[talk] [announce] NYC*BUG Tonight
mark.saad at ymail.com
Wed Aug 6 22:23:01 EDT 2014
Thanks for coming out and partaking in , our first build your own port talk .
There was no audio for the talk however brian will upload his notes .
If You can , can you post your progress with your port , we would like to know if it's accepted , what it does and any issues you get back from the OpenBSD devs .
Stay tuned for out September meeting. We have some ideas but we are always looking for new speakers .
Also we should be at about.com for sept and we are still interested in an alternate location .
Mark saad | mark.saad at ymail.com
> On Aug 6, 2014, at 12:15 PM, NYC*BUG Announcements <announce at lists.nycbug.org> wrote:
> Please RSVP ASAP!
> August 6 - OpenBSD Ports, Brian Callahan
> 6:45, about.com (1500 Broadway, 43rd Street, 6th Floor)
> Notice: RSVP to rsvp at nycbug.org and bring photo ID. RSVPs must be
> received by 3 PM, day-of.
> Everyone relies on packages and ports to have easily accessible
> third-party software for OpenBSD. Have you ever wanted to write your own
> ports? Bring your laptop and learn how ports are made! You can bring
> your own software to port, or there will be a collection of software
> ready to be ported.
> Those interested in taking part in the hands-on workshop should
> email admin at lists.nycbug.org for setup instructions. Please also tell us
> if you plan on porting software of your choosing. Please sign up for the
> workshop no later than July 23.
> Even if you don't want to be involved in the workshop, come and
> learn all about ports!
> This makes a great first foray into contributing back to OpenBSD.
> Speaker Bio
> Brian is a graduate student, beginning his Ph.D. work in Science and
> Technology Studies at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in the Fall. He
> is an OpenBSD developer, working primarily on ports.
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