The EuroBSDCon channel at YouTube now has the EuroBSDCon 2019 videos online. One excellent way to start is with Patricia Aas' excellent keynote Embedded Ethics and just go on, but you could also go directly to the OpenBSD related talks:
A new OpenBSD store has been started, for those looking for OpenBSD swag now that the project no longer produces CDs. If you like the artwork that comes with the releases, this is a great way to support it. Quoting the about page:
In amessageto relevant mailing lists,Theo de Raadt (deraadt@) announced that theOpenBSD project's 47 release,OpenBSD 6.6,is now available frommirror sitesworldwide.Rather than reproducing here the full list of new features,we refer readers to the officialOpenBSD 6.6 page,and the detailedchangelog.Notable changes include but are not limited to:
EuroBSDcon 2019has concluded, and materials for the OpenBSD-related talks can be found inthe usual place.At the time of writing, official video recordings are not yet available,but the organisers assure us that they will be as soon as the editing is done.
Otto Moerbeek (otto@) has been working on improving the behaviour of ntpd(8) during system boot, especially for machines whose time is way off (e.g. for machines without a battery-backed clock (RTC)).One recently committed improvement dealt with the problem of bad time in a DNSSEC environment, but Otto is working on more changes in this area.Read more…
2019-04-24, Calgary, Alberta, Canada and elsewhere: With a message sent to relevant mailing lists, Theo de Raadt (deraadt@) announced that the OpenBSD project's 46th release, OpenBSD 6.5 is now generally available from mirror sites all over the world.Notable changes include but are not limited to:
After doing active development on it for about a month,i just released version 1.0.0 of the DocBook to mdoc converter,docbook2mdoc(1).The OpenBSD port was updated, too.In a nutshell, docbook2mdoc was brought from experimental statusto an early release that can be considered mostly usable forproduction, though no doubt there are still many rough edges.That's why i called it 1.0.0 and not 1.1.1.Read more…