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  • 2004-12-15 - Holiday Party, No one really
  • 2004-11-03 - Lok Technology, Inc., Simon Lok
  • 2004-10-16 - Meet McKusick & Allman, McKusick and Allman
  • 2004-09-01 - Jail(8), Isaac (.ike) Levy
  • 2004-08-06 - NYCBUG InstallFest, Various
  • 2004-08-04 - OpenBSD on Soekris, Pete Wright
  • 2004-07-07 - Secure Architectures, Brandon Palmer
  • 2004-06-02 - Hacking Your iBook, Bob Ippolito
  • 2004-05-05 - BSD Consulting, Wes Sonnenreich
  • 2004-04-07 - OS X, Darwin and BSD, Edward Eigerman
  • 2004-03-03 - NetBSD crypto disk, Roland Dowdeswell
  • 2004-02-04 - OpenBSD Security, Wes Sonnenreich and Jason Albanese

  • 2004-01-24 - NYC*BUG BOF @ LinuxWorld Expo, Various
    00:00, Other

    Abstract

    NYCBUG successfully reached out to hundreds of people at the BSDMall and New York PHP tables.

    We handed out fliers for the meetings, answered questions conference attendees had about the BSD family, gave a presentation on the backup port Bacula and held a birds-of-a-feather meeting.

    Our bof meeting had some fifty participants. Speakers included Michael of NYCBUG, Jeremy Sohn from Wasabi Systems, Don Witt from BSDMall/Daemon News, author Wes Sonnenreich and Dan Langille, organizer of BSDCan.

    The audience well represented the various members of the BSD family. Discussion ranged from meeting topics to NYCBUG`s relation to vendors.

    Theres no question that weve started with a BOOM. Our mailing list already has over 75 members.

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