My name is Michael W Lucas. I’m originally from Rochester, Michigan, USA, a little farm town outside Detroit, Michigan. As a kid, I’d bike past the grain elevator and see the great big pallets of Purina Monkey Chow next to the train tracks. When I asked my dad about them, he sent me out into the woods and fields to find the monkey farm.
The FreeBSD Foundation is again offering travel grants to attend BSDCan 2016.
As a long-term NYI partner, FreeBSD first deployed its East Coast mirror at NYI’s data center in 2012 and hasn’t looked back. NYI , a managed IT solutions provider, is owner and operator of enterprise-grade data centers in NY and NJ. With its hands-on approach, NYI has helped FreeBSD experience improved capabilities and higher performance.
I’m the founder of the PC-BSD project and have been involved with BSD in some form or another since the late nineties. My wife and I, 5 kids, 2 dogs, 2 parakeets and 20 chickens all live out in the county in Eastern Tennessee, about 30 minutes from the city of Knoxville. I’m also the co-host of the weekly BSDNow video podcast, along with Allan Jude.
Back by popular demand we’re again sharing a story from someone involved in FreeBSD with our Faces of FreeBSD series. It may be a story from someone who’s received funding from us to work on development projects, run conferences, travel to conferences, or advocate for FreeBSD. Or, it may be from someone who gives back to FreeBSD financially or in another way. But, it is always from someone who is making a positive difference in the FreeBSD world.
The FreeBSD Foundation is pleased to announce the debut of our new logo and website, signaling the ongoing evolution of the Foundation identity and ability to better serve the FreeBSD Project. Our new logo was designed to not only reflect the established and professional nature of our organization, but also to represent the link between the Project and the Foundation, and our commitment to community, collaboration, and the advancement of FreeBSD.
ZFS has been making headlines lately, so it seems like the right time to talk about the longstanding relationship between FreeBSD and ZFS.
I attended this year’s Google Summer of Code mentors summit at Google’s Tech Corners campus November 5th-8th along with David Chisnall. This event offers an excellent opportunity to meet with people from open source projects that don’t overlap with the usual set of FreeBSD conferences
Back by popular demand we’re again sharing a story from someone involved in FreeBSD with our Faces of FreeBSD series. It may be a story from someone who’s received funding from us to work on development projects, run conferences, travel to conferences, or advocate for FreeBSD