[nycbug-talk] some Upcoming NYCBUG Events and BSDCons

Jesse Callaway bonsaime at gmail.com
Wed Dec 24 23:37:02 EST 2008

On Tue, Dec 23, 2008 at 3:21 PM, George Rosamond <
george at ceetonetechnology.com> wrote:

> It's five years ago this month that the New York City *BSD User Group
> was initially organized.
> The list of accomplishments is great, from fund-raising to NYCBSDCon,
> and everyone involved has much to be proud of.
> We have a number of meetings lined up for 2009, but are always looking
> for more speakers and topics relevant to the *BSD projects.
> On January 7th, Larry Ludwig will be speaking on Puppet, as a follow-up
> to this past July's Cfengine meeting.
> February 4th's meeting will be Victor Duchovni on Postfix performance
> tuning.
> And on March 4th we'll have Tom Limoncelli back for a discussion on Time
> Management for sysadmins and developers.
> *    *    *
> The number of BSD-specific conferences has proliferated over the past
> few years, and we welcome the addition of DCBSDCon, held merely a few
> hours away by Chinatown bus in Washington, DC.
> DCBSDCon (.org) will be held February 5th and 6th at the Ward Marriott,
> bumping right into ShmooCon.
> While the CFP closed December 1, registration is now open at
> http://dcbsdcon.org/register.html.
> AsiaBSDCon (.org) will be held March 12-19 in Tokyo, Japan.
> Finally, BSDCan (.org), which immediately picked up the flag from the
> previous BSDCons back in 2004, will be held May 8th and 9th in Ottawa,
> Canada.  Two days of technical tutorials precede the conference.
> Dozens of people from around New York have attended this conference over
> the years.  Registration opens in March.
> Most BSD conferences will be holding BSDA exams conducted by the BSD
> Certification (.org) Group.
> For anyone looking to travel to any of these conferences, we encourage
> you to query the talk list for other travel companions.  Carpooling or
> shared bus travel to DCBSDCon and BSDCan is encouraged.
> *    *    *
> On the last note, a big thanks to each and every participant in NYC*BUG
> activities.  To another successful year!
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Wow, what a great lineup. I have to make some of these.. hopefully all of
them. (jesus, i gve my parents such a shitty keyboard...)

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