Wednesday, July 12, 2006

bsdtalk053 - Interview with Matthew Dillon

Interview with Matthew Dillon about the upcoming 1.6 release of DragonflyBSD.

File Info: 8MB, 17Min.

Ogg URL:
http://cisx1.uma.maine.edu/~wbackman/bsdtalk/bsdtalk053.ogg

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Cool interview.

Thanks for all the effort you put into this.

Anonymous said...

Well ... from what I`ve heard Dragonfly isn`t as popular as other BSDs, and it isn`t generally good.

Anonymous said...

It is not about popular but think about conception of clustering computers and somethink like carp for software not hole machine (like dedicate backup machine) and don't forget about one thinf ..flow of ideas
in bsd world is very very good (as well flow of cod ) ...

so don't troll around

Anonymous said...

DragonFly just rocks :)

Pat Wendorf said...

If Matt can really pull off the clustering concept he talked about in the interview, that would be spectacular for the computing industry as a whole.

We spend a lot of time and effort in designing reliability / performance into our business systems which could be gotten for free with this method of clustering.

I'll give DF a go once this is ready for testing :)

Derek said...

A transcript of this interview is available at http://derek.trideja.com/bsdtalk/2006-07-12_matt-dillon.html.