Wednesday, December 20, 2006

bsdtalk088 - A Year of BSDTalk

News: BSDCan.org 2007 call for papers.

A short ramble about the first year of bsdtalk.

File info: 4MB, 8Min.

Ogg Link:
http://cisx1.uma.maine.edu/~wbackman/bsdtalk/bsdtalk088.ogg

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Congratulations!

Keep up the good work.

jiashiun said...

Happy birthday to bsdtalk!
And thank you for your work!

Anonymous said...

Great work Will. I have listened to every episode. You do a great deed to the community! _PLEASE_ keep it up!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations and well done , ive enjoyed listening to the variety of talks.

MPCM said...

Congratulations on the year of bsdtalk.

Wish I had more time to chat with you at NYCBSDCON, especially since I was stuck on the runway until after midnight in the end anyway.

Is there anything that you need/want towards continuing bsdtalk in the new year?

Oli said...

Congratulations! It's a fine project, I can not await the coming events :)

Anonymous said...

Very good podcast. I don't even run
BSD (prefer Linux) but I like your
interviewing style and guests. Thank
you for your work.

Jim Crigler said...

Will ---

Like at least one other commenter, I have listened to every episode. Thanks for your hard work!

While it might be a bit inflammatory, and it gets discussed as a matter of course, what about more direct head-to-head BSD comparison information?

Anonymous said...

Thank you for all your work!
I'm allways looking forward to listen to your interviews.

Anonymous said...

Great work!!! Love the talks, since day 1! Hope to hear one on PF / AltQ too.

Anonymous said...

It was great to listen to your talk. My first BSD was OpenBSD back when we installed the first 64Kbps Leased line at our office in 1996. I setup OpenBSD as the firewall and proxy. I have loved the feeling of knowing exactly what was happening when running an OpenBSD server.

By the way, interesting coincidence - I met the musician - Joshua Samson - whose music you use on bsdtalk088 towards the end. For others who want to enjoy Joshua's music - he makes them available for free at http://www.soundclick.com/bands/pagemusic.cfm?bandID=489118

cherio
madvenu

Sean Bryant said...

It's been awesome listening to your podcast!

Adam Killian said...

Thanks so much for doing bsdtalk.

Anonymous said...

I'm teaching myself Unix and programming on a homebrew PC running FreeBSD 6.1. This podcast is very useful and I listen to every episode.

somnium said...

Thanks for the great podcast. Keep that great work up. I listen to the podcast on my iPod, when I'm running

Anonymous said...

I listen to Will's podcast on the treadmill!