[clug-talk] Special OpenBSD presentation - June 1st

Greg King wgking at cips.ca
Wed May 24 15:14:05 PDT 2006

This may be of interest to CLUGers. 


The Calgary Unix Users Group (CUUG)  is hosting  a special OpenBSD
presentation on Thursday, June 1, 6PM in Heritage Hall on the SAIT campus. 


This presentation is made possible due to the 2006 OpenBSD Hackathon taking
place from May 26th to June 2nd here in Calgary, attended by developers from
around the world. This year again, some of the developers have agreed to
take some time for a presentation to CUUG members and guests and anyone
interested in the most secure Unix OS on the planet. 


Bob Beck and Reyk Floeter will talk about some of the directions they have
been taking in wireless chipset support, advanced feature support, and
security support as well as what they are doing to try to ensure they have
good wireless chip support without having to incorporate "binary blobs" from


OpenBSD 3.9 CDs as well as T-shirts and posters will be available.


See the CUUG web site www.cuug.ab.ca for further details.



Greg King

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