[nycbug-talk] the case for a BSD Certification
Sat Dec 18 11:53:18 EST 2004
On Dec 18, 2004, at 9:04 AM, Dru wrote:
> On Fri, 17 Dec 2004, G. Rosamond wrote:
>> Majority of network appliances? Woah. I can name a lot (Borderware
>> fw, CheckPoint Nokia, some Snap servers), but majority? That would
>> be significant.
> Just as a point of interest, Checkpoint Nokia is transitioning their
> appliances from an ancient version of FreeBSD to RedHat. Guess what
> two of the reasons cited for the switch were? RedHat provides both
> support and an educational certification.
My first point was I don't think they are the majority of appliances
are a BSD.
Checkpoint moving to RedHat. It actually makes sense. Support and
development are strong. Despite the ire they receive from sections of
the open source movement.
> <snip again>
>> I'll setup a list later, but I think it would be a good idea to get
>> the wiki up somewhere first. .. with passwd protection for editing
> Does anyone have any experience with twiki (twiki.org)? From the
> description it sounds pretty good...
It's the way. . . we need a box for it at this point. . .
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