Thursday, May 25, 2006

bsdtalk048 - Interview with FreeBSD Developer Poul-Henning Kamp

News: Sun's DTrace now running on FreeBSD.

Interview with FreeBSD Developer Poul-Henning Kamp.

File Info: 11MB, 24Min.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Tnx Dude (just like in Apple company there now your name ..Dude ..!) :))
Flower power

Any way Great Job and very very tnx ..!

Anonymous said...

Wow! Definetly one of the best! Thank you and phk very much :-)

Anonymous said...

phk rules! And he is danish :)

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the interview! It was quite interesting.

Anonymous said...

I'm beginning to like this sort web media. It's really nice to just sit back and relax and listen to your interviews on a sunday eve.

Thank you very much - I hope you catch all the big fish for your inteviews. Maybe you could get Matthew Dillon to tell us some more about their SMP work...

Anonymous said...

Maybe You could interview Pawel jakub Dawidek I heared that He is working now on ufs journaling for us so it sound very good
and as far I know He is expert about geli and stuff so ..just interiew him ..if You can ....

http://people.freebsd.org/~pjd/pubs/

Anonymous said...

And now that we are at the danish BSD Guru's could you please interview Søren Schmidt (http://www.deepcore.dk/).
Too bad We didnt hear what Editor phk was using. I have heard him defend ee but I am guessing that he uses vi in everyday use since its the best editor in the base intall IMHO.

Ryan Phillips said...

What was the cache named that Paul-Henning was talking about and is working on?

Is there a website for it?

Yasw said...

Too bad We didnt hear what Editor phk was using. I have heard him defend ee but I am guessing that he uses vi in everyday use since its the best editor in the base intall IMHO.

He did a very good speech for the ed editor at a little event in the danish user group :)

Cortex Reaver said...

You did an interview with PHK, and failed to ask him about his ordeal with D-Link abusing his NTP server?

Geesh!

-CR

Derek said...

A transcript of this very enjoyable interview is available at http://derek.trideja.com/bsdtalk/2006-05-25_phk.html.

Anonymous said...

The name of the caching project is 'varnish' - there are currently three .pdf up at
http://phk.freebsd.dk/pubs/

Thanks for the interesting interview!
Rolf