time of this recording was
just reaching the point of feasibility. In this
video you can see some of the dynamics of the group
as developers become familiar with the project and
discussions take place regarding such things as
maintainability, ABI compatibility, and even what
to call the feature. In this video you can see the
decision being made by a "quorum" of developers to
take this project mainstream.
The sound is less that perfect, but it's what we have.
This is a montage of 3 video sources, one of which
is a lower resolution, but at times it was the only
camera capturing the action. (the other ran out of
tape for a while)
Thanks to Ed Maste for the added footage.
I will be doing more editing later and will be
substituting in better footage in some places.
clive URL: http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=Px-pSXm32dE