[nycbug-talk] Request for NYCBUG Help
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Tue May 15 21:24:49 EDT 2012
On May 15, 2012, at 9:18 PM, George Rosamond wrote:
> On 05/15/12 19:42, Brett wrote:
>>>> What would you like to see and hear about regarding
>>>> BSD software and the BSD community?
>>>> Here's my current draft agenda - suggestions welcome.
>>> useful to compare to gpl and gpl v3 hell and its decline.
>>> and potential lawsuits lots of people could potentially face
>> On that note, maybe mention Portable C Compiler, and FreeBSD switching to Clang by default.
> I think the gcc replacement stuff is important, but probably not relevant for the audience, from what I can tell. If the licensing becomes a point of discussion, sure, but I don't think the clang, pcc, etc stuff is priority in 20 mins.
I have a really hard time seeing how this looks from outside the *BSD world, but the topic of an "OS" vs. "Linux kernel + stuff" and the way that affects your management of the system as a whole always fascinates me.
Does it fit in a 20 minute talk? Absolutely can't judge that myself.
>> Thanks for the BSDCan report!
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