Friday, May 05, 2006

bsdtalk040 - Interview with PC-BSD Developer Kris Moore

Interview with PC-BSD Developer Kris Moore.

File info: 8MB, 17Min


Anonymous said...

Wow...the 4th interview in as many days. You've been doing some really great work Will.

Kris Moore mentioned in this interview that Flash has been removed from ports. That has changed recently for the better (PR ports/96374).

linux-flashplugin7 is back in ports, but marked "restricted: redistribution not allowed." Users are free to obtain Flash from Adobe via a click-thru agreement. Just drop it in /usr/ports/distfiles and install via ports.

Anonymous said...

Excellent sound! You are getting good at this!

KaffeLars said...

Great podcast :)
I don't find all the episodes equally interesting, but what's great is that the next one's always right around the corner :)

Anonymous said...

I have used PCBSD from beta 0.7X to now 1.0 gold and find it very useful and productive.

Kris Moore sounds like an American, but the installer prominently displays German flag. What is the connection? Can I formally engage (commercially) PCBSD/Kris Moore to develop PBIs for e.g. (a) PostgreSQL + GUI admin tools and (b) WEB Content Management application - like OpenCMS @ - with Apache Tomcat, Sun JDK (pbi already) and PostgreSQL?
Great product, and better (more predictable, stable and useful) than many GNU/Linux desktops - with which I have considerable experience.

W. Anderson

Anonymous said...

Great podcast! I just wish you had asked him about someday adding Gnome as an alternative...