POWER to the People: Making FreeBSD a First Class Citizen on POWER

With IBM’s muscle behind LinuxTM and AIXTM on POWER, FreeBSD support has trailed. FreeBSD Committer Piotr Kubaj and several other contributors are fighting to change that and the FreeBSD Foundation is right there in the fight, providing Piotr a grant for a local POWER9 system to accelerate his work.

BSDCan 2020 Travel Grant Application Now Open

The Travel Grant Application for BSDCan 2020 is now open. The Foundation can help you attend BSDCan through our travel grant program.

Don't Miss the FreeBSD Content at FOSDEM '20

Attending FOSDEM ’20? Don’t forget to check out the many FreeBSD-related talks and be sure to stop by the FreeBSD Stand to chat with members of the Foundation team and FreeBSD community.

FreeBSD Foundation Q4 2019 Status Update

Written as part of the FreeBSD Project’s 4th Quarter 2019 Status Report, check out the highlights of what we did to help FreeBSD last quarter:

FreeBSD MiniConf at LCA2020 Conference Recap

We held our first ever FreeBSD event in Australia! It was a FreeBSD Miniconf that was co-located with Linux Conf AU in the Gold Coast, January 14th.

Submit Your Work: More Open Calls for Participation

2020 brings about even more opportunities to spread the word about your work with FreeBSD. Submit to these upcoming conferences.


2019 Fundraising Update: Thank you!

2019 has been our busiest year yet! We promoted, presented and ran FreeBSD workshops at 38 events around the world; committed over 1200 code changes; reviewed and provided feedback on 100s of other developer changes, and improved the continuous integration test pass rate by almost 100%! We were able to do this and more because of funding from people like you.

Thank You for Supporting FreeBSD in 2019

On behalf of the FreeBSD Foundation, thank you for all of your support in 2019. Take a minute to see what you helped us accomplish this year!

2019 in Review: CI and Testing Advancements

One of the major goals for 2019 was to focus on improving the software quality of the FreeBSD codebase and extending the features of the FreeBSD project’s continuous integration. This year, we examined the test results and the test cases carefully with the goal of zero false positives.

Faces of FreeBSD 2019: Mahdi Mokhtari

When Mahdi Mokhtari was a young student growing up in Tehran, Iran, he never thought FreeBSD would help him meet other people outside his home country, and that some of them would become as close as family for him, or that it would eventually lead him to leave the Middle East for a new life and job in Europe.