Fwd: FreeBSD committer at Manchester BSP

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Umarzuki Mochlis

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Nov 9, 2010, 9:19:53 PM11/9/10
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It's a debian bug squashing party btw. In case anyone currently in Manchester at 13th Nov. and into Debian kFreeBSD
If i'm not mistaken, you still can join it online...

More info on BSP -> http://wiki.debian.org/BSP

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From: Michael Dorrington <michael.d...@gmail.com>
Date: 2010/11/10
Subject: FreeBSD committer at Manchester BSP
To: debian-bsd <debia...@lists.debian.org>
Cc: Gavin Atkinson <ga...@freebsd.org>



I am happy to announce that at the Manchester BSP[1] we will have
FreeBSD committer Gavin Atkinson. He wants to do bug squashing in Debian
GNU/kFreeBSD and get kFreeBSD patches into the FreeBSD source tree. This
is a great opportunity for kFreeBSD (and FreeBSD!) which we should make
the most of. He will be at the BSP this Sunday, 13th November from about
10:00 GMT to 18:00 GMT. Can people please be available on IRC and/or
give Gavin and I some pointers to things that would be useful to work on.

Cheers,
Mike.

[1] http://wiki.debian.org/BSP2010/Manchester

P.S. I will be at the BSP this Saturday as well. I intend to work more
on http://wiki.debian.org/MichaelDorrington/kFreeBSD_Desktop .





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Umarzuki Mochlis
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Garfield WTF

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Dec 7, 2010, 10:06:30 AM12/7/10
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i already tested the Debian kFreeBSD.
although still have a lot of error, but it is already fully
functioning,
and guess wat? a fresh install of Debian kFreeBSD, only uses around
less than 50mb RAM when booted up.
It really having all the advantages of running on a FreeBSD kernel.
by the way, it is also using apt-get, so no need to worry about
installing apps.
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