The FreeBSD Foundation is pleased to announce that Philip Paeps and Kylie Liang have joined the Board of Directors.
The FreeBSD Foundation is pleased to welcome Kylie Liang to the Board of Directors.
We sat down with Kylie to find out more about her background and what brought her to the Foundation. Please take a moment to see what he has to say and join us in welcoming him to the board!
The FreeBSD Foundation is pleased to welcome Philip Paeps to the Board of Directors.
We sat down with Philip to find out more about his background and what brought him to the Foundation. Please take a moment to see what he has to say and join us in welcoming him to the board!
I’m pleased to announce the kickoff of our mid-year fundraising campaign! We are more than halfway through the year, but we’ve only raised $265,000 towards our goal of raising $1,250,000. We are reaching out to you, the FreeBSD community, to help us promote our work and to make a donation so we can continue supporting FreeBSD.
This is my third year attending BSDCan. Thanks to the Foundation for making this trip possible. Traveling from the other side of the Earth is never an easy thing for me, but joining BSDCan is always the most joyful thing for me.
The FreeBSD Foundation offers travel grants to community members who need assistance with travel expenses for attending conferences related to FreeBSD development and advocacy. Please read the policy before applying.
BSDCam 2016: Wednesday, July 20 (Today!)
EuroBSDCon 2016: Monday, August 22
Spending a week in Canada with a large group of BSD hackers was not what I had expected, but in a good way. I have gone to a few information security conferences in the past, but they do not compare to the knowledge gained, and fun I had that week.
2016 heralded my return to BSDCan after a 4 year hiatus. In part, I was inspired to return this year, after I took some holidays in France back in February. I had the distinct pleasure, that weekend, to have supper with just about all the Paris based FreeBSD committers.
This was my first time visiting Canada and the biggest FreeBSD event. I met FreeBSD Project founders and had a chance to speak with almost all of the people I worked with last year. I also gave a presentation about the FreeBSD/RISC-V project (in the developer summit track) covering its status, goals reached, plans for future, etc.