Beginning on July 17, we hope you’ll join us for an expanded #FreeBSDFridays series of 101 classes. We’re building on our FreeBSD Day content to offer 1 hour live sessions every Friday, designed to get you started with FreeBSD.
June 19th has been declared FreeBSD Day, and we hope you’ll join us in honoring the Project’s pioneering legacy and continuing impact on technology.
Calling all developers! Do you have a project you’d like to work on that would improve FreeBSD?
The FreeBSD Foundation is still soliciting the submission of proposals for work that directly benefits any of the major subsystems or infrastructure within the FreeBSD operating system.
Zhengyuan “Tiger” Gao joined the Foundation team in January as part of our continued work with the co-op program at University of Waterloo, Ontario.
With FreeBSD Foundation grant, Kristof Provost harnesses new parallel techniques to uncork performance bottleneck
For the third year in a row, I attended FOSDEM, an amazing open source conference in Brussels, Belgium. Taking place, February 1-2, the event is a totally volunteer run conference geared towards promoting the widespread use of free and open source software. The Foundation has sponsored and organized a FreeBSD table there for a few years now.
The February 29 announcement of the removal of GCC 4.2.1 from FreeBSD infrastructure marks the culmination of over a decade of effort by countless contributors. This blog summarizes the details for easy reference.