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authorGabor Kovesdan <gabor@FreeBSD.org>2012-10-01 11:56:00 +0000
committerGabor Kovesdan <gabor@FreeBSD.org>2012-10-01 11:56:00 +0000
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- Rename the share/sgml directories to share/xml
- Fix build errors from the next change Approved by: doceng (implicit)
Notes
Notes: svn path=/head/; revision=39632
Diffstat (limited to 'share/xml')
-rw-r--r--share/xml/README.mirrors57
-rw-r--r--share/xml/advisories.xml3435
-rw-r--r--share/xml/authors.ent1413
-rw-r--r--share/xml/bibliography.xml1170
-rw-r--r--share/xml/catalog125
-rw-r--r--share/xml/catalog-cwd.xml16
-rw-r--r--share/xml/catalog.xml80
-rw-r--r--share/xml/commercial.consult.xml2854
-rw-r--r--share/xml/commercial.hardware.xml833
-rw-r--r--share/xml/commercial.isp.xml1266
-rw-r--r--share/xml/commercial.misc.xml58
-rw-r--r--share/xml/commercial.software.xml1746
-rw-r--r--share/xml/common.ent86
-rw-r--r--share/xml/cvs.dtd3
-rw-r--r--share/xml/default.dsl14
-rw-r--r--share/xml/developers.ent719
-rw-r--r--share/xml/entities.ent22
-rw-r--r--share/xml/events.dtd100
-rw-r--r--share/xml/events.xml58
-rw-r--r--share/xml/events2003.xml251
-rw-r--r--share/xml/events2004.xml451
-rw-r--r--share/xml/events2005.xml441
-rw-r--r--share/xml/events2006.xml503
-rw-r--r--share/xml/events2007.xml611
-rw-r--r--share/xml/events2008.xml540
-rw-r--r--share/xml/events2009.xml490
-rw-r--r--share/xml/events2010.xml485
-rw-r--r--share/xml/events2011.xml247
-rw-r--r--share/xml/events2012.xml237
-rw-r--r--share/xml/events2013.xml39
-rw-r--r--share/xml/freebsd-common.dsl346
-rw-r--r--share/xml/freebsd-html.dsl410
-rw-r--r--share/xml/freebsd-print.dsl714
-rw-r--r--share/xml/freebsd.dsl37
-rw-r--r--share/xml/freebsd.dtd120
-rw-r--r--share/xml/freebsd.ent108
-rw-r--r--share/xml/freebsd42.dtd59
-rw-r--r--share/xml/gallery.dtd57
-rw-r--r--share/xml/header.ent184
-rw-r--r--share/xml/header.l10n.ent6
-rw-r--r--share/xml/html401-freebsd.dtd28
-rw-r--r--share/xml/ideas.dtd53
-rw-r--r--share/xml/iso8879.ent99
-rw-r--r--share/xml/l10n.ent18
-rw-r--r--share/xml/libcommon.xsl1709
-rw-r--r--share/xml/man-refs.ent5422
-rw-r--r--share/xml/man-refs.pl11
-rw-r--r--share/xml/mirrors-local.xsl13
-rw-r--r--share/xml/mirrors-master.xsl261
-rw-r--r--share/xml/mirrors.xml2225
-rw-r--r--share/xml/multimedia.dtd57
-rw-r--r--share/xml/navibar.ent215
-rw-r--r--share/xml/navibar.l10n.ent3
-rw-r--r--share/xml/news.dtd82
-rw-r--r--share/xml/news.xml1773
-rw-r--r--share/xml/notices.xml282
-rw-r--r--share/xml/pgp.dsl26
-rw-r--r--share/xml/press.dtd77
-rw-r--r--share/xml/press.xml326
-rw-r--r--share/xml/release.ent86
-rw-r--r--share/xml/release.l10n.ent7
-rw-r--r--share/xml/sitemap.dtd47
-rw-r--r--share/xml/spellcheck.dsl72
-rw-r--r--share/xml/statusreport.dtd117
-rw-r--r--share/xml/templates.entries.xsl114
-rw-r--r--share/xml/templates.events.xsl353
-rw-r--r--share/xml/templates.events2ics.xsl118
-rw-r--r--share/xml/templates.news-rdf.xsl68
-rw-r--r--share/xml/templates.news-rss.xsl97
-rw-r--r--share/xml/templates.newsflash.xsl65
-rw-r--r--share/xml/templates.oldnewsflash.xsl120
-rw-r--r--share/xml/templates.oldpress.xsl88
-rw-r--r--share/xml/templates.pastevents.xsl299
-rw-r--r--share/xml/templates.press-rss.xsl123
-rw-r--r--share/xml/templates.press.xsl61
-rw-r--r--share/xml/templates.usergroups.xsl63
-rw-r--r--share/xml/trademarks.ent502
-rw-r--r--share/xml/transtable-common.xsl50
-rw-r--r--share/xml/transtable-local.xsl21
-rw-r--r--share/xml/transtable-master.xsl88
-rw-r--r--share/xml/transtable.xml84
-rw-r--r--share/xml/urls.ent172
-rw-r--r--share/xml/usergroups.dtd38
-rw-r--r--share/xml/usergroups.xml1145
-rw-r--r--share/xml/xhtml.xsl168
-rw-r--r--share/xml/xhtml10-freebsd.dtd63
-rw-r--r--share/xml/xslt10-freebsd.dtd77
-rw-r--r--share/xml/xslt10.dtd382
88 files changed, 37759 insertions, 0 deletions
diff --git a/share/xml/README.mirrors b/share/xml/README.mirrors
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..64bdb44116
--- /dev/null
+++ b/share/xml/README.mirrors
@@ -0,0 +1,57 @@
+$FreeBSD$
+
+This is an instruction for use of the following files, which are used
+for both of www/ and doc/ tree:
+
+ mirrors.xml database of FreeBSD mirror sites
+
+ mirrors-local.xsl stylesheet to create localized version of mirrors.xml.
+ mirrors-master.xsl "-master" is master, "-local" is slave.
+
+ transtable.xml word-by-word basis translation table
+
+ transtable-local.xsl stylesheet to copy and translate a xml document.
+ transtable-master.xsl "-master" is master, "-local" is slave.
+
+* Notes for mirrors.xml maintainers
+
+ The elements are sorted in alphabetical order when the documents
+ are rendered. So basically order of <entry> is not important, but
+ <entry> with role="primary" will be handled specially. Currently
+ it is for the central servers and the primary mirror sites.
+
+* Notes for doc/ and www/ maintainers including translation teams:
+
+ Translators should not simply copy mirrors.xml, mirrors-*.xsl,
+ transtable.xml, and transtable-*.xsl in share/xml to the
+ language dependent directory. Instead, create "skeleton" *.xsl,
+ which just import the master stylesheet. *-local.xsl in share/xml
+ are "skeleton" for en_US.ISO8859-1, so you can start from these.
+ See ja_JP.eucJP/ for example.
+
+ Documents always use mirrors.xml in the language dependent directory.
+ This file is dynamically generated from share/xml/mirrors.xml, and it
+ is localized using transtable-local.xsl. transtable-local.xsl refers
+ transtable.xml, a translation table for translating country name and
+ so on. It should be in the language dependent directory, but if not exist,
+ share/xml/transtable.xml (a dummy translation table) will be used.
+ Similarly, if there is no mirrors-local.xsl in the language dependent
+ directory, share/xml/mirrors-local.xsl will be used.
+
+ That is:
+ share/xml <langcode>/share/xml
+ -----------------------------------------------------------------------
+ mirrors.xml master copy dynamically generated
+ mirrors-local.xsl dummy this is used if exists
+ mirrors-master.xsl used from -local.xsl should not exist
+ transtable.xml dummy this is used if exists
+ transtable-local.xsl dummy this is used if exists
+ transtable-master.xsl used from -local.xsl should not exist
+ -----------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+ "dummy" means that it will be used when the localized version of it is
+ not available. So the translation teams copy the "dummy" files,
+ and adjust them to the language (especially make sure "encoding" part).
+
+ If you add a document using mirrors.xml, use ${XML_MIRRORS} in the
+ Makefile.
diff --git a/share/xml/advisories.xml b/share/xml/advisories.xml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..d7e983b30e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/share/xml/advisories.xml
@@ -0,0 +1,3435 @@
+<?xml version="1.0"?>
+<advisories>
+ <cvs:keyword xmlns:cvs="http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/CVS">
+ $FreeBSD$
+ </cvs:keyword>
+
+ <year>
+ <name>2012</name>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>8</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>6</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-12:05.bind</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>6</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>12</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-12:04.sysret</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-12:03.bind</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>5</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>30</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-12:02.crypt</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>30</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-12:01.openssl</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+ </year>
+
+ <year>
+ <name>2011</name>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>12</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>23</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-11:10.pam</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-11:09.pam_ssh</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-11:08.telnetd</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-11:07.chroot</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-11:06.bind</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>9</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>28</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-11:05.unix</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-11:04.compress</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-11:03.bind</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>5</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>28</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-11:02.bind</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>4</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>20</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-11:01.mountd</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+ </year>
+
+ <year>
+ <name>2010</name>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>11</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>29</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-10:10.openssl</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>10</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-10:09.pseudofs</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>9</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>20</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-10:08.bzip2</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>7</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>13</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-10:07.mbuf</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>5</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>27</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-10:06.nfsclient</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-10:05.opie</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-10:04.jail</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>1</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>6</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-10:03.zfs</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-10:02.ntpd</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-10:01.bind</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+ </year>
+
+ <year>
+ <name>2009</name>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>12</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>3</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-09:17.freebsd-update</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-09:16.rtld</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-09:15.ssl</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>10</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>2</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-09:14.devfs</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-09:13.pipe</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>7</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>29</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-09:12.bind</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>6</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>10</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-09:11.ntpd</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-09:10.ipv6</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-09:09.pipe</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>4</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>22</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-09:08.openssl</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-09:07.libc</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>3</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>23</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-09:06.ktimer</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>2</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>16</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-09:05.telnetd</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>1</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>13</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-09:04.bind</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-09:03.ntpd</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>7</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-09:02.openssl</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-09:01.lukemftpd</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+ </year>
+
+ <year>
+ <name>2008</name>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>12</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>23</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-08:13.protosw</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-08:12.ftpd</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>11</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>24</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-08:11.arc4random</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>10</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>2</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-08:10.nd6</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>9</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>3</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-08:09.icmp6</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-08:08.nmount</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-08:07.amd64</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>7</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>13</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-08:06.bind</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>4</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>17</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-08:05.openssh</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>2</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>14</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-08:04.ipsec</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-08:03.sendfile</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>1</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>18</name>
+
+ <release>
+ <name>FreeBSD 6.3-RELEASE</name>
+ </release>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>14</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-08:02.libc</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-08:01.pty</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+ </year>
+
+ <year>
+ <name>2007</name>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>11</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>29</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-07:10.gtar</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-07:09.random</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>10</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>3</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-07:08.openssl</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+
+ <month>
+ <name>8</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>1</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-07:07.bind</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-07:06.tcpdump</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>7</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>12</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-07:05.libarchive</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>5</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>23</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-07:04.file</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>4</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>26</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-07:03.ipv6</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>2</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>9</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-07:02.bind</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>1</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>15</name>
+
+ <release>
+ <name>FreeBSD 6.2-RELEASE</name>
+ </release>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>11</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-07:01.jail</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+ </year>
+
+ <year>
+ <name>2006</name>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>12</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>6</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-06:26.gtar</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-06:25.kmem</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>11</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>8</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-06:24.libarchive</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>9</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>30</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-06:22.openssh</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>28</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-06:23.openssl</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>19</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-06:21.gzip</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>6</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-06:20.bind</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-06:19.openssl</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>8</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>23</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-06:18.ppp</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>6</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>14</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-06:17.sendmail</name>
+ </advisory>
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+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/1118</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <advisory>
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+
+ <day>
+ <name>22</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-02:23.stdio</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/1021</ulink>
+ </advisory>
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+ <day>
+ <name>18</name>
+
+ <advisory>
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+ <day>
+ <name>17</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-02:21.tcpip</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/980</ulink>
+ </advisory>
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+
+ <day>
+ <name>16</name>
+
+ <advisory>
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+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/979</ulink>
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+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>3</name>
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+ <day>
+ <name>30</name>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <day>
+ <name>26</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-02:19.squid</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/960</ulink>
+ </advisory>
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+
+ <day>
+ <name>18</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-02:18.zlib</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/978</ulink>
+ </advisory>
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+
+ <day>
+ <name>12</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-02:17.mod_frontpage</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/954</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-02:16.netscape</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/953</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-02:15.cyrus-sasl</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/952</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-02:14.pam-pgsql</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/951</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>07</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-02:13.openssh</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/945</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>2</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>21</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-02:12.squid</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/938</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>12</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-02:11.snmp</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/936</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>06</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-02:10.rsync</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/928</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-02:09.fstatfs</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/927</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>1</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>29</name>
+
+ <release>
+ <name>FreeBSD 4.5-RELEASE</name>
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+
+ <day>
+ <name>24</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-02:08.exec</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/923</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>18</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-02:07.k5su</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/912</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>16</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-02:06.sudo</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/909</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>04</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-02:05.pine</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/894</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-02:04.mutt</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/893</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-02:03.mod_auth_pgsql</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/892</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-02:02.pw</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/891</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-02:01.pkg_add</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/898</ulink>
+ </advisory>
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+ </month>
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+
+ <year>
+ <name>2001</name>
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+ <month>
+ <name>12</name>
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+ <day>
+ <name>04</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:64.wu-ftpd</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/870</ulink>
+ </advisory>
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+
+ <day>
+ <name>02</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:63.openssh</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/871</ulink>
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+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>10</name>
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+ <day>
+ <name>08</name>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <month>
+ <name>9</name>
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+ <day>
+ <name>24</name>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <day>
+ <name>20</name>
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+ <release>
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+ <day>
+ <name>04</name>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <month>
+ <name>8</name>
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+ <day>
+ <name>30</name>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <day>
+ <name>27</name>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <name>23</name>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <day>
+ <name>21</name>
+
+ <advisory>
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+ <day>
+ <name>20</name>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <day>
+ <name>17</name>
+
+ <advisory>
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+ <day>
+ <name>06</name>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <day>
+ <name>30</name>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <name>27</name>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <name>23</name>
+
+ <advisory>
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+ <name>17</name>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <name>10</name>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:46.w3m</name>
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+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:45.samba</name>
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+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:44.gnupg</name>
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+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:43.fetchmail</name>
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+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:42.signal</name>
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+ <name>09</name>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <name>6</name>
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+ <day>
+ <name>04</name>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <name>5</name>
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+ <day>
+ <name>02</name>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <name>23</name>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:37.slrn</name>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:36.samba</name>
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+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:35.licq</name>
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+ <name>20</name>
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+ <release>
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+ <name>17</name>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <day>
+ <name>16</name>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:32.ipfilter</name>
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+ <name>06</name>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:31.ntpd</name>
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+ </month>
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+ <month>
+ <name>3</name>
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+ <day>
+ <name>22</name>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:30.ufs-ext2fs</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/738</ulink>
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+ <day>
+ <name>12</name>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:29.rwhod</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/732</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:28.timed</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/731</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:27.cfengine</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/730</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:26.interbase</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/729</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:23.icecast</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/728</ulink>
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+ </month>
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+ <month>
+ <name>2</name>
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+ <day>
+ <name>14</name>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/716</ulink>
+ </advisory>
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+ <day>
+ <name>12</name>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:24.ssh</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/715</ulink>
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+ <day>
+ <name>07</name>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:22.dc20ctrl</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/714</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:21.ja-elvis</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/713</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:20.mars_nwe</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/712</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:19.ja-klock</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/707</ulink>
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+ </month>
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+ <name>1</name>
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+ <name>31</name>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:18.bind</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/706</ulink>
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+ <day>
+ <name>29</name>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:17.exmh</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/705</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:16.mysql</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/704</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:15.tinyproxy</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/703</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:14.micq</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/702</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:13.sort</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/701</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:12.periodic</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/700</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:11.inetd</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/699</ulink>
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+ <name>23</name>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:10.bind</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/698</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:09.crontab</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/697</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:08.ipfw</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/696</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <name>15</name>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/669</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:05.stunnel</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/668</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/667</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:03.bash1</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/666</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:02.syslog-ng</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/665</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-01:01.openssh</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/664</ulink>
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+ <name>12</name>
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+ <day>
+ <name>20</name>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/651</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:80.halflifeserver</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/650</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:79.oops</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/649</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:78.bitchx</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/648</ulink>
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+ <day>
+ <name>18</name>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:77.procfs</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/647</ulink>
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+ </month>
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+ <name>11</name>
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+ <day>
+ <name>20</name>
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+ <advisory>
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+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/628</ulink>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:75.php</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/627</ulink>
+ </advisory>
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+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:74.gaim</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:73.thttpd</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/626</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:72.curl</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/625</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:71.mgetty</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/624</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>14</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:70.ppp-nat</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/623</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:69.telnetd</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/622</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>13</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:68.ncurses</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/621</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>10</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:67.gnupg</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/620</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>06</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:66.netscape</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/619</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:65.xfce</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/618</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:64.global</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/617</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>01</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:63.getnameinfo</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/589</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:62.top</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/616</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>10</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>31</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:61.tcpdump</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/615</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>30</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:60.boa</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/586</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:59.pine</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/585</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:58.chpass</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/584</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>13</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:57.muh</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/570</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:56.lprng</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/569</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:55.xpdf</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/568</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:54.fingerd</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/567</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>06</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:52.tcp-iss</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/561</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>9</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>27</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:53.catopen</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/562</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>13</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:51.mailman</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/550</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:50.listmanager</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/549</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:49.eject</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/548</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:48.xchat</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/547</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:47.pine</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/546</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:46.screen</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/545</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>8</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>31</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:45.esound</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/526</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>28</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:44.xlock</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/523</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:43.brouted</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/520</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:42.linux</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/530</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:41.elf</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/527</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:40.mopd</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/521</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:39.netscape</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/528</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>14</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:38.zope</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/525</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:37.cvsweb</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/524</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:36.ntop</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/531</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:35.proftpd</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/522</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:34.dhclient</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/529</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>7</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>12</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:33.kerberosIV</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/488</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>05</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:32.bitchx</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/487</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:31.canna</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/486</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:30.openssh</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/485</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:29.wu-ftpd</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/489</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:28.majordomo</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/484</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:27.XFree86-4</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/483</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:26.popper</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/482</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:24.libedit</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/481</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>6</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>19</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:23.ip-options</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/480</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>12</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:25.alpha-random</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/473</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>07</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:22.apsfilter</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/461</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:21.ssh</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/459</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>5</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>26</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:20.krb5</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/452</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>23</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:19.semconfig</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/451</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>09</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:18.gnapster.knapster</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/429</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:17.libmytinfo</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/442</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:16.golddig</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/439</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>4</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>24</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:15.imap-uw</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/438</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:14.imap-uw</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/441</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>19</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:13.generic-nqs</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/437</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>10</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:12.healthd</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/436</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:11.ircii</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/440</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>3</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>15</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:10.orville-write</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/408</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:09.mtr</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/408</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:08.lynx</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/407</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:07.mh</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/411</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>01</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:06.htdig</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/403</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>2</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>28</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:05.mysql</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/402</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>19</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:04.delegate</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/392</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:03.asmon</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/391</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>1</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>24</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:02.procfs</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/380</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>19</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name>FreeBSD-SA-00:01.make</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ </day>
+
+ </month>
+
+ </year>
+
+ <year>
+ <name>1999</name>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>9</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>16</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name role="old">FreeBSD-SA-99:06.amd</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/318</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>15</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name role="old">FreeBSD-SA-99:05.fts</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/313</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name role="old">FreeBSD-SA-99:04.core</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/312</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>05</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name role="old">FreeBSD-SA-99:03.ftpd</name>
+ <ulink lang="ja">http://home.jp.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/showmail/announce-jp/311</ulink>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>04</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name role="old">FreeBSD-SA-99:02.profil</name>
+ </advisory>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name role="old">FreeBSD-SA-99:01.chflags</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ </month>
+
+ </year>
+
+ <year>
+ <name>1998</name>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>11</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>04</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name role="old">FreeBSD-SA-98:08.fragment</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>10</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>13</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name role="old">FreeBSD-SA-98:07.rst</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>6</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>10</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name role="old">FreeBSD-SA-98:06.icmp</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>04</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name role="old">FreeBSD-SA-98:05.nfs</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>02</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name role="old">FreeBSD-SA-98:04.mmap</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>5</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>14</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name role="old">FreeBSD-SA-98:03.ttcp</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>3</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>12</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name role="old">FreeBSD-SA-98:02.mmap</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ </month>
+
+ </year>
+
+ <year>
+ <name>1997</name>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>12</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>09</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name role="old">FreeBSD-SA-97:06.f00f</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>01</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name role="old">FreeBSD-SA-98:01.land</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>10</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>29</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name role="old">FreeBSD-SA-97:05.open</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>8</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>19</name>
+
+ <advisory>
+ <name role="old">FreeBSD-SA-97:04.procfs</name>
+ </advisory>
+ </day>
+
+ </month>
+
+ <month>
+ <name>4</name>
+
+ <day>
+ <name>07</name>
+
+ <advisory>
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diff --git a/share/xml/authors.ent b/share/xml/authors.ent
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+<!--
+ Names and email address of contributing authors and committers.
+ Entity names for committers should be the same as their login names on
+ freefall.FreeBSD.org.
+
+ Use these entities when referencing people.
+
+ Please keep this list in alphabetical order by entity names.
+
+ IMPORTANT: If you delete names from this file you *must* ensure that
+ all references to them have been removed from the handbook's
+ translations. If they haven't then you *will* break the
+ builds for the other languages, and we will poke fun of you
+ in public.
+
+ $FreeBSD$
+-->
+
+<!ENTITY a.aaron "Aaron Dalton <email>aaron@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.abial "Andrzej Bialecki <email>abial@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.ache "Andrey A. Chernov <email>ache@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.acm "Jos&eacute; Alonso C&aacute;rdenas M&aacute;rquez <email>acm@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.adam "Adam David <email>adam@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.adamw "Adam Weinberger <email>adamw@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.ade "Ade Lovett <email>ade@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.adrian "Adrian Chadd <email>adrian@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.ae "Andrey V. Elsukov <email>ae@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.ahasty "Amancio Hasty <email>ahasty@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.ahd "Drew Derbyshire <email>ahd@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.ahze "Michael Johnson <email>ahze@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.ak "Alex Kozlov <email>ak@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.akiyama "Shunsuke Akiyama <email>akiyama@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.alane "Alan Eldridge <email role='nolink'>alane@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.alc "Alan L. Cox <email>alc@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.ale "Alex Dupre <email>ale@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.alepulver "Alejandro Pulver <email>alepulver@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.alex "Alexander Langer <email>alex@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.alexbl "Alexander Botero-Lowry <email>alexbl@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.alfred "Alfred Perlstein <email>alfred@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.alm "Andrew Moore <email>alm@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.ambrisko "Doug Ambrisko <email>ambrisko@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.amdmi3 "Dmitry Marakasov <email>amdmi3@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.amorita "Akio Morita <email>amorita@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.amurai "Atsushi Murai <email>amurai@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.anchie "Ana Kukec <email>anchie@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.anders "Anders Nordby <email>anders@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.andre "Andre Oppermann <email>andre@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.andreas "Andreas Klemm <email>andreas@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.andreast "Andreas Tobler <email>andreast@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.andrew "Andrew Turner <email>andrew@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.andy "Andrey Zakhvatov <email>andy@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.anholt "Eric Anholt <email>anholt@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.anray "Andrey Slusar <email>anray@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.antoine "Antoine Brodin <email>antoine@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.araujo "Marcelo Araujo <email>araujo@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.archie "Archie Cobbs <email>archie@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.ariff "Ariff Abdullah <email>ariff@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.arr "Andrew R. Reiter <email>arr@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.art "Artem Belevich <email>art@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.arun "Arun Sharma <email>arun@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.arved "Tilman Keskin&ouml;z <email>arved@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.asami "Satoshi Asami <email>asami@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.ashish "Ashish SHUKLA <email>ashish@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.asmodai "Jeroen Ruigrok/Asmodai <email>asmodai@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.assar "Assar Westerlund <email>assar@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.ats "Andreas Schulz <email>ats@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.attilio "Attilio Rao <email>attilio@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.avatar "Tai-hwa Liang <email>avatar@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.avg "Andriy Gapon <email>avg@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.avilla "Alberto Villa <email>avilla@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.avl "Alexander Logvinov <email>avl@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.awebster "Andrew Webster <email>awebster@pubnix.net</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.az "Andrej Zverev <email>az@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.babkin "Sergey Babkin <email>babkin@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.bakul "Bakul Shah <email>bakul@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.bapt "Baptiste Daroussin <email>bapt@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.barner "Simon Barner <email>barner@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.bbraun "Rob Braun <email>bbraun@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.bcr "Benedict Reuschling <email>bcr@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.bde "Bruce Evans <email>bde@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.bdrewery "Bryan Drewery <email>bdrewery@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.bean "Rebecca Visger <email>bean@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.beat "Beat G&auml;tzi <email>beat@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.beech "Beech Rintoul <email>beech@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.ben "Ben Smithurst <email>ben@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.benjsc "Benjamin Close <email>benjsc@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.benl "Ben Laurie <email>benl@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.benno "Benno Rice <email>benno@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.bf "Brendan Fabeny <email>bf@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.bgray "Ben Gray <email>bgray@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.billf "Bill Fumerola <email>billf@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.bjk "Benjamin Kaduk <email>bjk@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.blackend "Marc Fonvieille <email>blackend@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.bland "Alexander Nedotsukov <email>bland@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.bmah "Bruce A. Mah <email>bmah@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.bmilekic "Bosko Milekic <email>bmilekic@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.bms "Bruce M. Simpson <email>bms@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.bp "Boris Popov <email>bp@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.brandon "Brandon Gillespie <email>brandon@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.brd "Brad Davis <email>brd@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.brian "Brian Somers <email>brian@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.brix "Henrik Brix Andersen <email>brix@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.brooks "Brooks Davis <email>brooks@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.brucec "Bruce Cran <email>brucec@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.brueffer "Christian Br&uuml;ffer <email>brueffer@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.bruno "Bruno Ducrot <email>bruno@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.bsam "Boris Samorodov <email>bsam@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.bschmidt "Bernhard Schmidt <email>bschmidt@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.bsd "Brian S. Dean <email>bsd@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.bushman "Michael Bushkov <email>bushman@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.bvs "Vitaly Bogdanov <email>bvs@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.bz "Bjoern A. Zeeb <email>bz@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.carvay "J. Vicente Carrasco Vay&aacute; <email>carvay@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.cawimm "Charles A. Wimmer <email>cawimm@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.cel "Chuck Lever <email>cel@FreeBSD.org</email>">
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+<!ENTITY a.ceri "Ceri Davies <email>ceri@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.cg "Cameron Grant <email role='nolink'>cg@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.charnier "Philippe Charnier <email>charnier@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.chern "Chern Lee <email>chern@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.cherry "Cherry G. Mathew <email>cherry@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.chinsan "Chin-San Huang <email>chinsan@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.chm "Christoph Herrmann <email>chm@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.chmr "Christoph Robitschko <email>chmr@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.chris "Chris Costello <email>chris@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.chuckr "Chuck Robey <email>chuckr@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.cjc "Crist J. Clark <email>cjc@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.cjh "Junho CHOI <email>cjh@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.clement "Clement Laforet <email>clement@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.clive "Clive Lin <email>clive@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.clsung "Cheng-Lung Sung <email>clsung@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.cognet "Olivier Houchard <email>cognet@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.cokane "Coleman Kane <email>cokane@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.conklin "Brian E. Conklin <email>conklin@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.cp "Chuck Paterson <email>cp@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.cperciva "Colin Percival <email>cperciva@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.cpiazza "Chris Piazza <email>cpiazza@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.cracauer "Martin Cracauer <email>cracauer@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.crees "Chris Rees <email>crees@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.cs "Carlo Strub <email>cs@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.csgr "Geoff Rehmet <email>csgr@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.cshumway "Christopher Shumway <email>cshumway@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.csjp "Christian S.J. Peron <email>csjp@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.culot "Frederic Culot <email>culot@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.cwt "Chris Timmons <email>cwt@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.cy "Cy Schubert <email>cy@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.daichi "Daichi GOTO <email>daichi@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.damien "Damien Bergamini <email>damien@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.dan "Dan Moschuk <email>dan@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.danfe "Alexey Dokuchaev <email>danfe@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.danger "Daniel Ger&#382;o <email>danger@FreeBSD.org</email>">
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+<!ENTITY a.danny "Daniel O'Callaghan <email>danny@FreeBSD.org</email>">
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+<!ENTITY a.dannyboy "Daniel Harris <email>dannyboy@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.darrenr "Darren Reed <email>darrenr@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.das "David Schultz <email>das@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.davidc "Chad David <email>davidc@FreeBSD.org</email>">
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+<!ENTITY a.davidch "David Christensen <email>davidch@FreeBSD.org</email>">
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+<!ENTITY a.davide "Davide Italiano <email>davide@FreeBSD.org</email>">
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+<!ENTITY a.davidn "David Nugent <email>davidn@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.davidxu "David Xu <email>davidxu@FreeBSD.org</email>">
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+<!ENTITY a.db "Diane Bruce <email>db@FreeBSD.org</email>">
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+<!ENTITY a.dbaker "Daniel Baker <email>dbaker@FreeBSD.org</email>">
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+<!ENTITY a.dcs "Daniel C. Sobral <email>dcs@FreeBSD.org</email>">
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+<!ENTITY a.dg "David Greenman <email>dg@FreeBSD.org</email>">
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+<!ENTITY a.dhartmei "Daniel Hartmeier <email>dhartmei@FreeBSD.org</email>">
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+<!ENTITY a.dhw "David Wolfskill <email>dhw@FreeBSD.org</email>">
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+<!ENTITY a.dillon "Matthew Dillon <email>dillon@FreeBSD.org</email>">
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+<!ENTITY a.dumbbell "Jean-S&eacute;bastien P&eacute;dron <email>dumbbell@FreeBSD.org</email>">
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+<!ENTITY a.dwcjr "David W. Chapman Jr. <email>dwcjr@FreeBSD.org</email>">
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+<!ENTITY a.eadler "Eitan Adler <email>eadler@FreeBSD.org</email>">
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+<!ENTITY a.wxs "Wesley Shields <email>wxs@FreeBSD.org</email>">
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+<!ENTITY a.wylie "Wylie Stilwell <email>wylie@magnesium.net</email>">
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+<!ENTITY a.xride "S&oslash;ren Straarup <email>xride@FreeBSD.org</email>">
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+<!ENTITY a.yar "Yar Tikhiy <email>yar@FreeBSD.org</email>">
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+<!ENTITY a.yoichi "Yoichi NAKAYAMA <email>yoichi@FreeBSD.org</email>">
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+<!ENTITY a.yokota "Kazutaka YOKOTA <email>yokota@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.yongari "Pyun YongHyeon <email>yongari@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.yzlin "Yi-Jheng Lin <email>yzlin@FreeBSD.org</email>">
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+<!ENTITY a.zack "Zack Kirsch <email>zack@FreeBSD.org</email>">
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+<!ENTITY a.zeising "Niclas Zeising <email>zeising@FreeBSD.org</email>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.zi "Ryan Steinmetz <email>zi@FreeBSD.org</email>">
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+<!ENTITY a.znerd "Ernst de Haan <email>znerd@FreeBSD.org</email>">
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+ $FreeBSD$
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+<bibliography id="bibliography">
+ <title>Bibliography</title>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-unleashed">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>FreeBSD Unleashed</title>
+
+ <authorgroup>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Michael</firstname>
+ <surname>Urban</surname>
+ </author>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Brian</firstname>
+ <surname>Tiemann</surname>
+ </author>
+ </authorgroup>
+
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Sams</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+
+ <edition>1st edition</edition>
+
+ <pagenums>992 pages</pagenums>
+
+ <pubdate>October 2001</pubdate>
+
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-67232-206-4</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-44sysman">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>4.4BSD System Manager's Manual</title>
+
+ <corpauthor>Computer Systems Research Group, University of
+ California, Berkeley</corpauthor>
+
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>O'Reilly and Associates</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+
+ <edition>1st edition</edition>
+
+ <pubdate>June 1994</pubdate>
+
+ <pagenums>804 pages</pagenums>
+
+ <isbn>ISBN 1-56592-080-5</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-44userman">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>4.4BSD User's Reference Manual</title>
+
+ <corpauthor>Computer Systems Research Group, University of
+ California, Berkeley</corpauthor>
+
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>O'Reilly and Associates</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+
+ <edition>1st edition</edition>
+
+ <pubdate>June 1994</pubdate>
+
+ <pagenums>905 pages</pagenums>
+
+ <isbn>ISBN 1-56592-075-9</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-44suppman">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>4.4BSD User's Supplementary Documents</title>
+
+ <corpauthor>Computer Systems Research Group, University of
+ California, Berkeley</corpauthor>
+
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>O'Reilly and Associates</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+
+ <edition>1st edition</edition>
+
+ <pubdate>June 1994</pubdate>
+
+ <pagenums>712 pages</pagenums>
+
+ <isbn>ISBN 1-56592-076-7</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-44progman">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>4.4BSD Programmer's Reference Manual</title>
+
+ <corpauthor>Computer Systems Research Group, University of
+ California, Berkeley</corpauthor>
+
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>O'Reilly and Associates</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+
+ <edition>1st edition</edition>
+
+ <pubdate>June 1994</pubdate>
+
+ <pagenums>866 pages</pagenums>
+
+ <isbn>ISBN 1-56592-078-3</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-44progsupp">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>4.4BSD Programmer's Supplementary Documents</title>
+
+ <corpauthor>Computer Systems Research Group, University of
+ California, Berkeley</corpauthor>
+
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>O'Reilly and Associates</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+
+ <edition>1st edition</edition>
+
+ <pubdate>June 1994</pubdate>
+
+ <pagenums>596 pages</pagenums>
+
+ <isbn>ISBN 1-56592-079-1</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-44kernel">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>The Design and Implementation of the 4.4BSD Operating System</title>
+
+ <authorgroup>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>M. K.</firstname>
+
+ <surname>McKusick</surname>
+ </author>
+
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Kirk</firstname>
+
+ <surname>Marshall</surname>
+ </author>
+
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Keith</firstname>
+
+ <surname>Bostic</surname>
+ </author>
+
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Michael J</firstname>
+
+ <surname>Karels</surname>
+ </author>
+
+ <author>
+ <firstname>John</firstname>
+
+ <surname>Quarterman</surname>
+ </author>
+ </authorgroup>
+
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Addison-Wesley</publishername>
+
+ <address>
+ <city>Reading</city>
+ <state>MA</state>
+ </address>
+ </publisher>
+
+ <pubdate>1996</pubdate>
+
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-201-54979-4</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-freebsdkernel">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>The Design and Implementation of the FreeBSD Operating System</title>
+
+ <authorgroup>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>M. K.</firstname>
+ <surname>McKusick</surname>
+ </author>
+
+ <author>
+ <firstname>George V.</firstname>
+ <surname>Neville-Neil</surname>
+ </author>
+ </authorgroup>
+
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Addison-Wesley</publishername>
+ <address>
+ <city>Boston</city>
+ <state>MA</state>
+ </address>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>2004</pubdate>
+
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-201-70245-2</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-nemeth3rd">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>Unix System Administration Handbook</title>
+
+ <authorgroup>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Evi</firstname>
+
+ <surname>Nemeth</surname>
+ </author>
+
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Garth</firstname>
+
+ <surname>Snyder</surname>
+ </author>
+
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Scott</firstname>
+
+ <surname>Seebass</surname>
+ </author>
+
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Trent R.</firstname>
+
+ <surname>Hein</surname>
+ </author>
+
+ <author>
+ <firstname>John</firstname>
+
+ <surname>Quarterman</surname>
+ </author>
+ </authorgroup>
+
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Prentice-Hall</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+
+ <edition>3rd edition</edition>
+
+ <pubdate>2000</pubdate>
+
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-13-020601-6</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="lehey3rd">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>The Complete FreeBSD</title>
+
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Greg</firstname>
+
+ <surname>Lehey</surname>
+ </author>
+
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Walnut Creek</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+
+ <edition>3rd edition</edition>
+
+ <pubdate>June 1999</pubdate>
+
+ <pagenums>773 pages</pagenums>
+
+ <isbn>ISBN 1-57176-246-9</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-handbook">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>The FreeBSD Handbook</title>
+
+ <corpauthor>FreeBSD Documentation Project</corpauthor>
+
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>BSDi</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+
+ <edition>1st edition</edition>
+
+ <pubdate>November 1999</pubdate>
+
+ <pagenums>489 pages</pagenums>
+
+ <isbn>ISBN 1-57176-241-8</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-mckusick-1">
+ <abbrev>McKusick et al, 1994</abbrev>
+
+ <biblioset relation="manual">
+ <title>Berkeley Software Architecture Manual, 4.4BSD
+ Edition</title>
+
+ <authorgroup>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>M. K.</firstname>
+
+ <surname>McKusick</surname>
+ </author>
+
+ <author>
+ <firstname>M. J.</firstname>
+
+ <surname>Karels</surname>
+ </author>
+
+ <author>
+ <firstname>S. J.</firstname>
+
+ <surname>Leffler</surname>
+ </author>
+
+ <author>
+ <firstname>W. N.</firstname>
+
+ <surname>Joy</surname>
+ </author>
+
+ <author>
+ <firstname>R. S.</firstname>
+
+ <surname>Faber</surname>
+ </author>
+ </authorgroup>
+
+ <pagenums>5:1-42</pagenums>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+
+
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-ja-fbsdpc98">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>FreeBSD for PC 98'ers (in Japanese)</title>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>SHUWA System Co, LTD.</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <isbn>ISBN 4-87966-468-5 C3055 P2900E</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-ja-fbsd">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>FreeBSD (in Japanese)</title>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>CUTT</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <isbn>ISBN 4-906391-22-2</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-ja-compintro">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>Complete Introduction to FreeBSD (in Japanese)</title>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Shoeisha Co., Ltd</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <isbn>ISBN 4-88135-473-6 P3600E</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-ja-unixstarterkit">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>Personal UNIX Starter Kit FreeBSD (in Japanese)</title>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>ASCII</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <isbn>ISBN 4-7561-1733-3 P3000E</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-ja-fbsdhb">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>FreeBSD Handbook (Japanese translation)</title>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>ASCII</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <isbn>ISBN 4-7561-1580-2 P3800E</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-ge-fbsdmitmeth">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>FreeBSD mit Methode (in German)</title>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Computer und Literature Verlag/Vertrieb Hanser</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1998</pubdate>
+ <isbn>ISBN 3-932311-31-0</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-ja-fbsdinstandutil">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>FreeBSD install and Utilization Manual (in Japanese)</title>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Mainichi Communications Inc.</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-indo-intserv">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>Building Internet Server with FreeBSD (in Indonesia Language)</title>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Elex Media Komputindo</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <authorgroup>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Onno W</firstname>
+ <surname>Purbo</surname>
+ </author>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Dodi</firstname>
+ <surname>Maryanto</surname>
+ </author>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Syahrial</firstname>
+ <surname>Hubbany</surname>
+ </author>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Widjil</firstname>
+ <surname>Widodo</surname>
+ </author>
+ </authorgroup>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-fbsdcorpnetguide">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>The FreeBSD Corporate Networker's Guide</title>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Addison-Wesley</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-unixnutshell">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>UNIX in a Nutshell</title>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>O'Reilly &amp; Associates, Inc.</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1990</pubdate>
+ <isbn>ISBN 093717520X</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-cantfindadmin">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>What You Need To Know When You Can't Find Your Unix System Administrator</title>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>O'Reilly &amp; Associates, Inc.</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1995</pubdate>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Linda</firstname>
+ <surname>Mui</surname>
+ </author>
+ <isbn>ISBN 1-56592-104-6</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-ja-fbsdusrrefman">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>FreeBSD User's Reference Manual (Japanese translation)</title>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Mainichi Communications Inc.</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <corpauthor>Jpman Project, Japan FreeBSD Users Group</corpauthor>
+ <pubdate>1998</pubdate>
+ <isbn>ISBN 4-8399-0088-4 P3800E</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-newcomeunix">
+ <biblioset relation="article">
+ <citetitle pubwork="book"><ulink url="http://unixhelp.ed.ac.uk/">Online Guide
+ for newcomers to the UNIX environment</ulink></citetitle>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername><ulink url="http://www.ed.ac.uk/">Edinburgh University</ulink></publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-dnsandbind">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>DNS and BIND</title>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>O'Reilly &amp; Associates, Inc</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <isbn>ISBN 1-56592-512-2</isbn>
+ <authorgroup>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Paul Albitz</firstname>
+ <surname>Albitz</surname>
+ </author>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Cricket</firstname>
+ <surname>Liu</surname>
+ </author>
+ </authorgroup>
+ <pubdate>1998</pubdate>
+ <edition>3rd edition</edition>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-sendmail">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>Sendmail</title>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>O'Reilly &amp; Associates, Inc</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1997</pubdate>
+ <edition>2nd edition</edition>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Brian</firstname>
+ <surname>Costales</surname>
+ </author>
+ <isbn>ISBN 1-56592-222-0</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-esssysadmin">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>Essential System Administration</title>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>&AElig;leen</firstname>
+ <surname>Frisch</surname>
+ </author>
+ <edition>2nd edition</edition>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>O'Reilly &amp; Associates</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1995</pubdate>
+ <isbn>ISBN 1-56592-127-5</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-tcpipnetworkadministration">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>TCP/IP Network Administration</title>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Craig</firstname>
+ <surname>Hunt</surname>
+ </author>
+ <edition>2nd edition</edition>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>O'Reilly &amp; Associates, Inc</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1997</pubdate>
+ <isbn>ISBN 1-56592-322-7</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-managingnfsandnis">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>Managing NFS and NIS</title>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Hal</firstname>
+ <surname>Stern</surname>
+ </author>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>O'Reilly &amp; Associates, Inc</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1991</pubdate>
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-937175-75-7</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-jpmanprojectjfug">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <citetitle pubwork="book"><ulink url="http://www.pc.mycom.co.jp/FreeBSD/sam.html">
+ FreeBSD System Administration's Manual</ulink></citetitle>
+ <corpauthor><ulink url="http://www.jp.FreeBSD.org">Jpman Project, Japan FreeBSD
+ Users Group</ulink></corpauthor>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername><ulink url="http://www.pc.mycom.co.jp/">Mainichi Communications
+ Inc.</ulink></publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1998</pubdate>
+ <isbn>ISBN 4-8399-0109-0 P3300E</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-xwinsystoolkit">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>X Window System Toolkit</title>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Digital Press</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Paul</firstname>
+ <surname>Asente</surname>
+ </author>
+ <isbn>ISBN 1-55558-051-3</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-carefman">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>C: A Reference Manual</title>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Prentice Hall</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1995</pubdate>
+ <edition>4th edition</edition>
+ <authorgroup>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Samuel P.</firstname>
+ <surname>Harbison</surname>
+ </author>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Guy L. Jr.</firstname>
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+ </author>
+ </authorgroup>
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-13-326224-3</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-thecproglang">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>The C Programming Language</title>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Prentice Hall</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1998</pubdate>
+ <authorgroup>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Brian</firstname>
+ <surname>Kernighan</surname>
+ </author>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Dennis</firstname>
+ <surname>Ritchie</surname>
+ </author>
+ </authorgroup>
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-13-110362-9</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-portingunixsoft">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>Porting UNIX Software</title>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Greg</firstname>
+ <surname>Lehey</surname>
+ </author>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>O'Reilly &amp; Associates, Inc.</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1995</pubdate>
+ <isbn>ISBN 1-56592-126-7</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-thestandardclibrary">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>The Standard C Library</title>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Prentice Hall</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1992</pubdate>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>P. J.</firstname>
+ <surname>Plauger</surname>
+ </author>
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-13-131509-9</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-advprogintheunixenv">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>Advanced Programming in the UNIX Environment</title>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Addison-Wesley</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1992</pubdate>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>W. Richard</firstname>
+ <surname>Stevens</surname>
+ </author>
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-201-56317-7</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-unixnetprog">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>UNIX Network Programming</title>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>W. Richard</firstname>
+ <surname>Stevens</surname>
+ </author>
+ <publisher>
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+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1998</pubdate>
+ <edition>2nd edition</edition>
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-13-490012-X</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-writeserialdriverforunix">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>Writing Serial Drivers for UNIX</title>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Bill</firstname>
+ <surname>Wells</surname>
+ </author>
+ <pubdate>December 1994</pubdate>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Dr. Dobb's Journal</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pagenums>pp68-71, pp97-99</pagenums>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-unixsysarch">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>UNIX System Architecture</title>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Prentice-Hall, Inc</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1990</pubdate>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Prabhat K.</firstname>
+ <surname>Andleigh</surname>
+ </author>
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-13-949843-5</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-portingunixtothe386">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>Porting UNIX to the 386</title>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>William</firstname>
+ <surname>Jolitz</surname>
+ </author>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Dr. Dobb's Journal</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>January 1991-July 1992</pubdate>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-tcpipillv1theprotocols">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>TCP/IP Illustrated, Volume 1: The Protocols</title>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>W. Richard</firstname>
+ <surname>Stevens</surname>
+ </author>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Addison-Wesley</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1996</pubdate>
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-201-63346-9</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-unixsysformodrnarch">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>Unix Systems for Modern Architectures</title>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Addison-Wesley</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Curt</firstname>
+ <surname>Schimmel</surname>
+ </author>
+ <pubdate>1994</pubdate>
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-201-63338-8</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-tcpipillvol3">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>TCP/IP Illustrated, Volume 3: TCP for Transactions, HTTP, NNTP and the UNIX Domain Protocols</title>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Addison-Wesley</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1996</pubdate>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>W. Richard</firstname>
+ <surname>Stevens</surname>
+ </author>
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-201-63495-3</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-unixinternthenewfrontiers">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>UNIX Internals -- The New Frontiers</title>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Uresh</firstname>
+ <surname>Vahalia</surname>
+ </author>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Prentice Hall</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1996</pubdate>
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-13-101908-2</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-tcpipillvol2theimplementation">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>TCP/IP Illustrated, Volume 2: The Implementation</title>
+ <authorgroup>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Gary R.</firstname>
+ <surname>Wright</surname>
+ </author>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>W. Richard</firstname>
+ <surname>Stevens</surname>
+ </author>
+ </authorgroup>
+ <pubdate>1995</pubdate>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Addison-Wesley</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-201-63354-X</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-firewallsandinternetsecurity">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>Firewalls and Internet Security: Repelling the Wily Hacker</title>
+ <authorgroup>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>William R.</firstname>
+ <surname>CHeswick</surname>
+ </author>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Steven M.</firstname>
+ <surname>Bellovin</surname>
+ </author>
+ </authorgroup>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Addison-Wesley</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1995</pubdate>
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-201-63357-4</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-practicalunixsecurity">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>Practical UNIX Security</title>
+ <authorgroup>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Simson</firstname>
+ <surname>Garfinkel</surname>
+ </author>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Gene</firstname>
+ <surname>Spafford</surname>
+ </author>
+ </authorgroup>
+ <pubdate>1996</pubdate>
+ <edition>2nd edition</edition>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>O'Reilly &amp; Associates, Inc</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <isbn>ISBN 1-56592-148-8</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-pgpprettygoodprivacy">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>PGP Pretty Good Privacy</title>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Simson</firstname>
+ <surname>Garfinkel</surname>
+ </author>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>O'Reilly &amp; Associates, Inc</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1995</pubdate>
+ <isbn>ISBN 1-56592-098-8</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-pentiumprocarch">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>Pentium Processor System Architecture</title>
+ <authorgroup>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Don</firstname>
+ <surname>Anderson</surname>
+ </author>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Tom</firstname>
+ <surname>Shanley</surname>
+ </author>
+ </authorgroup>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Addison-Wesley</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1995</pubdate>
+ <edition>2nd edition</edition>
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-201-40992-5</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-progguidetothesvgacards">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>Programmer's Guide to the EGA, VGA, and Super VGA Cards</title>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Richard F.</firstname>
+ <surname>Ferraro</surname>
+ </author>
+ <edition>3rd edition</edition>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Addison-Wesley</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1995</pubdate>
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-201-62490-7</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-80486">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>80486 System Architecture</title>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Tom</firstname>
+ <surname>Shanley</surname>
+ </author>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Addison-Wesley</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1995</pubdate>
+ <edition>3rd edition</edition>
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-201-40994-1</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-isasysarch">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>ISA System Architecture</title>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Tom</firstname>
+ <surname>Shanley</surname>
+ </author>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Addison-Wesley</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <edition>3rd edition</edition>
+ <pubdate>1995</pubdate>
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-201-40996-8</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-pcisysarch">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>PCI System Architecture</title>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Tom</firstname>
+ <surname>Shanley</surname>
+ </author>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Addison-Wesley</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1995</pubdate>
+ <edition>3rd edition</edition>
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-201-40993-3</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-theundocumentedpc">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>The Undocumented PC</title>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Frank</firstname>
+ <surname>Van Gilluwe</surname>
+ </author>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Addison-Wesley</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1994</pubdate>
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-201-62277-7</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-bellsystemtechnicaljournal">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>Bell System Technical Journal, Unix Time-Sharing System</title>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>American Telephone &amp; Telegraph Company</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>July-August 1978</pubdate>
+ <edition>Vol 57, No 6, Part 2</edition>
+ <isbn>ISSN0005-8580</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-commentaryonunix">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>Lion's Commentary on UNIX</title>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>John</firstname>
+ <surname>Lion</surname>
+ </author>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>ITP Media Group</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1996</pubdate>
+ <edition>6th edition</edition>
+ <isbn>ISBN 1573980137</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-newhackerdict">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>The New Hacker's Dictionary</title>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Eric S.</firstname>
+ <surname>Raymond</surname>
+ </author>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>MIT Press</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1996</pubdate>
+ <edition>3rd edition</edition>
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-262-68092-0</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-aqtrcentofunix">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>A quarter century of UNIX</title>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Peter H.</firstname>
+ <surname>Salus</surname>
+ </author>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Addison-Wesley</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1994</pubdate>
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-201-54777-5</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-unixhatershandbook">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>The UNIX-HATERS Handbook</title>
+ <authorgroup>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Steven</firstname>
+ <surname>Strassman</surname>
+ </author>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Daniel</firstname>
+ <surname>Weise</surname>
+ </author>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Simon</firstname>
+ <surname>Garfinkel</surname>
+ </author>
+ </authorgroup>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>IDG Books Worldwide, Inc</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1994</pubdate>
+ <isbn>ISBN 1-56884-203-1</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-lifewithunix">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>Life with UNIX &mdash; special edition</title>
+ <authorgroup>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Don</firstname>
+ <surname>Libes</surname>
+ </author>
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Sandy</firstname>
+ <surname>Ressler</surname>
+ </author>
+ </authorgroup>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Prentice-Hall</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <pubdate>1989</pubdate>
+ <isbn>ISBN 0-13-536657-7</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-bsdfamilytree">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <citetitle pubwork="book">
+ <ulink url="ftp://ftp.uk.FreeBSD.org/pub/FreeBSD/FreeBSD-current/src/share/misc/bsd-family-tree">
+ The BSD Family Tree</ulink></citetitle>
+ <pubdate>1997</pubdate>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="absolutebsd">
+ <biblioset relation="book">
+ <title>Absolute BSD</title>
+
+ <author>
+ <firstname>Michael</firstname>
+
+ <surname>Lucas</surname>
+ </author>
+
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>No Starch Press</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+
+ <pubdate>June 2002</pubdate>
+
+ <isbn>ISBN 1-886411-74-3</isbn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-ccppusersjournal">
+ <biblioset relation="magazine">
+ <title>The C/C++ Users Journal</title>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>R&amp;D Publications Inc.</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <issn>ISSN 1075-2838</issn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
+
+ <biblioentry id="biblio-sysadminthejournalforunixsysadmins">
+ <biblioset relation="magazine">
+ <title>Sys Admin &mdash; The Journal for UNIX System Administrators</title>
+ <publisher>
+ <publishername>Miller Freeman, Inc</publishername>
+ </publisher>
+ <issn>ISSN 1061-2688</issn>
+ </biblioset>
+ </biblioentry>
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+ <category id="europe">Europe</category>
+ <category id="nzealand">New Zealand</category>
+ <category id="namerica">North America</category>
+ <category id="samerica">South America</category>
+ </categories>
+
+ <entry id="Aaronsen" category="namerica">
+ <name>Aaronsen Group, Ltd</name>
+ <url>http://www.aaronsen.com/freebsd/</url>
+ <description>
+ Aaronsen Group, Ltd. advises on and implements a wide range of
+ internetworking technologies, including remote access, wide area
+ networks, international telecommunications, Intranetworking, web
+ applications and local area services. Many of our custom web-enabled
+ solutions are engineered using FreeBSD, Apache, mod_perl, and
+ MySQL/Oracle. Please email us at <a
+ href="mailto:info@aaronsen.com">info@aaronsen.com</a>. Our web site
+ is at <a href="http://www.aaronsen.com">http://www.aaronsen.com</a>
+ and we can be reached via telephone at +1.412.391.6000.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Adimus" category="europe">
+ <name>Adimus GmbH &amp; Co. KG</name>
+ <url>http://www.adimus.de/</url>
+ <description>
+ Adimus GmbH &amp; Co. KG is a company based in Bochum, Germany. As a
+ consulting partner we provide services in system administration for
+ all flavors of Unix and Microsoft Windows, design and maintenance of
+ LANs and WANs, IT security auditing and database management.
+ Solutions for intra- and internet servers as well as our firewall
+ toolkit are based on FreeBSD and third-party products from Compaq,
+ Peacock, Cisco and Ascend. For more information please contact <a
+ href="mailto:info@adimus.de">info@adimus.de</a> or visit our <a
+ href="http://www.adimus.de/">website</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Acadix" category="namerica">
+ <name>Acadix, LLC</name>
+ <url>http://www.acadix.biz</url>
+ <description>
+ Acadix, LLC offers a full range of services for FreeBSD and other
+ platforms, including system integration, file servers, WEB servers,
+ and programming/porting. Acadix provides on-site services to
+ businesses, schools, and charitable organizations in the Milwaukee
+ metro area. Programming services are available to all locations in
+ the U.S. For more information, please <a
+ href="http://acadix.biz">visit our website</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Advance" category="namerica">
+ <name>Advance Systems Group</name>
+ <url>http://www.advansys.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ Advance Systems Group builds, administrates, and maintains
+ Intranet/Internet networks using FreeBSD and other UNIX operating
+ systems. ASG also provides a variety of other services including
+ domain name hosting, web site construction, and software training.
+ For more information, please phone us at +1.317.507.4229, e-mail <a
+ href="mailto:sales@advansys.net">sales@advansys.net</a>, or <a
+ href="http://www.advansys.net/">visit our web site</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ateamsystems" category="namerica">
+ <name>A-Team Systems</name>
+ <url>http://www.ateamsystems.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ A-Team Systems has over 15 years of experience helping clients
+ leverage the power of &os; in combination with other open source
+ software such as PHP, MySQL and Apache in a secure, customized
+ and cohesive way. We've been with &os; since version 1.0! We
+ can help you with your existing deployment or future plans:
+ From encrypted backups to web and mail servers. Visit our
+ <a href="http://www.ateamsystems.com/">website</a> for more
+ information.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ALE" category="europe">
+ <name>ALE Software</name>
+ <url>http://linux.wroclaw.pl/</url>
+ <description>
+ We offer IT consulting, systems integration and corporate information
+ systems based on BSD software. For more information, email
+ <a href="mailto:admin@linux.wroclaw.pl">admin@linux.wroclaw.pl</a> or
+ visit our <a href="http://linux.wroclaw.pl">website</a>. We operate
+ mostly in Eastern Europe (Poland).
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Adminia" category="europe">
+ <name>Adminia Sistemas</name>
+ <url>http://www.adminia.es/</url>
+ <description>
+ Adminia offers technological consulting and professional system
+ administration services, specializing in free software and virtualized
+ high-availability environments. We have over 15 years experience in
+ using and customizing FreeBSD systems in data processing centres,
+ small and medium-sized businesses and universities. We are located in
+ Madrid, Spain. Contact us for reliable and expert partnership via
+ <a href="mailto:contacto@adminia.es">email</a> or visit our
+ <a href="http://www.adminia.es">website</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="anonbsd" category="samerica">
+ <name>AnonBSD Inc.</name>
+ <url>https://sites.google.com/site/anonbsd/</url>
+ <description>
+ We provide IT environment consulting. Support in FreeBSD, OpenBSD,
+ Linux (Debian, RedHat, SUSE, Gentoo, Slackware) and OpenSolaris. High
+ availability, virtualization, monitoring, security, deployment,
+ network infrastructure. We service in S&#227;o Paulo/SP and
+ Campinas/SP in Brazil. Contact us via e-mail (<a
+ href="mailto:ricardo.ichizo@gmail.com">ricardo.ichizo@gmail.com</a>) or
+ by phone at +55 (19) 8202-1567.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="BITNETS" category="namerica">
+ <name>BITNETS Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.bitnets.com</url>
+ <description>
+ BITNETS Inc. specializes in BIND, Apache, Postfix, Courier-IMAP and
+ a variety of server components running on FreeBSD with emphasis on
+ security and stability. Services include consulting on server
+ evaluation, installation and configuration and FreeBSD-based managed
+ secure e-mail hosting. We are located in St. Albert,
+ serving the Edmonton area of Alberta, Canada. Call us toll-free in
+ North America at 1-877-BITNETS for general enquiries or
+ <a href="http://www.bitnets.com/contact">e-mail us</a>.
+ Winners of the chamber of commerce InfoTech Award of Distinction.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="blappitconsulting" category="europe">
+ <name>Blapp IT Consulting</name>
+ <url>http://www.blapp-it-consulting.ch/</url>
+ <description>
+ Located in Basel/Switzerland, Blapp-IT-Consulting provides
+ consulting services related to complex mail routing and gateway
+ solutions, SaaS, BSD Hosting, Internet servers and infrastructure,
+ programming, FreeBSD and other BSD operating systems, security
+ auditing/firewalls, system administration, etc. For more
+ information please visit our <a
+ href="http://www.blapp-it-consulting.ch/">website</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="BMK" category="australia">
+ <name>B.M.K. Industries</name>
+ <url>http://www.bmk.com.au</url>
+ <description>
+ B.M.K. Industries is located in Melbourne Australia and specializes
+ in setting up low cost routers and servers (Web, E-Mail, FTP, DNS and
+ Secure Web Servers ) all using FreeBSD. Setting up Permanent Modem &amp;
+ ISDN Internet Connections is also a specialty. <a
+ href="http://www.bmk.com.au">Please visit our web page.</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="bpa" category="europe">
+ <name>Black Point Arts Internet Solutions GmbH</name>
+ <url>http://www.bpanet.de/</url>
+ <description>
+ Black Point Arts Internet Solutions GmbH is located in Germany
+ (Frankfurt/Main). We have experiences with FreeBSD, Linux and Windows
+ Servers. Our business activities include hosting/homing, programming
+ and webdesign. We develop solutions for your intra-, extra- and
+ internet needs. For more informations you can visit <a
+ href="http://www.bpanet.de/">our website</a> or write an email to
+ <a href="mailto:service@bpanet.de">service@bpanet.de</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="BSDConsulting" category="europe">
+ <name>BSD Consulting</name>
+ <url>http://www.bsdconsulting.no/</url>
+ <description>
+ BSD Consulting provides consulting services related to Internet
+ servers/infrastructure, programming, FreeBSD &amp; BSD operating
+ systems, security auditing/firewalls, system administration, etc.
+ Based in Oslo, Norway.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="catpipe" category="europe">
+ <name>catpipe Systems</name>
+ <url>http://www.catpipe.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ catpipe Systems ApS provide managed services and support contracts
+ for FreeBSD implemented on rackmountable servers preloaded with
+ FreeBSD.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ChinaIS" category="asia">
+ <name>China Internet Service</name>
+ <url>http://www.1260.cn/</url>
+ <description>
+ China Internet Services <a href="http://www.1260.cn">www.1260.cn</a>
+ is a China Internet Email and Webhosting provider offering UNIX
+ shell accounts, web hosting, mailman and ezmlm, pop3, imap, webmail
+ (squirrelmail), mysql, php, fastcgi and mod_perl hosting on FreeBSD
+ servers in Nanjing. Phone: 0086-25-84527765.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="CloudBT" category="australia">
+ <name>Cloud BT IT Support</name>
+ <url>http://www.it-support.com.au/</url>
+ <description>
+ Cloud BT provides IT support and other IT services to businesses in
+ Australia, including system maintenance, <a
+ href="http://www.it-support.com.au/data-recovery/">data
+ recovery</a>, and ongoing IT consulting. We also provide a range of
+ scalable cloud solutions to our business clients. In our day-to-day
+ operation we support numerous platforms including FreeBSD, Linux and
+ other Unix-based environments. Call us on 1300 737 205 or visit our
+ <a href="http://www.it-support.com.au/">website</a> for more
+ information.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Clue" category="namerica">
+ <name>Clue Computing, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.clue.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Clue Computing, Inc. has over 10 years of UNIX experience,
+ specializing in system administration, networking, and security.
+ Custom application development and testing available, including
+ device drivers, kernel work, etc. We offer sales, assembly, and
+ installation of FreeBSD systems for any application. For more
+ information, email <a href="mailto:info@clue.com">info@clue.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Codeangels" category="europe">
+ <name>Codeangels Solutions</name>
+ <url>http://www.codeangels.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Codeangels Solutions GmbH based in Switzerland, region Zuerich.
+ Offers its customers a range of IT Security, Network and UNIX
+ Services. We utilize and support FreeBSD in our services and
+ solutions.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="CodeGen" category="namerica">
+ <name>CodeGen Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.codegen.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ CodeGen, Inc. provide consulting and programming services,
+ specializing in embedded systems. For more information, email <a
+ href="mailto:info@codegen.com">info@codegen.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ColoAdvisor" category="namerica">
+ <name>ColoAdvisor</name>
+ <url>http://www.coloadvisor.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Located in New Jersey, ColoAdvisor finds the best fit hosting,
+ colocation and cloud computing services based on technical,
+ geographical and financial needs. Contact us for an immediate
+ site assessment and to begin the process. Either via <a
+ href="mailto:info@coloadvisor.com">email</a> or via phone
+ (+1-877-732-4003, press 1 to speak to an advisor for a free
+ consultation).
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Collective" category="namerica">
+ <name>Collective Technologies</name>
+ <url>http://www.colltech.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Collective Technologies is the recognized leader in systems
+ management services for distributed enterprise computing
+ environments. Collective Technologies highly skilled consultants
+ combine technical expertise with solid business sense to develop
+ world-class IT solutions. Collective Technologies specializes in
+ keeping complex computer systems running reliably offering a full
+ range of support services including UNIX, NT, Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD
+ and NetBSD to address the needs of a client's systems management
+ lifecycle. The company is headquartered in Austin, Texas, with 19
+ offices nationwide. For more information, visit <a
+ href="http://www.colltech.com">our website</a> or e-mail us at <a
+ href="mailto:contact@colltech.com">contact@colltech.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="CoreSoftware" category="australia">
+ <name>Core Software</name>
+ <url>http://www.coresoftware.net.au</url>
+ <description>
+ Core Software is based in Perth, Western Australia. We are a
+ consulting company specializing in OpenBSD, FreeBSD, Linux and
+ Windows. We work with firewalls, Virtual Private Networks, Database
+ Servers, Email and Web Servers, Security, WAN/LAN implementations,
+ Multi OS networks. You can contact us <a
+ href="http://www.coresoftware.net.au/contact.html">here</a> or visit
+ our <a href="http://www.coresoftware.net.au">website</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="DataPipe" category="namerica">
+ <name>DataPipe</name>
+ <url>http://www.datapipe.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Built on a rock-solid network and immediate live customer support,
+ DataPipe is a trusted hosting company providing secure managed
+ solutions. Our specialized teams of passionate professionals take
+ a personal interest in each client's unique needs, enabling
+ businesses to outsource with confidence. With world-class
+ facilities strategically located in the New York Metropolitan
+ &amp; Silicon Valley areas, Hong Kong and London, UK, DataPipe
+ offers custom FreeBSD solutions and expert FreeBSD support 24
+ hours a day, 365 days a year.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="DeLorentz" category="europe">
+ <name>DeLorentz &amp; Partners</name>
+ <url>http://www.delorentz.nl/</url>
+ <description>
+ DeLorentz &amp; Partners is a consulting firm based in Hilversum
+ in the Netherlands. We offer various types of consulting and
+ support on FreeBSD. Info at <a href="mailto:info@delorentz.nl">
+ info@delorentz.nl</a> or phone us at Tel: +31 (0)35 - 624 44 66.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Dextra" category="samerica">
+ <name>Dextra Solu&#231;&#245;es em Inform&#225;tica</name>
+ <url>http://www.dextra.com.br/</url>
+ <description>
+ Dextra Solu&#231;&#245;es em Inform&#225;tica. Specialized
+ consulting in TCP/IP networks, capacity and contingency planning,
+ UNIX systems and network administration, system security and
+ firewalls, VPNs implementation, Internet/Intranets projects. For more
+ information, please phone us at +55.19.251.3644 (Brazil), e-mail <a
+ href="mailto:staff@dextra.com.br">staff@dextra.com.br</a>, or <a
+ href="http://www.dextra.com.br/">visit our web site</a> (in
+ Portuguese).
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="DieWebmaster" category="europe">
+ <name>Die Webmaster Gmbh</name>
+ <url>http://www.diewebmaster.at</url>
+ <description>
+ Die Webmaster Gmbh - We are a consulting company from Linz, Austria
+ and offer a wide range of FreeBSD based services: FreeBSD
+ installation, integration, troubleshooting, maintenance, FreeBSD
+ based hosting (for example jail servers), serverhousing, hardware
+ selection, configuration and support. e-mail: <a
+ href="mailto:info@diewebmaster.at">info@diewebmaster.at</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="EscapeBox" category="europe">
+ <name>EscapeBox</name>
+ <url>http://www.escapebox.net/en/</url>
+ <description>
+ More than 20 years of IT experience on demand! The EscapeBox
+ Germany GmbH, founded in 2002, is a small but agile company that
+ offers IT consulting services. We can support our clients both
+ from remote and on location, as desired. So, if you are looking
+ for capable freelancers for your projects, please do not hesitate
+ to <a href="http://www.escapebox.net/en/contact.html">contact</a>
+ us today!
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="EssenzConsulting" category="namerica">
+ <name>Essenz Consulting</name>
+ <url>http://www.essenz.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Essenz Consulting is a web services and products provider. We offer
+ custom built High-Performance Intel based <a
+ href="http://www.essenz.com/open.html">Workstations</a> and <a
+ href="http://www.essenz.com/server.html">Servers</a>. These systems
+ are 100% FreeBSD compatible. Our systems feature Ultra2-LVD SCSI,
+ high speed networking, Dual Pentium III and Dual Pentium III XEON
+ processors, and many other fault tolerant and backup features. For
+ more information contact <a
+ href="mailto:sales@essenz.com">sales@essenz.com</a> or visit us at <a
+ href="http://www.essenz.com">http://www.essenz.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="TheFreeBSDMall" category="namerica">
+ <name>The FreeBSD Mall</name>
+ <url>http://www.freebsdmall.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ The FreeBSD Mall offers several different levels of support contracts
+ for FreeBSD. Support is available on a per-incident basis, or as a
+ convenient, extensible annual contract. Our highly trained technical
+ support staff will handle your requests in a professional and
+ efficient manner and will provide detailed responses to your needs by
+ phone, fax, or email. The FreeBSD Mall staff has over 8 years of
+ experience supporting FreeBSD.
+ For more information, please see <a
+ href="http://www.freebsdmall.com/support/">our support page</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="FarNorthNetworks" category="australia">
+ <name>Far North Networks</name>
+ <url>http://www.networks.nq.nu/</url>
+ <description>
+ Far North Networks, Based in Innisfail, North Queensland (About 100Km
+ South of Cairns). Focus is on business network support providing low
+ cost file/print servers based on FreeBSD. We also specialize in
+ setting up internet gateways/firewalls. For more information send us
+ an email to <a
+ href="mailto:info@networks.nq.nu">info@networks.nq.nu</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="FrigateNetworks" category="namerica">
+ <name>Frigate Networks</name>
+ <url>http://www.frigate.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ frigate networks provides network troubleshooting, system
+ administration, kernel development and ports of BSD software to
+ commercial products such as routers and firewalls. Our Email, DNS,
+ and WWW servers run FreeBSD. We also provide network management
+ solutions based on HTTP and tcl. For more information please <a
+ href="http://www.frigate.com/">visit our web site</a>, call us at
+ +1.650.903.2266, or send email to <a
+ href="mailto:info@frigate.com">info@frigate.com></a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="FSCInternet" category="namerica">
+ <name>FSC Internet</name>
+ <url>http://www.fscinternet.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ FSC Internet is Canada's largest FreeBSD consulting firm. FSC's
+ clients include numerous top-tier corporations (e.g. Mazda, Heinz),
+ as well as mid-sized companies (e.g. the Vermont Telephone Company)
+ and the public sector. FSC provides full consulting, implementation,
+ support, and training services for all FreeBSD applications,
+ including a special focus on security, high-performance Web
+ applications, and Intranets. Please email us at <a
+ href="mailto:info@fscinternet.com">info@fscinternet.com</a> or call
+ us at +1.416.921.4280 for further information.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="GNUnetworks" category="europe">
+ <name>GNUnetworks</name>
+ <url>http://www.gnun.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ GNUnetworks is a System's consultancy group focused on free
+ software. We provide FreeBSD and Linux servers for Internet /
+ Intranet as well as embedded systems for firewalling and data
+ processing.<br /><br />Phone: +34-937340794<br />web:
+ <a href="http://www.gnun.net">http://www.gnun.net</a><br />
+ mail: <a href="mailto:info@gnun.net">info@gnun.net</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="GurixWebProfessionals" category="namerica">
+ <name>Gurix Web Professionals</name>
+ <url>http://www.gurix.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Gurix Web Professionals Web Development, design, and custom
+ application programming using both open source and proprietary
+ environments. Services also include private consulting, emergency
+ response coordination and various IT solutions to maximize the
+ effectiveness of your business.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="HerrinSoftware" category="namerica">
+ <name>Herrin Software Development</name>
+ <url>http://www.hsdi.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Herrin Software Development, Inc., creator of <em>Qddb</em>, provides
+ custom software development, internet consulting, general computer
+ consulting, and training services. For more information email us at
+ <a href="mailto:info@hsdi.com">info@hsdi.com</a> or <a
+ href="http://www.hsdi.com/">visit our web site</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="hntsolutions" category="namerica">
+ <name>HNT Solutions</name>
+ <url>http://www.hntsolutions.com</url>
+ <description>
+ HNT Solutions provides complete &os; support services and
+ consulting. Please contact us at <a
+ href="mailto:unix@hntsolutions.com">unix@hntsolutions.com</a> or
+ visit our <a
+ href="http://www.hntsolutions.com/unixpractice">website</a>
+ for more information.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="GregLehey" category="australia">
+ <name>Greg Lehey</name>
+ <url>http://www.lemis.com/~grog/</url>
+ <description>
+ Greg Lehey has over 20 years industry experience in all system
+ programming and systems administration disciplines, including device
+ drivers, kernel debugging, compilers, libraries, performance
+ analysis, and site planning. He is the author of <a
+ href="http://www.lemis.com/vinum.html">
+ The Vinum Volume Manager</a>, a virtual disk driver which includes
+ software RAID, and also the books
+ <a href="http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/port/">
+ Porting UNIX Software</a> and <a
+ href="http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/cfreebsd/">
+ The Complete FreeBSD</a>. Contact him <a
+ href="mailto:grog@FreeBSD.org">
+ via Email</a>,
+ or visit his <a href= "http://www.lemis.com/~grog">web site</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="IKTech" category="europe">
+ <name>IKTech</name>
+ <url>http://www.iktech.net</url>
+ <description>
+ IKTech Dipl.-Ing. Gernot Schmied is a high-end systems integrator and
+ UNIX competence center located in Vienna, Austria. We especially
+ focus on telecommunications, networking and security aspects for NPO,
+ corporate and Service Provider/Carrier customers. We use selected
+ commercial products as well as FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, Linux and
+ Solaris and are the premier competence center with regards to
+ advanced routing gateways. For inquiries please contact <a
+ href="mailto:office@iktech.net?subject=IKTech%20inquiry%20with%20rega
+ rds%20to%20www.freebsd.org%20listing">office@iktech.net</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Ipsure" category="europe">
+ <name>Ipsure ICT Consultancy Services</name>
+ <url>http://www.ipsure.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Ipsure offers IT strategic planning, system integration, maintenance,
+ administration and counsultancy services to SMEs and large
+ enterprises. The scope of our services range from initial setup of
+ the physical layer components through the application level tuning
+ and auditing stages. Although we provide various solutions over any
+ other *NIX systems, we have a seasoned experience in building and
+ managing clustered server environments which are particularly based
+ on FreeBSD for delivering secure and stabile applications under
+ ultra high workloads. Our company is located in Istanbul, Turkey.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="GlobalTechnopolis" category="asia">
+ <name>Global Technopolis Corporation</name>
+ <url>http://globaltechnopolis.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Located in Tokyo, Japan, The Global Technopolis Corporation provides
+ computing technology consulting services including strategy and
+ implementation proposals, administration, maintenance, hosting,
+ support, and training for <a
+ href="http://globaltechnopolis.com/services/consulting/operating-systems-and-platforms/bsd/freebsd/index.html">FreeBSD</a>.
+ Our engineers can assist your business to set up routers/gateways,
+ web servers, applications servers, database servers, backup
+ servers and so forth. Professional project management and on-time
+ delivery within budget is always our commitment to our clients.
+ For further details, please visit our <a
+ href="http://globaltechnopolis.com/">web site</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Hypermetrica" category="europe">
+ <name>Hypermetrica</name>
+ <url>http://www.esliadmina.net</url>
+ <description>
+ IT-consulting company Hypermetrica provides IT consulting and
+ professional system administration services. We develop
+ high-available environments, web and network services for small
+ and medium-sized businesses based on FreeBSD and other UNIX
+ operating systems. Our office is located in Moscow, Russia.
+ Contact us for consulting via <a
+ href="mailto:info@hypermetrica.ru">email</a> or visit our <a
+ href="http://www.esliadmina.net">website</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Imtelkom" category="asia">
+ <name>Institut Manajemen Telkom</name>
+ <url>http://www.imtelkom.ac.id/</url>
+ <description>
+ Institut Manajemen Telkom is an educational institution, working
+ thoroughly to create a free Academic Suite system standing firmly
+ on top of FOSS (FreeBSD, Apache, MySQL, PHP). We just want to
+ promote and encourage people (especially academician) to use FreeBSD
+ for their platform, thus we are happily helping others by providing
+ consultant service to train them using FreeBSD. We provide
+ discussion and consultant service mainly in Indonesian language.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="InformSystem" category="asia">
+ <name>Inform System Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.inform.co.jp/</url>
+ <description>
+ Inform System Inc. is a FreeBSD/Internet/DataBase consulting company.
+ Located in Osaka Japan, we offer a wide range of services to school
+ and small businesses. For further details, please <a
+ href="http://www.inform.co.jp/">visit our web site</a>, or send email
+ to <a href="mailto:info@inform.co.jp">info@inform.co.jp</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="innominate" category="europe">
+ <name>innominate AG</name>
+ <url>http://innominate.de/</url>
+ <description>
+ innominate AGis a Linux, *BSD and Open Source service provider based
+ in Berlin, Germany. Not only as consulting partner but also as system
+ administrator, programmer, supporter and trainer we offer the full
+ range of services with a heavy focus on Open Source products. Many of
+ our tailor-made products are engineered using apache, Perl, Zope,
+ MySQL and Oracle running on Linux and *BSD. For further information
+ please contact <a
+ href="mailto:info@innominate.de">info@innominate.de</a> or visit our
+ <a href="http://innominate.de/">website</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="InterACT" category="europe">
+ <name>InterACT</name>
+ <url>http://www.interact.se</url>
+ <description>
+ InterACT is a Sweden based provider of Consultancy and Custom
+ Development Services. Principal consultant <a
+ href="mailto:cl@interact.se">Chris Lindbergh</a> has over 10 years
+ system software development experience on BSD based platforms. Areas
+ of expertise include Firewall and Networking System setup, custom
+ development in C and C++, and supply of turnkey solutions. For
+ further information, contact us by email at: <a
+ href="mailto:info@interact.se">info@interact.se</a>, or phone Sweden
+ on +46 (0)920-888 03
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ITSchulungen" category="europe">
+ <name>IT-schulungen.com</name>
+ <url>http://www.it-schulungen.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Located in Germany, IT-Schulungen.com is a portal for IT-Trainings
+ (both individual workshops and public seminars) and offers
+ training and consulting for different Open Source systems including <a
+ href="http://www.it-schulungen.com/seminare/serversysteme/freebsd/index.html">FreeBSD</a>.
+ For further information please call 01805 120 222 (from within
+ Germany) or visit our <a
+ href="http://www.it-schulungen.com">website</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ITSecurity" category="namerica">
+ <name>It Security Services</name>
+ <url>http://www.itsecuritymn.com</url>
+ <description>
+ IT Security Services is based in Minneapolis, Minnesota and serves
+ the Twin Cities. We provide a complete line of security services,
+ such as audits, secure servers, and new network installations with
+ emphasis on security. We are highly skilled with FreeBSD, and can
+ use it to run extremely fast and reliable servers using all popular
+ services. You can reach us at <a href="mailto:
+ info@itsecuritymn.com">info@itsecuritymn.com</a>, or our web site at
+ <a href="http://www.itsecuritymn.com">http://www.itsecuritymn.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="iXsystems" category="namerica">
+ <name>iXsystems, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.ixsystems.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Based in the heart of Silicon Valley in San Jose, California, iXsystems
+ offers FreeBSD technical support and custom development with a devoted
+ Professional Services and Call Center based in the US to assist with issues.
+ Getting FreeBSD up and running is fast and easy, but having expert help
+ on-hand to solve your problems can take your solution to new heights. From
+ optimizing your small office set-up to guidance on very large deployments,
+ our team can ensure you get the most from FreeBSD.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="OKTS" category="namerica">
+ <name>Okanagan Technology Solutions</name>
+ <url>http://www.okts.ca/</url>
+ <description>
+ Okanagan Technology Solutions specializes in open source
+ technologies, in particular FreeBSD, Perl, Apache, and MySQL for
+ clients in the beautiful Okanagan region of British Columbia.
+ For more information, please visit our <a
+ href="http://www.okts.ca">web site</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="LNC" category="namerica">
+ <name>Linux Network Care</name>
+ <url>http://www.linuxnetworkcare.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Linux Network Care is based in Toronto, Ontario. Our company is
+ specialized in providing Linux and FreeBSD based solutions for
+ small, medium and corporate sized businesses. We provide
+ ourselves on our delivery of dependable network solutions, world
+ class server administration, tight server security and easy to
+ understand Linux training. We also provide desktop integration
+ with Ubuntu Linux.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Lionra" category="europe">
+ <name>Lionra Support Services Ltd.</name>
+ <url>http://www.lionra.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Lionra Support Services Ltd. provides IT solutions including
+ tailored network infrastructure, custom-designed servers, remote
+ administration and security audits. We have over 10 years
+ experience in the IT sector, specializing in *BSD, GNU/Linux
+ &amp; Open Source software. Further information about Lionra
+ Support Services Ltd. and the services we offer can be found at
+ <a href="http://www.lionra.com/">http://www.lionra.com/</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Schweikhardt" category="europe">
+ <name>Jens Schweikhardt</name>
+ <url>http://www.schweikhardt.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ Jens Schweikhardt, located near <b>Stuttgart/Germany</b>, is a
+ FreeBSD committer with 20 years of Unix experience who won several
+ national and international programming contests. If you have a
+ problem that can be solved using the Unix toolbox (preferably C,
+ perl, shell) he is the one to make it happen. With his background in
+ Unix Standardization he will make sure your investment runs portably
+ and efficiently on all the Unices you care for. Contact him via <a
+ href="mailto:schweikh@FreeBSD.org">schweikh@FreeBSD.org</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Stacey" category="europe">
+ <name>Julian Stacey</name>
+ <url>http://www.berklix.com/~jhs/cv/</url>
+ <description>
+ <a href="http://berklix.com/">Net services &amp; systems
+ engineering</a>, UNIX since 1978, Maintains a <a
+ href="http://berklix.com/~jhs/consultants/">FreeBSD Commercial
+ Consultants Index</a> (<b>sorted geographically &amp; by full
+ &amp; part timers)</b>. Be sure to visit his page!
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="MediaCenter" category="europe">
+ <name>MediaCenter</name>
+ <url>http://www.umc.se/</url>
+ <description>
+ MediaCenter, Ume&#230;, Sweden. Located in northern Sweden we offer
+ professional consulting and programming for secure inter/intranet
+ solutions using FreeBSD and UNIX(-like) operating systems. We also
+ work high performance database programming, primarily using
+ PostgreSQL. For more information, please send email to <a
+ href="mailto:info@umc.se">info@umc.se</a>, or visit our website (<a
+ href="http://www.umc.se/">http://www.umc.se/</a>)
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="mediaup" category="europe">
+ <name>MediaUp Webdesign</name>
+ <url>http://www.mediaup.de</url>
+ <description>
+ MediaUp Webdesign is located in Duesseldorf, Germany. We offer
+ professional FreeBSD installation, consulting and server solutions
+ for business customers in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. For
+ more information and contact details please visit our <a
+ href="http://www.mediaup.de">website</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="MindStep" category="namerica">
+ <name>MindStep Corp.</name>
+ <url>http://www.mindstep.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ MindStep Corp. configure and maintain Intranet/Internet networks
+ using FreeBSD and other Unix operating systems. MindStep also offers
+ products and provides software development services customized to fit
+ the needs of corporations of any size.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="MidwestSystems" category="namerica">
+ <name>Midwest Systems Solutions, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.midwestsystems.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Midwest Systems Solutions Inc. , based in Winnipeg Canada, provides
+ hardware, software and consulting services including LAN, WAN, remote
+ access, file and printer servers, Internet solutions and support and
+ administration of FreeBSD and Linux systems. Midwest Systems
+ specializes in Web, FTP, Internet Gateways, firewall solutions based
+ on FreeBSD and Linux. Midwest Systems Solutions also offers both
+ virtual and dedicated webhosting solutions. For more information,
+ please contact <a
+ href="mailto:info@midwestsystems.com">mailto:info@midwestsystems.com</a>
+ or visit our website at <a
+ href="http://www.midwestsystems.com/">www.midwestsystems.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Nesbitt" category="namerica">
+ <name>Nesbitt &amp; Associates</name>
+ <url>http://www.nesbitt.ca/</url>
+ <description>
+ Nesbitt &amp; Associates is based in Vancouver, Canada, but
+ have worked with clients all over the world. We specialize
+ in open source technologies, in particular, FreeBSD, Perl,
+ Apache, mod_perl and MySQL. For more information, please visit
+ <a href="http://www.nesbitt.ca/">our web site</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Netgraft" category="namerica">
+ <name>Netgraft Corp.</name>
+ <url>http://netgraft.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Netgraft Corp. is a technology consulting firm that specializes in
+ open source technologies like Linux, FreeBSD, MySQL, Apache,
+ Sendmail, BIND, etc. We're New York City based and can provide
+ on-site support and customized business solutions based on these
+ technologies.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Netizen" category="australia">
+ <name>Netizen</name>
+ <url>http://netizen.com.au/</url>
+ <description>
+ Netizen, based in Melbourne, Australia, provide Internet and Open
+ Source consultancy services, including FreeBSD installation,
+ configuration, support contracts, applications development,
+ E-Commerce solutions, etc. See <a
+ href="http://netizen.com.au/">http://netizen.com.au/</a> or email <a
+ href="mailto:info@netizen.com.au">info@netizen.com.au</a> for more
+ information.</description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="NixSys" category="europe">
+ <name>NixSys BVBA</name>
+ <url>http://www.nixsys.be/</url>
+ <description>
+ NixSys specializes in the development, maintenance and deployment
+ of Free and Open Source Software on any scale. Remote and on-site
+ systems administration, particularly in the areas of mail and dns,
+ are also available. <a href="mailto:philip@nixsys.be">Contact us</a>
+ for more information and rates.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="OmarSiddique" category="namerica">
+ <name>Omar Siddique</name>
+ <url>http://www.heedme.com/resume</url>
+ <description>
+ <a href="http://www.heedme.com">Omar Siddique</a> is a Washington,
+ D.C. based consultant with broad experience in FreeBSD, Linux,
+ Solaris. His specialties include internet services, systems
+ integration, system administration, and networking. Contact him
+ via <a href="mailto:omar@heedme.com">omar@heedme.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Omniscient" category="namerica">
+ <name>Omniscient Technologies</name>
+ <url>http://www.omniscient.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Omniscient Technologies is a Washington D.C. based consulting group
+ with a broad array of experience in *BSD, Solaris, Linux and many
+ other varieties of UNIX specializing in highly scalable systems,
+ systems integration and network security. Custom application design
+ also available. Contact via <a
+ href="mailto:info@omniscient.com">info@omniscient.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="OpenAssociates" category="namerica">
+ <name>Open Source Associates, LLC</name>
+ <url>http://www.OpenSourceAssociates.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Open Source Associates LLC is a St. Louis, Missouri based consulting
+ firm specializing in the support of all things Open Source related
+ with strong emphasis on FreeBSD, MySQL, Sendmail, BIND, and Apache.
+ Open Source's highly skilled consultants are available for telephone
+ support as well as support contracts and onsite consulting
+ engagements anywhere in the United States. We have particular
+ expertise in the design, implementation, and support of highly
+ available clustered websites. We specialize in remote administration
+ and management to keep complex systems running reliably. For more
+ information email us at <a href="mailto:info@opensourceassociates.com"
+ >info@opensourceassociates.com</a> or call toll-free 866-343-2589.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="OpenSOS" category="asia">
+ <name>OpenSOS SB</name>
+ <url>http://www.opensos.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ OpenSOS SB is a company which provides consulting and professional
+ services for FreeBSD based solutions based in Kuala Lumpur,
+ Malaysia. We also provide maintenance and support services
+ in Malaysia. We can operate at short notice in any region in
+ Asia for a truly professional quick-to-service operational
+ capability. However we are willing to consider projects outside
+ Malaysia. We are specialized in FreeBSD, MacOSX and basically
+ in all kinds of UNIX systems.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="OpenWorld" category="namerica">
+ <name>OpenWorld</name>
+ <url>http://www.stdio.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ OpenWorld has been providing computer, network, and security
+ consulting since 1994. Our clients? range from Fortune 500 companies
+ to regional small businesses. Our engineers each have at least 10
+ years of experience in Unix systems and networks. We provide full
+ service consulting, implementation, installation, security, and
+ support for FreeBSD, SUN Solaris, SCO Unixware, SCO OpenServer, SGI
+ Irix, IBM AIX, Compaq Digital Unix, and Cisco IOS. Please email us at
+ <a href="mailto:info@stdio.com">info@stdio.com</a> or call us at
+ 606-514-1800 for further information.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Puryear" category="namerica">
+ <name>Puryear Information Technology, LLC</name>
+ <url>http://www.puryear-it.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Puryear Information Technology, LLC provides open source application
+ support, integration services, and technology management expertise to
+ the Southeastern United States. Our company plays a pivotal role in
+ the design and deployment of open source solutions--we have worked
+ with companies to design and manage FreeBSD and Linux web farms;
+ deployed open source-based clustering software to ensure high
+ availability of critical network services; performed critical
+ performance tuning and software integration for a popular spam filter
+ appliance; and integrated Samba into Internet-accessible, VPN-based
+ file services. Phone: +1-225-343-3056.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Pendulosoftware" category="samerica">
+ <name>Pendulo Software</name>
+ <url>http://www.pendulosoftware.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Based in Caracas, Venezuela, Pendulo Software provides and
+ specializes in support and consulting for FreeBSD and Linux
+ solutions. We offer onsite as well as offsite support, web
+ development, design (2D and 3D), Multimedia, VPNs implementation,
+ Virtualization, VoIP, high performance servers, Firewalls, custom
+ application programming and many others services. Our experience
+ covers the most important branches of current IT industry, from
+ routine of server management, security audits and updates, to high
+ performance computing and mitigating attacks. For more information
+ about our services, please visit our multilanguage <a
+ href="http://www.pendulosoftware.com">website</a>, send an
+ email to <a
+ href="mailto:atencioncliente@pendulosoftware.com">atencioncliente@pendulosoftware.com</a>
+ or <a
+ href="mailto:infocorp@pendulosoftware.com">infocorp@pendulosoftware.com</a>
+ or call us under +58 (212) 625-0708, +1 (407) 536-9895 or
+ +1 (253) 642-6484.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="PeterDufault" category="namerica">
+ <name>Peter Dufault</name>
+ <url>mailto:dufault@hda.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Peter Dufault, of HD Associates. Peter has over 15 years experience
+ in medical device control, high performance simulation systems,
+ digital closed-loop feedback systems, realtime UNIX-like systems, and
+ UNIX device drivers. For more information, please send email to <a
+ href= "mailto:dufault@hda.com">dufault@hda.com</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="PHBSolutions" category="europe">
+ <name>PHB Solutions</name>
+ <url>http://www.phbsolutions.com</url>
+ <description>
+ PHB Solutions, based in Belgium, provides *BSD installation,
+ maintenance, support and consulting services (file servers, web
+ servers, mail servers, database servers, routers). For more
+ information, please contact <a
+ href="mailto:philippe.bresoux@phbsolutions.com">philippe.bresoux@phbs
+ olutions.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="PhilBudne" category="namerica">
+ <name>Phil Budne</name>
+ <url>http://www.ultimate.com/phil/resume.html</url>
+ <description>
+ Phil Budne is a Boston area consultant who has worked professionally
+ with BSD and other Unix systems since 1985. Services include
+ development and porting of kernel extensions, device drivers, network
+ protocol implementation, and applications, as well as network and
+ system administration. For more information contact <a href=
+ "mailto:phil+fbsd@ultimate.com">phil+fbsd@ultimate.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="PineInternet" category="europe">
+ <name>Pine Internet</name>
+ <url>http://www.pine.nl/</url>
+ <description>
+ Pine Internet implements LAN, WAN and remote access solutions, offers
+ Unix support and administration contracts and advises ISP's and other
+ corporate customers concerning their network and server setup. Pine
+ specializes in <a href="http://security.pine.nl/">Internet
+ security</a>, performs security auditing services on demand, and
+ offers firewall solutions based on FreeBSD. Other products we offer
+ are webhosting, facility management and leased lines. Among the
+ products we use are FreeBSD, Cisco routers, PHP, Apache, Perl,
+ Solaris and MySQL. Pine has 8+ years of Unix and Internet experience.
+ We feature some of the largest ISP's in the Netherlands as our
+ customers. For more information, please contact <a
+ href="mailto:info@pine.nl">info@pine.nl</a> or visit our website at
+ <a href="http://www.pine.nl/">www.pine.nl</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="PoulHenningKamp" category="europe">
+ <name>Poul-Henning Kamp</name>
+ <url>http://www.freebsd.org/~phk/</url>
+ <description>
+ Poul-Henning Kamp has over 12 years of experience in UNIX &amp; Networks,
+ and is a former FreeBSD Core Team member. Poul developed <em>phkmalloc</em>,
+ <em>tcl_nm</em>, <em>tcl_db</em>, <em>tcl_snmp</em> and more, and was
+ the Release Engineer for several FreeBSD releases. Poul resides in
+ Denmark, and can be reached via email at <a
+ href="mailto:phk@FreeBSD.org">phk@FreeBSD.org</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="psychsoftek" category="namerica">
+ <name>Psychsoft Consulting</name>
+ <url>http://www.psychsoftek.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Psychsoft Consulting is an Industry recognized leading technology
+ consulting firm based in Quincy, Massachusetts founded in 1987 with a
+ highly educated, trained and experienced staff to help in all your IT
+ needs. Psychsoft, Inc. personnel hold advanced degrees in various
+ fields and have years of experience in IT implementation,
+ troubleshooting, design and configuration. Areas of expertise include:
+ Linux, Microsoft Windows, UNIX (including FreeBSD), TCP/IP, LAN, WAN,
+ VPN, Network security, WIFI security, WIFI design, Database design,
+ SQL, Web site design, Server design, System integration, Network
+ printing and DSL/Broadband/T1 Internet access.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Questwork" category="asia">
+ <name>Questwork Consulting Limited</name>
+ <url>http://www.questwork.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Questwork Consulting Limited is based in Hong Kong. We provide
+ consulting, web application development, hosting &amp; maintenance
+ services on FreeBSD to our clients for more than 5 years. For
+ more information, please contact us by email at
+ <a href="mailto:freebsd@questwork.com">freebsd@questwork.com</a>
+ or visit our <a href="http://www.questwork.com/">website</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="RandDAssociates" category="europe">
+ <name>R and D Associates, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.RnDAssociates.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ R &amp; D Associates, Inc. developed ServeTheWeb.com utilizing
+ FreeBSD running Apache. We employed consulting services from <a
+ href="mailto:phk@FreeBSD.org">Poul-Henning Kamp</a> to develop our
+ Virtual Server solution (which is available in <a
+ href="http://www.FreeBSD.org">FreeBSD</a> 4.0 and higher).
+ R &amp; D Associates, Inc. is an application development firm
+ specializing in client/server application development. We use FreeBSD
+ running Apache and utilizing PHP and MySQL (As well as NT with ASP and
+ SQL/Access).
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Secnetix" category="europe">
+ <name>Secnetix GmbH and Co KG</name>
+ <url>http://www.secnetix.de/</url>
+ <description>
+ Secnetix GmbH &amp; Co KG -- located in Munich, Germany -- has a
+ strong focus on BSD systems and offers professional consulting
+ services, ranging from basic administration, programming and
+ security-related tasks to sophisticated projects involving design,
+ implementation and maintenance of complex network setups. For more
+ information, please <a href="http://www.secnetix.de/">visit our web
+ site</a> or send a message to <a
+ href="mailto:info@secnetix.de">info@secnetix.de</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="SouthernGazer" category="australia">
+ <name>Southern Gazer</name>
+ <url>http://www.southerngazer.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Southern Gazer is a consulting company with 20 years PC technical
+ support experience based in Sydney's idyllic Sutherland Shire. Our
+ focus is helping businesses get their computers working right while
+ spending as little as possible on IT. We're passionate supporters of
+ Open Source products and can help the average business save money and
+ gain reliability by using systems such as FreeBSD on their file
+ servers, print servers, e-mail systems plus lots more. We also supply
+ a complete range of Linux and BSD CD's at ultra low prices. Please
+ drop by our <a href="http://www.southerngazer.com">website</a>, email
+ us at <a
+ href="mailto:info@southerngazer.com">info@southerngazer.com</a>, or
+ call us on 02 9532 1217 to have a chat.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="SteubenTech" category="namerica">
+ <name>Steuben Technologies</name>
+ <url>http://www.steubentech.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Steuben Technologies is a consulting company offering support,
+ administration, custom software development, legacy systems
+ support and solutions tailored to your unique business model on
+ a wide range of platforms including FreeBSD, NetBSD and most
+ commercial UNIX platforms and much more. Please see our website
+ or call us at (607)661-4431.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Synetec" category="europe">
+ <name>Synetec</name>
+ <url>http://www.synetec.pl/</url>
+ <description>
+ Synetec is an IT company located in Poland. We are experienced in
+ the installation and administration of &os;, Linux and Windows
+ Server systems. For more informations visit <a
+ href="http://www.synetec.pl/">our website</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Syntonet" category="europe">
+ <name>Syntonet Ltd</name>
+ <url>http://www.syntonet.co.uk/</url>
+ <description>
+ Syntonet Ltd is UK based provider of Consultancy and Custom
+ Development Services. Principal consultant <a
+ href="mailto:rob@syntonet.co.uk">Rob Pickering</a> has over 10 years
+ system software development experience on BSD based platforms. Areas
+ of expertise include firewall and networking system setup, custom
+ development in C and C++, and supply of turnkey solutions. For
+ further information, contact us by email at <a
+ href="mailto:info@syntonet.co.uk">info@syntonet.co.uk</a>, call
+ +44.870.166.4400 (Voice) or +44.870.166.4411 (Fax).
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="SysCare" category="europe">
+ <name>SysCare s. r. o.</name>
+ <url>http://www.SysCare.sk/</url>
+ <description>
+ SysCare s. r. o. is a company based in Slovakia with the aim to
+ provide highly professional solutions, including consultancy and
+ outsourcing services for reasonable amount of money. Our focus
+ is on high-availability and high-performance solutions for web,
+ database, DNS and email products built on &os;. SysCare s. r. o.
+ has been founded by Daniel Gerzo, who is being part of the official
+ &os; development team. For inquiries please send us an email to
+ <a href="office@syscare.sk">office@syscare.sk</a>, or visit our
+ <a href="http://www.SysCare.sk/">web site</a> for more information.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="TecVD" category="europe">
+ <name>TecVD</name>
+ <url>http://www.tecvd.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ TecVD is located in Barcelona, Spain. We are a company focused
+ in system security and open source implementations (GNU/Linux,
+ FreeBSD and OpenBSD) in heterogeneous infrastructure. We also
+ have security appliances, Tseg series, and network services
+ appliances like Tcor series. We can provide you with a complete
+ enterprise solution tailored to your needs. See our website or
+ email us at <a href="mailto:tecvd@tecvd.com">tecvd@tecvd.com</a>
+ for further information.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="TundraWare" category="namerica">
+ <name>TundraWare Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.tundraware.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ TundraWare Inc. provides FreeBSD related consultancy in all contexts,
+ from Embedded to large Transaction Processing systems. We have
+ extensive International experience and can provide services in
+ network design, systems architecture, development, deployment and
+ operations. Contact us via telephone on 847/827-1706, via email to <a
+ href="mailto:info@tundraware.com"> info@tundraware.com</a> or write
+ to us at TundraWare Inc., 817 Fairmont Court, Des Plaines, IL 60018,
+ USA.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="UnixPorting" category="namerica">
+ <name>UnixPorting</name>
+ <url>http://www.UnixPorting.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ UnixPorting.com specializes in the porting of existing software to
+ new operating systems or hardware. In addition to porting, we
+ specialize in C and Perl programming, Unix system administration and
+ security, and open source
+ technologies (FreeBSD, Perl, Apache,
+ mod_perl, MySQL, etc.). For more information, please visit <a
+ href="http://www.UnixPorting.com/">our web site</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="UnixWorX" category="namerica">
+ <name>UnixWorX System Design</name>
+ <url>http://www.unixworx.ca/</url>
+ <description>
+ UnixWorX System Design is a Vancouver, BC based BSD consulting firm
+ established in 1994. For over 20 years we've provided commercial
+ support for BSD including FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD. Our
+ specialties include Web Servers (Apache and TomCat), Database,
+ Content Management Systems (CMS), Email servers such as Sendmail
+ and Postfix, DNS (BIND 8 and 9), Firewalls (PF and IPF), Routing,
+ as well as application development and Perl / C++ Programing. We
+ operate our own server collocation facility situated on a
+ GIG-E Backbone. Additionally, the founder of the company,
+ Glenn Graham, is an author for O'Reilly Publishing. We welcome
+ new business! For more information, we invite you to visit
+ our <a href="http://www.unixworx.ca">website</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="AspenWorks" category="namerica">
+ <name>AspenWorks, Ltd.</name>
+ <url>http://www.aspenworks.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ AspenWorks is an Aspen, Colorado based consulting company with offices
+ in Portland, OR. We specialize in network applications, and
+ Wireless Broadband management for ISPs and WISPs. AspenWorks has been
+ in business since 1986. Telephone: 970-925-3355
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Wave2" category="europe">
+ <name>Wave2 Limited</name>
+ <url>http://www.wave2.co.uk/</url>
+ <description>
+ Wave2 Limited is an Open Source consultancy, based in the UK,
+ providing custom solutions with an emphasis on FreeBSD. Services
+ include software development (Java, Perl, Python, VB),
+ Heterogeneous Network / System Administration (FreeBSD, Linux,
+ OSX, Solaris and Windows). If you are looking for an Open Source
+ solution, please contact me at <a href="mailto:info@wave2.org">
+ info@wave2.org</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="WilliamRichard" category="namerica">
+ <name>William Richard &amp; Associates</name>
+ <url>http://www.tdl.com/~wdr/consulting.html</url>
+ <description>
+ William Richard &amp; Associates offers FreeBSD, Internet, and e-commerce
+ consulting, implementation, and support options for clients
+ throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Visit our website or <a
+ href="mailto:wdr@tdl.com">e-mail us</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="WorkgroupTechnology" category="namerica">
+ <name>Workgroup Technology Partners, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.wgtech.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Workgroup Technology Partners, Inc.We sell and support Unix systems
+ including Solaris, HP/UX, AIX, Linux and FreeBSD. For comments refer
+ to <a href="http://www.wgtech.com">our site</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="SecurityAudit" category="africa">
+ <name>Security Audit and Control Solutions</name>
+ <url>http://www.sacs.co.za/</url>
+ <description>
+ Security Audit and Control Solutions (SACS) provides information
+ security consultation and IT auditing services and offers
+ professional FreeBSD support. SACS has developed a complete range of
+ Technological Risk Management solutions using FreeBSD as an anchor
+ for data analysis. Firewalls deployed using FreeBSD makes a cost
+ effective solution in any organization and SACS can implement a
+ secure FreeBSD firewall with caching engines, Network Address
+ Translation (NAT) and proxies. For additional information please
+ contact <a href="mailto:pearcem@sacs.co.za">Mervin Pearce</a> or
+ visit <a href="http://www.sacs.co.za">http://www.sacs.co.za</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="EDILtd" category="namerica">
+ <name>EDI Ltd Consulting Engineers</name>
+ <url>http://www.ediltd.com</url>
+ <description>
+ EDI Ltd Consulting Engineers. We provide consulting services for
+ FreeBSD as well as local and wide area network design. Our
+ diversified staff allows us to help you in all the areas your project
+ requires, from cabling to encryption, network security audits,
+ network design and network health studies. We have successfully
+ completed several FreeBSD installations for mission critical
+ operations, using it as a firewall, web server or mail server. If you
+ would like to discuss your project with us, please contact us as
+ (770) 956-7000, or <a
+ href="mailto:info@ediltd.com">info@ediltd.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="WhiteQueueConsulting" category="nzealand">
+ <name>White Queue Consulting</name>
+ <url>http://whitequeue.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ White Queue Consulting provides embedded FreeBSD kernel and
+ userland development. Our services include device driver
+ development, kernel porting, software design and development in
+ the kernel and userland. We are able to work with clients in any
+ location. For further information contact us through our <a
+ href="http://whitequeue.com/contact/">contact form</a> or visit
+ the <a href="http://whitequeue.com/">White Queue website</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="CrepidoSystems" category="europe">
+ <name>Crepido Systems AB</name>
+ <url>http://www.crepido.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Crepido Systems AB provides services for custom software development
+ and system design under BSD and other Unixes. We have 10+ years
+ experience in Unix programming and system design using Unix as
+ building block.
+ Crepido System AB operates mainly in Sweden but
+ requests outside Sweden are welcome.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="MarkTinguely" category="namerica">
+ <name>Mark Tinguely</name>
+ <url>http://www.cs.ndsu.NoDak.edu/~tinguely/</url>
+ <description>
+ Mark Tinguely has provided Network and Unix solutions for over ten
+ years. These solutions include work with Unix kernels and Unix
+ applications, TCP/IP applications, Local Area Network protocol
+ debugging, and BSD device drivers. Mark has authored BSD device
+ drivers for 3 video capture boards, an Asynchronous Transfer Mode
+ (ATM) network card, and a Watchdog card.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ITworksConsulting" category="australia">
+ <name>ITworks Consulting</name>
+ <url>http://www.itworks.com.au</url>
+ <description>
+ ITworks Consulting is a privately owned information technology
+ consultancy, situated in the central business district of
+ Melbourne, Australia. The business consists of a specialized team
+ of consultants who aim to provide information technology solutions
+ to meet the needs of the business community. We provide a range of
+ FreeBSD based web hosting, web database development and e-commerce
+ services as well as professional FreeBSD consulting services and
+ support contracts. For more information please visit our <a
+ href="http://www.itworks.com.au">web site</a> or contact us at <a
+ href="mailto:info@itworks.com.au">info@itworks.com.au</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Raditex" category="europe">
+ <name>Raditex AB</name>
+ <url>http://raditex.nu/</url>
+ <description>
+ Raditex AB are a firm of consultants and also do education in Unix.
+ We have long experience with all kinds of Unix systems not only
+ FreeBSD or Linux. For more information phone us at +46 19 4501015
+ or give us an email at <a
+ href="mailto:gorhas@raditex.nu">gorhas@raditex.nu</a> or <a
+ href="http://raditex.nu/">visit our web site</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Mike_Meyer" category="namerica">
+ <name>Mike_Meyer</name>
+ <url>http://www.mired.org/home/mwm/</url>
+ <description>
+ Mike Meyer of Meyer Consulting has been providing Unix-based
+ solutions since 1976, and web-based applications since 1992. These
+ solutions range from chemical systems modeling to device drivers, and
+ the web applications have ranged from community-building applications
+ to web based software release systems. For more information, please
+ contact <a href="mailto:mwm@mired.org">mwm@mired.org</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="TheLinuxBox" category="namerica">
+ <name>The Linux Box</name>
+ <url>http://www.linuxbox.nu/</url>
+ <description>
+ The Linux Box, located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, provides consulting
+ and training services for open source operating systems and products,
+ including FreeBSD and Linux. For more information, contact <a
+ href="mailto:info@linuxbox.nu">info@linuxbox.nu</a> or view our
+ website at <a href="http://www.linuxbox.nu">www.linuxbox.nu</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="LANCO" category="asia">
+ <name>LANCO Global Systems</name>
+ <url>http://www.lancoglobal.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ LANCO Global Systems (LGSL), based in India, Hyderabad, with offices
+ in USA and UK, provides and specializes in <i>Application
+ Development, Shell Scripting, PHP, C, C++ and Perl Programming,
+ Networking Solutions, Unix device driver development, Web page
+ Designing and Hosting, Web Server Solutions and configurations, ISP
+ Services especially on Linux, FreeBSD and Solaris</i>. For more
+ information, please email us at <a
+ href="mailto:services@lancoglobal.com">services@lancoglobal.com</a>
+ or call us at 0091-9849043975 or FAX us at 0091-040-3755413.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="NS3G" category="namerica">
+ <name>NS3G.COM</name>
+ <url>http://www.ns3g.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ NS3G.COM, based out of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, offers a variety of
+ services and products. We specialize in products that run under
+ FreeBSD and other *NIX systems but also support other platforms.
+ Solutions for firewalls, LAN's, WAN'S and web presence are just a few
+ that we offer. Please visit us at <a
+ href="http://www.ns3g.com/">www.ns3g.com</a> or contact us at <a
+ href="mailto:info@ns3g.com">info@ns3g.com</a> for more information or
+ to get a quote.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Linast" category="europe">
+ <name>Linast-Systemtechnik GmbH</name>
+ <url>http://www.linast.de</url>
+ <description>
+ Linast-Systemtechnik GmbH is located in Sankt Augustin, Germany (near
+ Bonn/Cologne) and provides consulting, support and training for
+ FreeBSD, Linux, MacOS X and other Unix Systems. For more information,
+ please call +49.2241.209467, e-mail us at <a
+ href="mailto:info@linast.de">info@linast.de</a> or visit our <a
+ href="http://www.linast.de/">website</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Cybersource" category="australia">
+ <name>Cybersource Pty. Ltd</name>
+ <url>http://www.cyber.com.au/</url>
+ <description>
+ Cybersource is Australia's leading IT Professional Services Company
+ in the areas of Unix/FreeBSD/Linux, TCP/IP Datanetworking and Open
+ Platform application development using these technologies. With
+ around 40 staff, are based in Melbourne and have been successfully
+ providing IT Professional Services for 10 years.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="NationalInformatics" category="namerica">
+ <name>National Informatics Company</name>
+ <url>http://www.nationalinformatics.com</url>
+ <description>
+ National Informatics Company provides research and development
+ services for information technology. We work with FreeBSD to support
+ or manage research projects for high performance computing,
+ bioinformatics, enterprise software technologies and artificial
+ intelligence. We also help companies make the transition from
+ proprietary software products to Open Source products. Our phone
+ number is (425) 740-0139.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Bilch" category="europe">
+ <name>Bilch International Consulting</name>
+ <url>http://www.bilch.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Bilch International Consulting, Hamburg is based in Germany. We are
+ building fire walled servers and connect them to your ISDN, POTS, ATM
+ or E1/T1 Line. BILCH Com is an ASP and application software
+ developer. Please mail us at <a
+ href="mailto:info@bilch.com">info@bilch.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ParcProductions" category="europe">
+ <name>Parc Productions</name>
+ <url>http://www.parcproductions.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Parc Productions. Located in the Netherlands. Started in 1997. We
+ deliver professional system engineering services for FreeBSD, OpenBSD
+ and MacOS X. Our services include 24/7 support, consultancy,
+ maintenance of both hardware and software, assembly and installation
+ of hardware, remote and on-site support, development of scripts and
+ software for the machines we maintain etcetera. Of course we deliver
+ hosting facilities and space for your servers at low costs as well.
+ Visit our websites at <a
+ href="http://www.parcproductions.com/">www.parcproductions.com</a> or
+ <a href="http://www.bsdengineering.com/">www.bsdengineering.com</a>.
+ Please contact us by <a
+ href="mailto:info@parcproductions.com">email</a> or by telephone:
+ +31-204892456.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Worria" category="asia">
+ <name>Worria Affordable Web Hosting</name>
+ <url>http://worria.com/en/hosting.shtml</url>
+ <description>
+ Worria Affordable Web Hosting is a privately owned company in Hong
+ Kong. We offer FreeBSD web hosting related consulting services, such
+ as server administration and website management. For more details,
+ please email <a href="mailto:sales@worria.com">our sales team</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ZYTRAX" category="namerica">
+ <name>ZYTRAX, Inc</name>
+ <url>http://www.zytrax.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Zytrax, Inc. is based in Montreal, Canada and provides consulting,
+ development, implementation, hosting and maintenance services
+ specialising in the BSD platforms. Our skill base includes Apache,
+ PHP, Ruby, DNS, Mail, LDAP, Samba, PostgeSQL/MySQL and embedded
+ systems. Please email us at <a
+ href="MAILTO:consulting@zytrax.com">consulting@zytrax.com</a>. We can
+ be reached via telephone at +1.514.285.9088.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="OpenTrend" category="namerica">
+ <name>OpenTrend Solutions Ltd</name>
+ <url>http://www.opentrend.net</url>
+ <description>
+ OpenTrend Solutions Ltd provides consulting and facilities management
+ services through Canada. We specialize in supporting FreeBSD, NetBSD,
+ OpenBSD and Linux, and have specialist skills in system
+ administration, security and network design &amp; management. We donate
+ 2% of gross profits to the support of open source software and have
+ partnered with organisations in the United States and Australia to
+ better support multi-national clients.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="DaemonizedNetworking" category="namerica">
+ <name>Daemonized Networking Services</name>
+ <url>http://www.daemonized.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Daemonized Networking Services. Our staff have been supporting
+ software and hardware development, brokerages, banks, hospitals,
+ publishers, e-commerce, legal and medical research,
+ telecommunications, and other environments since 1986, in the San
+ Francisco Bay Area and Northern California. We build industrial
+ strength web servers, running the latest release of Apache, OpenSSH,
+ and OpenSSL, with all source, and firewall, based on FreeBSD, in less
+ than one hour.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Linux4biz" category="asia">
+ <name>Linux4biz</name>
+ <url>http://www.linux4biz.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ Linux4biz is an independent provider of comprehensive Internet
+ solutions, specialising in the Solaris, LINUX, FreeBSD, OpenBSD,
+ NetBSD operating systems and Open Source Software. Linux4biz
+ Consultants are able to advise on all aspects of implementing and
+ administrating Unix/Linux servers, SAMBA solutions, E-mail servers,
+ Mailing list servers, Web servers, DNS, Internet Security, Security
+ Audits, Intrusion detection, Stress testing, Intranet setup, High
+ Availability server solutions, Network solutions, Remote
+ administration solutions. We also provide onsite as well as offsite
+ support and consultancy. For more information about our services,
+ please visit our website.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="INFOMATIK" category="samerica">
+ <name>INFOMATIK</name>
+ <url>http://info.matik.com.br</url>
+ <description>
+ INFOMATIK Tecnologia e Desenvolvimento - Brazilian Company is
+ offering total site support for FreeBSD Servers. We have high
+ performance solutions for Intranet and Internet. We are specialized
+ in UNIX systems since 92. Please visit our Interactive Website or
+ contact us per e-mail: <a
+ href="mailto:info@matik.com.br">info@matik.com.br</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="LOGIOS" category="europe">
+ <name>LOGIOS</name>
+ <url>http://www.logios.cz/</url>
+ <description>
+ LOGIOS NETWORK SYSTEMS, located in the Czech Republic, provides
+ system maintenance, consulting and other services on various
+ platforms, including FreeBSD and Linux. We also offer information
+ security services, firewalls and IDS systems, system integration,
+ software applications etc.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Xetpoint" category="europe">
+ <name>Xetpoint</name>
+ <url>http://www.xetpoint.fi/</url>
+ <description>
+ Xetpoint Oy is located in Pirkkala, Finland. We offer professional
+ FreeBSD support, consulting, programming, maintenance and monitoring
+ services. For more information, please visit our website.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="RackmountNet" category="namerica">
+ <name>RackmountNet</name>
+ <url>http://www.rackmountnet.com</url>
+ <description>
+ RackmountNet is a One-stop shop for rackmount Linux, FreeBSD systems.
+ Our products include Rackmount chassis, server rack cabinet,
+ Rackmount LCD Monitor, and related accessories. For more information,
+ contact <a
+ href="mailto:sales@rackmountnet.com">sales@rackmountnet.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="siliconlandmark" category="namerica">
+ <name>Silicon Landmark LLC</name>
+ <url>http://siliconlandmark.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Silicon Landmark's mission is to supply our customers with
+ fully customized, scalable, turn-key Information Technology
+ solutions at competitive prices. We specialize in designing
+ package products that will meet and your business' needs
+ and budget.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="pythonbyte" category="namerica">
+ <name>Python Byte Solutions</name>
+ <url>http://www.pythonbyte.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Python Byte Solutions is an independent IT
+ consulting company based in Southwestern Ontario, Canada.
+ We provide services pertaining to software
+ &amp; web development, hosting, support, installation,
+ and training. We specialize in Python, Zope, Apache,
+ MySQL, *BSD, and Linux. You can
+ check out our web site or contact us directly at <a
+ href='mailto:info@pythonbyte.com'>info@pythonbyte.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="oscillation" category="europe">
+ <name>os-cillation</name>
+ <url>http://www.os-cillation.de</url>
+ <description>
+ os-cillation, located in Siegen/NRW, Germany.
+ We offer a broad range in BSD-based software-development
+ (C/C++/Java/HTML/PHP/Perl/SQL). Installation and
+ support of FreeBSD based mail, web, firewall, database,
+ news, dns and ftp servers. FreeBSD and Windows desktop
+ integration. Also experienced with NetBSD, Solaris and Linux.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ForgottenTechnologies" category="asia">
+ <name>Forgotten Technologies</name>
+ <url>http://www.forgotten.com.sg</url>
+ <description>
+ Forgotten Technologies, http://www.forgotten.com.sg
+ is a Singapore-based company providing open source business
+ solutions that include, but not limited to platforms such as
+ Linux, FreeBSD and OpenBSD. Please email us at
+ enquiries@forgotten.com.sg to find out more how we can help
+ you in your business!
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="WirewalkTechnologies" category="namerica">
+ <name>Wirewalk Technologies</name>
+ <url>http://www.wirewalk.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Wirewalk Technologies is a NYC based consulting company, with
+ strategic partnerships around the globe. We offer onsite and
+ remote consulting, and full integration services based on
+ FreeBSD, as well as OpenBSD, NetBSD, Linux, MacOS, Solaris.
+ Programming solutions in: C, C++, Java, Perl, PHP, Oracle,
+ MySQL, Postgresql, etc. Contact us via <a
+ href="mailto:sales@wirewalk.com">email</a> or call us under#
+ 212-202-2613 or 917-217-7975.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="tunix" category="europe">
+ <name>Tunix</name>
+ <url>http://www.tunix.nl/</url>
+ <description>
+ For more than 10 years TUNIX - the only Dutch firewall
+ developer - brings you a unique combination of
+ security-services: high-level training on
+ Internet-technology and tailor-made security solutions.
+ TUNIX Security offers an end-to-end solution with a full
+ range of services such as consultancy for developing a
+ security-policy and design of a security-architecture,
+ project-management, turn-key implementation of
+ firewall-appliances, multi-level support and 24x7 management
+ and monitoring. The security solutions are build on the TUNIX
+ Firewall, a modular, FreeBSD based proxy-level firewall.
+ For more information, please contact sales@tunix.nl
+ or visit our website at www.firewall.nl.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="improware" category="europe">
+ <name>ImproWare AG</name>
+ <url>http://www.imp.ch/</url>
+ <description>
+ ImproWare AG focuses on Internet and Networking Services
+ as well as System Integration and Consulting based on
+ FreeBSD.
+ We offer contract programming in all major programming languages
+ with a focus on FreeBSD, userland and kernel.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="netmaniacs" category="europe">
+ <name>NetManiacs</name>
+ <url>http://www.netmaniacs.nl/</url>
+ <description>
+ NetManiacs is a dutch company based in Eindhoven.
+ We provide consulting, (system administration) support,
+ custom software and a broad range of (internet/business)
+ server solutions. For more information visit
+ <a href="http://www.netmaniacs.nl">www.netmaniacs.nl</a>
+ or contact us at <a href="mailto:info@netmaniacs.nl">
+ info@netmaniacs.nl</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ArtisanComputerServicesLLC" category="namerica">
+ <name>Artisan Computer Services LLC</name>
+ <url>http://www.artisancomputer.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Artisan Computer Services LLC is based in Tucson, Arizona.
+ We provide system administration and configuration for web,
+ mail, DNS, database, and streaming video servers using FreeBSD.
+ We also do computer consulting on a variety of platforms
+ (Mac OS X, Windows, *BSD, Linux), with an emphasis on integration
+ and security. You can reach us at
+ <a href="mailto:info@artisancomputer.com">info@artisancomputer.com</a>,
+ or our website,
+ <a href="http://www.artisancomputer.com">www.artisancomputer.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="BrainAllianceSolutions" category="europe">
+ <name>Brain Alliance Solutions Oy / Ltd</name>
+ <url>http://www.brainalliance.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Brain Alliance Solutions Oy / Ltd is located in Espoo, Finland.
+ We offer professional FreeBSD installation, support, consulting
+ and server solutions. For more information, please visit our
+ website at <a href="http://www.brainalliance.com">
+ http://www.brainalliance.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="TegtmeierInternetSolutions" category="europe">
+ <name>Tegtmeier Internet Solutions</name>
+ <url>http://www.tegtmeier.de/</url>
+ <description>
+ Tegtmeier Internet Solutions is located in Hamburg / Germany. We offer
+ consulting, professional support and maintenance for *BSD and Linux systems
+ and are developing individual solutions in C/Perl/PHP/SQL/HTML/shell, based
+ on open source products. We are focused on internet security, high
+ availability and performance/optimization. Visit our website at
+ <a href="http://www.tegtmeier.de">http://www.tegtmeier.de</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="OpenSourcery" category="europe">
+ <name>Open Sourcery</name>
+ <url>http://www.opensourcery.co.uk</url>
+ <description>
+ Open Sourcery is a UK based company providing support and consultancy
+ for Free and Open Source Software. We have <a
+ href="http://www.opensourcery.co.uk/open-sourcery/our-experience/"
+ title="Open Source support">experience</a> with a wide variety of
+ Open Source software. You can find out more and contact us at our
+ <a href="http://www.opensourcery.co.uk"
+ title="Open Source support">website</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Oxalide" category="europe">
+ <name>Oxalide</name>
+ <url>http://www.oxalide.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Oxalide is a consultancy firm and solution provider. Our fields of
+ expertise include UNIX software system deployment such as secure mail
+ systems (SMTP, POP, IMAP), advanced Web server configurations,
+ high-availability firewalling, etc. Our knowledge of FreeBSD, *BSD,
+ Commercial Unix and Linux is thorough.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="TechneticsConsultingPtyLtd" category="australia">
+ <name>Technetics Consulting Pty. Ltd.</name>
+ <url>http://www.technetics.com.au/</url>
+ <description>
+ Technetics is located in Melbourne Australia. We provide prompt IT services
+ &amp; support, system maintenance, hard drive recovery services, consulting and
+ other services on various platforms including FreeBSD, Linux and Unix. We
+ offer on site support within Melbourne Australia and world wide via remote
+ login. We also offer expert data recovery services for Unix based platforms.
+ Call anytime ph. +61 3 9663 1899 or email us at <a
+ href="mailto:info@technetics.com.au">info@technetics.com.au</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="EnvescentLCC" category="namerica">
+ <name>Envescent, LLC</name>
+ <url>http://www.envescent.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Envescent is a leading provider of technology products and services
+ focused on FreeBSD. We offer consulting, pre-installed workstations
+ and servers, compatible hardware, outsourced system and network
+ administration and implementation, security auditing, technical support
+ and much more.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="openMindShare" category="namerica">
+ <name>openMindShare</name>
+ <url>http://www.openmindshare.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ openMindShare draws on over a decade of expertise in diverse
+ information technology fields. We handle information technology
+ infrastructure needs and we do it with FreeBSD. We offer a myriad
+ of services and solutions. See our
+ <a href="http://www.openmindshare.com/">web site</a> or
+ <a href="mailto:info@openmindshare.com">e-mail</a>
+ (info@openmindshare.com) for more information.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="RBJ-Consultants" category="europe">
+ <name>RBJ-Consultants</name>
+ <url></url>
+ <description>
+ Unix since 1990. Remote installation (Europe-webhosting,
+ Brasil, USA) and local. We train, install, configure and
+ admin FreeBSD, Linux (RedHat, Suse, Gentoo, Mandrake), Solaris.
+ Inside network - MacOSX, Windows, etc (we support too).
+ Contact: <a href="mailto:rbj@madeira.dyndns.org">Rui Bento</a>
+ &lt;rbj@madeira.dyndns.org&gt;
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="TechniSoft" category="africa">
+ <name>TechniSoft</name>
+ <url>http://www.technisoft.sn/</url>
+ <description>
+ Located in the Senegal (west Africa). Started in 2001. We deliver
+ professional system engineering services for FreeBSD, OpenBSD and
+ Windows. Our services include 24/7 support, consultancy, maintenance
+ of both hardware and software, assembly and installation of hardware,
+ remote and on-site support, development of scripts and software for
+ the machines we maintain etc. Of course we deliver hosting facilities
+ and space for your servers at low costs as well. Visit our websites at
+ <a href="http://www.technisoft.sn/">http://www.technisoft.sn</a>.
+ Please contact us by <a href="mailto:info@technisoft.sn">email</a>
+ &lt;info@technisoft.sn&gt; or by telephone: +221 - 8559900.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="sirius" category="europe">
+ <name>Sirius</name>
+ <url>http://www.siriusit.co.uk/</url>
+ <description>
+ Sirius leads in the deployment, support and training of Open Source
+ technology, including FreeBSD. We support organisations across
+ Europe in their pursuit of innovative, versatile and robust technology
+ solutions without the financial burden of software licensing.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="sectec" category="europe">
+ <name>Sectec</name>
+ <url>http://www.sectec.pl</url>
+ <description>
+ *BSD consultancy, installations and configurations. Worked for
+ government institutions as well as for large corporations.
+ Intrusion Detection Systems, firewalls, nats, proxies,
+ webservers, heavy load mail systems with GUI interface. Security
+ advisor experienced in firewalling. Training.
+ Telephone: +48 888 774 774, email: <a
+ href="mailto:admin@bmtcordah.pl">admin@bmtcordah.pl</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="sheridan" category="europe">
+ <name>Sheridan Computers Limited</name>
+ <url>http://www.sheridancomputers.co.uk</url>
+ <description>
+ We offer IT consulting, systems integration, corporate information
+ systems and security solutions based on BSD software. For more
+ information, send us an <a
+ href="mailto:info@sheridancomputers.co.uk">email</a> or visit our
+ <a href="http://www.sheridancomputers.co.uk">website</a>. We
+ operate in the United Kingdom.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="vocal" category="europe">
+ <name>S.C. vocalNET S.R.L.</name>
+ <url>http://www.vocal.ro</url>
+ <description>
+ Over 3 years experience with designing, installing and
+ maintaining (support and administration) security solutions
+ (firewalls, IDS and VPN's) and voice solutions over *BSD platforms.
+ We can secure services like mail, dns, web, ftp making them more
+ secure and reliable. For more information, please phone us at
+ +40788401422 or +40217255117, e-mail:
+ <a href="mailto:contact@vocal.ro">contact@vocal.ro</a>, or
+ <a href="http://www.vocal.ro">visit our web site</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="opensourcexperts" category="europe">
+ <name>Opensourcexperts</name>
+ <url>http://www.opensourcexperts.com</url>
+ <description>
+ opensourcexperts.com hosts one the largest (free) directories <a
+ href="http://www.opensourcexperts.com/Index/index_html">of
+ companies who support Open Source</a> software world-wide.
+ If you provide support for FreeBSD list yourself in their <a
+ href="http://www.opensourcexperts.com/Index/index_html/FreeBSD/index.html">
+ FreeBSD index</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="mseuss" category="europe">
+ <name>Mseuss Unternehmensberatung</name>
+ <url>http://www.msuess.de</url>
+ <description>
+ Msuess Unternehmensberatung is a consulting company based in
+ Schwandorf (near Regensburg), Germany. As a consulting / isv
+ partner we are developing web-portals (using Python and ZOPE/Plone
+ on FreeBSD) and developing individual solutions (Python, Tcl/tk,
+ ADA) on FreeBSD. We also provide ZOPE administration and
+ consulting on FreeBSD and other *ix-like systems. We are the
+ main sponsor of the German <a href="http://www.freeunix.de/">
+ ix-wiki</a>. For more information please contact <a
+ href="mailto:freebsd@msuess.de">freebsd@msuess.de</a> or visit
+ our <a href="http://www.msuess.de/">website</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ceintec" category="europe">
+ <name>Ceintec</name>
+ <url>http://www.ceintec.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Ceintec provides FreeBSD and unix-like operating systems learning
+ courses in Spain (Instructor-Led courses). We also provide
+ FreeBSD consulting and technical support for enterprises in Spain.
+ For more information visit <a
+ href="http://www.ceintec.com/empresas.html">
+ http://www.ceintec.com/empresas.html</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="lori-sa" category="samerica">
+ <name>Lori Design</name>
+ <url>http://www.lori-sa.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Lori Design, based in San Jose, Costa Rica offers Web
+ Development, design, and custom application programming using
+ both open source and proprietary environments. Services also
+ include private consulting, emergency response coordination and
+ various IT solutions to maximize the effectiveness of your
+ business. Lori Design is a proud w3c member in Costa Rica.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="wbpsystems" category="namerica">
+ <name>WBP Systems</name>
+ <url>http://www.wbpsystems.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ WBP Systems has a wide range of experience in a number of
+ disciplines. <a href="http://bi.wbpsystems.com">Business
+ Intelligence software</a> is created to increase the productivity of your
+ business. We specialize in CRM, ERP and SCM solutions. Web
+ portals and automation of certain business processes are also
+ available. The <a href="http://im.wbpsystems.com">Infrastructure
+ Management</a> group is designed to manage, design and create
+ integrated solutions for our customer's networks.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="UnitedWare" category="namerica">
+ <name>UnitedWare, LLC</name>
+ <url>http://united-ware.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ UnitedWare, LLC is a Cincinnati, Ohio based company that provides
+ FreeBSD server setup and custom web and desktop applications. We
+ perform IT audits and solutions to identify and manage the
+ information needs of any business. To contact us visit our
+ <a href="http://united-ware.com/">website</a> or give us a call at
+ (513) 563-0897.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Triona" category="europe">
+ <name>Triona - Information und Technologie GmbH</name>
+ <url>http://www.triona.de</url>
+ <description>
+ Triona - Information und Technologie GmbH offers FreeBSD
+ installation and administration services, individual software
+ development, web-, application- and database-servers. The company
+ is based in Mainz, Germany. For more information contact us via
+ email <a href="mailto:bsd@triona.de">bsd@triona.de</a> or visit
+ our web site.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ActivSupport" category="namerica">
+ <name>ActivSupport, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.activsupport.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ ActivSupport is a network consulting firm located in the San
+ Francisco Bay Area specializing in cross-platform environment
+ support including FreeBSD. ActivSupport also provides network
+ security, and business continuity consulting. Whether you are
+ looking for a certified consultant or specific technical support
+ solutions please contact us at 1-877.228.4863 for immediate
+ assistance with your technical needs, or visit our <a
+ href="http://www.activsupport.com/">web site</a> for more
+ information about services we are providing.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="TDI" category="namerica">
+ <name>Tetrad Digital Integrity (TDI)</name>
+ <url>http://www.tdisecurity.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ TDI is an information assurance company in the Washington, DC
+ area and specializes in providing total security solutions in
+ the private and public sectors. TDI delivers an end-to-end
+ solution to security problems occurring in the networks of
+ private technology firms, the U.S. government and the military.
+ TDI can provide consulting services for all aspects of FreeBSD
+ secure enterprise deployment: desktop, server, infrastructure
+ (router/firewall), etc. Our website is at <a
+ href="http://www.tdisecurity.com">http://www.tdisecurity.com</a>
+ and we can be reached by email at <a
+ href="mailto:freebsd@tdisecurity.com">freebsd@tdisecurity.com</a>
+ , by phone at 202-337-5600 and by fax at 202-337-5601.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="heritage" category="europe">
+ <name>Heritage Network Technologies</name>
+ <url>http://www.heritagenetworktechnologies.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ We are a privately owned Technology Consulting Company based in
+ Baltimore area. We provide support for Open Source Operating
+ Systems and Software, as well as training for these. We target
+ small to medium enterprises as well as educational institutions.
+ We can be reached at 301-807-0784 or by email at <a
+ href="mailto:service@eissaf.net">service@eissaf.net</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="BSDPIE" category="europe">
+ <name>BSD Professionals In Europe (BSDPIE)</name>
+ <url>http://bsdpie.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ We are BSD based co-operating consultants offering Consultancy,
+ Support, Development, Installation and Internet Services located
+ in Munich, Germany.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="FalconKnight" category="namerica">
+ <name>Falcon Knight, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.falconknight.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Falcon Knight, Inc. provides FreeBSD installation, configuration,
+ and support from the simple to the advanced. Falcon Knight
+ performs large scale, load-balanced infrastructure planning and
+ implementations, complete with application servers and clustered
+ databases, all powered by FreeBSD. If your environment simply has
+ to be up 24x7 and you have high usage demands, call Falcon Knight
+ now at 877-625-9000 or email <a
+ href="mailto:info@falconknight.com">info@falconknight.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="venture37" category="europe">
+ <name>Venture 37</name>
+ <url>http://www.venture37.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Our company provides Mail, Web and DNS hosting solutions based on
+ OpenBSD &amp; FreeBSD as well as Technical Support and Management
+ (on site or remote) for Microsoft Windows, OS X, Linux and
+ BSD-like operating systems. We also provide services such as
+ connectivity &amp; colocation in datacentres at Brighton and
+ London. Check out our <a href="http://www.venture37.com/">
+ web site</a> or contact us at <a
+ href="mailto:info@venture37.com">info@venture37.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="opensistemas" category="europe">
+ <name>Open Sistemas</name>
+ <url>http://www.opensistemas.com</url>
+ <description>
+ We are a spanish company focused on providing business consulting
+ and global solutions based on Open Source software and operating
+ systems, like FreeBSD and GNU/Linux. We offer customers and
+ partners our high quality services, from integration to low level
+ C/C++ developments, 24x7 support, and our own or third-party open
+ technologies. For more information contact us at <a
+ href="mailto:info@opensistemas.com">info@opensistemas.com</a>
+ , visit our <a href="http://www.opensistemas.com">web site</a> or
+ contact us by phone at +34 91 445 39 36.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ibermachines" category="europe">
+ <name>Ibermachines Sistemas</name>
+ <url>http://www.ibermachines.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Ibermachines is a spanish-based company offering open source
+ software solutions to small and medium size organizations. We
+ install, configure and maintain servers and workstations mainly
+ running FreeBSD and GNU/Linux. Also mail, web, intranet, fax,
+ file and printing solutions are popular between our customers.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="cts" category="europe">
+ <name>CTS Consulting and Trade Service</name>
+ <url>http://www.ctseuro.com</url>
+ <description>
+ CTS Consulting &amp; Trade Service is a full service Consultant
+ and Supplier for pre-installed FreeBSD Servers. We ship
+ Firewalls, Internet Gateways, Mail Systems with virus protection,
+ realtime http scanner, File and Print Servers. Network planning
+ and implementation of WANS with IPSEC tunneling, Samba and
+ Hylafax installations. Founded in 1985 with Unix and Mainframe
+ experience since 1978. We are based in Salzburg and Vienna,
+ Austria and have customer references throughout Europe and
+ Eastern Europe ranging from 5 to 60000 Users. We are also
+ shipping pre-installed Asterisk Telephone Systems and have best
+ the references with it.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="jcr" category="samerica">
+ <name>JCR Engenharia de Sistemas</name>
+ <url>http://www.jcrengenharia.com.br/</url>
+ <description>
+ JCR Engenharia has more than 10 years experience in developing
+ FreeBSD solutions, like firewalls, Internet Servers, cluster
+ solutions and more. We are located in Salvador, Brazil.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="fortuitous" category="namerica">
+ <name>Fortuitous Technologies</name>
+ <url>http://fortuitous.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Fortuitous Technologies provides Performance Tuning, Capacity
+ Planning, System Design, Network Design and security services
+ for FreeBSD, Linux, and Unix systems worldwide. We cover Cloud,
+ Grid, and Multi-tiered systems of all types. Contact us at <a
+ href="http://fortuitous.com">http://Fortuitous.com</a> for
+ further information.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="netfence" category="europe">
+ <name>NetFence</name>
+ <url>http://www.netfence.it</url>
+ <description>
+ NetFence deploys and maintains Internet/intranet servers based on
+ FreeBSD and other open source software (including Apache web
+ server, Squid, Samba, Cyrus IMAP, PostgreSQL, OpenVPN and others).
+ Network and client-side hardware/software/support is also offered,
+ as well as custom programming and security coverage. It is
+ located in Bologna, Italy and can be reached at <a
+ href="mailto:freebsd@netfence.it">freebsd@netfence.it</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="unixconsulting" category="europe">
+ <name>Unix Consulting</name>
+ <url>http://www.unixconsulting.info</url>
+ <description>
+ Based in London, England, we are focused on BSD/Linux and Open
+ Source consultancy and support. Whether your business already
+ runs Linux/FreeBSD/NetBSD/OpenBSD or you are considering the
+ introduction of Open Source technology, <a
+ href="http://www.unixconsulting.info/">Unix Consulting</a> can
+ help you every step of the way.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="tc21" category="namerica">
+ <name>Techno Centre Logiciels Libres (TC2L)</name>
+ <url>http://www.tc2l.ca/</url>
+ <description>
+ TC2L is pioneers the IT industry by offering businesses and public
+ institutions the first one-stop shop for services, open source
+ software, and hardware to meet all IT needs. Our approach is
+ based on a unified network of technical and strategic high level
+ partners for service throughout Quebec. TC2L provides all the
+ support you need for easy migration to FLOSS (including special
+ attention to FreeBSD). From planning and implementation to
+ training and technical support, we provide comprehensive service.
+ User support has always been TC2L's top priority. As such, we
+ have shared our expertise in FLOSS and computer problem solving
+ abilities with the Government and large companies country-wide.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="flozer" category="europe">
+ <name>Flozer</name>
+ <url>http://www.flozer.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Spanish company focused on providing solutions and services based
+ on FLOSS software and operating systems with FreeBSD, OpenBSD and
+ GNU/Linux. We offer customers and partners our solutions and
+ services (consultance, development, migrations, virtualization,
+ support). For more information contact us at <a
+ href="mailto:contacto@flozer.com">contacto@flazer.com</a> or
+ visit our <a href="http://www.flozer.com">web site </a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ironkeep" category="namerica">
+ <name>Ironkeep Technologies L.L.C.</name>
+ <url>http://www.ironkeep.net</url>
+ <description>
+ Ironkeep Technologies is a Traverse City based consulting firm,
+ specializing in internet solutions, networks, vpns, software
+ development, programming, web development, web design,
+ application development, web hosting, consulting, and open
+ source software including FreeBSD.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="nihonsoft" category="asia">
+ <name>nihonsoft LLC.</name>
+ <url>http://www.nihonsoft.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ We provide consulting in English and Japanese to help your
+ business get started in Japan. We especially like to help FOSS
+ companies set up branches in Japan, and promote the use of FOSS
+ systems such as Debian, Ubuntu, FreeBSD, OpenBSD and NetBSD
+ throughout industries and schools in Japan.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="techneticsdatarecovery" category="australia">
+ <name>Technetics Data Recovery</name>
+ <url>http://www.techneticsdata.com.au/</url>
+ <description>
+ Technetics Data Recovery is one of the leading data recovery
+ labs in Australia. With many years of experience in the data recovery
+ industry we are the experts you can rely on in the event of data loss.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ethon" category="europe">
+ <name>Ethon Technologies GmbH</name>
+ <url>http://www.ethon.de</url>
+ <description>
+ Ethon Technologies GmbH -- located in Munich, Germany -- has a
+ strong focus on BSD driven solutions. We offer professional
+ consulting services as well as BSD based telecommunication
+ systems, ranging from basic PBX to telco solutions up to
+ 10.000.000 users. Feel free to contact us at
+ <a href="mailto:info@ethon.de">info@ethon.de</a> or drop us a
+ voicemail: +49.89.255456.0
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="mosman" category="samerica">
+ <name>Mosman Consultoria e Desenvolvimento</name>
+ <url>http://www.mosman.com.br</url>
+ <description>
+ Mosman Consultoria e Desenvolvimento works at the development of
+ a FreeBSD based ISP management solution called VirtexAdmin.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ish" category="australia">
+ <name>Ish Pty. Ltd.</name>
+ <url>http://www.ish.com.au</url>
+ <description>
+ Ish provides IT management, network security, FreeBSD and MacOS X
+ system administration services in Sydney, Australia. We have
+ designed and implemented BSD-based computer systems for a wide variety
+ of commercial customers, and we're available to provide troubleshooting
+ and advice for system administrators. As a developer of web sites, our
+ Java/WebObjects-based services are all hosted on FreeBSD servers. Please
+ call us for a chat on +612 9550 5001,
+ <a href="mailto:info@ish.com.au">e-mail us</a> or
+ <a href="http://www.ish.com.au/products/unix">visit our web site</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="itinfusion" category="namerica">
+ <name>IT Infusion Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.itinfusion.ca</url>
+ <description>
+ IT Infusion Inc. is a consulting firm based in Calgary, Alberta that has
+ been serving clients in the US and Canada since 1998. We have expertise
+ in FreeBSD, Linux, thin client implementations, Windows integration,
+ Enterprise e-mail systems, PHP/MySQL web development, and the deployment
+ of a wide range of Open Source software solutions. For more information,
+ please <a href="http://www.itinfusion.ca">visit our website</a> or drop
+ us an e-mail at
+ <a href="mailto:casey@itinfusion.ca">casey@itinfusion.ca</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="zelites" category="europe">
+ <name>Zelites</name>
+ <url>http://www.zelites.org</url>
+ <description>
+ Zelites is a company based in Le Mans, France. We offer many
+ services: Support, installation, maintenance, administration,
+ configuration of servers like firewall, VPN, IDS, web server, mail
+ server, DNS or whatever you need. Our services offerings include
+ a high-level of security. Our knowledge of *BSD (like FreeBSD,
+ OpenBSD, NetBSD ..), Linux, MacOS and commercial Unix systems is
+ wide and is your guaranty. For more information, visit our
+ <a href="http://www.zelites.org"
+ title="Zelites, Prestataire FreeBSD">website</a>,
+ <a href="mailto:info@zelites.org">mail us</a> or phone us at
+ +33 (0) 2 43 46 94 24.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="hamburgnet" category="europe">
+ <name>Hamburgnet</name>
+ <url>http://www.hamburgnet.de</url>
+ <description>
+ Hamburgnet provides you with experience in FreeBSD and OpenBSD
+ based projects. From low-end webservers to high-end firewall
+ and database clusters. Storage, server, Unix, cluster &amp; consulting.
+ You can visit our <a href="http://www.hamburgnet.de">website</a>,
+ <a href="mailto:info@hamburgnet.de">mail us</a>, phone us at
+ +49 (40) 73672322 or contact us via fax at +49 (40) 73672321.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="lifebiscuit" category="australia">
+ <name>LifeBiscuit Technology</name>
+ <url>http://lifebiscuit.com</url>
+ <description>
+ LifeBiscuit Technology is a Sydney based company providing technology
+ consulting and outsourcing services for small businesses in
+ Australia. We provide support for open source environments:
+ FreeBSD, Linux, OpenBSD and NetBSD.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="osbty" category="australia">
+ <name>OsBTI Pty. Ltd.</name>
+ <url>http://www.osbti.com.au</url>
+ <description>
+ One of our specialities is the support, administration and
+ installation of FreeBSD in SME Server Environments. Through our team of
+ technicians, we provide support both onsite and remotely to both
+ Australia and small select international clients.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="tecno21" category="samerica">
+ <name>Tecno21 - Openservices</name>
+ <url>http://www.tecno21.com.br/FreeBSD/</url>
+ <description>
+ We provide setup and support for FreeBSD, OpenBSD and Linux. We have 10+
+ years experience with open source softwares on corporate and SMB
+ customers. We offer custom applications (C/C++/Java/C#),
+ network infrastructure design, security, audit and smartcard solutions.
+ Contact us via <a href="mailto:suporte@tecno21.com.br">e-mail</a> or
+ by phone at +55 (11) 3825-2472.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="cybersecure" category="australia">
+ <name>CyberSecure Pty Ltd</name>
+ <url>http://www.cybersecure.com.au/</url>
+ <description>
+ CyberSecure specialises in offsite data backup, managed firewalls and
+ BSD consulting with an emphasis on quality and security.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="pate" category="namerica">
+ <name>Pate Consulting, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.pateconsulting.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ We specialize in providing solid open source solutions for businesses
+ using OpenBSD, FreeBSD, and Linux. 6 years in business. 12 years of
+ experience - MCSE, CCNA, RHCE certifications - Also MySQL, PostgreSQL.
+ VPNs, firewalls, wireless, DNS, squidGuard, mail - even training with
+ FreeBSD. You can contact us via <a
+ href="mailto:info@pateconsulting.com">e-mail</a>, call us at
+ 713.333.5468 or send us a fax at 713.333.5494.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="seciongmbh" category="europe">
+ <name>secion GmbH</name>
+ <url>http://www.secion.de/</url>
+ <description>
+ secion GmbH is an IT service and consulting company located
+ in Hamburg, Germany. With our long-term experience in *BSD,
+ Linux and Unix, as well as in-depth Windows knowledge, we
+ deliver commercial-grade services in designing, implementing
+ and administering server, client and network infrastructures.
+ Our skills includes database-, web- and network/communication
+ programming in large IT and Telco environments. One of our main
+ work areas is also designing and setting up larger IPSec VPNs,
+ security systems, firewall concepts and communication systems.
+ For more information call us at +49-40-389071-0 or visit our
+ <a href="http://www.secion.de/">web site</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="recoverdata" category="australia">
+ <name>Recover Data</name>
+ <url>http://www.recoverdata.com.au</url>
+ <description>
+ Recover Data supports hard drive repair for data recovery. With
+ over 10 years experience, our data recovery services are second to
+ none. Specialising in recovering data for data recovery companies
+ and RAID configurations.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="webangel" category="europe">
+ <name>Webangel</name>
+ <url>http://www.webangel.ie/</url>
+ <description>
+ Webangel is a company working with open-source operating system
+ and software from the beginning.
+ We offer
+ <a href="http://www.webangel.ie/consultancy">consultancy</a>,
+ <a href="http://www.webangel.ie/linux">support</a>,
+ <a href="http://www.webangel.ie/webapp/webapps">development</a>,
+ <a href="http://www.webangel.ie/opensource/ostraining">training</a>
+ and remote administration services.
+ You can reach us by <a href="mailto:office@webangel.ie">email</a>
+ or phone: +353&nbsp;85&nbsp;157&nbsp;04&nbsp;61.
+ We are based in Rathcoole, Co. Dublin Ireland.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="remsys" category="asia">
+ <name>REMSYS</name>
+ <url>http://www.remsys.net</url>
+ <description>
+ <a href="http://www.remsys.net">REMSYS</a>, based in Chisinau,
+ Moldova, provides and specializes in support and consulting for
+ FreeBSD, BSDi, Linux and other Unix variants. We are dedicated
+ to offering solutions for desktop and server environments. We
+ can help installing, configuring, system administration (Exim,
+ SMTP, Database, Webhosting, DNS, Apache Webstats etc.) Our
+ experience covers the most important branches of current IT
+ industry, from routine of server management, security audits and
+ updates, to high performance computing, mitigating attacks and
+ recovering data from crashed file systems. We offer you up to
+ date solutions for remote systems management, keeping your
+ network equipment up and operational 24 hours a day. For more
+ information please visit our
+ <a href="http://www.remsys.net">web site</a> or contact us at
+ <a href="mailto:info@remsys.net">info@remsys.net</a> or call us
+ at +373 22 23-20-70, +373 79-40-63-09.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="collinssystems" category="namerica">
+ <name>Collins Systems Solutions Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.csystems.ca</url>
+ <description>
+ Collins Systems Solutions Inc. is a Toronto, Ontario Canada
+ based consulting firm specializing in the design, implementation,
+ and support of all things UNIX including Solaris, FreeBSD,
+ OpenBSD, all major Linux distributions, and Microsoft Windows
+ operating environments. Collins Systems has specialized skills
+ in system administration, security, network design, system
+ integration, network/server/application management and service
+ monitoring. Remote administration is the key to providing our
+ customers all over the world with the most efficient and effective
+ service. For more information, email us at
+ <a href="mailto:info@csystems.ca">info@csystems.ca</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="firmbit" category="namerica">
+ <name>FirmbIT</name>
+ <url>http://www.firmbit.com/index.php</url>
+ <description>
+ FirmbIT is a high quality server management and security company
+ providing friendly reliable support specializing in high security
+ installations and scalable solutions with support for FreeBSD,
+ OpenBSD, NetBSD, Redhat, Fedora, CentOS, Debian, Slackware, Gentoo,
+ SuSe, Mandrake and Sun Solaris servers.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="networkadvantage" category="namerica">
+ <name>Network Advantage LLC</name>
+ <url>http://net-vantage.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ We strive to bring the same technology advantages enjoyed by large
+ organizations to small and medium-sized businesses, schools, and
+ non-profits, at a realistic and practical cost. FreeBSD running SAMBA,
+ Apache, MySQL, PHP, sql-ledger, KDE, and many other applications is often
+ the central ingredient of this solution. Please email <a
+ href="mailto:roy@net-vantage.com">us</a> for free initial consultation.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="nullcube" category="australia">
+ <name>Nullcube Pty Ltd</name>
+ <url>http://www.nullcube.com.au/</url>
+ <description>
+ Nullcube provides services to organisations with exceptional
+ security needs. We use FreeBSD, OpenBSD and Linux to develop and
+ support network architectures for security-sensitive environments,
+ including firewalls, VPNs, proxies, and IDS / IPS solutions. We
+ also provide IT security auditing, penetration testing, risk
+ management, and incident response services.
+ Call +61&nbsp;1300&nbsp;767&nbsp;007 or send an email to <a
+ href="mailto:info@nullcube.com">info@nullcube.com</a> for free
+ initial consultation.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="esystems" category="europe">
+ <name>E-Systems</name>
+ <url>http://www.e-systems.pl/</url>
+ <description>
+ We provide open source solutions for the small companies in Wroclaw,
+ Poland. We are specialized in servers (*BSD, Linux).
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="giganetworking" category="namerica">
+ <name>Giganetworking</name>
+ <url>http://www.giganetworking.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Consulting in the areas of Internet security and data defense
+ mainly with open source software. Particular knowledge of
+ firewalls, internet applications, Mail, Proxy Servers, IDS and
+ network administration. Have developed a range of
+ routers/appliances based on Linux/BSD. For more questions please
+ visit our <a href="http://www.giganetworking.com">web site</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="eden-fx" category="asia">
+ <name>EDEN-FX</name>
+ <url>http://www.eden-fx.com</url>
+ <description>
+ EDEN-FX is a company which develops high class technology. Founded
+ in 1999, we are working with a team of highly qualified professionals
+ specializing in hard and software engineering. We have broad
+ experience with the FreeBSD operating system. EDEN-FX solutions
+ manufactures firewalls, wireless engineering and develops network
+ technologies.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="zero-penalty" category="namerica">
+ <name>Zero Penalty</name>
+ <url>http://zeropenalty.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Located in the city of Toronto Canada, Zero Penalty is well positioned
+ to service clients within Canada and abroad who require Technology
+ Consulting services. Though focused on technology infrastructure
+ services, Zero Penalty offers a variety of products and services that
+ include Telephony Services including VOIP Deployment and Management,
+ Network Design, Build and Management, System Support, including Desktop
+ Support, Hosting and Colocation.<br/>
+ Offshore Services is one of our core strengths, including Infrastructure
+ Management, Monitoring and Deployment. Businesses that require offshore
+ hosting and services will benefit from our expertise in working with
+ international telecom providers, and our understanding of the
+ international IT landscape.<br/>
+ At Zero Penalty, we strive to make our clients comfortable with the
+ choices they make, provide value, and quality products and services.
+ Contact us today to start a relationship that will help your business
+ strive in its IT requirements.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="osc" category="europe">
+ <name>OSC Services</name>
+ <url>http://www.orsec.fr/</url>
+ <description>
+ We proivde technical support and expertise, around opensource software
+ technologies, security and network solutions.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="osre" category="namerica">
+ <name>Open Software Research and Education (OSRE)</name>
+ <url>http://www.osre.org/</url>
+ <description>
+ Open Software Research and Education (OSRE) is a comprehensive entity
+ providing open infrastructure design, development, deployment,
+ maintenance and training. We have extensive experience with FreeBSD
+ and most other open source operating systems. We are located in
+ Longview, Texas and provide both on-site and remote support at
+ affordable rates. Please visit our <a
+ href="http://www.osre.org">website</a> for more information or call us
+ toll-free at 1.866.235.1288.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="oullet" category="namerica">
+ <name>Ouellet Consulting Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://sirius.danosoft.com/oci/index.html</url>
+ <description>
+ OCI specialize in systems/networks design, implementation and security
+ solutions, including solutions meeting HIPPA requirements. We spec out,
+ configure and support firewalls, proxy-arrays, servers, switches, mail
+ systems, web servers, databases, etc. We are familiar with and support
+ most Windows and Unix/Linux systems including FreeBSD. We offer remote
+ administration services worldwide, on all supported platforms. We plan
+ and assist with Active Directory migrations. For more information
+ please contact us via <a href="mailto:info@danosoft.com">e-mail</a> or
+ call us +1-850-510-6162. Please see <a
+ href="http://sirius.danosoft.com/oci/index.html">our website</a> for
+ complete details on what we offer.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="wetinet" category="europe">
+ <name>WeTi.NeT</name>
+ <url>http://www.weti.net</url>
+ <description>
+ WeTi.NeT - Limberger HandelsgesmbH is a full service Consultant
+ and Supplier for pre-installed FreeBSD Servers. We ship Firewalls,
+ Internet Gateways, Mail Systems with virus protection, realtime
+ http scanner, File and Print Servers. Network planning and
+ implementation of WANS with IPSEC tunneling, Samba and Hylafax
+ installations. Founded in 1977 with Unix and Novell experience
+ since more than 30 years. We are based in Bad Goisern and Salzburg,
+ Austria and have customer references throughout Austria, Switzerland,
+ the Netherlands and Germany ranging from 5 to 60000 Users. We are
+ also shipping pre-installed Asterisk Telephone Systems and have best
+ the references with it.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="handtake" category="europe">
+ <name>HANDTAKE GmbH</name>
+ <url>http://www.handtake.de</url>
+ <description>
+ HANDTAKE GmbH is a service provider for Open Source solutions
+ based in Munich. We provide a full range of services (consulting
+ services, system administration, support, programming) for Linux,
+ *BSD and other Open Source software. For further information
+ please contact
+ <a href="mailto:freebsd@handtake.de">freebsd@handtake.de</a> or
+ visit our website <a href="http://www.handtake.de">www.handtake.de</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="mivitec" category="europe">
+ <name>MIVITEC GmbH Niederlassung Muenchen</name>
+ <url>http://www.mivitec.de</url>
+ <description>
+ "MIVITEC GmbH Niederlassung Muenchen" is a provides full redundant
+ hosting infrastructure in 3 datacenters in Munich. For our client
+ we provide IT management, network security, Linux, BSD and MacOS X
+ system administration services. We have big experience of
+ implementing high availability services, cluster systems and
+ hosting infrastructures. These services are provided for clients
+ in our datacenters as well as in your company's datacenter, even
+ in other cities in Germany and Austria. For more information
+ please call us at +49 89 420797870, send us an email:
+ <a href="mailto:freebsd@mivitec.de">freebsd@mivitec.de</a> or
+ visit our website <a href="http://www.mivitec.de">www.mivitec.de</a>.
+ You are also invited to visit us in Munich, so that we can
+ discuss your FreeBSD based projects.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="corbesero" category="namerica">
+ <name>Stephen Corbesero</name>
+ <url>mailto:corbesero@fast.net</url>
+ <description>
+ Stephen Corbesero has over 20 years of software and hardware computing
+ experience in various flavors of Unix (FreeBSD since 2.2, SunOS, Solaris,
+ ...), C and C++, Perl, databases, networking, etc. He can provide system
+ and network configuration and administration, some custom programming in
+ the above languages, troubleshooting and repair. He is located in
+ Eastern Pennsylvania. Please email <a
+ href="mailto:corbesero@fast.net">him</a> for more information.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="hahnefeld" category="europe">
+ <name>bj&ouml;rn hahnefeld IT</name>
+ <url>http://www.hahnefeld.de</url>
+ <description>
+ We are a company for Software-Engineering and a Hosting- and
+ Server-Solutions provider (Web-, Application-, Database-servers)
+ for Germany, Austria and Switzerland. We are experienced in the
+ installation and administration of BSD and Linux systems. Our
+ software experience is with PHP, Perl and SQL and we speak English
+ and German. We are located in Regensburg, Germany. Please email
+ <a href="mailto:info@hahnefeld.de">info@hahnefeld.de</a> for more
+ information.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="paxym" category="namerica">
+ <name>Paxym</name>
+ <url>http://www.paxym.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Paxym's Highly Skilled team provides software development and
+ consulting services in the areas of Kernels, Bootloaders for new
+ CPUs &amp; Boards, Network Security Applications, Storage
+ Appliances and Performance tuning of embedded SW and
+ Network/Storage/Security Applications. Paxym provides FreeBSD
+ SMP for OCTEON (Multicore Mips64 CPU from Cavium Networks). The
+ port is extensively tested with OpenPosix, Apache WebBench,
+ UnixBench, MySQL Sysbench, OHCP, Netperf, FreeNAS for stability
+ and functional completeness. Stable port based on FreeBSD 7.0 is
+ targeted for Network, Security and Storage Applications. Multiple
+ cores, from 1-16 can be used in SMP mode. Supports Dynamic &amp;
+ Static Linking models, o32, n64 &amp; n32 ABI. Root filesystem
+ can be embedded in kernel memory or put on Compact-Flash/NFS.
+ libthr for POSIX pthreads. Paxym's team has had extensive
+ experience with Multi-core Mips (Octeon), PPC and x86 CPUs.
+ Working on these from Rom-Monitors, boot-loaders, Operating
+ Systems, Network Stacks, Storage protocols, Device Drivers,
+ Security Algorithms and Embedded Applications. Paxym has been
+ working closely on FreeBSD, Linux and proprietary OS environments.
+ For more information, visit
+ <a href="http://www.paxym.com">http://www.paxym.com/</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="pontosi" category="europe">
+ <name>PontoSI</name>
+ <url>http://www.pontosi.pt</url>
+ <description>
+ PontoSI is portuguese company based in Vila Nova de Gaia. We are
+ specialized in FreeBSD and OpenBSD solutions and services.
+ Please visit our website at http://www.pontosi.pt or contact us
+ via email geral@pontosi.pt
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="mejojose" category="asia">
+ <name>Mejo Jose</name>
+ <url>http://www.kannayath.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Open source technology consultant based in Dubai, UAE. More
+ information on the website -
+ <a href="http://www.kannayath.com">www.kannayath.com</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="interfuture" category="europe">
+ <name>Interfuture Systems Ltd</name>
+ <url>http://www.interfuture.co.uk</url>
+ <description>
+ Interfuture is an UK company offering a full range of UNIX
+ consultancy, from desktop installation and support through to
+ mission-critical server support and troubleshooting. One of our
+ specialist areas and preferred operating systems is FreeBSD.
+ Visit our website for more information:
+ <a href="http://www.interfuture.co.uk/specialists/unix.php">http://www.interfuture.co.uk/specialists/unix.php</a>
+ or call +44 203 002 2111.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="senseofsecurity" category="australia">
+ <name>Sense of Security Pty Ltd</name>
+ <url>http://www.senseofsecurity.com.au/</url>
+ <description>
+ Sense of Security is an Australian provider of Free BSD and Unix
+ consulting services. We have a strong focus on building secure
+ networks and systems, including firewalls, VPNs, web servers, etc.
+ We are also experts at conducting security review, audit,
+ penetration testing, and assessment services.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="opentech" category="europe">
+ <name>Open Tech SmbA</name>
+ <url>http://www.opentech.dk</url>
+ <description>
+ Open Tech SmbA is a Danish consultancy, that can help your business
+ ensure and optimize production performance through a good practice
+ of system and network administration of its information technology.
+ Our office is located in Herlev, Copenhagen, Denmark. We can be
+ reached by phone at +45 43 62 22 88 and by electronic mail to
+ <a href="mailto:opentech@opentech.dk">opentech@opentech.dk</a>. Visit our
+ website at <a href="http://www.opentech.dk">www.opentech.dk</a> and
+ stay updated with announcements, technical procedures, system
+ administration tasks, that we can do for you, contact details,
+ business conditions and much more. Open Tech SmbA is a legally
+ approved and registered company in Denmark.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+</entries>
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@@ -0,0 +1,833 @@
+<?xml version="1.0"?>
+<!DOCTYPE entries PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD FreeBSD XML Database for Commercial Gallery//EN"
+ "http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/www/share/xml/gallery.dtd">
+<!-- $FreeBSD$ -->
+
+<entries>
+ <cvs:keyword xmlns:cvs="http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/CVS">
+ $FreeBSD$
+ </cvs:keyword>
+
+ <entry id="ABMX">
+ <name>ABMX Servers</name>
+ <url>http://www.abmx.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ ABMX based in California, offers custom-build Rackmount Servers
+ optimized for FreeBSD. We can custom build just about anything.
+ If it can be configured, we will configure it. Please contact our
+ friendly engineers at 1-800-711-1788 or visit <a
+ href="http://www.abmx.com/">http://www.abmx.com/</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ACNODES">
+ <name>Acnodes Corporation</name>
+ <url>http://www.acnodes.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ <p>Acnodes Corporation provides FreeBSD and Linux-based computer
+ for customers in the industrial control, automation industries
+ and the military. Our rack mount computers, embedded systems
+ and Panel PCs are fully configurable and support FreeBSD, Linux
+ or any other operating system.</p>
+
+ <p>Our product line includes <a
+ href="http://www.acnodes.com/Rackmount-computer.htm">Rackmount
+ computers</a> (1U to 4U rack-mount ready computers, standard ATX
+ or SBC systems), <a
+ href="http://www.acnodes.com/Panel-PC.htm">Panel PCs</a> (panel
+ mount ready touch screen computer), <a
+ href="http://www.acnodes.com/Fanless-embedded-microbox-system.htm">
+ Embedded system boxes</a> (fan less all-in-one computer integrated
+ into a rugged metal compact-size micro box), <a
+ href="http://www.acnodes.com/Monitor-keyboard-drawer.htm">Monitor
+ keyboard drawers</a> (space-saving 1U/2U control console, optional
+ for Cat6, IP KVM switch) and <a
+ href="http://www.acnodes.com/Rackmount-LCD-monitor.htm">Rackmount
+ LCD monitors</a> (rack-mount ready LCD monitors up to 20-inch).</p>
+
+ <p>Our product line configurations are illustrated on our <a
+ href="http://www.acnodes.com">website</a>. However, most of the
+ commercial and industrial computers are custom built to your
+ exact requirements. <a
+ href="http://www.acnodes.com/zebpage_contactus.htm">Contact</a>
+ us via e-mail or telephone to discover how we can provide you
+ with the equipment you need for your specific needs.</p>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ActiveWire">
+ <name>ActiveWire Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.ActiveWireInc.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ ActiveWire Inc. provides an extremely flexible, USB-based I/O board
+ that connects to buttons, switches, and LEDs, providing a simple API
+ to read and write to the I/O pins on the board. The USB port is
+ supported in <a href="http://www.FreeBSD.org">FreeBSD 4.0</a>
+ or later. An additional EZ USB chip firmware downloader is
+ available in the Ports Collection.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ADCOMTEC">
+ <name>ADCOMTEC</name>
+ <url>http://www.adcomtec.com</url>
+ <description>
+ ADCOMTEC specializes in providing high-performance, advanced
+ communications and networking solutions. FreeBSD driver support is
+ provided for a range of high-performance WAN adapters for ADSL, T1,
+ E1, and Synchronous Serial (RS-232/V.35/X.21/EIA530) connectivity
+ that support a number of downloadable protocol modules including ATM,
+ Frame Relay, X.25, HDLC, SDLC, PPP, and SS7. For more information,
+ contact <a href="mailto:info@adcomtec.com">info@adcomtec.com</a> or
+ visit <a href="http://www.adcomtec.com">http://www.adcomtec.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="AdvancedComputer">
+ <name>Advanced Computer and Network Management Corporation</name>
+ <url>http://www.acnc.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Advanced Computer and Network Corporation Our site, dedicated to RAID
+ (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) technology, features, an
+ excellent, easy-to-understand, graphical RAID tutorial. We are a
+ one-stop source for cost-effective, high-performance RAID arrays,
+ SCSI switches, boosters, cables, fiber-optic extenders, and
+ high-availability solutions.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ASA">
+ <name>ASA Computers</name>
+ <url>http://www.asacomputers.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ ASA Computers offers a wide range of performance-oriented servers,
+ workstations, and networking products. We are experienced in quality
+ configuration and support of FreeBSD, Linux, and other operating
+ systems. Multiple-OS experience and knowledge are our strengths. We
+ resell a variety of communication and networking products, including
+ 3COM, Cisco, Cyclades, DIGI, Livingston, and U.S. Robotics. Please
+ take a look at the pre-configured systems on our web page. Contact us
+ at <a href="mailto:unix@asacomputers.com">unix@asacomputers.com</a>
+ to configure them your own way or if you have questions or comments.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="aspensystemsdirect">
+ <name>Aspen Systems Direct</name>
+ <url>http://www.aspensystemsdirect.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Aspen Systems is based out of Wheat Ridge, CO and has been in
+ business for over 30 years offering customizable rackmount servers
+ and workstations featuring FreeBSD and other open source operating
+ systems. We also provide custom turn-key High Performance Computing
+ Clusters for government, universities, and corporations throughout
+ the world. Please contact a sales engineer today at <a
+ href="tel:8882271286">1-888-227-1286</a> or visit our <a
+ href="http://www.aspensystemsdirect.com">website</a> for more
+ information.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="catpipe">
+ <name>catpipe Systems</name>
+ <url>http://www.catpipe.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ catpipe Systems ApS provides managed services and support contracts
+ for FreeBSD, implemented on rackmountable servers preloaded with
+ FreeBSD.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="CoreSystems">
+ <name>Core Systems</name>
+ <url>http://www.coresystemsusa.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Core Systems is the market leader in <a
+ href="http://www.coresystemsusa.com/industrial-computers.php">rackmount
+ computers</a> and <a
+ href="http://www.coresystemsusa.com/industrial-lcd-displays.php">rackmount
+ LCD displays</a> and supports multiple versions of FreeBSD. We
+ manufacture a complete line of <a
+ href="http://www.coresystemsusa.com/rackmount-industrial-computer-chassis.php">
+ industrial computer chassis</a>, <a
+ href="http://www.coresystemsusa.com/industrial-single-board-computer.php">
+ single board computer</a> and <a
+ href="http://www.coresystemsusa.com/passive-backplanes.php">passive
+ backplane</a> <a
+ href="http://www.coresystemsusa.com/atx-eatx-systems.php">rackmount
+ systems</a>. We design and manufacture all of our 1U and 4U
+ rack mounted systems in-house to maintain strict revision control over
+ our entire product line. Our systems engineering design and
+ development staff is second to none in the rackmount industry.
+ Please visit our <a href="http://www.coresystemsusa.com/">website</a>
+ for further information.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="CoyotePointSystems">
+ <name>Coyote Point Systems</name>
+ <url>http://www.coyotepoint.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Coyote Point Systems offers the <a
+ href="http://www.coyotepoint.com/products.htm">Equalizer</a> Load
+ Balancing Appliance. Equalizer distributes client UDP/TCP requests to
+ multiple server machines and includes load balancing, server failure
+ detection/correction, and an easy-to-use administrative interface.
+ Capable of handling over 20,000 HTTP GET operations per minute,
+ Equalizer enhances the Scalability, Availability and Manageability of
+ any server cluster. Equalizer works with all standard protocols,
+ including: HTTP, FTP, POP, SMTP, DNS, etc. Equalizer is based on the
+ FreeBSD kernel.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="CycladesCorporation">
+ <name>Cyclades Corporation</name>
+ <url>http://www.cyclades.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Cyclades Corporation sells a variety of high performance, multiport
+ serial cards which FreeBSD supports directly in its standard
+ releases.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="DAVICOM">
+ <name>DAVICOM Semiconductor, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.davicom.com.tw/</url>
+ <description>
+ DAVICOM Semiconductor, Inc. designs, develops, and markets
+ cost-effective integrated circuit (IC) solutions for mainstream
+ networking and communications applications. DAVICOM is one of the
+ leading suppliers of Local Area Network (LAN) and Wide Area Network
+ (WAN) chip sets to international original equipment manufactures
+ (OEMs) of networking and communications equipment. <p> The current
+ products of DAVICOM Semiconductor, Inc. that will support the FreeBSD
+ driver are DM9102 (10M/100M PCI Fast Ethernet single chip), DM9102A
+ (3.3 volts Low Power10M/100M PCI Fast Ethernet single chip), DM9101
+ (10M/100M PCI Fast Ethernet PHY chip, included into DM9102 single
+ chip), DM9131 (3.3 volts Low Power10M/100M PCI Fast Ethernet PHY
+ chip, included into DM9102A single chip) and DM9801 (1M8 Home PNA PHY
+ chip). </p> <p> Please visit <a href="http://www.davicom.com.tw">our
+ web site</a> for more information about our company. </p>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="EmergingTechnologies">
+ <name>Emerging Technologies</name>
+ <url>http://www.etinc.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Emerging Technologies, Inc. has high-speed serial-communications
+ adapters, allowing FreeBSD systems to connect directly to leased
+ lines at speeds from 56k to T1/E1. ET drivers support up to 16 T1/E1
+ lines on a single FreeBSD-based PC. The adapters include a complete
+ set of drivers and utilities that allow a FreeBSD machine to
+ communicate directly with virtually any IP router via synchronous
+ PPP, Frame Relay, X.25, and directly to Cisco brand routers with
+ Cisco serial encapsulation. Full documentation and support are
+ included. Hardware choices are available for both ISA and PCI buses,
+ ranging from an economical single-port ISA adapter to a four T1/E1
+ port PCI card with four dedicated 25MHz processors on-board. To
+ contact Emerging Technologies, send E-mail to <a
+ href="mailto:info@etinc.com">info@etinc.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="EMT">
+ <name>EMT</name>
+ <url>http://www.emt.co.jp/</url>
+ <description>
+ Based in Japan, EMT offers tailor-made Servers and Workstations
+ optimized for FreeBSD. We provide high-quality and high-reliable
+ systems by carrying out a thorough examination and offer
+ Hardware Warranty Support. Please contact us via <a
+ href="mailto:sales@emt.co.jp">email</a> or visit our <a
+ href="http://www.emt.co.jp/">website</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="EssenzConsulting">
+ <name>Essenz Consulting</name>
+ <url>http://www.essenz.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Essenz Consulting is a leading provider of high-performance rackmount
+ server equipment. All of our <a
+ href="http://www.essenz.com/servers/index.html">servers</a> feature
+ dual processor capability, dual onboard networking, high-capacity
+ memory support, and integrated video. From 1U Hot-Swap SCSI systems
+ to 2U Hot-Swap 64-bit SCSI RAID with 2x300W Hot-Swap Power Supply,
+ all Essenz Servers can be custom configured with immediate online
+ pricing. For more information, visit us <a
+ href="http://www.essenz.com">online</a> or call our 24/7 Sales and
+ Support department at 1-800-248-1736.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="FreeBSDSystems">
+ <name>FreeBSD Systems</name>
+ <url>http://www.freebsdsystems.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Since 1999 FreeBSD Systems manufactures fast and reliable
+ Rackmount, Tower Servers and RAID Systems. Our Servers
+ comprise of AMD Opteron Single-Core and Dual-Core, Intel Xeon and
+ Pentium Processors in SCSI and SATA configurations. All of our
+ Servers and RAID Systems have built-in Remote Hardware Management
+ functionality to prevent needless downtime due to a malfunctioning
+ component. Our build/burn-in has proven very successful in
+ preventing our clients with Servers and RAID Systems becoming
+ problematic. We provide On-Site Hardware Warranty Support in many
+ countries.<br />We ship world wide and offer complete customization
+ on a per order basis. We can be reached by calling our toll-free
+ number 1.877.963.1900 in North America. For Toll-Free Outside
+ North America please <a
+ href="http://www.freebsdsystems.com/contact.php">see here</a>
+ or by <a href="mailto:info@freebsdsystems.com">email</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="FreedomTechnologies">
+ <name>Freedom Technologies</name>
+ <url>http://www.freedomtc.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Freedom Technologies offers you a wide range of Premium Quality Servers
+ in Rackmount and Tower configurations and, High-Performance Raid Systems.
+ All our Servers will run FreeBSD out of the box (i386 and AMD/64). We
+ offer several <a
+ href="http://www.freedomtc.com/nebs3.php">NEBS Level-3 1U and 2U</a>
+ Rackmount Servers with standard A.C. power or with -48 Volt D.C. Power.
+ We offer several <a
+ href="http://www.freedomtc.com/short_depth_servers.php">short depth 1U
+ and 2U Rackmount Servers</a>. You will find a good selection of
+ External Direct and Network Attached <a
+ href="http://www.freedomtc.com/raid.php">RAID Enclosure Systems</a>
+ from 8-Bay to 24-Bay. Our focus is providing you with premium quality,
+ trouble free Servers and RAID Storage Systems at best possible prices.
+ <a href="http://www.freedomtc.com/">Visit us online</a> and get pricing
+ instantly or call us toll-free 1.877.963.1900.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Gallantry">
+ <name>Gallantry Technologies, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.gallantry.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Gallantry Technologies Inc. offers a business broadband gateway for
+ small- to medium-sized businesses. Our products are focused on
+ offering an easy-to-use product that provides multiple services
+ routing, firewall, e-mail, web server, DHCP, NAT, FTP, DNS, and print
+ server. All these features can be accessed via an easy-to-use web
+ interface. The GallantWEB-100 is an affordable and easy-to-use
+ business broadband gateway that is ideal for connecting small and
+ medium offices to the Internet via any broadband connection including
+ xDSL, Cable, Frame Relay/T1, or ISDN. The GallantWEB-200 is the
+ industry's first business broadband gateway to include a built-in
+ SDSL router. This innovative one-box solution makes it easy for DSL
+ service providers to deploy and manage.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="GenstorSystems">
+ <name>Genstor Systems, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.genstor.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Genstor Systems specializes in systems customized for FreeBSD. You
+ will find Storage (like multi-TB storage using SATA disks) and
+ Server options, built around quality hardware. We also build
+ clusters and provide OEM services for appliance integration.
+ Genstor keeps abreast of drivers and bugs so you do not have to.
+ We customize systems around Linux, and x86 Solaris as well.
+ Contact us via email at
+ <a href="mailto:sales@genstor.com">sales@genstor.com</a>
+ or call us at (877)25-SERVERS and test our capabilities.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="GND">
+ <name>GND Distribution, Ltd.</name>
+ <url>http://www.gnd.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ GND Distribution, Ltd., a London, UK-based company, specializes in
+ bespoke computer systems for FreeBSD and Linux. All GND computer
+ systems are built to order, using only top-quality components. Our
+ build quality is second to none. Systems are supplied configured and
+ optimized to our customer's requirements. We also supply a large
+ range of system components, including ASUSTeK mainboards, which are
+ popular within the FreeBSD and Linux communities.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Highpoint">
+ <name>HighPoint Technologies</name>
+ <url>http://www.highpoint-tech.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ HighPoint sells SATA RAID Controller products which are supported
+ natively by FreeBSD 6.3 and 7.0. Drivers for older versions of
+ FreeBSD are available on their website. HighPoint is specialized
+ in providing SATA RAID solutions, including an Enterprise Series,
+ Value Line Series and Upgrade Series of RAID controllers. Their
+ motto is "One Size Does Not Fit All".
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="INetU">
+ <name>INetU Dedicated Managed Hosting</name>
+ <url>http://www.inetu.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ INetU Dedicated Managed Hosting are one of the top rated hosting
+ firms focused on dedicated managed hosting, INetU provides managed
+ dedicated FreeBSD servers, along with firewalls, load balancing,
+ advanced monitoring and data backup services. They offer more free
+ tech support than most other hosts and have a lucrative partner
+ program for consultants and developers.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="IronSystems">
+ <name>Iron Systems</name>
+ <url>http://www.ironsystems.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Iron Systems, located in San Jose, California, is a provider of
+ high-density rack-mount Internet systems, low cost hosting solutions
+ and OEM integration services. System solutions are either
+ built-to-order iServers with custom-configured hardware, OS, kernel
+ and applications; or a set of pre-configured network infrastructure
+ iEngines and iClusters, specially designed to deliver a dedicated
+ application. Iron Systems backs all solutions with world-class
+ technical support for FreeBSD and Linux. Our team at an average
+ has over 10 years of experience in building BSD-based systems. We
+ understand that our servers run your mission-critical applications -
+ that's why we use only the highest quality components and test all
+ systems in advance. We are confident that you will appreciate our
+ approach. Give us an opportunity to serve you! Please send us email
+ at <a href="mailto:info@ironsystems.com">info@ironsystems.com</a> or
+ call 1-800-921-IRON.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ItautecPhilco">
+ <name>Itautec Philco</name>
+ <url>http://www.itautec.com.br/</url>
+ <description>
+ Itautec Philco is one of Brazil's leading IT products manufacturers
+ and one the leaders in the Brazilian Market and significant market
+ share in Portugal, Uruguay and Argentina. Products such as the
+ Infoway and the InfoServer are fully compatible with FreeBSD, Linux,
+ and other Operating Systems. Itautec Philco also manufactures Banking
+ and Retail Automation products, as well as Consumer Electronics
+ products. We provide complete solutions for our customers, from
+ Infrastructure (such as LAN) to software applications, to Web
+ development and hosting services, to call-center services.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="KYTEX">
+ <name>KYTEX Computers Ltd</name>
+ <url>http://www.kytex.bg/</url>
+ <description>
+ KYTEX Computers Ltd offers K-SERVER family of pre-installed xBSD and
+ Linux Internet appliances. K-SERVER product line include small
+ footprint all-in-one solutions for small to middle networks and
+ rackmount servers for ISP/ASP and corporate networks. All-in-one
+ solutions provides Internet access via dial-up, leased lines, xDSL,
+ wireless technology and offer filesharing for Windows and MacOS
+ workstations across the network at no additional cost, users WEB-,
+ Mail-, Firewall-, DNS-server applications started and partially
+ configured for easy integration in any existing networks. K-SERVER
+ setup and management is very simple - just start any browser on your
+ workstation and follow the setup instructions and menus. If you have
+ any questions or proposals, please e-mail us.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="MOXA">
+ <name>MOXA</name>
+ <url>http://www.moxa.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ MOXA makes attractively priced multi-port serial cards which are
+ compatible with FreeBSD's <em>sio</em> serial driver. The C104 / C168
+ family of 2/4/8 serial port cards features custom ASIC design, speeds
+ up to 921.6Kbps, surge protection, independent and
+ software-configurable I/O ports and IRQs.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="NetWolves">
+ <name>NetWolves Corporation</name>
+ <url>http://www.netwolves.com</url>
+ <description>
+ NetWolves Corporation produces the FoxBox line of Multi-services
+ Internet Communications Gateway systems. These Internet Access
+ Devices offer a three stage firewall, unlimited e-mail, site hosting,
+ filtered browsing, web and DNS caching, DHCP for ease of set up, file
+ sharing/serving, e-mail archiving, and a series of productivity
+ enhancing reports - cost effectively. The FoxBox OS is based on
+ FreeBSD. Bandwidth options range from V.90 modems to T-1, cable
+ modems, and DSL speeds. The FoxBox provides Internet access for
+ between 8 and 1000 users on one or more LANs and is available
+ internationally through our VAR reseller network. Visit <a
+ href="http://www.netwolves.com/">our site</a> for more information or
+ contact us by <a href="mailto:sales@netwolves.com">email</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="iXsystems">
+ <name>iXsystems</name>
+ <url>http://www.iXsystems.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ iXsystems (formerly OffMyServer) provides FreeBSD and Linux-based
+ Internet infrastructure-grade rackmount servers, network appliances,
+ enterprise blade servers, and storage products to a global market.
+ We use only the best quality components and do the required testing
+ in advance - knowing that you are going to run your mission-critical
+ applications on our servers. We are confident that you will appreciate
+ our approach - give us an opportunity to server you! Send us an email
+ at <a href="mailto:info@iXsystems.com">info@iXsystems.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="OrbitMicro">
+ <name>Orbit Micro</name>
+ <url>http://www.orbitmicro.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Orbit Micro is a system integrator of servers, workstations,
+ industrial computers and networking products. Our application
+ design approach allows us to maximize performance for your
+ computing needs. Our products line also includes a vareity of
+ computer components and peripherals as well as software. Contact
+ us at <a href="mailto:sales@orbitmicro.com">
+ sales@orbitmicro.com</a> to speak to a sales engineer or if you
+ have questions or comments.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="PCW">
+ <name>PCW Microsystems, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.rackmount.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ PCW Microsystems, Inc. offers rackmount workstations and servers,
+ optimized for the FreeBSD operating system. We carry full line of
+ rackmount chassis, RAID, WAN, and LAN products for FreeBSD OS. Please
+ <a href="http://www.rackmount.com/">visit our web site</a> for more
+ information or send us an e-mail at <a
+ href="mailto:sales@pcwnet.com">sales@pcwnet.com</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="PSSCLabs">
+ <name>PSSC Labs</name>
+ <url>http://www.pssclabs.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ PSSC Labs provides custom configured computer solutions to meet any
+ budget or specification. Visit our website to build your computer
+ just the way you want it, including hard-drive partitioning and
+ operating system setup.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="psychsoftpc">
+ <name>Psychsoftpc</name>
+ <url>http://www.psychsoftpc.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Psychsoftpc is a manufacturer of high performance computers,
+ workstations and clusters with Linux or FreeBSD preinstalled upon
+ request.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="RandDAssociates">
+ <name>R and D Associates, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.RnDAssociates.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ R and D Associates, Inc. developed ServeTheWeb.com utilizing FreeBSD
+ running Apache. We employed consulting services from <a
+ href="mailto:phk@FreeBSD.org">Poul-Henning Kamp</a> to develop our
+ Virtual Server solution (which is now available in <a
+ href="http://www.FreeBSD.org">FreeBSD</a> 4.0). <p> <a
+ href="http://ServeTheWeb.com/">ServeTheWeb.com</a> is our System
+ Admin level of Virtual Servers. Please visit <a
+ href="http://www.ServeTheWeb.com/">www.ServeTheWeb.com</a> for
+ additional information on this product. </p> <p> R and D Associates,
+ Inc. is an application development firm, specializing in
+ client/server designs. We use FreeBSD, running Apache and utilizing
+ PHP's and MySQL (As well as NT with ASP's and SQL/Access). </p>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="PerleSpecialix">
+ <name>Perle Specialix</name>
+ <url>http://www.perle.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Perle Specialix makes a wide variety of multi-port async serial
+ expansion products. The ISA, EISA, and PCI SI/XIO host cards work
+ under FreeBSD, using the <em>si</em> driver.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Stallion">
+ <name>Stallion Technologies, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.stallion.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Stallion Technologies, Inc. offers a range of multiport serial boards
+ for the ISA, EISA, MCA and PCI buses. Although Stallion does not
+ officially support drivers for FreeBSD, there is an unsupported,
+ freely available driver available from their <a
+ href="ftp://ftp.stallion.com/drivers/unsupported/FreeBSD/stalbsd-2.0.0.tar.gz">FTP site</a>.
+ This driver supports the Stallion
+ <em>EasyIO</em>, <em>EasyConnection 8/32</em> and
+ <em>EasyConnection 8/64</em> PCI range of multiport boards.
+ For local pricing and availability information, contact Stallion
+ via their <a href="http://www.stallion.com/">WWW page</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="StoreAnyWhere">
+ <name>StoreAnyWhere.com</name>
+ <url>http://StoreAnyWhere.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ StoreAnyWhere.com offers a wide range of high-performance and
+ cost-effective quad- and dual-processor servers, workstations, and
+ networking products with FreeBSD and Linux as their operating
+ systems. Just go to our website for servers in a variety of
+ configurations or custom-made systems.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="SWTechnology">
+ <name>SW Technology</name>
+ <url>http://freebsd.swt.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ SW Technology offers quality Pentium machines with FreeBSD
+ pre-installed.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Synetic">
+ <name>Synetic, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.synetic.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ Synetic Inc. is a Canadian and North American distributor for
+ IDE-to-IDE, SCSI-to-IDE and SCSI-to-SCSI RAID controllers, supporting
+ the FreeBSD platform. Our products can be found at <a
+ href="http://www.synetic.net/prodman.htm">www.synetic.net/prodman.htm</a>
+ or <a href="http://www.synetic.net/prodspec.htm">
+ www.synetic.net/prodspec.htm</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Zantech">
+ <name>Zantech KVM Australia</name>
+ <url>http://www.zantech.com.au/</url>
+ <description>
+ Zantech KVM Australia is an Australian distributor of FreeBSD
+ compatible KVM switches, KVM over IP products and serial console
+ terminal servers.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Znyx">
+ <name>Znyx</name>
+ <url>http://www.znyx.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Znyx Corporation specializes in high-availability, high-performance,
+ single and multi-channel Fast Ethernet adapters for PCI, CompactPCI,
+ and PCI Mezzanine Connector (PMC). FreeBSD, Linux, QNX, NetWare,
+ OS/2, and SCO Unixware are supported on virtually all products.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="NCSTechnologies">
+ <name>NCS Technologies</name>
+ <url>http://www.ncst.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ NCS Technologies offers "NCS Swift Appliance Partner Program
+ (NCSAPP)" for Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) and other OEMs.
+ Under this program, NCS develops "turn-key" server appliances for its
+ ISV partners by bundling their appliance software with its own
+ hardware platforms. These appliance hardware platforms are built
+ using the latest industry standard chipsets and components and can
+ run FreeBSD based applications.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ColoMachine">
+ <name>ColoMachine</name>
+ <url>http://www.colomachine.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ ColoMachine offers high quality sub-$500 1U rackmount servers
+ optimized for the FreeBSD operating system.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="rackmountnet">
+ <name>RackmountNet</name>
+ <url>http://www.rackmountnet.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ RackmountNet offers a full line of 1U, 2U, 3U, 4U, 5U, 7U 19"
+ rackmount chassis and servers for industrial mission critical
+ applications.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="eracks">
+ <name>eRacks Open Source Systems</name>
+ <url>http://eracks.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ eRacks Open Source Systems is a leading provider of open source
+ solutions. The company manufactures rackmount computer servers,
+ specializes in custom-designed systems, and
+ offers a wide array of services including open source enterprise
+ migration, security, and network architecture design. eRacks
+ offers a full range of open source operating systems configured
+ on its systems, including FreeBSD. For more information, contact
+ eRacks at <a href="mailto:info@eracks.com">info@eracks.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="pyramidusa">
+ <name>Pyramid computer</name>
+ <url>http://www.pyramid-usa.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Pyramid Computer is a leading supplier of custom branded appliance
+ solutions to ISVs and OEMs. We will enable you to deliver an
+ appliance solution that meets your exact needs. We offer a
+ complete range of design, manufacturing and logistics services
+ that allow you to effortlessly deliver a superior product to
+ customers on a world wide basis, and focus your attention on core
+ business activities. We are experts in FreeBSD, as well as Linux
+ based appliances. Most of all, Pyramid Computer is a service
+ oriented supplier. We distinguish ourselves by our ability to
+ craft programs to the unique needs of your business, and to meet
+ your expectations in all our endeavors. Please contact us to
+ learn more about how we can help you to achieve your business
+ objectives.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="rackmountmart">
+ <name>Synergy Global Inc</name>
+ <url>http://www.rackmountmart.com</url>
+ <description>
+ We are a FreeBSD and Linux Rackmount LCD Monitor keyboard Drawer,
+ Rackmount chassis, server manufacturer and distributor.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="42u">
+ <name>42U</name>
+ <url>http://www.42u.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ 42U is specialized in providing remote access solutions including
+ FreeBSD compatible serial console servers, KVM switches, KVM over
+ IP products, remote power reboot, and environmental monitoring.
+ For more information, contact <a href="mailto:info@42u.com">
+ info@42u.com</a> or visit <a href="http://www.42u.com/">
+ www.42u.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="kvmonline">
+ <name>KVM Switches Online</name>
+ <url>http://www.kvm-switches-online.com</url>
+ <description>
+ KVM Switches Online is a leading provider of server room
+ solutions featuring server management &amp; server space
+ optimization solutions utilizing FreeBSD compatible serial
+ console servers and KVM switching products. For more
+ information, contact <a
+ href="mailto:info@kvm-switches-online.com">
+ info@kvm-switches-online.com</a> or visit <a
+ href="http://www.kvm-switches-online.com">
+ www.kvm-switches-online.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="serverrack">
+ <name>Server Racks Online</name>
+ <url>http://www.server-rack-online.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Server Racks Online computer rack superstore. At Server Racks
+ Online we also allow you to easily configure our computer racks,
+ server cabinets, and accessories to suit your exact requirements
+ and your FreeBSD needs. Server Rack Online strives to provide a
+ wide selection of server rack products and accessories for every
+ solution. For more information, contact
+ <a href="mailto:infor@server-rack-online.com?subject=FreeBSD Site">
+ info@server-rack-online.com</a> or visit
+ <a href="http://www.server-rack-online.com">
+ www.server-rack-online.com</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ChassisPlans">
+ <name>Chassis Plans Rackmount Systems</name>
+ <url>http://www.chassis-plans.com</url>
+ <description>
+ <p>Chassis Plans is a recognized leader in manufacturing fully configured
+ turn-key industrial <a
+ href="http://www.chassis-plans.com">rackmount systems</a> that support
+ FreeBSD for the industrial, rugged, and military markets. We manufacture
+ 1U to 6U ATX and <a
+ href="http://www.chassis-plans.com/single_board_computers.html">Single Board Computer systems</a>
+ tailored exactly to customer application requirements. We also
+ manufacture a full line of industrial <a
+ href="http://www.chassis-plans.com/rackmount_keyboards.html">rackmount LCD keyboard drawers</a>
+ and <a
+ href="http://www.chassis-plans.com/rackmount_keyboards.html">panel mount LCD monitors.</a></p>
+
+ <p>Chassis Plans specializes in long-life product support offering
+ unmatched in-house custom chassis design, long-life industrial
+ motherboards and SBC's with strict revision control and material
+ obsolescence management for trouble free program deployment. Key
+ military customers include companies such as L3, Lockheed, and Northrop
+ Grumman. Notable commercial customers include Siemens, Nikon, and
+ General Electric. Chassis Plans' Systems are Engineered to
+ Perform!&#8482;</p>
+
+ <p>Our knowledgable sales engineers can be reached at 858-571-4330
+ (California, United States) or at <a
+ href="mailto:saleseng@chassisplans.com">saleseng@chassis-plans.com</a>.</p>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="servaris">
+ <name>Servaris Corporation</name>
+ <url>http://www.servaris.com</url>
+ <description>
+ <p>Servaris builds Premium Rack Mount, <a
+ href="http://www.servaris.com/blade_servers.php" title="Blade
+ Servers with Fail-over and Clustering">Blade Servers</a> and <a
+ href="http://www.servaris.com/tower_servers.php" title="Tower
+ Servers">Tower Servers</a> as well as <a
+ href="http://www.servaris.com/raid.php" title="RAID Storage
+ Subsystems">RAID Storage</a> Subsystems.</p>
+
+ <p>Servaris ProServ <a
+ href="http://www.servaris.com/1u_rack_server.php" title="FreeBSD
+ 1U Rack Servers">1U Rack Servers</a> and ProServ <a
+ href="http://www.servaris.com/2u-rack-server.php" title="FreeBSD
+ 2U Rack Servers"> 2U Rack Servers</a> and 4U <a
+ href="http://www.servaris.com/servers_4680.php" title="Quad
+ Six-Core Rack Server">High Performance Computing Server</a> are
+ all FreeBSD compatible. Almost all the ProServ Servers have
+ lights-out remote management via java enabled web browser.
+ Servaris will pre-install FreeBSD AMD/64 or i386 with a Generic
+ or fully customized FreeBSD installation. Servaris <a
+ href="http://www.servaris.com/blade_servers.php" title="Blade
+ Servers by Servaris">Blade Servers</a> are an 'all in one'
+ clustering and fail-over solution with complete remote management
+ via any java enabled web browser and feature Intel's latest 5500
+ Quad Core Xeon Processors. <a
+ href="http://www.servaris.com/raid.php" title="iStor RAID Storage
+ Systems"> Servaris iStor RAID Storage</a> Subsystems are 4GB/8GB
+ Fibre to SAS/SATA and are available in 12-Bay, 16-Bay and 24-Bay
+ Chassis. asily expandable, simple to maintain and completely
+ manageable via web browser.</p>
+
+ <p>Servaris has friendly staff that can answer your questions.
+ Please give Servaris a call at 1.877.963.1900 or <a
+ href="http://www.servaris.com/contact.php">contact them from
+ here</a>. Servaris will provide you with Superior Quality
+ Servers and RAID Systems with excellent Warranties at
+ reasonable prices: "Servaris, Excellence through Passion."</p>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+</entries>
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+<?xml version="1.0"?>
+<!DOCTYPE entries PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD FreeBSD XML Database for Commercial Gallery//EN"
+ "http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/www/share/xml/gallery.dtd">
+<!-- $FreeBSD$ -->
+
+<entries>
+ <cvs:keyword xmlns:cvs="http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/CVS">
+ $FreeBSD$
+ </cvs:keyword>
+
+ <entry id="astute">
+ <name>Astute Hosting Incorporated</name>
+ <url>http://www.astutehosting.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Astute Hosting provides advanced high-availability semi-managed
+ dedicated hosting with all the flexibility of co-location but at
+ a better price point than most unmanaged dedicated solutions.
+ FreeBSD is our OS of choice, and what we run on our own servers and
+ workstations. Our bandwidth consists of 4 Tier 1's, and hundreds of
+ peers across North America, Europe, and Asia.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="IFDNRG">
+ <name>IFDNRG</name>
+ <url>http://www.ifdnrg.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ IFDNRG are a UK based web and video hosting company with a wide range
+ of expertise in web systems <a
+ href="http://www.ifdnrg.com/ifdnrg/unix/">built on FreeBSD</a>. We
+ are focused on developing our network to promote high performance and
+ highly scalable web services and have 10 years of experience in
+ FreeBSD based solutions for web/email and video.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ipglobal">
+ <name>IP Global.net</name>
+ <url>http://www.ipglobal.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ IP Global is the leading Texas Internet Service Provider offering
+ data transport services to all major cities as well as hosting and
+ colocation solutions to businesses and groups around the globe.
+ We specialize in carrier grade transport circuits for Houston,
+ Austin, Dallas / Fort Worth, and San Antonio ranging in
+ connections from Fractional T1, Integrated T1,
+ Full Unmetered T1 Service, and bundled T1's up to Burstable
+ and Full T3 packages. IP Global also delivers Highspeed DSL
+ and Local 56K Dialup Internet to the Houston area.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="oberon">
+ <name>Oberon.net Netzwerksysteme GmbH</name>
+ <url>http://www.oberon.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ Oberon.net Netzwerksysteme GmbH is one of the biggest Internet
+ Service Provider for japanese customers in Germany. We
+ deliver services like WWW-housing, E-Mail gates, Highspeed
+ DSL and PPP Dialup. With our Germany-wide dialin-infrastructure
+ we try to satisfy all of our customers needs.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="bayhosting">
+ <name>Bay Hosting</name>
+ <url>http://www.bayhosting.co.uk/</url>
+ <description>
+ UK based FreeBSD hosting in secure, resilient facilities.
+ Customised firewalls, managed servers, website hosting,
+ e-mail hosting with virus/spam-scanning.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="beastiecloud">
+ <name>BeastieCLOUD</name>
+ <url>http://www.beastiecloud.de</url>
+ <description>
+ BeastieCLOUD offers high quality FreeBSD hosting solutions in
+ german speaking territories (D-A-CH). We provide individual
+ server configurations to match any demand of our customers.
+ "Good isn't good enough if there is a way to do it better!"
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="bewide">
+ <name>Bewide Internet Service Provider</name>
+ <url>http://www.bewide.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Bewide is an Internet Service Provider focussing on all forms
+ of hosting, domain registration and development of internet
+ applications. We are a company demanding a high level of
+ quality, using high quality hardware. FreeBSD is the operating
+ system of our choice, powering our systems with a high quality
+ operating system, perfectly suited for our company. For more
+ information about Bewide, please visit our website <a
+ href="http://www.bewide.com">http://www.bewide.com</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="bpa">
+ <name>Black Point Arts Internet Solutions GmbH</name>
+ <url>http://www.bpanet.de/</url>
+ <description>
+ We offer flexible solutions and serve our customers needs with
+ compentent and fast support. Our services include website hosting,
+ virtual Servers (VPS) and server homing (e.g. managed
+ servers)/colocation for all kinds of companies. We are located in
+ Germany.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="bluegravity">
+ <name>Blue Gravity</name>
+ <url>http://www.bluegravity.com/index_bsd.php</url>
+ <description>
+ Providing FreeBSD based web/email/database hosting since 1997. Dedicated,
+ Semi-Dedicated, co-located, and virtual hosting solutions to fit any
+ needs. Unlike many hosts, we custom build servers in house with the highest
+ quality hardware to reduce costs and pass those savings on to you.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="bsdjails">
+ <name>BSDjails.net</name>
+ <url>http://bsdjails.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ BSDJAILS.net offers a wide variety of FreeBSD vServers including Gigabit
+ and native IPv6 FreeBSD vServers at the best price.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="bsdvm">
+ <name>BSD Virtual Machines</name>
+ <url>http://bsdvm.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Our company offers virtual private servers on the most stable in the world
+ BSD platform. This includes operating systems from BSD family such as
+ FreeBSD, OpenBSD and NetBSD.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="bsdix">
+ <name>BSDiX</name>
+ <url>http://www.bsdix.com</url>
+ <description>
+ BSDiX is a hosting company specializing in FreeBSD hosting
+ including shared hosting, VPS (Virtual Private Servers), fully
+ managed dedicated servers, website hosting, e-mail hosting, dns
+ hosting and other hosting services exclusively on FreeBSD.
+ Our headquarters is in Oslo, Norway.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="dbi">
+ <name>DBI Hosting</name>
+ <url>http://www.dbihosting.com</url>
+ <description>
+ DBI Hosting offers a cost effective <a
+ href="http://www.dbihosting.com/bsdvps.html">BSD VPS</a> product
+ based on the FreeBSD platform in a secure and stable environment.
+ We guarantee our resources and our support team is second to none.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="emuadmin">
+ <name>EmuAdmin</name>
+ <url>http://www.emuadmin.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Emuadmin is offering a full range of services supporting the FreeBSD
+ operating system. Security, customized firewalls, full server management,
+ custom programming, performance tuning, network management solutions.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Exonetric">
+ <name>Exonetric</name>
+ <url>http://www.exonetric.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Exonetric Consulting Ltd is a UK based specialist in FreeBSD hosting,
+ offering both individual jails and managed or unmanaged systems on
+ dedicated hardware. In addition we provide BSD-aware colocation
+ services in our London datacentre and are also able to offer
+ assistance with capacity planning and recommendations for best-fit
+ software components for larger systems.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="lf">
+ <name>LF.net Netzwerksysteme GmbH</name>
+ <url>http://www.LF.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ LF.net Netzwerksysteme GmbH is an Internet Service Provider and
+ specialist in network integration services and solutions.
+ Founded in 1992, with an assembled team of 25 specialists,
+ LF.net is located in one of Germany's largest industrial regions
+ in Baden-Wuerttemberg. We deliver german-wide Highspeed DSL, 64K
+ ISDN Dialup and leased line Internet access. We also specialize
+ in domain services, webserver hosting and housing, System
+ integration services, network management, security and VPN
+ solutions, virus and spam checking, screen design and
+ programming as well as consulting and training.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="macomnet">
+ <name>MAcomnet telecommunications company, Moscow, Russia</name>
+ <url>http://www.macomnet.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ CJSC MAcomnet is one of the biggest Moscow telecommunication
+ companies founded in 1991 by the Moscow Metropoliten and
+ Andrew Corporation (USA). Numerous customers do justice to
+ MAcomnet service high quality and level, among them are large
+ communications operators, Internet providers, telephone companies,
+ banks, hotels, exhibition centers, embassies, well known trading
+ companies, government organizations, institutions, industrial
+ enterprises, scientific-research institutes, mass media.
+ A lot of MAcomnet ISP servers are FreeBSD based. MAcomnet
+ hosts cvsup4.ru.FreeBSD.org and cvsup5.ru.FreeBSD.org cvsup
+ mirrors.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="midlandcomputers">
+ <name>Midland Computers</name>
+ <url>http://www.midlandcomputers.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Midland Computers is a UK based FreeBSD hosting provider. We
+ offer hosting solutions ranging from shared hosting to
+ dedicated servers, all running FreeBSD and we run our own secure
+ data center.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="hostpoint">
+ <name>Hostpoint AG</name>
+ <url>http://www.hostpoint.ch/</url>
+ <description>
+ With 55,000 customers and 100,000 domain names (status quo
+ December 2007), Hostpoint is Switzerland's leading hosting
+ provider. Hostpoint offers website and application hosting
+ services throughout Switzerland.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="improware">
+ <name>ImproWare AG</name>
+ <url>http://www.imp.ch/</url>
+ <description>
+ ImproWare AG focuses on Internet and Networking Services
+ as well as System Integration and Consulting.
+ ImproWare runs its own swiss-wide Multiservice-Backbones.
+ It offers internet access via cable and leased lines.
+ Serverhousing with 24/7 access to the server-room is
+ also a service ImproWare offers.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="iweb">
+ <name>iWeb Technologies Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://iweb.com/dedicated/server-deal/</url>
+ <description>
+ iWeb has been providing reliable and scalable Internet hosting
+ infrastructure solutions with its shared web hosting, dedicated
+ servers, managed hosting and colocation services for over a
+ decade. Power your valuable online web presence with an iWeb
+ Dedicated Server running FreeBSD.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="gradwell">
+ <name>gradwell dot com Ltd</name>
+ <url>http://www.gradwell.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ gradwell dot com Ltd is a UK Internet Email and Webhosting
+ provider offering UNIX shell accounts, web hosting, mailman
+ and ezmlm, pop3, imap, webmail (squirrelmail), mysql, php,
+ fastcgi and mod_perl hosting on FreeBSD servers in London.
+ Our site is <a href="http://www.gradwell.com/">
+ http://www.gradwell.com</a>. Phone: 0870 787 9129.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="keyway">
+ <name>Keyway Internet Services</name>
+ <url>http://www.keyway.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ Keyway Internet Services has provided premium business
+ and residential solutions since 1995. Nationwide services
+ include business-class hosting and dialup access. Southern
+ California services include T1, Fiber, DSL, and Wireless.
+ We feature our own colocation facility in Ontario, CA, and
+ are proud to feature FreeBSD as a recommended platform.
+ All clients receive live no-hold support, and T1/Colocation
+ clients receive 24/7/365 support.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="claryss">
+ <name>Claryss Networks</name>
+ <url>http://www.claryss.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Claryss Networks provides secure and dependable technologies
+ backed with years of experience. Based in France, we provide
+ shared and dedicated hosting, housing, consulting and
+ outsourcing.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="CloudSigma">
+ <name>CloudSigma</name>
+ <url>http://cloudsigma.com/en</url>
+ <description>
+ As a public cloud provider we pride ourselves on offering the
+ latest operating system releases via our public library of
+ instantly deployable images. FreeBSD is a popular distribution
+ and we have a loyal following of FreeBSD users. Especially as we
+ are one of the few public clouds that natively supports FreeBSD
+ without modification. We are very pleased to offer version 9.0
+ with a 7 day free trial as an ideal opportunity for new customers
+ to discover as well what the latest version has to offer. Please
+ visit our <a href="http://cloudsigma.com/en">website</a> to get
+ more information.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="colocationamerica">
+ <name>Colocation America</name>
+ <url>http://www.colocationamerica.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Colocation America provides colocation, dedicated server and VoIP
+ hosting services with 22 data centers located across the United
+ States. Our data centers are PCI, SAS 70, SSAE 16 and HIPAA
+ compliant with security and support staff working 24/7 to support
+ our 100% uptime guarantee. Customers can enjoy our FreeBSD web,
+ mail, DNS and database servers dedicated servers that are hosted
+ in a secure environment supported by certified data center
+ technicians.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="easyspeedy">
+ <name>EasySpeedy</name>
+ <url>http://www.easyspeedy.com</url>
+ <description>
+ EasySpeedy provides dedicated servers with colocation benefits,
+ and a flexible self-service environment. We're dedicated to
+ bringing our customers a wide range of automatically installed
+ Linux and BSD-systems, all available at the click of a button.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="highspeedhostingsolutions">
+ <name>Highspeedhostingsolutions.com</name>
+ <url>http://www.highspeedhostingsolutions.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Highspeedhostingsolutions.com offers high speed website hosting
+ with free domain names, no data transfer charges, no setup fees
+ and spam solutions. Virtual Host accounts and Virtual Servers
+ with FreeBSD as the operating system.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="eserver">
+ <name>eServer.ru</name>
+ <url>http://www.eServer.ru</url>
+ <description>
+ We provide high quality web-hosting and VIP-hosting services in
+ Russia and CIS based only on FreeBSD systems customized for
+ hosting needs, dedicated servers with support of all currently
+ available FreeBSD distributions.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="k2">
+ <name>K2 Colocation</name>
+ <url>http://www.k2colocation.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ K2 Colocation is a BSD friendly colocation company. Our
+ infrastructure resides on IBM xSeries servers running FreeBSD.
+ We can provide colocation solutions for small, medium and
+ enterprise level businesses. We believe by focusing our efforts
+ to the colocation arena we can better serve our customers.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Quonix">
+ <name>Quonix Networks</name>
+ <url>http://www.quonix.net/products/dia.html</url>
+ <description>
+ Quonix Networks provides a variety of personal and enterprise
+ hosting solutions powered by FreeBSD, including web, mail, secure
+ shell hosting, dedicated servers and colocation.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="velocity">
+ <name>Velocity Servers</name>
+ <url>http://velocity-servers.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ Velocity Servers provides game server hosting and webhosting on
+ FreeBSD. We can host any specific games that are designed to run
+ on Linux.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="LayeredTech">
+ <name>Layered Technologies</name>
+ <url>http://www.layeredtech.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Layered Technologies provides enterprise level, dedicated self
+ managed hosting solutions to our clients at the best, very
+ affordable prices. The self-managed dedicated servers are hosted
+ on tier-1 bandwidth. FreeBSD is our no. 1 supported OS. We have
+ a local FreeBSD/CVSup mirror for customers.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="PantherTech">
+ <name>PantherTech Media Solutions</name>
+ <url>http://www.panthertech.de/</url>
+ <description>PantherTech offers low-cost CMS Hosting on FreeBSD.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="MultaCom">
+ <name>MultaCom Corporation</name>
+ <url>http://www.multacom.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ MultaCom Offers a full line of internet services including
+ Colocation, Dedicated Servers, Web development, Bandwidth and IP
+ services, Virtual Private Networks and Shared hosting based on
+ FreeBSD and on site 24/7 FreeBSD System Engineers. FreeBSD is
+ widely used in our organization and our shared hosting is FreeBSD
+ based. We provide FreeBSD servers as dedicated and also install
+ for free on servers we sell to others.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Aplus">
+ <name>Aplus.Net</name>
+ <url>http://www.aplus.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ Aplus.Net is a facilities based provider located in San Diego, CA
+ since 1995. We provide Web Hosting, Dedicated Servers, Domain
+ Names, Web Design, and E-Commerce solutions. We offer to our
+ customers the power and stability of the FreeBSD Operating System
+ with our Web Hosting and Dedicated Servers. Aplus.Net, everything
+ for your online business.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="IntegrityHost">
+ <name>Integrity Host</name>
+ <url>http://www.integrityhost.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Integrity Host provides shared hosting, VPS (Virtual Private
+ Servers), and fully managed dedicated servers that run on
+ multiple versions of FreeBSD. cPanel and Fantastico are
+ available and bandwidth allocation is generous.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="inetassociation">
+ <name>Internet Engineering Association, LLC</name>
+ <url>http://www.inetassociation.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Internet Engineering Association, LLC specializes in providing
+ extremely secure, private and reliable Internet services. Our
+ complete website and email services provide clients a reliable,
+ worry free environment. Every server we use to provide service
+ runs on FreeBSD. Our technical infrastructure is housed within
+ state-of-the-art Internet Data Center facilities located in
+ Tokyo and San Francisco. Our systems are designed to be extremely
+ secure and reliable.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="associationkazar">
+ <name>Association Kazar</name>
+ <url>http://kazar.net</url>
+ <description>
+ Association Kazar, located in Paris, France, is a non-profit
+ organization that provides for everybody the ability to host
+ servers in our co-location, but also to use our co-location
+ services for web, email, ftp, and databases. We are online since
+ 1996, and use FreeBSD for almost everything. We provide as well
+ connectivity and many other services for people located in Paris.
+ We host mailing lists for free if a member uses at least one of
+ our services. We are fans of FreeBSD and use it on
+ intel/amd64/sparc64 machines.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Venigo">
+ <name>Venigo Internet Services</name>
+ <url>http://www.venigo.fr/</url>
+ <description>
+ Venigo Internet Services is a French based company, which provides
+ hosting solutions like shared, dedicated, colocation hostings, and
+ VPN solutions based on FreeBSD. Venigo Internet Services is also
+ able to provide management and support for variety of BSD &amp;
+ Linux systems.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Vellance">
+ <name>Vellance B.V.</name>
+ <url>http://www.vellance.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Vellance B.V. is a Dutch managed hosting provider located in
+ Amsterdam. Our core-business is delivering advanced <a
+ href="http://www.vellance.com">Managed hosting</a> platforms.
+ Vellance primarily works with FreeBSD (since the 90's), so it is
+ not a surprise our managed hosting platforms and Virtual
+ Enterprise Cloud environment is completely based on a FreeBSD
+ infrastructure. Next to Virtual Dedicated Servers we offer many
+ products like Private Cloud infrastructures, Media hosting,
+ datacentre facilities and hosting consultancy.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Seiretto">
+ <name>Seiretto - UK FreeBSD Web Hosting</name>
+ <url>http://www.s4servers.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Providing UK Dedicated servers and shared hosting
+ accounts on the bullet-proof FreeBSD operating system that we all
+ know and love.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="SmartServ">
+ <name>SmartServ Hosting</name>
+ <url>http://www.smart-serv.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ Based in Britsh Columbia, Canada, SmartServ Hosting offers a wide
+ range of shared website hosting and shell hosting packages at an
+ affordable price and rock solid stability. Using FreeBSD servers,
+ SmartServ offers a variety of unique features including your
+ choice of PHP version, web serving software, and native IPv6
+ presence.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="HostDepartment">
+ <name>Host Department</name>
+ <url>http://www.hostdepartment.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Host Department provides FreeBSD-based web hosting, reseller
+ hosting, domain name registration, and free web hosting services
+ for personal, small and medium enterprise businesses, government,
+ and also non-profit organizations.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="negimaki">
+ <name>Negimaki</name>
+ <url>http://www.negimaki.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Negimaki uses FreeBSD in addition to providing training, support
+ and web hosting for WordPress, gallery and PixelPost. Free
+ (open-source) personal publishing platforms.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="NQhost">
+ <name>NQhost</name>
+ <url>http://nqhost.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ NQhost offers virtual private servers with guaranteed resources.
+ Our <a href="http://nqhost.com/freebsd-vps.html">FreeBSD VPS</a>
+ packages can be created in Germany or US-located data centers.
+ We offer flexible tariff plans, configurations and friendly
+ support.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="NYI">
+ <name>NYI</name>
+ <url>http://www.nyi.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ Established in 1996, NYI is headquartered in the heart of the
+ Wall Street area, with facilities in both Lower Manhattan and
+ Bridgewater, New Jersey. The company's core services include
+ colocation and dedicated servers, cloud computing and managed
+ services, disaster recovery and business continuity planning.
+ NYI provides mission-critical data solutions for a broad range
+ of industries, including media, financial services, healthcare,
+ law, fashion, architecture, life sciences and real estate. NYI
+ is SSAE 16-, PCI and HIPPA-compliant. For more information
+ please visit our <a href="http://www.nyi.net">website</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="bsn">
+ <name>BSn.Com</name>
+ <url>http://bsn.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ BSn.Com is Munich, Germany based company providing ISP remote
+ hosting &amp; net services on FreeBSD (i386 &amp; Sparc
+ architectures).
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ServePath">
+ <name>ServePath</name>
+ <url>http://www.servepath.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ ServePath is a managed server hosting and data center provider
+ located in San Francisco. We deliver powerful, affordable FreeBSD
+ dedicated server hosting, custom-built to meet your requirements.
+ On the network side, all of our servers include full 100Mbps
+ burstable connections to the Internet, with HSRP protected private
+ VLANs. All ServePath FreeBSD dedicated servers give you full root
+ access, and you can choose from multiple FreeBSD release versions.
+ Check our <a href="http://www.servepath.com/">web site</a>, or call
+ us at 866-321-PATH.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="HostingFreak">
+ <name>HostingFreak.net, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.hostingfreak.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ HostingFreak is a company providing hosting services for
+ everyone's needs. Whether it might be a high content, or a
+ private website, we are dedicated to a high level of reliability
+ and performance. Our company offers hosting services ranging from
+ web-site hosting to self-managed dedicated servers.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="berklix">
+ <name>Berklix.Com</name>
+ <url>http://berklix.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ English company in Munich, Germany. Bilingual consultancy &amp;
+ hosting. Virtual &amp; physical domain hosting on diverse
+ servers, and customer's own local &amp; ISP hosted servers.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="M5Hosting">
+ <name>M5 Hosting</name>
+ <url>http://www.m5hosting.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ We provide <a
+ href="http://www.m5hosting.com/freebsd-dedicated-server.php">
+ FreeBSD Dedicated Servers</a> as well as other dedicated servers
+ with Unix-like operating systems. All servers are customized to
+ your specifications, including: disk partitions, OS version,
+ package installation, number of IP Addresses, and more. Our
+ network emphasizes quality bandwidth rather than quantity. We
+ host the <a href="http://www.sdbug.org/">
+ San Diego BSD Users Group</a> mailing list and web site.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="amdwebhost">
+ <name>All My Data</name>
+ <url>http://www.amdwebhost.com</url>
+ <description>
+ We offer several shared, reseller and shell hosting plans on
+ FreeBSD platform that will meet and exceed all of your web
+ presence needs from small personal family web sites to full blown
+ online e-commerce solutions.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="bytecamp">
+ <name>bytecamp GmbH</name>
+ <url>http://www.bytecamp.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ We run a homogenic FreeBSD environment in our own datacenter
+ located in East Germany near Berlin since 2000. Our developers
+ contribute code to many open source projects. bytecamp is the home
+ for <a href="http://www.desktopbsd.net/">desktopbsd.net</a> and
+ both biggest German BSD communities, <a
+ href="http://www.bsdforen.de/">bsdforen.de</a> and <a
+ href="http://www.bsdgroup.de/">bsdgroup.de</a>. bytecamp offers
+ professional hosting on a FreeBSD cluster, enterprise email solutions,
+ domain name registration, dedicated and virtual servers. We offer
+ several shared, reseller and shell hosting plans on FreeBSD platform
+ that will meet and exceed all of your web presence needs from small
+ personal family web sites to full blown online e-commerce solutions.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Liebscher">
+ <name>Liebscher &amp; Partner</name>
+ <url>http://www.freibergnet.de</url>
+ <description>
+ Liebscher &amp; Partner are now shipping the BSD <a
+ href="http://www.freibergnet.de/fgnet/scan/sf=prod_group/se=Fanartikel/sf=category/se=BSD">
+ Stuffed Daemon! <img alt="stuffed daemon" src="../gifs/plueschtier-tiny.jpg"/></a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ingate">
+ <name>INGATE GmbH</name>
+ <url>http://www.ingate.de</url>
+ <description>
+ Located in Germany, INGATE GmbH provides managed and unmanaged
+ dedicated servers with FreeBSD preinstalled.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="interouteger">
+ <name>Interoute Deutschland GmbH</name>
+ <url>http://www.interoute-deutschland.de/</url>
+ <description>
+ Interoute Deutschland is located in Duesseldorf, Germany. As full
+ service provider we deliver a large range of services including
+ leased lines, (S)DSL, virtual and dedicated hosting. Using
+ FreeBSD since years for internal purposes and customer solutions
+ we are sure to meet your requirements.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="oph">
+ <name>OPH</name>
+ <url>http://www.oph.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ OPH is a internet hosting provider located in Amsterdam. We
+ deliver powerful FreeBSD dedicated servers and custom-built
+ servers to meet your requirements. On the network side, all
+ our servers include full 100Mbps / 1Gbps connections to the
+ Internet. For more informations, please check our
+ <a href="http://www.oph.net">website</a>, or call us at
+ +31 527 688768.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="fxservices">
+ <name>F/X Services Managed Hosting</name>
+ <url>http://www.fx-services.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ We specialize in Internet Services and we have been doing so since
+ 1999. We do this in a no-nonsense way: no long lists of
+ tech-terms, just information that matters. We are your partner if
+ you are looking for: Colocating and/or managing dedicated server(s),
+ Online backup / storage service, High quality webhosting for your
+ site(s), Domain registration(s), Anti-Spam and Anti-Virus
+ mailscanning services, Hosting of mailinglists, from low to high
+ volume
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="elantech">
+ <name>ElanTech, Ltd.</name>
+ <url>http://www.elantech.ru/</url>
+ <description>
+ We are providing wide range of IT services for small business
+ companies in our region (Moscow, Russia). Our main tasks - IT
+ outsourcing and WEB development. As part of IT support and
+ building networks for our customers we use the reliable and
+ efficient OS - FreeBSD. All our WEB developers use FreeBSD
+ as comfortable development hosting platform. Please, be free to
+ <a href="http://www.elantech.ru/about/contacts.php">
+ contact us</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="sh3lls">
+ <name>Sh3lls Limited</name>
+ <url>http://www.sh3lls.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ Sh3lls Limited provides <a
+ href="http://www.sh3lls.net/vps/freebsd_vps.html">FreeBSD based
+ VPS</a> using the FreeBSD Jails Technology, as well as FreeBSD
+ based unix shell accounts for IRC. Our FreeBSD VPS and IRC
+ shells are both highly DDOS protected and we have been in
+ business since 2003.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="shockmedia">
+ <name>Shockmedia</name>
+ <url>http://www.shockmedia.nl</url>
+ <description>
+ Shock Media is a web- and serverhosting company located in the
+ Netherlands. We sell high quality hosting products with Service
+ Level Agreements for affordable prices. We install FreeBSD with
+ or without webhosting control panel. Feel free to contact us or
+ to check out our website if you are interested in our hosting
+ products.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="tier1hosting">
+ <name>Tier1 Hosting Solutions</name>
+ <url>http://www.tier1hosting.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ Tier1 Hosting Solutions provides Fast VPS (Virtual Private Server
+ Hosting for FreeBSD-AMD/64. All Fibre Backbone Network, running
+ on <strong>Enterprise <a
+ href="http://www.servaris.com/">Servaris Servers</a></strong>. We
+ use only official FreeBSD Released ISO's for all versions of
+ FreeBSD. The FreeBSD VPS offered is <a
+ href="https://www.tier1hosting.net/client/cart.php?gid=6#tab-comparison">
+ KVM Full Virtualization</a>. Tier1 Hosting offers various
+ capacities to serve most requirements. Tier1 Hosting Solutions
+ also provides full Dedicated Servers with FreeBSD.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="transip">
+ <name>TransIP</name>
+ <url>http://www.transip.nl</url>
+ <description>
+ Transip B.V. is a top 5 domain registrar in the Netherlands.
+ TransIP uses FreeBSD exclusively on its own servers and offers
+ virtual hosting and dedicated servers based on FreeBSD.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="gecadtech">
+ <name>Gecad Technologies</name>
+ <url>http://www.axigen.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Gecad Technologies develops an innovative messaging solution
+ available for Linux and BSD Platforms - AXIGEN Mail Server.
+ This highly configurable MTA offers (E)SMTP, POP3, IMAP4 and
+ Webmail SSL/TLS secured services. It includes an integrated list
+ server and connectors for Antivirus and Antispam applications.
+ AXIGEN provides several administration tools, including an
+ intuitive Web configuration interface, granting system
+ administrators full control of the email traffic. AXIGEN works
+ on FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD. For more information, please see
+ <a href="http://www.axigen.com/">http://www.axigen.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="kionic">
+ <name>Kionic.com Web Hosting</name>
+ <url>http://www.kionic.com</url>
+ <description>
+ We provide fast, reliable, and affordable web hosting and reseller
+ hosting services backed by fast and friendly customer service.
+ Our operating system of choice is FreeBSD.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="JohnCompanies">
+ <name>JohnCompanies</name>
+ <url>http://www.johncompanies.com</url>
+ <description>
+ JohnCompanies Collocation is a specialist in both dedicated and
+ virtual FreeBSD servers. Unlimited technical support comes
+ directly from FreeBSD engineers with no complicated ticket
+ system, impersonal auto responders and no first level techs
+ reading from cue-cards. Servers are housed in a state of the art,
+ secure hosting facility with multi-homed tier 1 backbone
+ connections.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="activeventure">
+ <name>Active Venture Pte Ltd</name>
+ <url>http://www.active-venture.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Active-Venture.com strives to provide one of the most
+ feature-packed and affordable web hosting services on the market.
+ We offer an extensive range of FreeBSD-based virtual hosting
+ plans to meet the needs of any webmaster for personal,
+ professional, or ecommerce web hosting requirements.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="fastpcnet">
+ <name>Fast PC Networks</name>
+ <url>http://www.fastpcnet.net</url>
+ <description>
+ We offer colocation and managed services via our data center
+ facilities. We recommend FreeBSD to our colocation customers who
+ want a stable and flexible platform. We provide a pure colocation
+ environment or dedicated managed hosting.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="pairnetworks">
+ <name>pair Networks, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.pair.com</url>
+ <description>
+ pair Networks, a global FreeBSD-based Web hosting and
+ domain name registration company, headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA,
+ hosts hundreds of thousands of Web sites for businesses,
+ bloggers, artists, educational institutions and non-profit
+ organizations from around the world. pair Networks first went
+ online in January 1996 and has experienced strong growth year
+ after year. All pair Networks' Web servers run the reliable
+ FreeBSD operating system. For more information <a
+ href="http://www.pair.com/contact/">contact us</a> via e-mail
+ or phone.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ppgnetsol">
+ <name>PPG Network Solutions</name>
+ <url>http://www.ppgnetworksolutions.com</url>
+ <description>
+ PPG Network Solutions offers Web Hosting exclusively on FreeBSD.
+ We have hosting packages for personal to medium sized businesses.
+ All of our services are backed by administrators who's passion is
+ to keep there sites up and running.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="crucialservers">
+ <name>Crucial Servers LLC</name>
+ <url>http://www.crucialservers.net</url>
+ <description>
+ Crucial Servers LLC uses FreeBSD to the fullest controlling our
+ hosting network behind PC FreeBSD based routers that control
+ ipv4 and ipv6 connectivity, traffic shapping and advanced
+ firewall tactics all currently use FreeBSD. All our public and
+ private web servers all run FreeBSD 4.9 or higher and have
+ uptimes over 400 days. We are a FreeBSD friendly provider and
+ offer Free consulting for colocation and server customers.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="verio">
+ <name>Verio</name>
+ <url>http://www.verio.com/freebsd</url>
+ <description>
+ With our FreeBSD VPS v3 and MPS v2, we combine more that 10 years
+ of virtualization and managed experience with the proven
+ stability, performance, and security of the FreeBSD VPS 6.x
+ operating system. For over a decade the Verio name has stood for
+ "true pricing" (with no hidden costs), FairShare resource
+ management, bulletproof security, triple-data backups, easy
+ application installations and upgrades, and industry-leading
+ reliability. So multiply your possibilities with the Verio FreeBSD
+ VPS and MPS and know that you're doing business with a strong
+ provider!
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="infotime">
+ <name>Infotime Internet</name>
+ <url>http://www.infotime.net</url>
+ <description>
+ Infotime offers shared hosting, domain name registrations and dedicated
+ servers. We have been using FreeBSD for most of our services for
+ the last 4 years.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="strategite">
+ <name>Strategite</name>
+ <url>http://www.strategite.fr</url>
+ <description>
+ Strategite is a company based in Paris, France. We offer many
+ services: Support, installation, maintenance, administration,
+ configuration of servers like firewall, VPN, IDS, web server, mail
+ server, DNS or whatever you need. Our services offerings include
+ a high-level of security using *BSD (like FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD),
+ Linux, MacOS and commercial Unix systems is wide and is
+ your guaranty. For more information, visit our
+ <a href="http://www.strategite.fr" title="Strategite">website</a>,
+ <a href="mailto:a.lunot@strategite.fr">mail us</a> or phone us at
+ +33 (0) 140 337 130.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="hamburgnet">
+ <name>Hamburgnet</name>
+ <url>http://www.hamburgnet.de</url>
+ <description>
+ Hamburgnet provides you with experience in FreeBSD and OpenBSD
+ based projects. From low-end webservers to high-end firewall
+ and database clusters. Storage, server, Unix, cluster &amp; consulting.
+ You can visit our <a href="http://www.hamburgnet.de">website</a>,
+ <a href="mailto:info@hamburgnet.de">mail us</a>, phone us at
+ +49 (40) 73672322 or contact us via fax at +49 (40) 73672321.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="swishmail">
+ <name>Swishmail</name>
+ <url>http://www.swishmail.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Swishmail, New York City based company, provides
+ business <a href="http://www.swishmail.com/emailhosting1.php">email
+ hosting</a> with virus/spam-scanning running on FreeBSD amd64 on HP
+ AMD Dual Opteron 64 bit servers since 1999. Swishmail is in the business
+ of <a href="http://www.swishmail.com/emailhosting1.php">email
+ hosting</a>, shell providing, <a
+ href="http://www.swishmail.com/webhosting1.php">web hosting</a>,
+ dedicated servers, and email accounting.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="reliableservers">
+ <name>ReliableServers</name>
+ <url>http://www.reliableservers.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ ReliableServers provides managed and unmanaged dedicated server hosting
+ and colocation. FreeBSD is our #1 installed OS, we even provide a local
+ cvsup for all clients. Our datacenter is staffed around the clock to
+ provide the best possible support. Visit us at
+ <a href="http://www.reliableservers.com/">www.ReliableServers.Com</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="mainlink">
+ <name>Mainlink</name>
+ <url>http://www.mainlink.de</url>
+ <description>
+ Mainlink is a Frankfurt/Germany based ISP offering root servers running
+ FreeBSD and other *BSD flavours. Managing options, KVM-over-IP access,
+ plain webspace, spam-protected email services etc. available. Foreign
+ customers are welcome.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="mambobado">
+ <name>Mambo Bado Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.mambobado.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Custom software development and software consulting services
+ provider. Experienced at developing for and porting to BSD
+ environments. For more information please visit our
+ <a href="http://www.mambobado.com">web site</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id=" mindsalt">
+ <name>MindSalt Timesheet and Expense</name>
+ <url>http://www.mindsalt.com</url>
+ <description>
+ MindSalt Time &amp; Expense is a 100% Web-based application that allows
+ you and your employees to access your timesheets and expenses from
+ anywhere in the world through an intuitive, easy to use interface.
+ All you need is an Internet connection to track time and expenses,
+ monitor projects in real-time, and manage and approve timesheets and
+ expense reports. The powerful reporting options in MindSalt
+ Time &amp; Expense supply the vital information that you need. Cost and
+ billing, profitability, client billing, and project budgets are just
+ a few of the types of information you will find in the flexible reports.
+ With over 100 combinations of reports for Administrators, Managers, and
+ Employees, you are sure to find the report you need. Start your free trial
+ today.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="activedomain">
+ <name>Active Domain</name>
+ <url>http://www.active-domain.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Active-Domain.com has been providing domain name registration
+ service since 2001. We are utilizing FreeBSD exclusively on all
+ our mail, web and DNS servers. The stability and security of
+ FreeBSD has enabled us to provide consistently DNS service for
+ over hundred thousand domain names. We fully recommend and
+ support the development of FreeBSD.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="sagonetworks">
+ <name>Sago Networks</name>
+ <url>http://sagonet.com</url>
+ <description>
+ <a href="http://sagonet.com">Sago Networks</a> was founded as an
+ alternative to the telephone and cable company monopolies and
+ inefficient Internet companies. Its mission is to be a one-stop
+ shop for all of its customers' bandwidth and custom
+ telecommunications needs. The company also believes in providing
+ a laser-like focus on customer service and, from its headquarters
+ in the Tampa Bay area and satellite offices in Miami and Atlanta,
+ has implemented multiple rapidly deployable, high-speed fiber and
+ wireless networks and maintains one of the largest bandwidth
+ datacenters in the country.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="colocrossing">
+ <name>Colocrossing</name>
+ <url>http://www.colocrossing.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Colocrossing provides FreeBSD powered colocation services in 6
+ locations in the US. From managed hosting to colocation, we are
+ here for you.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="kuwaitnet">
+ <name>KuwaitNET Internet Services</name>
+ <url>http://www.kuwaitnet.net</url>
+ <description>
+ For the past 10 years, KuwaitNET has been providing
+ <a href="http://www.kuwaitnet.net/en/hosting.php">web hosting</a>,
+ <a href="http://www.kuwaitnet.net/en/server.php">managed dedicated
+ servers</a>, <a href="http://www.kuwaitnet.net/en/services.php">
+ domain registration</a>, IT consulting and IT project management
+ services across the Middle East on our secured FreeBSD and Linux
+ based infrastructure. As the only ICANN accredited registrar in
+ Kuwait; we are the premiere source for Internet related services
+ for customers from all industry verticals in the region.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="kwshell">
+ <name>KwShell Internet Services</name>
+ <url>http://www.kwshell.com</url>
+ <description>
+ KwShell Internet Services is an Arabic based company, which
+ provides hosting solutions like shared and dedicated Servers.
+ KwShell Internet Services is also able to provide management and
+ support for a variety of BSD and Linux systems.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="rokabear">
+ <name>Rokabear Hosting Services</name>
+ <url>http://rokabear.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Rokabear.com offers KVM VPS and Dedicated servers that run
+ FreeBSD 9.0. Rokabear has focused their services towards
+ knowledgeable users who know what they want, and know how to run
+ their systems their way. With a KVM VPS you are allowed to
+ install FreeBSD excactly as you want it. Right from the
+ beginning everything is under your control. A secure VNC based
+ console allows you to have full access! Rokabear.com knows how
+ to take your experience to the next level. Rokabear values its
+ reputation for uptime, reliability and performance as much as you
+ do. Check out a <a
+ href="http://www.rokabear.com/kvmvps.html">KVM VPS</a> and see why
+ people are flocking to KVM over XEN and VMWare.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="rootbsd">
+ <name>RootBSD</name>
+ <url>http://www.rootbsd.net</url>
+ <description>
+ RootBSD is a hosting company specializing in virtual FreeBSD
+ hosting and managed services. The FreeBSD Virtual Private
+ Servers allow users to modify the kernel, setup a firewall and
+ many more options. Each VPS includes root access and a web-based
+ control panel for managing the virtual environment. Technical
+ support is handled in-house by FreeBSD experts who can diagnose
+ problems and help you get up and running quickly. RootBSD has
+ donated services to FreeBSD developers to support the community.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ServerBeach">
+ <name>ServerBeach</name>
+ <url>http://www.serverbeach.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Founded in 2002, ServerBeach was launched to serve the market's
+ thirst for self-managed servers equipped with powerful hardware,
+ fast and reliable bandwidth, convenient automation tools, and
+ first-class support - all at an affordable price. Self-managed
+ servers are not an afterthought at the Beach, it's our business.
+ And we do whatever we can to satisfy the needs of our core
+ customers, the "Geeks" - people like you. People like us. In 2004,
+ the picture improved even more when ServerBeach was acquired by
+ PEER 1. This allowed us to connect our data centers to the
+ rock-solid, ultra-fast PEER 1 network with our 100% Uptime
+ Guarantee. ServerBeach is the only self-managed hosting company
+ in the world that offers servers in three geographically diverse
+ locations: WEST COAST, CENTRAL US, and EAST COAST. Now offering
+ FreeBSD, Ubuntu, and other Linux Operating Systems.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="SimpleRezo">
+ <name>SimpleRezo</name>
+ <url>http://www.simplerezo.com</url>
+ <description>
+ SimpleRezo, a French company, provides web hosting solutions based
+ exclusively on FreeBSD and technologies (jails or dedicated
+ server, Apache, PHP, Tomcat, MySQL, pgSQL...). Other services
+ include: Network architecture consulting (fail-over, high
+ availability), FreeBSD server administration or support (fileserver,
+ firewalls, mailserver) and others more. Please visit our <a
+ href="http://www.simplerezo.com/nous-contacter.php">website</a>
+ to get more information.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="webdrops">
+ <name>Webdrops ICT</name>
+ <url>http://www.webdrops.net</url>
+ <description>
+ FreeBSD hosting based in Italy since 2004. We provide hosting on
+ shared boxes, dedicated servers, co-location, gTLD and worldwide
+ ccTLD registration and every DC service you may ask for. We have
+ rack space available in Milan IT, Dallas US and Amsterdam NL; We
+ can provide simple or complex network infrastructure and supply
+ Brand or custom hardware and network equipments.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="sevenl">
+ <name>SevenL Networks Inc.</name>
+ <url>https://www.sevenl.net</url>
+ <description>
+ <a href="https://www.sevenl.net">SevenL Networks Inc.</a> providing
+ <a href="https://www.sevenl.net/freebsd-dedicated-server">affordable
+ FreeBSD dedicated server hosting</a>, VPS, managed web server
+ offerings, colocation, data center space and other hosting services
+ since 2003. SevenL currently hosts server infrastructure for Gentoo,
+ Arch Linux, Linux Mint, CentOS, Startcom Linux and a number of open
+ source software projects. SevenL Networks is located in Toronto,
+ Canada.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="argentina">
+ <name>Argentina.com</name>
+ <url>http://www.argentina.com</url>
+ <description>
+ <a href="http://www.argentina.com">Argentina.com</a> is an Argentina
+ based Hosting and e-mail provider with FreeBSD infrastructure and
+ Globalcrossing connectivity. We offer FreeBSD-stable dedicated
+ servers with great connectivity, Shared hosting on Plesk for FreeBSD,
+ and Corporate FreeBSD based email hosting.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="skiltech">
+ <name>SkilTech, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.skiltech.com</url>
+ <description>
+ SkilTech Web Design and Hosting, based in Elkton, MD, has been
+ offering FreeBSD based hosting since 1998. Both shared and dedicated
+ web hosting solutions are available, and unlike many larger firms,
+ we can work with our customers to address their individual hosting
+ needs.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ermis">
+ <name>Ermis | Domeinruimte</name>
+ <url>http://www.ermis.nl</url>
+ <description>
+ Ermis | Domeinruimte has been hosting websites since 2004 on FreeBSD
+ servers, but also offer anti-spam services, backup MX, handle domain
+ name registrations and offer IT services to our corporate clients.
+ We strive to bring the best service for the lowest price. Since we
+ are based in Rotterdam (the Netherlands) all our services are
+ available primarily in Dutch, where possible but also offer services
+ in English for our international clients. We colocated our
+ infrastructure in a climate neutral datacenter and our servers'
+ energy consumption is remarkably low but retain performance.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="tarsnap">
+ <name>Tarsnap</name>
+ <url>http://www.tarsnap.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Tarsnap is a secure online backup service for FreeBSD and other
+ unix-like operating systems. Tarsnap is owned and operated by
+ FreeBSD developer <a
+ href="mailto:cperciva@FreeBSD.org">Colin Percival</a>
+ and is proud to support FreeBSD via donations to the FreeBSD
+ Foundation.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+</entries>
diff --git a/share/xml/commercial.misc.xml b/share/xml/commercial.misc.xml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..4ce766a0a8
--- /dev/null
+++ b/share/xml/commercial.misc.xml
@@ -0,0 +1,58 @@
+<?xml version="1.0"?>
+<!DOCTYPE entries PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD FreeBSD XML Database for Commercial Gallery//EN"
+ "http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/www/share/xml/gallery.dtd">
+<!-- $FreeBSD$ -->
+
+<entries>
+ <cvs:keyword xmlns:cvs="http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/CVS">
+ $FreeBSD$
+ </cvs:keyword>
+
+ <entry id="FreeBSDMall">
+ <name>FreeBSD Mall</name>
+ <url>http://www.freebsdmall.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ The FreeBSD Mall can provide everything you may want or need to
+ enhance your FreeBSD experience. Are you new to FreeBSD? Or, perhaps
+ you've been using it for years? We have something for you. We have
+ the latest FreeBSD CDROMs, helpful books, and colorful shirts and
+ hats. Stay current with FreeBSD and put it to work for you!
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ScotGold">
+ <name>ScotGold Products</name>
+ <url>http://www.scotgold.com/acatalog/ScotGold_Catalogue_BSD_Daemon_Stuff_3.html</url>
+ <description>
+ ScotGold Products design and manufacture PC case badges, including a
+ BSD daemon badge with the permission and blessing of Kirk McKusick.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="exavault">
+ <name>ExaVault</name>
+ <url>http://www.exavault.com</url>
+ <description>
+ ExaVault provides inexpensive online remote backup space that is
+ accessible via open, industry standard protocols, including rsync,
+ FTP and SFTP. It is ideal for small and medium businesses, web
+ hosting companies and others that need a quick, transparent,
+ maintenance-free way of mirroring a copy of their data to a remote
+ backup server. We are fully FreeBSD compatible, and provide full
+ support for getting things setup on your FreeBSD system.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="gfuschulung">
+ <name>GFU Schulung</name>
+ <url>http://www.gfu.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ GFU offers
+ <a href="http://www.gfu.net/seminare-schulungen-kurse/oracle_db_sprachen_design_sk38/freebsd_training_s856.html">FreeBSD Training</a>
+ for customizing servers with a whole bunch of open source software
+ like PostgreSQL, OpenOffice, Cyrus IMAP, etc.
+ Upon customer request especially:
+ <a href="http://www.gfu.net/seminare-schulungen-kurse/oracle_db_sprachen_design_sk38/oracle_unter_freebsd_s854.html">Oracle Administration under FreeBSD</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+</entries>
diff --git a/share/xml/commercial.software.xml b/share/xml/commercial.software.xml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..a83c4ee04c
--- /dev/null
+++ b/share/xml/commercial.software.xml
@@ -0,0 +1,1746 @@
+<?xml version="1.0"?>
+<!DOCTYPE entries PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD FreeBSD XML Database for Commercial Gallery//EN"
+ "http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/www/share/xml/gallery.dtd">
+<!-- $FreeBSD$ -->
+
+<entries>
+ <cvs:keyword xmlns:cvs="http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/CVS">
+ $FreeBSD$
+ </cvs:keyword>
+
+ <categories>
+ <category id="DATABASE">Databases</category>
+ <category id="DEV">Development Tools</category>
+ <category id="ECOMMERCE">E-Commerce Solutions and Tools</category>
+ <category id="EMAIL">Electronic Mail Software</category>
+ <category id="MISC">Miscellaneous</category>
+<!--
+ <category id="MULTIMEDIA">Multimedia</category>
+-->
+ <category id="NETWORK">Network Systems and Applications</category>
+ <category id="SCIENTIFIC">Scientific and Language Tools</category>
+ <category id="SECURITY">Security</category>
+ <category id="SYSADMIN">System Administration / ISP</category>
+ </categories>
+
+ <entry id="Aestiva" category="DEV">
+ <name>Aestiva HTML/OS</name>
+ <url>http://www.htmlos.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Aestiva HTML/OS is a complete solution for advanced, dynamic web site
+ and web software development. It eliminates the need for CGI
+ programming and integration tools, includes a built-in database
+ engine and tools for packaging and copy-protecting commercial web
+ products, and supports over a dozen platforms. Visit <a
+ href="http://www.htmlos.com">www.htmlos.com</a> for more information.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Aker" category="NETWORK">
+ <name>Aker Firewall</name>
+ <url>http://www.aker.com.br/</url>
+ <description>
+ Aker Firewall is a firewall solution which runs on FreeBSD. The
+ firewall provides a stateful filtering engine, Network Address
+ Translation (NAT), cryptography (with manual key exchange and SKIP),
+ automatic responses to pre-configured events, and remote
+ administration by a easy-to-use graphical interface which runs on
+ many different platforms. For more information, please <a
+ href="http://www.aker.com.br/">visit our web site</a> or send a
+ e-mail to <a
+ href="mailto:info@aker.com.br">info@mail.aker.com.br</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Akopia" category="ECOMMERCE">
+ <name>Akopia</name>
+ <url>http://www.akopia.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Akopia is the developer of Interchange, the leading open source
+ e-commerce platform that runs on FreeBSD and other UNIX Operating
+ systems. Interchange offers an extensive feature set including:
+ <ul>
+ <li>Intuitive content management functionality,
+ enabling business users to easily manage large, complex catalogs.</li>
+ <li>Flexible merchandising, maximizing sales through product
+ presentation, cross-sells, up-sells, and promotions.</li>
+ <li>Powerful transaction management functionality that handles
+ complex business rules and fully integrates with legacy systems.</li>
+ <li>Comprehensive administration and reporting, which keeps business
+ and technical management informed and in control.</li>
+ <li>Flexible, extensible architecture, ensuring scalability and providing
+ room to grow.</li>
+ </ul>
+ Akopia offers professional Interchange support and an array
+ of e-commerce professional services. For more information and a free
+ download, visit us at <a href="http://www.akopia.com/">www.akopia.com</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="AMSOFT" category="DATABASE">
+ <name>AM'SOFT</name>
+ <url>http://www.amsoft.ru/</url>
+ <description>
+ AM'SOFT (Andrew Maltsev's Software) features <a
+ href="http://www.amsoft.ru/easysql/">EasySQL</a>, an ODBC-like,
+ database-independent C/C++ library. Full source code is available.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="AstroArch" category="SYSADMIN">
+ <name>AstroArch Consulting</name>
+ <url>http://www.astroarch.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ AstroArch Consulting, Inc. develops and licenses its <em>ISP Billing
+ and Tracking System</em> (BATS) for FreeBSD as well as thirteen other
+ Operating Systems. For more information, check out <a
+ href="http://www.astroarch.com/">www.astroarch.com/</a>, send email
+ to <a href="mailto:info@astroarch.com">info@astroarch.com</a>, or
+ call +1.512.990.9711.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="BSProject" category="MISC">
+ <name>BS Project</name>
+ <url>http://www.bsproject.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ BS Project is an outsourcing project. The goal of the project is
+ development real-time billing system for VoIP carriers. Our
+ flagship product VoIP BS is designed for medium and small sized
+ VoIP carriers. VoIP BS is available for FreeBSD and Linux. For
+ further information, please see <a
+ href="http://www.bsproject.net/">www.bsproject.net</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="BSRSoft" category="SECURITY">
+ <name>BSRSoft LTDA</name>
+ <url>http://soft.bsrpar.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ BSRSoft LTDA is a brazilian open source solutions provider for
+ infrastructure and FreeBSD based HPC/HA/scientific computing. We
+ offer <a
+ href="http://soft.bsrpar.com/2012/01/o-serverux.html">BSRSoft ServerUX</a>,
+ a FreeBSD enterprise distribution for high security and HA needs,
+ AI software, securty and integrity software. For further
+ information please visit <a
+ href="http://soft.bsrpar.com/">our website</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Ballista" category="SYSADMIN">
+ <name>Ballista</name>
+ <url>http://www.secnet.com/ballista/</url>
+ <description>
+ Ballista is a network security auditing tool for evaluation of
+ security postures in areas where high assurance levels are critical.
+ Ballista is primarily designed to audit the remote security aspects
+ of networks and runs quite well under FreeBSD.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="BrownBear" category="MISC">
+ <name>Brown Bear Software</name>
+ <url>http://www.brownbearsw.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Brown Bear Software produces and supports <a
+ href="http://www.brownbearsw.com/calcium/">Calcium</a>, an
+ interactive <b>Web Calendar server</b> you use via your browser.
+ Features include: dynamic calendar merging multiple views and
+ formats; repeating events, email notification and reminders,
+ iCalendar support, Palm Pilot synchronization, color and font
+ customization, support for full HTML in event text and calendar
+ headers and footers, popup text associated with any event, searching
+ &amp; filtering, multi-language support, flexible security model, <a
+ href="http://www.brownbearsw.com/calcium/FeaturesList.html">and
+ more</a>. Calcium is very easy to use and fully supported. It runs
+ anywhere that supports Perl CGIs; no non-standard Perl modules are
+ necessary. A live <a
+ href="http://www.brownbearsoftware.com/cgi-bin/Calcium?CalendarName=D
+ emo" >On-Line Demo</a> is available; you can download an <a
+ href="http://www.brownbearsw.com/calcium/download" >evaluation
+ copy</a> (fully functional, but limited to a single calendar), or try
+ your own <a
+ href="http://www.brownbearsw.com/calcium/onlineTrial.html">private
+ demo on our servers</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="CheapBytes" category="MISC">
+ <name>CheapBytes</name>
+ <url>http://www.cheapbytes.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ CheapBytes, a company that specializes in low-cost technical
+ products, now has <em>FreeBSD</em> products available on CD-ROM.
+ Among our offerings, you will find FreeBSD CD-ROM sets and FreeBSD
+ related books. For further information, please see <a
+ href="http://www.cheapbytes.com/">www.cheapbytes.com</a> or send
+ e-mail to: <a
+ href="mailto:sales@cheapbytes.com">sales@cheapbytes.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="CoSORT" category="MISC">
+ <name>CoSORT</name>
+ <url>http://www.cosort.com</url>
+
+ <description>
+ CoSORT is the leading high-performance data sorting and
+ manipulation package for high volumes processed on UNIX
+ servers. CoSORT first shipped on UNIX in 1985 and can sort in
+ parallel at rates exceeding 2GB per minute. CoSORT is most
+ commonly used for: mainframe and COBOL sort and data migrations;
+ speeding very large database (VLDB) reorg and loads; integrating
+ and staging massive data warehouse (and data webhouse) extracts
+ in ETL and ODS environments; directly replacing more than a
+ dozen third-party sort engines with plug 'n' play interfaces;
+ and, for writing custom reports in simple-to-complex,
+ multi-format/multi-target environments. CoSORT can collate and
+ convert between more than 100 data types. Most importantly,
+ CoSORT allows you to combine sorting with its selection, joins,
+ aggregation, type-conversion, cross-calculation, remapping, and
+ formatting functions all in a single-pass through your
+ data. Visit <a href="http://www.cosort.com/">www.cosort.com</a>,
+ or call 1-800-333-SORT for more information and your FREE 30-day
+ trial.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="CoolHorizon" category="SYSADMIN">
+ <name>Cool Horizon</name>
+ <url>http://www.coolhorizon.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ Cool Horizon provides a billing package for ISPs, called <em>Internet
+ Billing</em>. This package was designed to handle all billing needs
+ for Internet Service Providers. It runs under MS-Windows. One piece
+ of the software is a client/server set, with a daemon that runs on a
+ UNIX server (including FreeBSD), allowing the client to do all of
+ their user management under a Windows front end.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="CybernetSystems" category="NETWORK">
+ <name>Cybernet Systems</name>
+ <url>http://www.cybernet.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Cybernet Systems produces the <a
+ href="http://www.netmax.com/">NetMAX</a> line of Thin Servers and
+ Professional Products for FreeBSD. The Thin Server Series consists of
+ the FireWall (with Router), WebServer (with email and FTP), and
+ FileServer (with print sharing). The NetMAX Professional contains
+ these three, as well as the Discussion Group/NewsServer, dial in
+ capabilities, enhanced system management and reporting functions,
+ expanded support, and more. Easily install the included OS through a
+ GUI and set up and manage your server through a web browser. Save
+ time on mundane tasks. Access to the command line is available for
+ "traditional" Unix use.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Dartware" category="NETWORK">
+ <name>Dartware, LLC</name>
+ <url>http://www.dartware.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Dartware's flagship product, InterMapper, shows active maps that
+ give a visual, real-time view of traffic flows through and
+ between critical network devices and links. The status windows
+ permit you to be proactive as well as reactive by displaying the
+ percentage of capacity being used by any link or device.
+ InterMapper uses pings, SNMP, Web, SMTP, and dozens of
+ built-in server probes to keep tabs on the critical parts of your
+ network, and let you know when you have problems-even before your
+ customers call. When InterMapper detects a problem, it sends a
+ notification to one or more responsible individuals. These
+ sounds, emails, pages and text messages can be delayed or
+ repeated to establish escalation schedules. InterMapper's
+ auto-discovery and map-arrangement tools let you install and get
+ it running in an hour or two.<br />A non-expiring, full-functional
+ license that lets you monitor up to five devices can be obtained
+ for free. For more information, visit
+ <a href="http://www.intermapper.com/">www.intermapper.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="DBMaker" category="DATABASE">
+ <name>DBMaker</name>
+ <url>http://www.dbmaker.com</url>
+ <description>
+ DBMaker provides you with a professional database system with
+ multimedia capabilities, a native ODBC interface, large database
+ features, and cross-platform support. The unique open architecture
+ and native ODBC interface give you the freedom to build custom
+ applications using a wide variety of programming tools such as Visual
+ Basic or Delphi, or query your database using existing ODBC-compliant
+ applications. DBMaker provides excellent multimedia-handling
+ capabilities, allowing you to store, search, retrieve, and manipulate
+ all types of multimedia data. Binary Large Objects (BLOBs) allow you
+ to ensure the integrity of your multimedia data by taking full
+ advantage of the advanced security and crash-recovery mechanisms
+ included in DBMaker; File Objects (FOs) allow you to manage your
+ multimedia data, while maintaining the capability to edit individual
+ files in the source application. <a
+ href="http://www.dbmaker.com">Download a free copy now!</a> - This
+ free copy of DBMaker includes a three-user license with no time or
+ storage limitations. Additional information is available at <a
+ href="http://www.dbmaker.com">www.dbmaker.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Dynode" category="SYSADMIN">
+ <name>Dynode Productions</name>
+ <url>http://www.dynode.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ Dynode Productions, located in Perth - Western Australia, offers
+ administrative services for FreeBSD and OpenBSD systems ranging
+ from: default gateways; email, web and file servers; and
+ workstations. Please visit our <a href="http://www.dynode.net/">
+ web site</a> for more information.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Easysoft" category="DEV">
+ <name>Easysoft Ltd</name>
+ <url>http://www.easysoft.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Easysoft Ltd Easysoft's ODBC-ODBC Bridge 2000 (OOB) provides full
+ access to any local ODBC data source from any remote client, such as
+ Unix, Linux, OpenVMS, Windows, or other systems. For more
+ information, or to download the software, please visit <a
+ href="http://www.easysoft.com/">www.easysoft.com</a>. <p></p>
+ Easysoft's JDBC-ODBC Bridge 2000 (JOB) provides Type 3 JDBC access
+ from Java Applets or Applications on the FreeBSD platform to ODBC
+ (Open Database Connectivity) data sources anywhere on the network
+ where the server component of the bridge is installed. More
+ information can be found on our <a href="http://www.easysoft.com">
+ web site</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="EasyStat" category="MISC">
+ <name>EasyStat</name>
+ <url>http://www.easystat.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ EasyStat is a "counter"-like application. It will keep track of the
+ number of visitors to your site, as well as gather information about
+ your visitors such as their browser, operating system, referrer, etc.
+ EasyStat will then display all it gathers in an elegant fashion, a
+ demo of which is available on its site.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="EfficientIP" category="NETWORK">
+ <name>Efficient IP</name>
+ <url>http://www.efficientip.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Efficient IP is US based Solutions Provider - software editor
+ focused on the development of professional tools to manage IP
+ networks, wide architecture of DHCP and DNS servers. Our
+ objective is to provide you with a complete, simple and dynamic
+ solution, which will allow you to carry out all administration of
+ these services, whilst adapting to the technical, human or
+ administrative constraints of your IT installation.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="EiffelSoftware" category="DEV">
+ <name>Eiffel Software</name>
+ <url>http://www.eiffel.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Eiffel Studio is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) designed
+ for the Eiffel object-oriented application development language.
+ Beside the Enterprise Edition, a Free Edition for non-commercial use
+ only is freely available for download.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ElasticSoftware" category="ECOMMERCE">
+ <name>Elastic Path Software</name>
+ <url>http://www.elasticpath.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Elastic Path Software is the pioneer of flexible, developer
+ friendly, Java ecommerce software architecture for building
+ sophisticated and evolving online stores. In a world full of
+ complex software, our lightweight ecommerce framework is
+ refreshingly simple, provides unlimited flexibility and minimizes
+ total cost of ownership. Companies such as Xerox, Sunoco,
+ Procter &amp; Gamble, 24 Hour Fitness, JBoss and Random House
+ use Elastic Path for the core ecommerce features they demand
+ today and the maximum flexibility they need for tomorrow.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Elego" category="DEV">
+ <name>Elego</name>
+ <url>http://www.elego.de/</url>
+ <description>
+ Elego ComPact Configuration Management. <em>Elego ComPact</em> is a
+ set of tools for configuration management, based on a very reliable
+ and scalable solution for version control, integrated with a
+ multi-platform language-independent build system, and the concept of
+ software packages. It offers scriptable command-line-oriented
+ programs, as well as an HTTP/HTML based GUI, and can be easily
+ introduced in a stepwise fashion. <p> Some of its features are:
+ client/server design, baseline and release branch support,
+ checkin/checkout model, package-oriented change sets, integrated
+ build system, support for development for/on heterogeneous platforms,
+ scalable from one to hundreds of developers, default configurations
+ for C, C++, Java, Modula-3, easily portable to most PC and
+ workstation platforms. </p><p> Elego ComPact currently uses CVS as
+ its underlying version control machine, though future versions may
+ support other systems, too. Binaries are available for FreeBSD,
+ Linux, Windows, and Solaris/SPARC systems. John Polstra's CVSup may
+ be used for repository mirroring/replication. Like CVSup, Elego
+ ComPact is completely written in Modula-3. </p><p> Fully functional
+ demo CDs, including binaries for all supported platforms, and
+ documentation in HTML, DVI, PDF, and PS format can be obtained by
+ sending e-mail to <a href="mailto:info@elego.de">info@elego.de</a>.
+ More information is also available from the <a
+ href="http://www.elego.de">Elego WWW Homepage</a>. </p>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="EmpressSoft" category="DEV">
+ <name>Empress Software Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.empress.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Empress Software Inc. has developed <em>Embedded Empress Developer's
+ Toolkit</em>. To learn more about the toolkit, please visit <a
+ href="http://www.empress.com">www.empress.com</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="EmpressSoftware" category="DATABASE">
+ <name>Empress Software</name>
+ <url>http://www.empress.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Empress Software develops the EMPRESS RDBMS, a powerful and
+ cost-effective ANSI SQL database management system designed for
+ developing robust scientific and engineering, embedded, and
+ e-commerce solutions. The EMPRESS RDBM engine is fast and
+ compact, efficiently stores and manipulates any data, and is
+ maintenance-free. Companion products include an Internet application
+ development toolkit, ODBC Interface, a pure Java client, a C++
+ interface, and interfaces to popular scripting languages like XML,
+ PHP, Perl, and Tcl/Tk. Empress offers a <a
+ href="http://www.empress.com/web-bin/ehsql/product/freetry.eht"
+ >free 30 day evaluation</a>, complete with technical support.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="TolisGroup" category="SYSADMIN">
+ <name>TOLIS Group, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.tolisgroup.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ TOLIS Group, Inc. develops <em>BRU</em>, a very powerful and
+ and reliable backup solution. Among other features it offers
+ per-file compression, an improved tape format with three
+ different kinds of verification, and many safety checks to
+ ensure data integrity. BRU fully supports versions 4.2 through
+ 8.1 of FreeBSD. Both as a standalone backup tool and as a client
+ to the enterprise-level BRU Server product. We offer both 32 bit
+ and 64 bit Intel builds and can offer PPC, Alpha, Itanium 2, and
+ SPARC versions if customers require them.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Etherpage" category="MISC">
+ <name>Etherpage</name>
+ <url>http://www.ppt.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ EtherPage provides a client/server based alphanumeric paging solution
+ for Unix networks and Windows NT. Both command line and web
+ interfaces are provided. Ideally suited for system and database
+ administration, EtherPage allows messages to be sent automatically to
+ support personnel based on database events, etc. Other features
+ include links to email, integration with user-written scripts,
+ multiple recipients, pagers selected by time of day/day of week,
+ duplicate message suppression, long message splitting/truncation, job
+ logging, and C API. Virtually all paging services are supported.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="FairCom" category="DATABASE">
+ <name>FairCom Corporation</name>
+ <url>http://www.faircom.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ FairCom Corporation has provided quality database development tools
+ for the professional programmer since 1979. FairCom is best known for
+ its extremely portable, high-performance data management product,
+ <em>c-tree Plus</em>. The product is released in full source code and
+ supports peer-to-peer development and client-side development for use
+ with the <em>c-tree</em> database server. The FreeBSD version offers
+ advanced cross-platform functionality, including industrial quality
+ transaction processing, file mirroring, huge file support and
+ disaster recovery. The FairCom ODBC Driver and Crystal Report(tm)
+ interfaces allow end-users to access <em>c-tree</em> Plus
+ applications with higher level products such as Microsoft Access and
+ Crystal Reports. The FairCom toolset is completed with
+ <em>r-tree</em>, a powerful report generator and the powerful FairCom
+ server, with heterogeneous network support, which allows dissimilar
+ clients to attach to one platform and easily migrate to over 20
+ supported platforms, from FreeBSD to Windows to Mac. For more
+ information, please visit <a
+ href="http://www.faircom.com/">www.faircom.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="HKS" category="MISC">
+ <name>HKS, Incorporated</name>
+ <url>http://www.hks.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ HKS, Incorporated offers <em>CCVS</em> for FreeBSD. CCVS allows Unix
+ systems to act as a POS terminal. Our APIs let people build credit
+ card processing capabilities into just about any system that runs on
+ any Unix we support. Please visit our <a
+ href="http://www.hks.net/products.html">web site</a> for more
+ details.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="icon" category="DEV">
+ <name>Icon Laboratories</name>
+ <url>http://www.icon-labs.com/</url>
+ <description>Icon Laboratories offers Envoy for FreeBSD.
+ Envoy is a ported version of ISI's popular Envoy SNMP libraries.
+ Each port includes SNMP libraries and header files for C development,
+ a MIB compiler and source code for a sample agent,
+ designed specifically for FreeBSD.
+ For more information, send email to
+ <a href="mailto:info@icon-labs.com">info@icon-labs.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Infinitum" category="MISC">
+ <name>Infinitum Group</name>
+ <url>http://www.infinitum.nl</url>
+ <description>
+ Infinitum Group provides several high-end solutions, based upon
+ FreeBSD and other *NIX/BSD based platforms. Our
+ do-maintenance-yourself website product runs on FreeBSD, in
+ combination with <a href="http://www.zope.org">Zope</a>. If you would
+ like an easy maintenance website or custom software development,
+ please contact us at <a
+ href="mailto:info@infinitum.nl">info@infinitum.nl</a> or by phone at
+ +31 (0)70-3108950.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Inlab" category="SCIENTIFIC">
+ <name>Inlab Software GmbH</name>
+ <url>http://www.munich.net/inlab/scheme/</url>
+ <description>
+ Inlab Software GmbH offers binaries of <em>Inlab-Scheme</em> for
+ FreeBSD and Linux (FREE for personal or educational use).
+ Inlab-Scheme is a R4RS-compliant Scheme, which is capable of reading
+ and writing TIFF and XBM-bitmaps to and from a special internal
+ bitmap type. With built-in primitives for image processing,
+ Inlab-Scheme can be a general tool for tasks like optical character
+ recognition and general analysis and processing of bitmap data.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="InterBase" category="DATABASE">
+ <name>InterBase</name>
+ <url>http://www.interbase.com</url>
+ <description>
+ InterBase is The Perfect Embedded Database. Behind every great
+ client/server application, you will find a great database and very
+ possibly an embedded database. The hallmark of a great embedded
+ database is its ability to empower applications and deliver
+ information while remaining virtually invisible to the end user and
+ requiring little or no attention from the database administrator.
+ That database is InterBase. InterBase's Japanese partner, RIOS
+ Corporation, is now offering a port of InterBase 4 for FreeBSD.
+ Additional information is available at <a
+ href="http://www.interbase.com">www.interbase.com</a> or directly
+ from RIOS at <a
+ href="http://iblinux.rios.co.jp/intl/">http://iblinux.rios.co.jp/intl
+ /</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="iPass" category="SYSADMIN">
+ <name>iPass</name>
+ <url>http://www.ipass.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ i-Pass Alliance is the leading provider of global Internet-roaming
+ solutions for Internet service providers. We provide a total solution
+ that enables ISPs to join a global network and provide convenient,
+ low-cost worldwide access to their traveling Internet subscribers. We
+ are an independent organization, handling the financial settlement
+ between you and other Internet service providers and enabling you to
+ bill their subscribers for this service. There is no cost to join and
+ no cost for the i-Pass software. The i-Pass cross-authorization and
+ settlement software is compatible with all common authentication
+ protocols and servers, including FreeBSD. For more information,
+ please visit <a href="http://www.ipass.com/">www.ipass.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="irie" category="DEV">
+ <name>Irie Tools</name>
+ <url>http://www.irietools.com/</url>
+ <description>Irie Tools develops Irie Pascal, a multi-platform
+ compiler and interpreter that creates console programs and web
+ server programs using the Common Gateway Interface. Features
+ include strong support for Standard Pascal (ideal for learning
+ Pascal), MySQL database programming, and creating programs to
+ process large datasets (no 64K limit on code or data). Irie
+ Pascal supports five different operating systems (FreeBSD,
+ Windows, Linux, Solaris/x86, and Solaris/Sparc). There is a
+ separate edition of Irie Pascal for each supported operating
+ system, and programs created with the compiler in any edition
+ can be executed (without being recompiled) by the interpreters
+ in all editions. A free evaluation copy is available at the <a
+ href="http://www.irietools.com">Irie Tools website</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="journyx" category="MISC">
+ <name>journyx WebTime</name>
+ <url>http://journyx.com/products.html</url>
+ <description>
+ journyx WebTime is a web-based time and attendance tracking product
+ for engineering departments and technical consultancies or
+ contracting firms with people on the go. It was developed on FreeBSD.
+ Since it is web-based, it allows for worldwide collection of data.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Kaspersky" category="SECURITY">
+ <name>Kaspersky Lab</name>
+ <url>http://www.kaspersky.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Kaspersky Lab offers KasperskyT Anti-Virus (AVP) - a unique
+ anti-virus solution for FreeBSD. The product provides comprehensive
+ protection for your file and application servers and gateways running
+ FreeBSD. Kaspersky Anti-Virus for FreeBSD includes the most complete
+ set of anti-virus tools that will help you to build a multi-level
+ defense system against attacks of malicious code of any type,
+ including computer viruses, Internet worms and Trojan horses. The
+ package includes an anti-virus scanner for on-demand check for
+ viruses on data storage devices (local and network); an anti-virus daemon
+ that filters data from viruses in real-time mode. Kaspersky
+ Anti-Virus for FreeBSD offers an interactive configuration program
+ and a utility for automatic anti-virus database updates download. The
+ product also includes a ready-made solution to integrate the product
+ into popular Sendmail and Qmail gateways. This is a perfect solution
+ to create your own centralized filtering system for e-mail traffic
+ and cleanse it of viruses. The client part of Kaspersky Anti-Virus
+ for FreeBSD/BSDi is supplied in open source code. This enables you to
+ easily integrate the product into your own applications to perform
+ specific tasks, e.g., into other e-mail or application servers.
+ Kaspersky Lab also develops anti-virus solutions for DOS, Windows
+ 95/98, Windows 2000/NT Workstation/Server, Novell NetWare, Linux,
+ OS/2, BSDi, MS Exchange Server, Lotus Notes, and MS Office 2000.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="LoneStar" category="SYSADMIN">
+ <name>Lone Star Software Corp</name>
+ <url>http://www.LONE-TAR.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ For over 15 years,
+ LONE-TAR has been the de facto standard backup solution
+ for the UNIX Systems Administrator.
+ LONE-TAR is a fully menu-driven data-archiving and -recovery utility.
+ It employs high compression,
+ allowing it to double the capacity of your archive device,
+ as well as Bit-level Verification of archived data against the hard disk.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Lugaru" category="DEV">
+ <name>Lugaru Software Ltd.</name>
+ <url>http://www.lugaru.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Lugaru's Epsilon Programmer's Editor features EMACS-style &amp;
+ Brief-style key bindings, C/C++/Java, Perl, HTML, and TeX modes,
+ concurrent compiler control with typescript journaling, syntax
+ highlighting, asynchronous Internet support, smart indenting &amp;
+ tags, and multi-file, multi-directory search &amp; replace. Plus full
+ undo/redo, directory-spanning file patterns, command/filename
+ completion, convenient keyboard macros, interactive customizability,
+ and much more. Executables for FreeBSD, Linux, Windows
+ 95/98/NT/2000/3.1, OS/2, and DOS are included. Visit <a
+ href="http://www.lugaru.com">www.lugaru.com</a> for details and a
+ free evaluation copy.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="MainStreet" category="ECOMMERCE">
+ <name>MainStreet</name>
+ <url>http://www.mainstreetsoftworks.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ MainStreet Softworks develops and markets critical financial
+ transaction software to the retail, mail/phone order, and eCommerce
+ industries. Their primary software offering, the MainStreet Credit
+ Verification Engine, provides direct credit card
+ authorization/settlement services on many POSIX-compliant Host
+ Operating Systems such as FreeBSD. MCVE provides all the required
+ functionality to authorize and settle Major Credit Cards and is
+ certified with Established Clearing Houses (processors) to ensure the
+ lowest possible merchant rates. To find out more, visit our <a
+ href="http://www.mainstreetsoftworks.com/">web site</a> or contact us
+ at <a
+ href="mailto:info@mainstreetsoftworks.com">info@mainstreetsoftworks.c
+ om</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Mercantec" category="SYSADMIN">
+ <name>Mercantec, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.mercantec.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Mercantec, Inc. develops <em>SoftCart</em>(tm), a complete retail
+ electronic commerce solution for marketing and selling goods and
+ services on the World Wide Web. Mercantec sells its products through
+ a worldwide network of Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and Web
+ hosting service providers, Web consultants, software developers,
+ integrators, and OEMs. Visit us at <a
+ href="http://www.mercantec.com/">www.mercantec.com</a>, contact us
+ through email at <a
+ href="mailto:info@mercantec.com">info@mercantec.com</a>, or call us
+ at +1.630.305.3200.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="motifdeveloper.com" category="DEV">
+ <name>motifdeveloper.com</name>
+ <url>http://www.motifdeveloper.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ motifdeveloper.com provides both the Open Motif toolkit for FreeBSD
+ via download and also a range of technical information, resources,
+ and in-depth hints and tips for X/Motif developers. To download Open
+ Motif for FreeBSD, please visit <a
+ href="http://www.motifdeveloper.com/" >www.motifdeveloper.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Muonics" category="DEV">
+ <name>Muonics</name>
+ <url>http://www.muonics.com/Products/MIBSmithy/</url>
+ <description>
+ Muonics' MIB Smithy is a software product for Simple Network
+ Management Protocol (SNMP) developers, Management Information Base
+ (MIB) designers and internet-draft authors providing a Visual
+ GUI-based environment for designing, editing and compiling MIB
+ modules according to the SMIv1 and SMIv2 (Structure of Management
+ Information) standards. MIB Smithy is supported on several platforms,
+ including FreeBSD. More information and a 15-day limited evaluation
+ version can be obtained from <a
+ href="http://www.muonics.com/">www.muonics.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="NAG" category="SCIENTIFIC">
+ <name>NAG, Ltd.</name>
+ <url>http://www.nag.co.uk/</url>
+ <description>
+ NAG, Ltd. produces a Fortran-90 Compiler for most flavors of Unix
+ (including FreeBSD), VMS, and the PC. The <em>NAGWare f90</em>
+ Compiler is a full implementation of Fortran 90 (which, by
+ definition, includes Fortran 77) plus a single-processor
+ implementation of HPF. For further information, in North America,
+ email <a href="mailto:naginfo@nag.com">naginfo@nag.com</a>, and
+ elsewhere, email <a
+ href="mailto:infodesk@nag.co.uk">infodesk@nag.co.uk</a>. Or, visit <a
+ href="http://www.nag.co.uk/">www.nag.co.uk/</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="NameSurfer" category="SYSADMIN">
+ <name>NameSurfer, Ltd.</name>
+ <url>http://www.namesurfer.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ NameSurfer, Ltd. NameSurfer is a distributed administration tool for
+ DNS data, with a WWW-based graphical user interface for remote
+ Internet and Intranet DNS administration. A fully functional
+ evaluation version is available for FreeBSD. For more information,
+ please visit <a
+ href="http://www.namesurfer.com/">www.namesurfer.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="NetBeans" category="DEV" >
+ <name>NetBeans, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.netbeans.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ NetBeans, Inc. make Java IDEs, written in Java, that run on FreeBSD.
+ A complete set of Open APIs is available for extending the
+ environment.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="NetBoz" category="NETWORK">
+ <name>NetBoz Firewall</name>
+ <url>http://www.netboz.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ NetBoz Firewall Free CD-ROM bootable firewall. No hard disk required.
+ Web administration interface, real time traffic monitoring and more.
+ Visit our web site <a
+ href="http://www.netboz.net/">www.netboz.net</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="NetCon" category="NETWORK">
+ <name>NetCon Corporation</name>
+ <url>http://www.netcon.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ NetCon Corporation, established in 1985 and with over 10,000
+ installed servers, is the leading supplier of NetWare-compatible
+ operating systems and Internet Gateways for standard UNIX platforms.
+ NetCon offers a complete line of systems for FreeBSD, SUN Solaris,
+ SCO UNIX/ODT and IBM AIX RS6000, serving from 5 to 1000 users.
+ Services include: Full Internet access from NetWare/WIN95/Windows
+ workstations over IPX/SPX, X Windows over IPX/SPX, NetWare file and
+ print services, NetWare Client services for UNIX, High-performance,
+ DOS/Windows Terminal Emulation.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Netsville" category="SYSADMIN">
+ <name>Netsville, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.netsville.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Netsville, Inc. sells an Internet merchandising system called <a
+ href="http://hazel.netsville.com/">Hazel</a> which allows webmasters,
+ web consultants, or regular shopkeeps to create a web storefront on
+ the Internet. Hazel interfaces with web servers, using SSL for
+ security and various transaction processors for credit card
+ authorization. The developers actually wrote Hazel using FreeBSD as
+ their operating system. If you need a flexible shopping cart solution
+ for the Internet, Hazel is your best bet.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="NettixPeru" category="MISC">
+ <name>Nettix Peru</name>
+ <url>http://www.nettix.com.pe/</url>
+ <description>
+ Nettix Peru provides value added solutions based on opensource
+ software for today's Peruvian and Latin-American small and mid-range
+ companies. Our main skills are in Linux, Unix, Networking, and
+ Security related subjects.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Openmake" category="DEV">
+ <name>Openmake</name>
+ <url>http://www.openmake.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Openmake is a GUI- and shell-based build manager that goes beyond
+ beloved GNU make. Used at some of the world's largest companies for
+ simple apps and complex multi-language/multi-OS applications,
+ Openmake allows complete standardization and automation of the build
+ process. Coupled with any version control tool (e.g. RCS), Openmake
+ absolutely ensures matching source and executables. Submit your
+ client build to Windows and your server build to FreeBSD at the same
+ time (or AIX, HP, Sun, Sequent, OS/2). For more information, visit <a
+ href="http://www.openmake.com">www.openmake.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="OSATech" category="ECOMMERCE">
+ <name>OSATech, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.osatech.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ OSATech, Inc. is a Massachusetts-based corporation. We specialize in
+ e-commerce software development, using Perl, C++ and Java. We perform
+ all of our project management activities from the US, whereas our
+ development activities are performed in our offshore center in India.
+ Using this approach, we are able to provide quality service at a low
+ cost. Please contact us at <a
+ href="mailto:gprakash@osatech.com">gprakash@osatech.com</a> or at
+ 617-306-6578. Please refer to <a
+ href="http://www.osatech.com">www.osatech.com</a> for more
+ information.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="PacificTimesheet" category="ECOMMERCE">
+ <name>Pacific Timesheet</name>
+ <url>http://www.pacifictimesheet.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Pacific Timesheet is a web-based timesheet software that provides
+ payroll, project, job costing, time and attendance features in one
+ system. Other modules include automated approvals, billing and
+ pay rates, time-off scheduling, custom reporting, iPhone timesheet,
+ IVR integration, time clock integration and payroll integration.
+ We support all major operating systems and browsers. Our software
+ is available as a licensed or as a ASP/online version.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Parabase" category="MISC">
+ <name>Parabase Technology Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.parabase.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Parabase Technology Inc. offers the Parabase Web-Order-System, an
+ integrated set of web-based business applications that incorporate
+ web-based order entry, catalog generation, shopping cart, and
+ administration. It automatically calculates shipping and handling
+ charges and sales tax [depending on location] and has a full invoice
+ preview and email order confirmation. The system currently interfaces
+ to QuickBooks and Excel; other accounting packages are available on
+ request. The system is based on a highly reliable journalizing
+ database concept. Additional information is available at <a
+ href="http://www.parabase.com">www.parabase.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Perforce" category="MISC">
+ <name>Perforce Software</name>
+ <url>http://www.perforce.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Perforce Software produces <a
+ href="http://www.perforce.com/perforce.html"
+ >PERFORCE</a> -- the FAST Software Configuration
+ Management System. Perforce SCM streamlines the
+ software development process for organizations working with multiple
+ operating systems and in multiple physical locations. This
+ high-powered SCM system runs on more than 50 operating systems
+ including Windows, and nearly every UNIX variation, from Linux to Mac
+ OS X to AS/400, providing software developers with an easy-to-use
+ tool for version control, workspace management and atomic change
+ transactions. Free, fully functional evaluation versions are
+ available from the <a href="http://www.perforce.com">Perforce Web
+ site</a>. Organizations developing software that is licensed or
+ otherwise distributed exclusively under an Open Source license may be
+ eligible to obtain Perforce licenses gratis. Perforce Software can be
+ reached at <a href="mailto:info@perforce.com">info@perforce.com</a>
+ or +1-510-864-7400.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="PixInsight" category="SCIENTIFIC">
+ <name>PixInsight</name>
+ <url>http://pixinsight.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ <a href="http://pixinsight.com/features/index.html">PixInsight</a>
+ is an advanced, modular image processing software platform designed
+ specifically for the demanding requirements of astrophotography and
+ other technical imaging fields. PixInsight is available natively
+ on &os;, Linux, Mac OS X and Windows operating systems (both in
+ 32-bit and 64-bit versions). For more information please visit our
+ <a href="http://pixinsight.com/">website</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Polyhedra" category="DATABASE">
+ <name>Polyhedra</name>
+ <url>http://www.polyhedra.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Polyhedra is a main-memory, object-relational database that is
+ ideally suited for mission-critical applications requiring
+ event-driven, real-time responses to data changes, complex database
+ designs, distributed applications, and fault tolerance for high
+ availability and continuous operation. <p> The Object-relational
+ database can contain objects that handle IP-based protocols, with
+ object methods running in the database process itself and accessible
+ to other objects/information stored in the database. Our own web
+ site, <a href="http://www.polyhedra.com">www.polyhedra.com</a>,
+ provides an example of Polyhedra, acting as both the web server and
+ the information store, including free downloads available for trying
+ Polyhedra on FreeBSD in Linux mode. </p>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="PolyServe" category="NETWORK">
+ <name>PolyServe</name>
+ <url>http://www.polyserve.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ PolyServe is a vendor of Understudy, a high-availability webserver
+ monitoring and failover utility for FreeBSD. Understudy resides on
+ two or more webservers and monitors the health and responsiveness of
+ websites. In the event that Understudy detects a failure, it
+ fails-over requests for the failed website to a backup server. Thus,
+ people browsing the website see no interruption or delay; from their
+ standpoint the website keeps right on working. <p> Understudy
+ monitors IP services including HTTP, SMTP, TCP and FTP. Upon
+ detection of a failure, Understudy removes the failed server from the
+ cluster and fails-over to the secondary backup host. Understudy then
+ generates a network-administrator notification via email and/or page
+ so that whatever problem caused the failover can be remedied. </p><p>
+ For more information, visit <a
+ href="http://www.polyserve.com/">www.polyserve.com</a>. </p>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="quadstor" category="SYSADMIN">
+ <name>QUADStor Systems</name>
+ <url>http://www.quadstor.com</url>
+ <description>
+ QUADStor Systems provides storage virtualization and data
+ deduplication products for FreeBSD and Linux. Benefits of QUADStor
+ storage virtualization include data deduplication, data compression,
+ easy management etc. The best thing is that QUADStor products are
+ free for non-commercial use. For more information please visit our
+ <a href="http://www.quadstor.com">website</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="REBOL" category="SCIENTIFIC">
+ <name>REBOL</name>
+ <url>http://www.rebol.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ REBOL is a new, network-based messaging language that increases
+ productivity, cuts application size, and reduces application
+ time-to-market. The language is human-centric, instead of
+ computer-centric, and offers a new alternative to anachronistic
+ programming languages like Java and C++ and scripting languages like
+ PERL and Tcl. REBOL is compact, platform independent, and functions
+ over a network or on a single system. It is ideally suited for
+ webmasters, technicians, hobbyists, educators, experimenters, and any
+ one who requires a simple, customizable, robust, easy-to-understand
+ language. Download <em>The Language of the Free</em>(tm) now at <a
+ href="http://www.rebol.com/downloads.html"
+ >www.rebol.com/downloads.html</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Relex" category="DATABASE">
+ <name>Relex US, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.relexus.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Relex US, Inc. present:
+ <ul>
+ <li>RDBMS Linter(tm) SQL has a
+ client-server architecture and supports SQL-92, ODBC, and JDBC
+ interfaces. User access is available through PHP, Perl, TCL/TK, and
+ a C/C++ language call interface.Linter includes search engine and
+ replication server capabilities, is well designed for embedded
+ systems, and is currently ported to more than 20 operating systems.</li>
+ <li>Our Ticket Tracking System is suitable for resolving
+ problems ranging from software bugs to consumer product complaints.</li>
+ <li>Nevod is a system for data warehousing &amp; mining.</li>
+ <li>Lakuna is a program for rapid database application
+ development.</li>
+ </ul>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Revolution" category="DEV">
+ <name>Revolution</name>
+ <url>http://www.runrev.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Revolution is a multi-platform software development tool that enables
+ developers to easily and quickly create powerful applications for OS
+ X, classic Mac OS, Windows, Linux, and popular Unix systems
+ (including FreeBSD)... with native look and feel on all platforms.
+ For more information or to download a free 30-day trial evaluation
+ edition, visit <a href="http://www.runrev.com/">www.runrev.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="RTD" category="SYSADMIN">
+ <name>RTD</name>
+ <url>http://www.rtd.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ RTD provides <a href="http://www.rtd.com/software/uta.html">UTA</a>,
+ an ISP billing package for FreeBSD-based ISPs.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="SaneSolutions" category="SYSADMIN">
+ <name>Sane Solutions, LLC</name>
+ <url>http://www.sane.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Sane Solutions, LLC offers <a
+ href="http://www.sane.com/products/NetTracker">NetTracker</a>, one of
+ the most powerful, yet easy to use Internet usage tracking programs
+ on the market today. NetTracker allows marketing professionals,
+ webmasters, and ISPs to get the essential information they need to
+ make informed decisions regarding their web sites. A demonstration of
+ NetTracker can be seen at <a
+ href="http://www.sane.com/demo/">www.sane.com/demo/</a> and a FREE,
+ 30-day evaluation copy can be downloaded from <a
+ href="http://www.sane.com/eval/">www.sane.com/eval</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Sendmail" category="EMAIL">
+ <name>Sendmail Inc</name>
+ <url>http://www.sendmail.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Sendmail Inc. develop the commercial (Sendmail Pro) and free versions
+ of sendmail, the ubiquitous mail transport agent. It supports
+ FreeBSD, as well as many other Unix implementations.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="SerengetiSystems" category="NETWORK">
+ <name>Serengeti Systems</name>
+ <url>http://www.serengeti.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Serengeti Systems provides PC to mainframe communication packages
+ over Bisync and SDLC lines. We support FreeBSD, as well as DOS,
+ Windows, SCO, AIX, and OS/2. For more information, please <a
+ href="http://www.serengeti.com/">visit our web site</a>, e-mail us at
+ <a href="mailto:sales@serengeti.com">sales@serengeti.com</a>, or call
+ +1.800.634.3122.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="SiamScan" category="ECOMMERCE">
+ <name>SiamScan.NET</name>
+ <url>http://www.siamscan.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ SiamScan.NET, a Bangkok based company offers commercial web
+ application software, CPA - Collaborative Portable Accounting. CPA is
+ web accounting software designed to be easy enough for non
+ accountants to use. Also, we offer service on maintenance and
+ implementation of FreeBSD systems. For more information, email <a
+ href="mailto:sale@siamscan.net">sale@siamscan.net</a>, visit <a
+ href="http://www.siamscan.net/">SiamScan.NET</a> Website, call +66
+ 2532 9068-70, or fax +66 2533 4167.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Oracle" category="DATABASE">
+ <name>Oracle</name>
+ <url>http://www.oracle.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Oracle distributes Berkeley DB, an embeddable database system with
+ full source. Oracle Berkeley DB is tested and certified
+ to compile and run on all modern operating systems including Solaris,
+ Windows, Linux, Android, Mac OS/X, BSD, iPhone OS, VxWorks, and QNX
+ to name a few. It offers high-end data management
+ services, including full transaction support, disaster recovery, hot
+ backup, very large databases, and the ability to handle large numbers
+ of users concurrently. Keys and records can be arbitrarily long, and
+ of arbitrary data types. Berkeley DB can store data in B+trees, hash
+ tables, or sequential stores. The programmatic interfaces are simple,
+ and can be called from C, C++, Java, or Perl. Berkeley DB is easy to
+ install and manage, so your customers can use your application
+ without learning how to be database administrators. For more
+ information visit the <a
+ href="http://www.oracle.com/us/products/database/berkeley-db/index.html">
+ Berkeley DB website</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="SlickEdit" category="DEV">
+ <name>SlickEdit</name>
+ <url>http://www.slickedit.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ SlickEdit develops and markets Visual SlickEdit, a programmer's
+ editor that allows developers to increase their productivity. Visual
+ SlickEdit v6.0 for FreeBSD allows developers to streamline workflow,
+ simplify processes, manage large files, and reduce keystrokes.
+ Developers can customize Visual SlickEdit, based on individual
+ preferences and preferred coding styles. Visit <a
+ href="http://www.slickedit.com/">www.slickedit.com</a> for more
+ information or to download a demo.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="SoftIntegration" category="DEV">
+ <name>SoftIntegration, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.softintegration.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Ch is an embeddable C/C++ interpreter for cross-platform scripting,
+ 2D/3D plotting, numerical computing, shell programming and embedded
+ scripting. Ch supports the ISO 1990 C Standard (C90), major features
+ in C99 (complex numbers, variable length arrays or VLAs, type generic
+ functions, long data type, etc), and C++ class. Ch has extensions to
+ C language with built-in string type etc for easy scripting. Ch also
+ has extensions with computational array for easy numerical computing
+ and 2D/3D plotting. In addition to Ch, we also have a free C CGI
+ toolkit which is similar to ASP and JSP for web development.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="SoftMaker" category="MISC">
+ <name>SoftMaker Software GmbH</name>
+ <url>http://www.softmaker.de/tml_en.htm</url>
+ <description>
+ TextMaker is the fast, efficient Microsoft Word-compatible word processor for FreeBSD.
+ It provides all the features of a modern high-end word processor, reads and
+ writes Microsoft Word documents seamlessly, and is available on <a
+ href="http://www.softmaker.de/tm_en.htm">multiple platforms</a> (FreeBSD,
+ Linux, Windows, Pocket PCs, Handheld PCs).
+ <a href="http://www.softmaker.de/tmldemo_en.htm">Free trial</a> available.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Solid" category="DATABASE">
+ <name>Solid Information Technology Ltd</name>
+ <url>http://www.solidtech.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Solid Information Technology Ltd is the maker of a unique data
+ management product, <a
+ href="http://www.solidtech.com/market/products/index.htm">SOLID
+ Server</a>. It is designed for robust operation in demanding
+ environments. Its small size and ease-of-use make it ideal for
+ deployment to web sites, various embedded systems, and other
+ environments where databases need to operate unattended. Free
+ evaluation copies maybe downloaded from <a
+ href="http://www.solidtech.com/market/eval/index.htm">here</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Sophos" category="SECURITY">
+ <name>Sophos Anti-Virus</name>
+ <url>http://www.sophos.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Sophos Plc offers <em>Sophos Anti-Virus</em> for FreeBSD. Sophos
+ Anti-Virus is a unique solution to the virus problem, providing true
+ cross-platform protection in a single, fully integrated product. The
+ network-centric design provides a host of benefits for the protection
+ of servers, workstations, and portables. Sophos's ground-breaking
+ architecture maximizes protection, while minimizing performance and
+ administrative overheads. Sophos Anti-Virus is fully scalable,
+ equally at home protecting a single PC, a local network, or the
+ entire enterprise. Sophos Anti-Virus is available for all popular
+ desktop and network operating systems, including DOS, Windows
+ 3.x/95/98/NT/2000, Unix (including FreeBSD), OS/2, Netware, and
+ OpenVMS. Sophos Anti-Virus monitors all virus entry points, including
+ disks, programs, documents, network drives, CD-ROMs, Internet
+ downloads, email attachments, and compressed files. Over 65 per cent
+ of The Times Top 100 Companies use Sophos Anti-Virus to protect their
+ networks from viruses. This endorsement of Sophos Anti-Virus
+ protection is shared around the world. FREE evaluation copies may be
+ <a href="http://www.sophos.com/downloads/full/">downloaded</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="StalkerSoftware" category="NETWORK">
+ <name>Stalker Software, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.stalker.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Stalker Software, Inc. offers <a
+ href="http://www.stalker.com/CommuniGatePro/">CommuniGate Pro</a>,
+ The Internet Messaging Server. Based on the Stalker Foundation
+ framework, it employs the native services of all major operating
+ systems, including FreeBSD, Windows 95/98, Windows NT, Apple
+ Rhapsody, Linux, Solaris, and others. The CommuniGate Pro server
+ takes full advantage of modern multi-threaded and multi-processor
+ environments, and includes anti-spam protection, administration via
+ the Web, extensive multi-domain support, dial-up capabilities, unique
+ IMAP multi-mailbox features and designed to provide access to
+ hundreds of thousands of accounts, and to relay mail on the most
+ heavily loaded sites. Download the FREE Trial version from <a
+ href="http://www.stalker.com/">www.stalker.com</a> or e-mail <a
+ href="mailto:sales@stalker.com">Stalker Software Sales</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="StarQuest" category="DATABASE">
+ <name>StarQuest Ventures</name>
+ <url>http://www.starquest.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ StarQuest Ventures provides connectivity products that allow
+ Windows, UNIX, and Java applications to access IBM host resources
+ on mainframe and midrange systems. StarQuest offers StarSQL (an
+ ODBC-compliant driver for connectivity to IBM's DB2 relational
+ databases) and StarSQL for Java (a type 4 JDBC-compliant driver
+ for DB2 access) for use with FreeBSD. These drivers implement
+ native DRDA protocol over direct TCP/IP connections to a wide range
+ of IBM DB2 platforms with no additional host software required.
+ They include support for LOB (large object) data, encrypted
+ passwords, connection pooling, and global Two-Phase Commit (2PC)
+ transactions. Please visit <a href="http://www.starquest.com">
+ www.starquest.com</a> for additional information or a trial
+ version.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Tonec" category="MISC">
+ <name>Tonec, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.tonec.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Tonec, Inc. provides award-winning products and solutions for web
+ development, Java applets, and Perl modules. Tonec is a developer of
+ Adgen - a BMP to PFR dynamic font converter for Linux and FreeBSD. In
+ addition, Tonec provides custom programming, cost-effective offshore
+ software development, web design, and custom ASP and Java development
+ services in its development centers located in Russia, Poland, and
+ Latvia. <a href="http://www.tonec.com">Visit our site</a> for more
+ information.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="VectorSystems" category="MISC">
+ <name>Vector Systems Limited</name>
+ <url>http://berklix.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Vector Systems Limited sells FreeBSD conversions for the <a
+ href="http://berklix.com/scanjet/">HP Network Scanjet5</a>,
+ <a href="http://berklix.com/~jhs/vsl/products/cd/">Custom CD-ROMs</a>,
+ &amp; <a href="http://berklix.com/~jhs/vsl/products/med/">
+ MED Screen Editor</a> (popular with German CAD users of PCS
+ Cadmus).
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Vembu" category="MISC">
+ <name>Vembu StoreGrid</name>
+ <url>http://www.vembu.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Vembu StoreGrid is an extremely flexible Desktop Backup Software.
+ StoreGrid's innovative, trusted intranet peer-to-peer backup
+ solution helps backup desktop and laptop data with no need for
+ additional storage hardware. With backup servers, StoreGrid can
+ also be deployed for conventional client-server and remote backup
+ purposes. StoreGrid works on FreeBSD, Linux, Windows and Mac OS X
+ operating systems. Check out <a href="http://www.vembu.com">http://www.vembu.com</a>
+ for a free trial download of Vembu StoreGrid Desktop Backup
+ Software.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="Vital" category="DEV">
+ <name>Vital, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.vital.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Vital, Inc. is the maker of the CRiSP visual text editor. CRiSP is a
+ development tool for FreeBSD and most other Windows, UNIX, and Linux
+ platforms. CRiSP is 100% BRIEF-compatible and also emulates other
+ popular editors such as vi, emacs, EDT, CUA, and Wordstar. This makes
+ CRiSP a very powerful yet easy-to-use editing package with features
+ like cut &amp; paste, syntax coloring, code beautifying, code
+ folding, searching, and much more.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="WebCrossing" category="NETWORK">
+ <name>Web Crossing</name>
+ <url>http://webcrossing.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Web Crossing, by Lundeen &amp; Associates, is a conferencing server
+ for the intranet/extranet and World Wide Web providing discussion
+ forums and chat rooms. Web Crossing is a groupware application
+ server, accessible with any Web browser, via most Web servers. It
+ makes communication more efficient and productive than newsgroups or
+ email mailing lists. Contact L &amp; A at <a
+ href="mailto:sales@lundeen.com">sales@lundeen.com</a>,
+ +1.510.521.5855 (Voice), or +1.510.522.6647 (Fax).
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="WebHostWorks.net" category="ECOMMERCE">
+ <name>WebHostWorks.net</name>
+ <url>http://www.webhostworks.net/</url>
+ <description>
+ WebHostWorks.net is a small and thriving web development firm
+ specializing in e-commerce integration for small and medium sized
+ businesses. Our proprietary E-Cart commerce package supports
+ extraordinarily usable shopping cart services with backend product
+ list management, order processing, executive summary reports,
+ customer review processing, and inventory projections. See <a
+ href="http://www.webhostworks.net">webhostworks.net</a> for more
+ information.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="WebEvent" category="NETWORK">
+ <name>WebEvent</name>
+ <url>http://www.matadordesign.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Matador Design produces WebEvent, a web-based calendar and scheduling
+ solution that is available for FreeBSD-based web servers. It is a
+ perfect addition to any Internet or Intranet web site that needs to
+ display event information, manage schedules, rooms, or other
+ resources.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="XDesigner" category="DEV">
+ <name>X-Designer</name>
+ <url>"http://www.ist-inc.com/xd/</url>
+ <description>
+ X-Designer from <a href="http://www.ist-inc.com/">Imperial Software Technology</a>
+ is an advanced GUI Builder for FreeBSD.
+ X-Designer makes it easy to build and test graphical user interfaces.
+ Use X-Designer to quickly create a working X/Motif, Windows, or Java GUI
+ from a single design.
+ Includes automated GUI testing and technology
+ to re-engineer legacy Motif interfaces with XD/Capture.
+ Visit our <a href="http://www.ist-inc.com/xd">web site</a>
+ for more information or send an e-mail
+ to <a href="mailto:sales@ist-inc.com">sales@ist-inc.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="XAT" category="NETWORK">
+ <name>XAT.com</name>
+ <url>http://www.xat.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ XAT.com offers commercial web-acceleration software for FreeBSD. <a
+ href="http://www.xat.com/jdo/">JPEG Disk Optimizer</a> is designed to
+ run on a web server and either run in the background to compress all
+ JPG images on a disk or to compress them as they arrive. Users have
+ reported a 40% saving in file size and corresponding savings in
+ bandwidth, disk space, and server load, all of which contributes to
+ faster web sites. For more information, email <a
+ href="mailto:sales@xat.com">sales@xat.com</a>, visit the <a
+ href="http://www.xat.com/jdo/">XAT.com website</a>, or call +44 1752
+ 872181.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="XGForce" category="NETWORK">
+ <name>XGForce.COM</name>
+ <url>http://www.xgforce.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ XGForce.COM announces <a href="http://www.xgforce.com/eCluster.html">
+ eCluster(tm)</a> software. New Internet Clustering Technology is
+ designed to cluster Intranet/Internet Servers into virtual groups,
+ where server load balancing and fail safe is made possible.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="YARD" category="DATABASE">
+ <name>YARD Software GmbH</name>
+ <url>http://www.yard.de/</url>
+ <description>
+ YARD Software GmbH provides its relational ANSI-SQL database for
+ FreeBSD systems. <em>YARD-SQL</em> is available on most UNIX systems
+ and has interfaces for C, ODBC (MS Windows) and JDBC (Java). A
+ Private Edition for private, non-commercial use can be downloaded
+ from <a
+ href="ftp://ftp.yard.de/pub/private/">ftp://ftp.yard.de/pub/private/</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ZeusTechnology" category="NETWORK">
+ <name>Zeus Technology Limited</name>
+ <url>http://www.zeus.co.uk/</url>
+ <description>
+ Zeus Technology Limited offers <em>Zeus Server</em> for FreeBSD. Zeus
+ Server is an advanced, powerful, full-featured, commercial grade web
+ server designed with exceptional performance, minimal machine
+ resource requirements, and ease of administration in mind. FREE
+ evaluation copies may be <a
+ href="http://www.zeus.co.uk/">downloaded</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="SippySoftwareInc" category="NETWORK">
+ <name>Sippy Software, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.sippysoft.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Sippy Software, Inc. is a VoIP solutions company. We enable Internet
+ Telephony Service Providers (ITSP's) and the operators of voice
+ networks to quickly and efficiently implement, manage, and deliver a
+ wide range of IP telephony services. Our flagship product
+ <a href="http://www.sippysoft.com/?page=products&amp;m_l2=0&amp;m_l3=0">
+ Sippy Softswitch</a> is a carrier-grade SIP session controller and
+ rating/billing solution as well as an extremely flexible customer
+ management platform that enables the providers of IP Telephony
+ services to launch, price, and provision an array of VoIP services.
+ For further information, please see <a href="http://www.sippysoft.com">
+ www.sippysoft.com</a>. We use FreeBSD as a platform for running our
+ software on and actively support it along with several other free
+ software projects, such as <a href="http://www.iptel.org/ser">SER</a>
+ and <a href="http://www.b2bua.org">Sippy B2BUA</a>, by contributing
+ back our fixes and enhancements.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ClickTime" category="NETWORK">
+ <name>ClickTime</name>
+ <url>http://www.clicktime.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ ClickTime is an easy-to-use web timesheet for billing, cost accounting,
+ and payroll. User-friendly and superfast, employees can easily enter
+ time on any computer (Mac or PC) with an Internet connection. And if
+ they forget, ClickTime will remind them. Now, employees don't have
+ to wait to get back to the office to submit their expenses; with
+ ClickTime they can be approved from anywhere without paperwork hassles.
+ Managers are also saved those hassles with powerful reports, simple
+ timesheet approval, 24-hour customer support, and data-export to Excel,
+ QuickBooks, PDF, and other popular software. Cost effective and time
+ saving, ClickTime requires no contract, no installation, and minimal
+ training. Try our 30-day free trial and see for yourself that ClickTime
+ is the simplest way to track employee time.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="swat" category="DEV">
+ <name>SWAT</name>
+ <url>http://www.coverity.com/products.html</url>
+ <description>
+ Coverity provides the <b>SWAT</b> platform for compile time defect
+ detection. Coverity's products allow developers to detect a broad
+ class of disastrous run-time failures at compile time, including
+ buffer overruns, memory leaks, memory corruption, NULL pointer
+ dereferences and more. SWAT analyzes C and C++ source code with
+ 0 Makefile changes and 0 source code changes. The SWAT tool is
+ available for both the production 4.X FreeBSD kernels and the
+ development 5.X kernel.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ConnectDaily" category="NETWORK">
+ <name>Connect Daily Web Calendar</name>
+ <url>http://www.mhsoftware.com/connectdaily.htm</url>
+ <description>
+ Connect Daily is a Java based web calendar. It provides advanced
+ capabilities for scheduling resources including Gantt Chart views
+ and approvals. Users can subscribe to notifications and reminders
+ to receive Email messages about events as they are added. Event export
+ to iCal is supported, as well as a synchronization program to export
+ events to Palm and MS Outlook. Users can be authenticated against LDAP
+ directories or MS Active Directory.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="dbstar" category="DATABASE">
+ <name>dbstar</name>
+ <url>http://www.ittia.com/dbstar/dbstar.html</url>
+ <description>
+ db.* is a free, small-footprint (less than 150K) open-source
+ database management system (DBMS) designed to provide powerful,
+ flexible, high-performance capabilities for developing
+ applications using an embedded database.
+ By combining the network and relational model technologies
+ in a single system, db.* lets you organize and access
+ information efficiently, regardless of the complexity of the
+ data. It is well-documented and absolutely free to use,
+ modify and distribute on Open Source operating systems.
+ db.* is very reliable and stable, and as all embedded
+ databases, requires no DBA.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ieasoftware" category="ECOMMERCE">
+ <name>IEA Software, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.iea-software.com</url>
+ <description>
+ <a href="http://www.iea-software.com/emerald">
+ Emerald Management Suite</a><br />
+ Emerald offers automated billing, reporting, account management,
+ integrated AAA/RADIUS, CRM, customer self sign-up and management,
+ usage billing, network accounting, automatic scheduling,
+ provisioning and powerful security features enabling Virtual ISP
+ and roaming scenarios. For more information information on
+ Emerald please see the <a
+ href="http://www.iea-software.com/emerald">Emerald product
+ page</a>. A free evaluation license including full product
+ support is available form the <a
+ href="http://www.iea-software.com/download">IEA download
+ center</a>. For an on-line look at the product, a web-based
+ demonstration is <a
+ href="http://www.iea-software.com/products/emerald4_demo.cfm"> available
+ here</a>. Emerald runs natively on FreeBSD 5.0 or later.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="wisdomforce" category="DATABASE">
+ <name>WisdomForce Technologies, Inc.</name>
+ <url>http://www.wisdomforce.com</url>
+ <description>
+ WisdomForce Technologies delivers software products that help
+ data-intensive businesses and governmental entities to improve
+ the quality, availability and continuity of the data within their
+ IT systems, leading to better business decision-making, increased
+ productivity, and an improved bottom line. WisdomForce's products
+ focused on the real-time database data movement and data
+ integration market. WisdomForce is offering solutions for
+ real-time moving data across heterogeneous systems. WisdomForce
+ is providing customers with software infrastructure for data
+ replication, extract, capture, transformation, movement and
+ management of data from one/many database to one/many database.
+ WisdomForce FastReader for Oracle data transfer is capable to
+ extract data from large production tables into flate files on
+ average rate 100,000 rows per second.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+ <entry id="TrackSite" category="NETWORK">
+ <name>TrackSite, Websolutions Software</name>
+ <url>http://Tracksite.ru</url>
+ <description>
+ TrackSite is real-time, private, invisible, automated,
+ comprehensive visitor tracking and traffic analytics system for
+ websites. Features include: real-time reporting, comprehensive
+ analytics with 57 reports, downloads &amp; robots, referrals,
+ searchwords, conversion rates &amp; visitors segmentation,
+ webserver &amp; bandwidth stats, automated install &amp; use,
+ cross-platform, multi-host, multi-user, data security, very
+ compact database, easy ISP switching, scalability, flexible
+ deployment, free edition. For more information visit
+ <a href="http://TrackSite.ru/">www.TrackSite.ru</a>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="anthemion" category="MISC">
+ <name>Anthemion Software Ltd.</name>
+ <url>http://www.anthemion.co.uk</url>
+ <description>
+ Anthemion Software Ltd. is a small independent software company
+ based in Edinburgh, Scotland, specialising in tools to help
+ writers and users of the wxWidgets application development
+ framework. We provide you with the following products:
+
+ <p><a href="http://www.dialogblocks.com/">DialogBlocks</a>
+ is a sizer-based GUI resource editor that allows you to
+ quickly create professional-looking dialogs, wizards and
+ frames for deployment on Windows, Linux, Mac or any other
+ supported wxWidgets platform.</p>
+
+ <p><a href="http://www.jutoh.com/">Jutoh</a> makes it easy
+ to create ebooks in popular formats that you can sell on
+ many ebook sites. Create your project in seconds from
+ existing files using the New Project Wizard; or create
+ your book from scratch using the built-in styled text
+ editor. Select a book cover design from Jutoh's template,
+ or create your own cover design with the built-in cover
+ editor. Jutoh lets you start creating your ebooks quickly,
+ but has plenty of features and configuration for more
+ advanced use, including support for contents, index and
+ endnotes pages.</p>
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="supportex" category="SYSADMIN">
+ <name>Supportex.Net</name>
+ <url>http://www.supportex.net</url>
+ <description>
+ Supportex.Net is an outsourced server administration company, based in
+ Moscow, Russia. Offers a tailored FreeBSD configuration, optimization
+ and tuning services.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="ahsay" category="SYSADMIN">
+ <name>Ahsay Online Backup Software</name>
+ <url>http://www.ahsay.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Ahsay Online Backup Software is a commercial solution for ISPs and
+ online backup service providers. Besides its robust backup features
+ and multi-platform support, AhsayOBS is the only fully brandable
+ solution on the market. AhsayOBS is user-friendly, yet feature-rich.
+ Not only does it support common features like incremental file backup
+ and scheduled backup, it also supports brick-level Exchange backup
+ (including Outlook mails, calendar, etc). AhsayOBS is specially
+ designed to backup databases such as MS SQL Server, MySQL Server,
+ Oracle, MS Exchange Server, Lotus Domino Server and more. AhsayOBS
+ offers high level of security. Data from multiple AhsayOBS can be
+ further replicated to Ahsay Replication Server as an additional level
+ of protection. Besides, data can be restored to a particular snapshot
+ across different platforms. Moreover, extensive APIs and comprehensive
+ reports facilitate account management. Being the global leader with
+ over 150,000 installations, AhsayOBS is multilingual in 18 languages,
+ and the number is growing. For more information and a free download,
+ visit us at <a href="http://www.ahsay.com">www.ahsay.com</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="anoigo" category="SYSADMIN">
+ <name>Anoigo</name>
+ <url>http://www.anoigo.co.uk</url>
+ <description>
+ Anoigo is an open source solutions provider, focusing mainly on the SME
+ market. With more than 25 years IT and technology experience we offer a
+ full range of services from web development to systems integration. Our
+ main area of expertise includes turnkey systems, system administration,
+ penetration testing, Apache, MySQL, PHP and Perl. We can be reached at
+ <a href="mailto:sales@anoigo.co.uk">sales@anoigo.co.uk</a> or at
+ <a href="http://www.anoigo.co.uk">http://www.anoigo.co.uk</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="binarysec" category="SECURITY">
+ <name>BinarySEC</name>
+ <url>http://www.binarysec.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ BinarySEC is an intelligent web application firewall. It runs on
+ FreeBSD as an Apache module either on i386 and amd64 architectures.
+ Its artificial intelligence engine learns normal traffic received on a
+ website or any web application (provided it uses Apache) and is then
+ able to stop suspicious HTTP requests. It has two modes: alert
+ (suspicious traffic is just reported, not stopped) and blocking mode.
+ The webmaster (or the admin) has the ability to make the AI engine learn
+ normal traffic so that the profiles of these requests generate no more
+ false positives. After a few days, no more false alerts will appear,
+ only suspicious traffic will have been blocked. BinarySEC is a relevant
+ tool to harden a web application.<br/>
+ A free trial is available on our website. It can be installed in a few
+ minutes. <a href="http://www.binarysec.com/page-eng-freetrial.html">Grab
+ it from here</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="kernun" category="SECURITY">
+ <name>Kernun Firewall</name>
+ <url>http://www.kernun.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ Kernun firewall is a commercial software package consisting of a set
+ of application proxies, configuration tools and other utilities,
+ delivered with their source code. It relies on FreeBSD operating
+ system and a piece of hardware (currently, i386 PC and amd64 Hammer
+ architectures are supported). Kernun firewall is extremely effective
+ in controlling data communication on all network layers.<br/>
+ Kernun firewall is designed to mediate legitimate communication between
+ hosts on different networks, if it is allowed by firewall policy, while
+ stopping both illegitimate communication and network attacks launched
+ on one network and aiming at a different network protected by Kernun.
+ It can also be used to cease misuse of network resources, detect and
+ block viruses, spyware, spam and other unwanted content.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="chartdirector" category="DEV">
+ <name>ChartDirector</name>
+ <url>http://www.advsofteng.com/</url>
+ <description>
+ ChartDirector is a powerful chart component for creating professional and
+ interactive charts for both web and standalone applications. Its unique
+ layering architecture enables you to synthesize the charts you want using
+ standard chart layers. ChartDirector's comprehensive chart styles
+ include pie, donut, bar, line, spline, step line, trend line,
+ curve-fitting, inter-line coloring, area, scatter, bubble, floating box,
+ box-whisker, waterfall, finance (numerous indicators support), gantt,
+ vector, radar, polar, rose, and angular and linear meters and gauges.
+ ChartDirector charts are interactive with full suite of mouse events,
+ tool tips and are AJAX enabled.<br/><br/>
+ ChartDirector includes with the following editions:<br/><br/>
+ <ul>
+ <li><a href='http://www.advsofteng.com/cdphp.html'>ChartDirector PHP
+ Charts and Graphs</a></li>
+ <li><a href='http://www.advsofteng.com/cdperl.html'>ChartDirector Perl
+ Charts and Graphs</a></li>
+ <li><a href='http://www.advsofteng.com/cdpython.html'>ChartDirector
+ Python Charts and Graphs</a></li>
+ <li><a href='http://www.advsofteng.com/cdruby.html'>ChartDirector Ruby
+ Charts and Graphs</a></li>
+ <li><a href='http://www.advsofteng.com/cdcpp.html'>ChartDirector C++
+ Charts and Graphs</a></li>
+ <li><a href='http://www.advsofteng.com/cdjava.html'>ChartDirector
+ JSP/Java Charts and Graphs</a></li>
+ </ul>
+ Free trial (no expiration!) available from <a
+ href='http://www.advsofteng.com/download.html'>http://www.advsofteng.com/download.html</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="linguasystems" category="SCIENTIFIC">
+ <name>Lingua-Systems Software GmbH</name>
+ <url>http://www.lingua-systems.com</url>
+ <description>
+ Lingua-Systems is dedicated to providing high-quality, Unix-based
+ software solutions for natural language processing that fulfill
+ the principles of simplicity and efficiency and are developed with
+ passion founded on solid research. All our
+ <a href="http://www.lingua-systems.com/products.html">products</a>,
+ including the
+ <a href="http://www.lingua-systems.com/language-identifier/lid-library/">"lid" language identifier</a>,
+ are available for FreeBSD. For more information, visit our website:
+ <a href="http://www.lingua-systems.com/">http://www.lingua-systems.com/</a>.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+
+ <entry id="isoftplus" category="DEV">
+ <name>iSoftPlus</name>
+ <url>http://www.isoftplus.com</url>
+ <description>
+ We are software company specialized in developing Internet
+ applications. We are providing entirely open source solutions based
+ on FreeBSD, PHP, Apache and MySQL. Other Linux and FreeBSD based
+ services are available as well, including system and network
+ administration as well as consulting.
+ </description>
+ </entry>
+</entries>
diff --git a/share/xml/common.ent b/share/xml/common.ent
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..919430b74a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/share/xml/common.ent
@@ -0,0 +1,86 @@
+<!-- $FreeBSD$ -->
+
+<!-- FreeBSD Common Entities -->
+<!-- PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//ENTITIES FreeBSD Common Entities//EN" -->
+
+<!-- default value of &base; -->
+<!ENTITY base ".">
+
+<!ENTITY % url.enbase.eq.base "IGNORE">
+<![ %url.enbase.eq.base; [
+<!ENTITY enbase "&base;">
+]]>
+<!ENTITY enbase "&base;/..">
+
+<!-- default langcode and encoding -->
+<!ENTITY url.doc.langcode 'en_US.ISO8859-1'>
+<!ENTITY xml.encoding 'iso-8859-1'>
+
+<!ENTITY % html.header.script.google "IGNORE">
+
+<!--
+ Base is the absolute URL for the given page, minus the actual page
+ part. It should either be specified as a fully qualified URL, or
+ relative to the server root. It should be defined in the prolog
+ <em>before</em> including this file if the page does not live at the
+ default location below.
+
+ When making a link, use <a href="&base;/mypage.html">foo</a> and
+ &base; will be expanded appropriately. Base is also used in the
+ definition of standard boilerplate entities in this file, so be sure
+ base is correct!
+
+ To translators: When making a link to original documents are needed,
+ use &enbase; instead of &base;.
+-->
+
+<!ENTITY cgibase "http://www.FreeBSD.org/cgi">
+<!ENTITY ftpbase "http://security.FreeBSD.org/advisories/">
+<!ENTITY ftpbaseold "ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.org/pub/FreeBSD/CERT/advisories/old/">
+<!ENTITY ftpbaseerrata "http://security.FreeBSD.org/advisories/">
+
+<!ENTITY os 'FreeBSD'>
+
+<!-- Often used trademarks -->
+<!ENTITY unix 'UNIX&reg;'>
+<!ENTITY java 'Java&reg;'>
+<!ENTITY jdk 'JDK&reg;'>
+<!ENTITY jre 'JRE&reg;'>
+<!ENTITY openjdk 'OpenJDK&reg;'>
+<!ENTITY posix 'POSIX&reg;'>
+<!ENTITY leadingmark '&#183; '>
+
+<!-- Supported architecture -->
+<!ENTITY arch.alpha "alpha">
+<!ENTITY arch.amd64 "amd64">
+<!ENTITY arch.arm "arm">
+<!ENTITY arch.i386 "i386">
+<!ENTITY arch.ia64 "ia64">
+<!ENTITY arch.mips "mips">
+<!ENTITY arch.pc98 "pc98">
+<!ENTITY arch.powerpc "powerpc">
+<!ENTITY arch.sparc64 "sparc64">
+<!ENTITY arch.sun4v "sun4v">
+
+<!-- URLs for the FreeBSD Documentation Set -->
+<!ENTITY url.doc.origin '/doc'>
+<!ENTITY url.doc.langcode 'en_US.ISO8859-1'>
+<!ENTITY url.doc.langcode-en 'en_US.ISO8859-1'>
+<!ENTITY url.doc.base '&url.doc.origin;/&url.doc.langcode;'>
+<!ENTITY url.doc.base-en '&url.doc.origin;/&url.doc.langcode-en;'>
+<!ENTITY url.doc.books.handbook '&url.doc.base;/books/handbook/index.html'>
+<!ENTITY url.doc.books.handbook-en '&url.doc.base-en;/books/handbook/index.html'>
+<!ENTITY url.doc.books.dhandbook '&url.doc.base;/books/developers-handbook/index.html'>
+<!ENTITY url.doc.books.dhandbook-en '&url.doc.base-en;/books/developers-handbook/index.html'>
+<!ENTITY url.doc.books.phandbook '&url.doc.base;/books/porters-handbook/index.html'>
+<!ENTITY url.doc.books.phandbook-en '&url.doc.base-en;/books/porters-handbook/index.html'>
+<!ENTITY url.doc.books.faq '&url.doc.base;/books/faq/index.html'>
+<!ENTITY url.doc.books.faq-en '&url.doc.base-en;/books/faq/index.html'>
+<!ENTITY url.doc.books.design-44bsd '&url.doc.base;/books/design-44bsd/index.html'>
+<!ENTITY url.doc.books.design-44bsd-en '&url.doc.base-en;/books/design-44bsd/index.html'>
+<!ENTITY url.doc.books.corp-net-guide '&url.doc.base;/books/corp-net-guide/index.html'>
+<!ENTITY url.doc.books.corp-net-guide-en '&url.doc.base-en;/books/corp-net-guide/index.html'>
+<!ENTITY url.doc.books.fdp-primer '&url.doc.base;/books/fdp-primer/index.html'>
+<!ENTITY url.doc.books.fdp-primer-en '&url.doc.base-en;/books/fdp-primer/index.html'>
+<!ENTITY url.doc.books.pmake '&url.doc.base;/books/pmake/index.html'>
+<!ENTITY url.doc.books.pmake-en '&url.doc.base-en;/books/pmake/index.html'>
diff --git a/share/xml/cvs.dtd b/share/xml/cvs.dtd
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..219505d76d
--- /dev/null
+++ b/share/xml/cvs.dtd
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+<!ELEMENT cvs:keyword (#PCDATA)>
+<!ATTLIST cvs:keyword xmlns CDATA #IMPLIED>
+<!ATTLIST cvs:keyword xmlns:cvs CDATA #FIXED 'http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/CVS'>
diff --git a/share/xml/default.dsl b/share/xml/default.dsl
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..bd71d2f0d3
--- /dev/null
+++ b/share/xml/default.dsl
@@ -0,0 +1,14 @@
+<!-- $FreeBSD$ -->
+
+<!DOCTYPE style-sheet PUBLIC "-//James Clark//DTD DSSSL Style Sheet//EN" [
+<!ENTITY freebsd.dsl PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DOCUMENT DocBook Stylesheet//EN" CDATA DSSSL>
+]>
+
+<style-sheet>
+ <style-specification use="freebsd">
+ <style-specification-body>
+ </style-specification-body>
+ </style-specification>
+
+ <external-specification id="freebsd" document="freebsd.dsl">
+</style-sheet>
diff --git a/share/xml/developers.ent b/share/xml/developers.ent
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..fe7a3e395f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/share/xml/developers.ent
@@ -0,0 +1,719 @@
+<!--
+
+This document provides entities for developers listed by name on the
+FreeBSD web site. Keeping this information in a central location
+allows multiple documents to use the abbreviated entities, and allows
+us to update author names, or the representation of those names (such
+as adding email addresses), by just editing a single file.
+
+$FreeBSD$
+
+-->
+
+<!-- FreeBSD Committers -->
+<!ENTITY a.aaron "Aaron Dalton">
+<!ENTITY a.abial "Andrzej Bialecki">
+<!ENTITY a.ache "Andrey A. Chernov">
+<!ENTITY a.acm "Jos&eacute; Alonso C&aacute;rdenas M&aacute;rquez">
+<!ENTITY a.adam "Adam David">
+<!ENTITY a.adamw "Adam Weinberger">
+<!ENTITY a.ade "Ade Lovett">
+<!ENTITY a.adrian "Adrian Chadd">
+<!ENTITY a.ae "Andrey V. Elsukov">
+<!ENTITY a.ahze "Michael Johnson">
+<!ENTITY a.ak "Alex Kozlov">
+<!ENTITY a.akiyama "Shunsuke Akiyama">
+<!ENTITY a.alane "Alan Eldridge">
+<!ENTITY a.alc "Alan L. Cox">
+<!ENTITY a.ale "Alex Dupre">
+<!ENTITY a.alepulver "Alejandro Pulver">
+<!ENTITY a.alex "Alexander Langer">
+<!ENTITY a.alexbl "Alexander Botero-Lowry">
+<!ENTITY a.alfred "Alfred Perlstein">
+<!ENTITY a.ambrisko "Doug Ambrisko">
+<!ENTITY a.amdmi3 "Dmitry Marakasov">
+<!ENTITY a.amorita "Akio Morita">
+<!ENTITY a.amurai "Atsushi Murai">
+<!ENTITY a.anchie "Ana Kukec">
+<!ENTITY a.anders "Anders Nordby">
+<!ENTITY a.andre "Andre Oppermann">
+<!ENTITY a.andreas "Andreas Klemm">
+<!ENTITY a.andreast "Andreas Tobler">
+<!ENTITY a.andrew "Andrew Turner">
+<!ENTITY a.andy "Andrey Zakhvatov">
+<!ENTITY a.anholt "Eric Anholt">
+<!ENTITY a.anray "Andrey Slusar">
+<!ENTITY a.antoine "Antoine Brodin">
+<!ENTITY a.araujo "Marcelo Araujo">
+<!ENTITY a.archie "Archie Cobbs">
+<!ENTITY a.ariff "Ariff Abdullah">
+<!ENTITY a.arr "Andrew R. Reiter">
+<!ENTITY a.art "Artem Belevich">
+<!ENTITY a.arun "Arun Sharma">
+<!ENTITY a.arved "Tilman Linneweh">
+<!ENTITY a.asami "Satoshi Asami">
+<!ENTITY a.ashish "Ashish SHUKLA">
+<!ENTITY a.asmodai "Jeroen Ruigrok/Asmodai">
+<!ENTITY a.assar "Assar Westerlund">
+<!ENTITY a.attilio "Attilio Rao">
+<!ENTITY a.avatar "Tai-hwa Liang">
+<!ENTITY a.avg "Andriy Gapon">
+<!ENTITY a.avilla "Alberto Villa">
+<!ENTITY a.avl "Alexander Logvinov">
+<!ENTITY a.awebster "Andrew Webster">
+<!ENTITY a.az "Andrej Zverev">
+<!ENTITY a.babkin "Sergey Babkin">
+<!ENTITY a.bakul "Bakul Shah">
+<!ENTITY a.bapt "Baptiste Daroussin">
+<!ENTITY a.barner "Simon Barner">
+<!ENTITY a.bbraun "Rob Braun">
+<!ENTITY a.bcr "Benedict Reuschling">
+<!ENTITY a.bde "Bruce Evans">
+<!ENTITY a.bdrewery "Bryan Drewery">
+<!ENTITY a.bean "Rebecca Visger">
+<!ENTITY a.beat "Beat G&auml;tzi">
+<!ENTITY a.ben "Ben Smithurst">
+<!ENTITY a.benjsc "Benjamin Close">
+<!ENTITY a.benl "Ben Laurie">
+<!ENTITY a.benno "Benno Rice">
+<!ENTITY a.bf "Brendan Fabeny">
+<!ENTITY a.bgray "Ben Gray">
+<!ENTITY a.billf "Bill Fumerola">
+<!ENTITY a.blackend "Marc Fonvieille">
+<!ENTITY a.bland "Alexander Nedotsukov">
+<!ENTITY a.bmah "Bruce A. Mah">
+<!ENTITY a.bmilekic "Bosko Milekic">
+<!ENTITY a.bms "Bruce M. Simpson">
+<!ENTITY a.bp "Boris Popov">
+<!ENTITY a.brd "Brad Davis">
+<!ENTITY a.brandon "Brandon Gillespie">
+<!ENTITY a.brian "Brian Somers">
+<!ENTITY a.brix "Henrik Brix Andersen">
+<!ENTITY a.brooks "Brooks Davis">
+<!ENTITY a.brucec "Bruce Cran">
+<!ENTITY a.brueffer "Christian Br&uuml;ffer">
+<!ENTITY a.bruno "Bruno Ducrot">
+<!ENTITY a.bsam "Boris Samorodov">
+<!ENTITY a.bschmidt "Bernhard Schmidt">
+<!ENTITY a.bsd "Brian S. Dean">
+<!ENTITY a.bushman "Michael Bushkov">
+<!ENTITY a.bvs "Vitaly Bogdanov">
+<!ENTITY a.bz "Bjoern A. Zeeb">
+<!ENTITY a.cawimm "Charles A. Wimmer">
+<!ENTITY a.carvay "J. Vicente Carrasco Vay&aacute;">
+<!ENTITY a.cel "Chuck Lever">
+<!ENTITY a.ceri "Ceri Davies">
+<!ENTITY a.cg "Cameron Grant">
+<!ENTITY a.charnier "Philippe Charnier">
+<!ENTITY a.chern "Chern Lee">
+<!ENTITY a.cherry "Cherry G. Mathew">
+<!ENTITY a.chinsan "Chin-San Huang">
+<!ENTITY a.chm "Christoph Herrmann">
+<!ENTITY a.chris "Chris Costello">
+<!ENTITY a.chuckr "Chuck Robey">
+<!ENTITY a.cjc "Crist J. Clark">
+<!ENTITY a.cjh "Junho CHOI">
+<!ENTITY a.clement "Clement Laforet">
+<!ENTITY a.clive "Clive Lin">
+<!ENTITY a.clsung "Cheng-Lung Sung">
+<!ENTITY a.cognet "Olivier Houchard">
+<!ENTITY a.cokane "Coleman Kane">
+<!ENTITY a.cp "Chuck Paterson">
+<!ENTITY a.cperciva "Colin Percival">
+<!ENTITY a.cpiazza "Chris Piazza">
+<!ENTITY a.cracauer "Martin Cracauer">
+<!ENTITY a.crees "Chris Rees">
+<!ENTITY a.cs "Carlo Strub">
+<!ENTITY a.csgr "Geoff Rehmet">
+<!ENTITY a.cshumway "Christopher Shumway">
+<!ENTITY a.csjp "Christian S.J. Peron">
+<!ENTITY a.culot "Frederic Culot">
+<!ENTITY a.cwt "Chris Timmons">
+<!ENTITY a.cy "Cy Schubert">
+<!ENTITY a.daichi "Daichi GOTO">
+<!ENTITY a.damien "Damien Bergamini">
+<!ENTITY a.dan "Dan Moschuk">
+<!ENTITY a.danfe "Alexey Dokuchaev">
+<!ENTITY a.danger "Daniel Ger&#382;o">
+<!ENTITY a.danny "Daniel O'Callaghan">
+<!ENTITY a.dannyboy "Daniel Harris">
+<!ENTITY a.darrenr "Darren Reed">
+<!ENTITY a.das "David Schultz">
+<!ENTITY a.davidc "Chad David">
+<!ENTITY a.davidn "David Nugent">
+<!ENTITY a.davide "Davide Italiano">
+<!ENTITY a.davidxu "David Xu">
+<!ENTITY a.db "Diane Bruce">
+<!ENTITY a.dbaker "Daniel Baker">
+<!ENTITY a.dburr "Donald Burr">
+<!ENTITY a.dchagin "Dmitry Chagin">
+<!ENTITY a.dcs "Daniel C. Sobral">
+<!ENTITY a.dd "Dima Dorfman">
+<!ENTITY a.dds "Diomidis D. Spinellis">
+<!ENTITY a.dec "David E. Cross">
+<!ENTITY a.decke "Bernhard Fr&ouml;hlich">
+<!ENTITY a.deischen "Daniel Eischen">
+<!ENTITY a.delphij "Xin Li">
+<!ENTITY a.demon "Dmitry Sivachenko">
+<!ENTITY a.den "Denis Peplin">
+<!ENTITY a.des "Dag-Erling C. Sm&oslash;rgrav">
+<!ENTITY a.dfr "Doug Rabson">
+<!ENTITY a.dg "David Greenman">
+<!ENTITY a.dhartmei "Daniel Hartmeier">
+<!ENTITY a.dhn "Dennis Herrmann">
+<!ENTITY a.dhw "David Wolfskill">
+<!ENTITY a.dick "Richard Seaman Jr.">
+<!ENTITY a.dillon "Matthew Dillon">
+<!ENTITY a.dim "Dimitry Andric">
+<!ENTITY a.dima "Dima Ruban">
+<!ENTITY a.dinoex "Dirk Meyer">
+<!ENTITY a.dirk "Dirk Fr&ouml;mberg">
+<!ENTITY a.dmarion "Damjan Marion">
+<!ENTITY a.dmlb "Duncan Barclay">
+<!ENTITY a.dougb "Doug Barton">
+<!ENTITY a.dryice "Dryice Liu">
+<!ENTITY a.dt "Dmitrij Tejblum">
+<!ENTITY a.dteske "Devin Teske">
+<!ENTITY a.dufault "Peter Dufault">
+<!ENTITY a.dumbbell "Jean-S&eacute;bastien P&eacute;dron">
+<!ENTITY a.dwcjr "David W. Chapman Jr.">
+<!ENTITY a.dwhite "Doug White">
+<!ENTITY a.dwmalone "David Malone">
+<!ENTITY a.eadler "Eitan Adler">
+<!ENTITY a.ebrandi "Edson Brandi">
+<!ENTITY a.ed "Ed Schouten">
+<!ENTITY a.edwin "Edwin Groothuis">
+<!ENTITY a.ehaupt "Emanuel Haupt">
+<!ENTITY a.eik "Oliver Eikemeier">
+<!ENTITY a.eivind "Eivind Eklund">
+<!ENTITY a.ejc "Eric J. Chet">
+<!ENTITY a.emaste "Ed Maste">
+<!ENTITY a.emax "Maksim Yevmenkin">
+<!ENTITY a.emoore "Eric Moore">
+<!ENTITY a.eric "Eric Melville">
+<!ENTITY a.erich "Eric L. Hernes">
+<!ENTITY a.erik "Erik Cederstrand">
+<!ENTITY a.erwin "Erwin Lansing">
+<!ENTITY a.fabient "Fabien Thomas">
+<!ENTITY a.fanf "Tony Finch">
+<!ENTITY a.farrokhi "Babak Farrokhi">
+<!ENTITY a.fenner "Bill Fenner">
+<!ENTITY a.fjoe "Max Khon">
+<!ENTITY a.flathill "Seiichirou Hiraoka">
+<!ENTITY a.flo "Florian Smeets">
+<!ENTITY a.flz "Florent Thoumie">
+<!ENTITY a.foxfair "Howard F. Hu">
+<!ENTITY a.fsmp "Steve Passe">
+<!ENTITY a.furuta "Atsushi Furuta">
+<!ENTITY a.gabor "G&aacute;bor K&ouml;vesd&aacute;n">
+<!ENTITY a.gad "Garance A Drosehn">
+<!ENTITY a.gahr "Pietro Cerutti">
+<!ENTITY a.gallatin "Andrew Gallatin">
+<!ENTITY a.ganbold "Ganbold Tsagaankhuu">
+<!ENTITY a.garga "Renato Botelho">
+<!ENTITY a.garys "Gary W. Swearingen">
+<!ENTITY a.gavin "Gavin Atkinson">
+<!ENTITY a.gber "Grzegorz Bernacki">
+<!ENTITY a.gerald "Gerald Pfeifer">
+<!ENTITY a.ghelmer "Guy Helmer">
+<!ENTITY a.gibbs "Justin T. Gibbs">
+<!ENTITY a.gioria "Sebastien Gioria">
+<!ENTITY a.girgen "Palle Girgensohn">
+<!ENTITY a.gj "Gary Jennejohn">
+<!ENTITY a.gjb "Glen Barber">
+<!ENTITY a.glarkin "Greg Larkin">
+<!ENTITY a.gleb "Gleb Kurtsou">
+<!ENTITY a.glebius "Gleb Smirnoff">
+<!ENTITY a.glewis "Greg Lewis">
+<!ENTITY a.gnn "George V. Neville-Neil">
+<!ENTITY a.gonzo "Oleksandr Tymoshenko">
+<!ENTITY a.gordon "Gordon Tetlow">
+<!ENTITY a.gpalmer "Gary Palmer">
+<!ENTITY a.graichen "Thomas Graichen">
+<!ENTITY a.green "Brian F. Feldman">
+<!ENTITY a.grehan "Peter Grehan">
+<!ENTITY a.greid "George C. A. Reid">
+<!ENTITY a.grog "Greg Lehey">
+<!ENTITY a.groudier "Gerard Roudier">
+<!ENTITY a.gryphon "Coranth Gryphon">
+<!ENTITY a.gshapiro "Gregory Neil Shapiro">
+<!ENTITY a.gsutter "Gregory Sutter">
+<!ENTITY a.guido "Guido van Rooij">
+<!ENTITY a.hanai "Hiroyuki HANAI">
+<!ENTITY a.harti "Hartmut Brandt">
+<!ENTITY a.helbig "Wolfgang Helbig">
+<!ENTITY a.hm "Hellmuth Michaelis">
+<!ENTITY a.hmp "Hiten Pandya">
+<!ENTITY a.hoek "Tim Vanderhoek">
+<!ENTITY a.horikawa "Kazuo Horikawa">
+<!ENTITY a.hosokawa "Tatsumi Hosokawa">
+<!ENTITY a.hq "Herve Quiroz">
+<!ENTITY a.hrs "Hiroki Sato">
+<!ENTITY a.hselasky "Hans Petter Selasky">
+<!ENTITY a.hsu "Jeffrey Hsu">
+<!ENTITY a.iedowse "Ian Dowse">
+<!ENTITY a.ijliao "Ying-Chieh Liao">
+<!ENTITY a.ikob "Katsushi Kobayashi">
+<!ENTITY a.imp "Warner Losh">
+<!ENTITY a.imura "R. Imura">
+<!ENTITY a.issei "Issei Suzuki">
+<!ENTITY a.issyl0 "Isabell Long">
+<!ENTITY a.itetcu "Ion-Mihai Tetcu">
+<!ENTITY a.itojun "Jun-ichiro Itoh">
+<!ENTITY a.ivoras "Ivan Voras">
+<!ENTITY a.iwasaki "Mitsuru IWASAKI">
+<!ENTITY a.jacula "Giuseppe Pilichi">
+<!ENTITY a.jadawin "Philippe Audeoud">
+<!ENTITY a.jake "Jake Burkholder">
+<!ENTITY a.jamie "Jamie Gritton">
+<!ENTITY a.jase "Jase Thew">
+<!ENTITY a.jasone "Jason Evans">
+<!ENTITY a.jayanth "Jayanth Vijayaraghavan">
+<!ENTITY a.jb "John Birrell">
+<!ENTITY a.jcamou "Jesus R. Camou">
+<!ENTITY a.jceel "Jakub Klama">
+<!ENTITY a.jchandra "Jayachandran C.">
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+<!ENTITY a.tom "Tom Hukins">
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+<!ENTITY a.trasz "Edward Tomasz Napierala">
+<!ENTITY a.trevor "Trevor Johnson">
+<!ENTITY a.trhodes "Tom Rhodes">
+<!ENTITY a.truckman "Don &ldquo;Truck&rdquo; Lewis">
+<!ENTITY a.tshiozak "Takuya SHIOZAKI">
+<!ENTITY a.tuexen "Michael Tuexen">
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+<!ENTITY a.uch "Yasushi UCHIYAMA">
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+<!ENTITY a.ume "Hajimu UMEMOTO">
+<!ENTITY a.unfurl "Bill Swingle">
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+<!ENTITY a.vs "Volker Stolz">
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+<!ENTITY a.wes "Wes Peters">
+<!ENTITY a.wxs "Wesley Shields">
+<!ENTITY a.whiteside "Don Whiteside">
+<!ENTITY a.wilko "Wilko Bulte">
+<!ENTITY a.will "Will Andrews">
+<!ENTITY a.wjv "Johann Visagie">
+<!ENTITY a.wkoszek "Wojciech A. Koszek">
+<!ENTITY a.wollman "Garrett Wollman">
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+<!ENTITY a.wylie "Wylie Stilwell">
+<!ENTITY a.yar "Yar Tikhiy">
+<!ENTITY a.yoichi "Yoichi NAKAYAMA">
+<!ENTITY a.yokota "Kazutaka YOKOTA">
+<!ENTITY a.yongari "Pyun YongHyeon">
+<!ENTITY a.yzlin "Yi-Jheng Lin">
+<!ENTITY a.xride "S&oslash;ren Straarup">
+<!ENTITY a.zack "Zack Kirsch">
+<!ENTITY a.zarzycki "Dave Zarzycki">
+<!ENTITY a.zec "Marko Zec">
+<!ENTITY a.zeising "Niclas Zeising">
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+<!ENTITY a.zml "Zachary Loafman">
+<!ENTITY a.znerd "Ernst de Haan">
+<!ENTITY a.zont "Andrey Zonov">
+
+<!-- GNATS-only contributors -->
+<!ENTITY a.vwe "Volker Werth">
+
+<!-- Additional contributors -->
+<!ENTITY a.re "re@FreeBSD.org">
+<!ENTITY a.mkm "Kyle&nbsp;Martin">
+<!ENTITY a.joe.halpin "Joe&nbsp;Halpin">
+<!ENTITY a.pavalos "Peter&nbsp;Avalos">
+<!ENTITY a.jwojdacki "Justin&nbsp;Wojdacki">
+
+<!-- Below we list the various hats. -->
+
+<!-- FreeBSD Bugmeister -->
+<!ENTITY a.bugmeister '&a.eadler;, &a.gavin;, &a.gonzo;, &a.linimon;'>
+
+<!-- FreeBSD Doc Engineering Team -->
+<!ENTITY a.doceng '&a.gjb;, &a.blackend;, &a.gabor;, &a.hrs;'>
+
+<!-- FreeBSD Donations Liaison -->
+<!ENTITY a.donations '&a.gjb;, &a.wilko;, &a.gahr;, &a.pgollucci;, &a.skreuzer;, &a.obrien;, &a.trhodes;, Daniel Seuffert, &a.rwatson;'>
+
+<!-- FreeBSD Ports Manager Team -->
+<!ENTITY a.portmgr '&a.tabthorpe;, &a.marcus;, &a.bapt;, &a.beat;, &a.erwin;, &a.linimon;, &a.pav;, &a.itetcu;, &a.miwi;'>
+
+<!-- FreeBSD Release Engineering Teams -->
+<!ENTITY a.re.members '&a.kib;, &a.blackend;, &a.jpaetzel;, &a.hrs;, &a.kensmith;, &a.rwatson;, &a.bz;'>
+<!ENTITY a.re-builders '&a.marcel;, &a.nyan;'>
+
+<!-- FreeBSD Security Officer -->
+<!ENTITY a.so '&a.simon;'>
+
+<!ENTITY a.so-team '&a.mnag;, &a.remko;, &a.gnn;, &a.simon;, &a.philip;, &a.cperciva;, &a.csjp;, &a.des;, &a.rwatson;, &a.bz;'>
diff --git a/share/xml/entities.ent b/share/xml/entities.ent
new file mode 100644
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--- /dev/null
+++ b/share/xml/entities.ent
@@ -0,0 +1,22 @@
+<!-- $FreeBSD$ -->
+
+<!ENTITY % l10n PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//ENTITIES DocBook Language Specific Entities//EN">
+%l10n;
+<!ENTITY % l10n-common PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//ENTITIES DocBook Language Neutral Entities//EN">
+%l10n-common;
+<!ENTITY % man PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//ENTITIES DocBook Manual Page Entities//EN">
+%man;
+<!ENTITY % freebsd PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//ENTITIES DocBook Miscellaneous FreeBSD Entities//EN">
+%freebsd;
+<!ENTITY % authors PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//ENTITIES DocBook Author Entities//EN">
+%authors;
+<!ENTITY % teams PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//ENTITIES DocBook Team Entities//EN">
+%teams;
+<!ENTITY % mailing-lists PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//ENTITIES DocBook Mailing List Entities//EN">
+%mailing-lists;
+<!ENTITY % newsgroups PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//ENTITIES DocBook Newsgroup Entities//EN">
+%newsgroups;
+<!ENTITY % trademarks PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//ENTITIES DocBook Trademark Entities//EN">
+%trademarks;
+<!ENTITY % urls PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//ENTITIES DocBook URL Entities//EN">
+%urls;
diff --git a/share/xml/events.dtd b/share/xml/events.dtd
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..06ae89004d
--- /dev/null
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@@ -0,0 +1,100 @@
+<!-- Copyright (c) 2003 Simon L. Nielsen <simon@FreeBSD.org>
+ All rights reserved.
+
+ Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+ modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
+ are met:
+ 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+ notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+ 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
+ notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
+ documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
+
+ THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS'' AND
+ ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
+ IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
+ ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE
+ FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
+ DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS
+ OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
+ HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT
+ LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
+ OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
+ SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+ $FreeBSD$
+-->
+
+<!-- DTD for events.xml on the FreeBSD website. -->
+
+<!ELEMENT events (cvs:keyword?, event+)>
+
+<!ELEMENT event (name?, url?, startdate, enddate, location, description?, link*)>
+<!ATTLIST event id ID #REQUIRED>
+
+<!ELEMENT name (#PCDATA)>
+<!ELEMENT url (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ Meaning of type attribute:
+ freebsd-website:
+ The URL is relative to the FreeBSD website root.
+ The URL should start with a single "/".
+ absolute:
+ Normal absolute URL.
+-->
+<!ATTLIST url type (absolute|freebsd-website) "absolute">
+
+<!ELEMENT startdate (year,month,day)>
+<!ELEMENT enddate (year,month,day)>
+<!ELEMENT year (#PCDATA)>
+<!ELEMENT month (#PCDATA)>
+<!ELEMENT day (#PCDATA)>
+
+<!ELEMENT location (country?,state?,city?,site?,address?)>
+<!ELEMENT country (#PCDATA)>
+<!ELEMENT state (#PCDATA)>
+<!ELEMENT city (#PCDATA)>
+<!ELEMENT site (#PCDATA)>
+<!ELEMENT address (#PCDATA)>
+
+<!ELEMENT description (#PCDATA|a|tt|i|b)*>
+
+<!-- Misc HTML entities which might be used; just add more as needed -->
+<!ELEMENT a (#PCDATA)>
+<!ATTLIST a href CDATA #REQUIRED>
+
+<!ELEMENT b (#PCDATA|a)*>
+<!ELEMENT i (#PCDATA|a)*>
+<!ELEMENT tt (#PCDATA|a)*>
+
+<!--
+ Link to a web page (local or remote) with additional information
+ about the event. Can also be used for post-event comments/notes.
+-->
+<!ELEMENT link (name, url)>
+<!ATTLIST link type (photos|notes|other) "other">
+
+<!ENTITY % cvs
+ PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD FreeBSD CVS Keywords//EN"
+ "http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/doc/share/xml/cvs.dtd">
+%cvs;
+
+<!ENTITY % autogen.ent
+ PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//ENTITIES FreeBSD Automatically Generated Entities//EN"
+ "http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/cwd/autogen.ent">
+%autogen.ent;
+
+<!ENTITY % iso8879.ent
+ PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//ENTITIES ISO 8879:1986 Entity Set//EN//XML"
+ "http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/www/share/xml/iso8879.ent">
+%iso8879.ent;
+
+<!ENTITY % l10n.ent
+ PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//ENTITIES FreeBSD L10N Entities//EN"
+ "http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/www/share/xml/l10n.ent">
+%l10n.ent;
+
+<!ENTITY % common.ent
+ PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//ENTITIES FreeBSD Common Entities//EN"
+ "http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/www/share/xml/common.ent">
+%common.ent;
diff --git a/share/xml/events.xml b/share/xml/events.xml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..9c7e35456a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/share/xml/events.xml
@@ -0,0 +1,58 @@
+<?xml version="1.0"?>
+<!DOCTYPE events PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD FreeBSD XML Database for Events//EN"
+ "http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/www/share/xml/events.dtd">
+<!--
+ Events which might be interesting for FreeBSD users.
+
+ Please sort the events by start date, with recent events earlier in the file.
+-->
+
+<events xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude">
+ <cvs:keyword xmlns:cvs="http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/CVS">
+ $FreeBSD$
+ </cvs:keyword>
+
+ <xi:include
+ href="http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/www/share/xml/events2013.xml"
+ xpointer="xpointer(//event)" />
+
+ <xi:include
+ href="http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/www/share/xml/events2012.xml"
+ xpointer="xpointer(//event)" />
+
+ <xi:include
+ href="http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/www/share/xml/events2011.xml"
+ xpointer="xpointer(//event)" />
+
+ <xi:include
+ href="http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/www/share/xml/events2010.xml"
+ xpointer="xpointer(//event)" />
+
+ <xi:include
+ href="http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/www/share/xml/events2009.xml"
+ xpointer="xpointer(//event)" />
+
+ <xi:include
+ href="http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/www/share/xml/events2008.xml"
+ xpointer="xpointer(//event)" />
+
+ <xi:include
+ href="http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/www/share/xml/events2007.xml"
+ xpointer="xpointer(//event)" />
+
+ <xi:include
+ href="http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/www/share/xml/events2006.xml"
+ xpointer="xpointer(//event)" />
+
+ <xi:include
+ href="http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/www/share/xml/events2005.xml"
+ xpointer="xpointer(//event)" />
+
+ <xi:include
+ href="http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/www/share/xml/events2004.xml"
+ xpointer="xpointer(//event)" />
+
+ <xi:include
+ href="http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/www/share/xml/events2003.xml"
+ xpointer="xpointer(//event)" />
+</events>
diff --git a/share/xml/events2003.xml b/share/xml/events2003.xml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..ee07375fdf
--- /dev/null
+++ b/share/xml/events2003.xml
@@ -0,0 +1,251 @@
+<?xml version="1.0"?>
+<!DOCTYPE events PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD FreeBSD XML Database for Events//EN"
+ "http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/www/share/xml/events.dtd">
+<!--
+ Events which might be interesting for FreeBSD users.
+
+ Please sort the events by start date, with recent events earlier in the file.
+-->
+
+<events>
+ <cvs:keyword xmlns:cvs="http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/CVS">
+ $FreeBSD$
+ </cvs:keyword>
+
+ <event id="ccc-20">
+ <name>20. Chaos Communication Congress</name>
+ <url>http://www.ccc.de/congress/2003/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2003</year>
+ <month>12</month>
+ <day>27</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2003</year>
+ <month>12</month>
+ <day>29</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="DE">Germany</country>
+ <city>Berlin</city>
+ <site>Berliner Congress Center</site>
+ <address>Alexanderplatz 2</address>
+ </location>
+ <description>The Chaos Communication Congress is a three-day
+ conference on technology, society and utopia. FreeBSD will
+ be present with a booth. If you are interested in helping
+ out, please contact <a
+ href="mailto:brueffer@FreeBSD.org">Christian Brueffer</a>.
+ </description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="bsdcon-brasil-2003">
+ <name>BSDCon Brasil</name>
+ <url>http://bsdcon.myfreebsd.com.br/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2003</year>
+ <month>12</month>
+ <day>6</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2003</year>
+ <month>12</month>
+ <day>7</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="BR">Brazil</country>
+ <city>Rio de Janeiro</city>
+ </location>
+ <description>This is the first edition of BSDCon Brasil. BSDCon
+ Brasil is being promoted and organized by a pool of corporations
+ connected with the BSD community. There will be two intensive days
+ of workshops, presentations and mini-tutorials related to BSD at
+ large.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="bsdlinuxday-2003">
+ <name>BSD/Linux Day</name>
+ <url>http://www.jus.or.jp/events/bsd-linux-day/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2003</year>
+ <month>12</month>
+ <day>2</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2003</year>
+ <month>12</month>
+ <day>2</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="JP">Japan</country>
+ <city>Yokohama</city>
+ </location>
+ <description>During the InternetWeek 2003 Conference, which takes
+ place in Yokohama, between December 2nd and 5th, there will be a
+ BSD/Linux Day, organized by the Japan Unix Society.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="sf10yearparty">
+ <name>FreeBSD 10 Year Anniversary Party</name>
+ <url>http://www.offmyserver.com/cgi-bin/store/rsvp.html</url>
+
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2003</year>
+ <month>11</month>
+ <day>24</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2003</year>
+ <month>11</month>
+ <day>24</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="US">USA</country>
+ <city>San Francisco</city>
+ <site>DNA Lounge</site>
+ <address>www.dnalounge.com</address>
+ </location>
+
+ <description>Join us Monday November 24th to celebrate 10 years of
+ FreeBSD! Please RSVP <a
+ href="http://www.offmyserver.com/cgi-bin/store/rsvp.html">here</a>
+ so we can order enough food and drink for everyone.</description>
+
+ <link type="photos">
+ <name>Photos by Matt Dillon</name>
+ <url>http://apollo.backplane.com/pics.bsdparty/</url>
+ </link>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="scale-2003">
+ <name>SCALE: Southern California Linux Expo 2003</name>
+ <url>http://www.socallinuxexpo.com/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2003</year>
+ <month>11</month>
+ <day>22</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2003</year>
+ <month>11</month>
+ <day>22</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="US">USA</country>
+ <state>California</state>
+ <city>Los Angeles</city>
+ <site>Los Angeles Convention Center</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>The Second Annual Southern California Linux Expo.
+ FreeBSD will be present and handing out promotional
+ material.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="linuxday-5">
+ <name>5. Linuxday Vorarlberg</name>
+ <url>http://www.linuxday.at/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2003</year>
+ <month>11</month>
+ <day>15</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2003</year>
+ <month>11</month>
+ <day>15</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="AT">Austria</country>
+ <city>Dornbirn</city>
+ <site>HTL Dornbirn</site>
+ <address>H&#246;chsterstrasse 73</address>
+ </location>
+ <description>The Linuxday in Vorarlberg is an event where
+ people from opensource projects present their efforts to
+ the community. Entrance is free of charge. There will also be
+ a talk about FreeBSD.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="bsdcon-japan-2003">
+ <name>BSDCon Japan 2003</name>
+ <url>http://bsdcon.jp/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2003</year>
+ <month>10</month>
+ <day>18</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2003</year>
+ <month>10</month>
+ <day>18</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="JP">Japan</country>
+ <city>Tokyo</city>
+ <site>BIZ Shinjuku</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>BSD Conference Japan 2003, the second conference
+ concerning *BSD in Japan, was held in Tokyo on October 18th, 2003.
+ There were about 170 attendees. It had two parallel
+ sessions (general and technical), and
+ four technical papers and twelve work-in-progress style talks
+ were presented during the conference.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="linux-kongress-03">
+ <name>Linux-Kongress 2003</name>
+ <url>http://www.linux-kongress.org/2003/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2003</year>
+ <month>10</month>
+ <day>14</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2003</year>
+ <month>10</month>
+ <day>16</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="DE">Germany</country>
+ <city>Saarbr&#252;cken</city>
+ <site>University of the Saarland</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>FreeBSD will be present with a booth at the Linux-Kongress,
+ probably Europe's best known Linux developer conference. We will
+ answer questions, show you the system and sell some FreeBSD
+ merchandising.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="bsdcon-03">
+ <name>BSDCon '03</name>
+ <url>http://www.usenix.org/events/bsdcon03/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2003</year>
+ <month>9</month>
+ <day>8</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2003</year>
+ <month>9</month>
+ <day>12</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="US">USA</country>
+ <state>California</state>
+ <city>San Mateo</city>
+ </location>
+ <description>For the fourth time, the main BSD Event, BSDCon is
+ happening. Two days of tutorials will precede two and a half
+ days of technical sessions. An opportunity for people of all
+ experience levels to learn from BSD experts, professionals with
+ real world experience, and industry leaders.</description>
+ <link type="notes">
+ <name>FreeBSD Developer Summit notes</name>
+ <url type="freebsd-website">/events/2003/bsdcon-devsummit.html</url>
+ </link>
+ <link type="photos">
+ <name>BSDCon 2003 Photos by Matt Dillon</name>
+ <url>http://apollo.backplane.com/BSDCON2003/</url>
+ </link>
+ </event>
+</events>
diff --git a/share/xml/events2004.xml b/share/xml/events2004.xml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..f3b5836899
--- /dev/null
+++ b/share/xml/events2004.xml
@@ -0,0 +1,451 @@
+<?xml version="1.0"?>
+<!DOCTYPE events PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD FreeBSD XML Database for Events//EN"
+ "http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/www/share/xml/events.dtd">
+<!--
+ Events which might be interesting for FreeBSD users.
+
+ Please sort the events by start date, with recent events earlier in the file.
+-->
+
+<events>
+ <cvs:keyword xmlns:cvs="http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/CVS">
+ $FreeBSD$
+ </cvs:keyword>
+
+ <event id="ccc-21">
+ <name>21. Chaos Communication Congress</name>
+ <url>http://www.ccc.de/congress/2004/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>12</month>
+ <day>27</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>12</month>
+ <day>29</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="DE">Germany</country>
+ <city>Berlin</city>
+ <site>Berliner Congress Center</site>
+ <address>Alexanderplatz 2</address>
+ </location>
+ <description>The Chaos Communication Congress is a three-day
+ conference on technology, society and utopia. FreeBSD will
+ be present with a booth. If you are interested in helping
+ out, please contact <a
+ href="mailto:brueffer@FreeBSD.org">Christian Brueffer</a>.
+ </description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="enderunix-04">
+ <name>Free Software Development and the FreeBSD Operating System</name>
+ <url>http://www.enderunix.org/events/metu2004</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>12</month>
+ <day>10</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>12</month>
+ <day>10</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="TR">Turkey</country>
+ <city>Ankara</city>
+ <site>ODTU Culture and Congress Center</site>
+ <address>Saloon D</address>
+ </location>
+
+ <description>This conference is organized with the cooperation of
+ the EnderUNIX Software Development Team and the Middle East
+ Technical University Computer Center. The conference will be a
+ one-day event and the official language for the conference is
+ Turkish. For more information and a schedule of talks, please
+ see the website.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="eurobsdcon-2004">
+ <name>EuroBSDCon 2004</name>
+ <url>http://2004.eurobsdcon.org/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>10</month>
+ <day>29</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>10</month>
+ <day>31</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="DE">Germany</country>
+ <city>Karlsruhe</city>
+ <site>Queens Hotel Karlsruhe</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>The third annual European BSD Conference. It is
+ oriented to developers and users of all BSD flavors, including
+ FreeBSD of course.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="bsdcon-japan-2004">
+ <name>BSDCon Japan 2004</name>
+ <url>http://bsdcon.jp/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>10</month>
+ <day>23</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>10</month>
+ <day>23</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="JP">Japan</country>
+ <city>Osaka</city>
+ <site>Business Innovation Center Osaka</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>BSD Conference Japan 2004, the third conference
+ concerning *BSD in Japan, will be held in Osaka on October 23th, 2004.
+ Furthermore, <a href="http://k-of.jp/">Kansai Open Source 2004</a>
+ and <a href="http://kessen.k-of.jp/">Kansai Community Contest</a>
+ will be held in the same place also.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="systems-2004">
+ <name>Systems 2004</name>
+ <url>http://www.systems.de/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>10</month>
+ <day>18</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>10</month>
+ <day>22</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="DE">Germany</country>
+ <city>Munich</city>
+ <site>New Munich Trade Fair Centre</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>Systems is a trade fair for IT, media and communications.
+ There will be a combined BSD booth. If you are interested in helping,
+ please contact <a href="mailto:dan@deam.org">Daniel Ettle</a>.
+ </description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="guficon5">
+ <name>Italian FreeBSD User Group (GUFI) Conference 2004</name>
+ <url>http://www.gufi.org/guficon5/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>10</month>
+ <day>2</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>10</month>
+ <day>3</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="IT">Italy</country>
+ <city>Milan</city>
+ </location>
+ <description>The Italian FreeBSD User Group (GUFI) Conference.
+ Information available (in Italian) from the conference
+ website.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="auug2004">
+ <name>The AUUG'2004 Annual Conference</name>
+ <url>http://www.auug.org.au/events/2004/auug2004/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>9</month>
+ <day>1</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>9</month>
+ <day>3</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="AU">Australia</country>
+ <city>Melbourne</city>
+ </location>
+ <description>AUUG'2004 is the annual technical conference of AUUG,
+ the Australian UNIX and Open Systems User Group. The conference
+ will emphasise issues of identity and authentication on the Internet,
+ along with issues of computer security and anonymity.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="sucon-2004">
+ <name>2nd Swiss Unix Conference</name>
+ <url>http://www.sucon.ch/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>9</month>
+ <day>2</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>9</month>
+ <day>4</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="CH">Switzerland</country>
+ <city>Z&#252;rich</city>
+ </location>
+ <description>SUCON is an emerging conference focused on topics
+ related to the Unix operating system. Our goal is to bring
+ together developers, system administrators and users in the
+ field of Unix to foster projects, ideas and the knowledge of
+ every individual. There will also be some speeches related to
+ FreeBSD. If you want to join the FreeBSD booth, contact
+ <a href="mailto:josef@FreeBSD.org">Josef El-Rayes</a>.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="linuxexpocn-2004">
+ <name>Linux Expo Shanghai</name>
+ <url>http://www.linuxexposhanghai.com/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>9</month>
+ <day>9</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>9</month>
+ <day>10</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="CN">China</country>
+ <city>Shanghai</city>
+ </location>
+
+ <description>Linux Expo Shanghai is the biggest Linux/Open Source
+ conference in Shanghai this summer. <a
+ href="mailto:murray@FreeBSD.org">Murray Stokely</a> and members
+ of the <a href="http://www.freebsdchina.org">FreeBSD China</a>
+ group will have a booth there both days.</description>
+
+ <link type="photos">
+ <name>Photos by Murray Stokely, Yarshure, and Hylu (FreeBSD China)</name>
+ <url>http://www.stokely.org/20040910-shanghai-linuxexpo/</url>
+ </link>
+
+ <link type="other">
+ <name>Slides from Murray Stokely's talk</name>
+ <url>http://people.FreeBSD.org/~murray/</url>
+ </link>
+
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="usenix-2004">
+ <name>2004 USENIX Annual Technical Conference</name>
+ <url>http://www.usenix.org/events/usenix04/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>6</month>
+ <day>27</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>7</month>
+ <day>2</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="US">USA</country>
+ <state>Massachusetts</state>
+ <city>Boston</city>
+ </location>
+ <description>The 2004 USENIX ATC will have <a
+ href="http://www.usenix.org/events/usenix04/freenix.html">FREENIX</a>
+ and general refereed paper session, along with new <a
+ href="http://www.usenix.org/events/usenix04/usebsd.html">UseBSD</a>
+ Special Interest Group Sessions. There will not be a separate
+ Usenix-sponsored BSDCon in the U.S. in 2004, so this is THE big
+ conference of the year for BSD enthusiasts in the
+ U.S.</description>
+
+ <link type="photos">
+ <name>Photos by Matt Dillon</name>
+ <url>http://apollo.backplane.com/USENIX2004/</url>
+ </link>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="linuxtag04">
+ <name>Linuxtag 2004</name>
+ <url>http://www.linuxtag.org/2004/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>6</month>
+ <day>23</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>6</month>
+ <day>26</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="DE">Germany</country>
+ <city>Karlsruhe</city>
+ <site>Kongresszentrum</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>The Linuxtag is one of Europe's biggest Linux and Open Source
+ related tradeshows and conferences. As in previous years, FreeBSD will be
+ present with a booth.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="linuxwochen04">
+ <name>Linuxwochen Wien</name>
+ <url>http://www.linuxwochen.at</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>5</month>
+ <day>26</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>5</month>
+ <day>29</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="AT">Austria</country>
+ <city>Vienna</city>
+ <site>Museumsquartier, A-1070 Wien Museumsplatz 1</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>Linuxwochen is an annual roadshow of open source
+ conferences, which take place in all major cities in Austria.
+ Vienna is the biggest event. There will be a FreeBSD speech and
+ a booth by <a href="mailto:josef@FreeBSD.org">Josef El-Rayes</a>.
+ </description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="bsdcan-2004">
+ <name>BSDCan</name>
+ <url>http://www.bsdcan.org/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>5</month>
+ <day>13</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>5</month>
+ <day>15</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="CA">Canada</country>
+ <city>Ottawa</city>
+ <site>University of Ottawa</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>BSDCan is a developers conference with a strong focus
+ on emerging technologies, research projects, and works in
+ progress. It also features Userland infrastructure projects and
+ invite contribution from both free software developers and those
+ from commercial vendors.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="asia-bsdcon-2004">
+ <name>Asia BSDCon 2004</name>
+ <url>http://www.asiabsdcon.org/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>3</month>
+ <day>12</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>3</month>
+ <day>15</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="TW">Taiwan (ROC)</country>
+ <city>Taipei</city>
+ <site>Academica Sinica</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>The first BSDCon held in Asia, and sponsored by <a
+ href="http://www.usenix.org/">USENIX Association</a>. Two days
+ of tutorials will precede two days of technical sessions and a
+ vendor exhibit.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="linuxforum-2004">
+ <name>LinuxForum 2004</name>
+ <url>http://www.linuxforum.dk/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>3</month>
+ <day>5</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>3</month>
+ <day>6</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="DK">Denmark</country>
+ <city>Copenhagen</city>
+ <site>Symbion</site>
+ <address>Fruebjergvej 3</address>
+ </location>
+ <description>Annual Danish Open Source conference. The Danish BSD
+ user group <a href="http://www.bsd-dk.dk">BSD-DK</a> will present
+ the BSD's.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="fosdem-2004">
+ <name>Fosdem 2004</name>
+ <url>http://www.fosdem.org/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>2</month>
+ <day>21</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>2</month>
+ <day>22</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="BE">Belgium</country>
+ <city>Brussels</city>
+ <site>Universite Libre de Bruxelles</site>
+ <address>Avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt 50</address>
+ </location>
+ <description>A 2 day event to promote the widespread use of Free
+ and Open Source software. Among the projects present at the event
+ will be Mozilla, KDE and, of course, FreeBSD.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="linuxexpofr-2004">
+ <name>Solutions Linux 2004</name>
+ <url>http://www.linuxsolutions.fr/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>2</month>
+ <day>3</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2004</year>
+ <month>2</month>
+ <day>5</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="FR">France</country>
+ <city>Paris</city>
+ <site>CNIT</site>
+ <address>La Defense</address>
+ </location>
+ <description>A 3 day event to promote GNU/Linux and Open Source software.
+ <a href="http://www.FreeBSD-fr.ORG">French FreeBSD User Group</a>
+ will be present in the Association Village to promote FreeBSD
+ of course !</description>
+ </event>
+</events>
diff --git a/share/xml/events2005.xml b/share/xml/events2005.xml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..508bab3415
--- /dev/null
+++ b/share/xml/events2005.xml
@@ -0,0 +1,441 @@
+<?xml version="1.0"?>
+<!DOCTYPE events PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD FreeBSD XML Database for Events//EN"
+ "http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/www/share/xml/events.dtd">
+<!--
+ Events which might be interesting for FreeBSD users.
+
+ Please sort the events by start date, with recent events earlier in the file.
+-->
+
+<events>
+ <cvs:keyword xmlns:cvs="http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/CVS">
+ $FreeBSD$
+ </cvs:keyword>
+
+ <event id="guficon-6">
+ <name>GUFICon #6</name>
+ <url>http://www.gufi.org/guficon/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>12</month>
+ <day>3</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>12</month>
+ <day>4</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="IT">Italy</country>
+ <city>Perugia</city>
+ </location>
+
+ <description>The Italian FreeBSD users group (G.U.F.I. - Gruppo
+ Utenti FreeBSD Italia) is proud to announce the 6th annual
+ GUFICon. It will be held in Perugia, Italy on December 3-4,
+ 2005. As always, GUFICon is free and open to all. Members of
+ the Italian FreeBSD community as well as special international
+ guests such as Greg Lehey and George Georgalis will present on
+ many technical themes. See the website for more information and
+ free registration.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="eurobsdcon-2005">
+ <name>EuroBSDCon 2005</name>
+ <url>http://2005.eurobsdcon.org/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>11</month>
+ <day>25</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>11</month>
+ <day>27</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="CH">Switzerland</country>
+ <city>Basel</city>
+ <site>University of Basel</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>The fourth annual European BSD Conference. It is
+ oriented to developers and users of all BSD flavors, including
+ FreeBSD of course.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="usenix-baysug-2005">
+ <name>USENIX Bay Area Super User Group Meeting (BaySUG '05)</name>
+ <url>http://www.usenix.org/events/baysug05/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>11</month>
+ <day>12</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>11</month>
+ <day>12</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="US">USA</country>
+ <city>Mountain View, CA</city>
+ <site>Computer History Museum</site>
+ </location>
+
+ <description>Join USENIX and BayLISA for the first Bay Area Super
+ User Group Meeting (BaySUG '05) followed by a reception hosted
+ by Google. We're looking for more FreeBSD representation.
+ Please contact <a href="mailto:murray@FreeBSD.org">Murray
+ Stokely</a> if you are interested in discussing and promoting
+ FreeBSD at the event.</description>
+
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="freebsd-korea-2005">
+ <name>Korean FreeBSD users group Conference 2005</name>
+ <url>http://seminar.freebsdcity.org</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>10</month>
+ <day>29</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>10</month>
+ <day>29</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="KP">Korea</country>
+ <city>Seoul</city>
+ <site>HP Korea Conference Room 20th floor</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>A Conference for Everyone Who is interested in
+ FreeBSD in Korea.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="euro-oscon-2005">
+ <name>O'Reilly European Open Source Convention</name>
+ <url>http://conferences.oreillynet.com/eurooscon/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>10</month>
+ <day>17</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>10</month>
+ <day>20</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="NL">The Netherlands</country>
+ <city>Amsterdam</city>
+ <site>NH Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky</site>
+ </location>
+
+ <description>The popular O'Reilly Open Source Conference is coming
+ to Europe in October. There will be FreeBSD related talks, BoF
+ sessions, and opportunities for general advocacy.</description>
+
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="nycbsdcon-2005">
+ <name>New York City BSD Conference (NYCBSDCon)</name>
+ <url>http://www.nycbsdcon.org/2005/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>9</month>
+ <day>17</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>9</month>
+ <day>17</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="US">USA</country>
+ <city>New York City</city>
+ <site>Columbia University</site>
+ </location>
+
+ <description>New York City BSD Conference (NYCBSDCon) is a one day
+ technical conference hosted by the New York City <a
+ href="http://www.nycbug.org">*BSD User Group</a>. The all day
+ conference will include a variety of speakers representing the
+ BSD projects and the open source community.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="oscon-2005">
+ <name>O'Reilly Open Source Conference 2005</name>
+ <url>http://conferences.oreillynet.com/os2005/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>8</month>
+ <day>1</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>8</month>
+ <day>5</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="US">USA</country>
+ <city>Portland, Oregon</city>
+ <site>Oregon Convention Center</site>
+ </location>
+
+ <description>The annual O'Reilly Open Source Conference had a
+ larger BSD presence this year. Matt Olander, Dru Lavigne, and
+ others helped spread the word about FreeBSD. A press release
+ about the advocacy effort is available <a
+ href="http://www.offmyserver.com/cgi-bin/store/news/oscon_080505.html">here</a>.
+ </description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="bsdcon-japan-2005">
+ <name>BSDCon Japan 2005</name>
+ <url>http://bsdcon.jp/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>7</month>
+ <day>23</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>7</month>
+ <day>23</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="JP">Japan</country>
+ <city>Nagoya</city>
+ <site>NADYA PARK</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>BSD Conference Japan 2005, the fourth conference
+ concerning *BSD in Japan, will be held in Nagoya
+ on July 23th, 2005.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="linuxtag-2005">
+ <name>Linuxtag 2005</name>
+ <url>http://www.linuxtag.org/2005/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>6</month>
+ <day>22</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>6</month>
+ <day>25</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="DE">Germany</country>
+ <city>Karlsruhe</city>
+ <site>Kongresszentrum</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>The Linuxtag is one of Europe's biggest Linux and Open Source
+ related tradeshows and conferences. As in previous years, FreeBSD will be
+ present with a booth.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="meetbsd-2005">
+ <name>MeetBSD 2005</name>
+ <url>http://2005.meetbsd.org/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>6</month>
+ <day>17</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>6</month>
+ <day>19</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="PL">Poland</country>
+ <city>Krak&#243;w</city>
+ <site>Hotel Chopin</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>The second annual MeetBSD conference will be held in
+ Poland to bring together BSD experts from around Europe.
+ Poul-Henning Kamp and others will be presenting on FreeBSD
+ topics.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="bsdcan-2005">
+ <name>BSDCan 2005</name>
+ <url>http://www.bsdcan.org/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>5</month>
+ <day>13</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>5</month>
+ <day>14</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="CA">Canada</country>
+ <city>Ottawa</city>
+ <site>University of Ottawa</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>BSDCan is a developers conference with a strong focus
+ on emerging technologies, research projects, and works in
+ progress. It also features Userland infrastructure projects and
+ invite contribution from both free software developers and those
+ from commercial vendors.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="osf-russia-2005">
+ <name>Open Source Forum Russia 2005</name>
+ <url>http://www.opensource-forum.ru/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>4</month>
+ <day>27</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>4</month>
+ <day>29</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="RU">Russia</country>
+ <city>Moscow</city>
+ <site>Radisson SAS Hotel</site>
+ </location>
+
+ <description>Open Source Forum Russia is the first conference and
+ exhibition which will bring together Russian, American and
+ European leaders of the OS industry, customers interested in
+ using reliable and efficient Linux-based technologies and IT
+ companies which intend developing business on the base of Open
+ Source. <a
+ href="mailto:murray@FreeBSD.org">Murray Stokely</a> will present
+ on the subject of FreeBSD Release Engineering and the Business
+ Case for BSD.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="usenix-2005">
+ <name>2005 USENIX Annual Technical Conference</name>
+ <url>http://www.usenix.org/events/usenix05/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>4</month>
+ <day>10</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>4</month>
+ <day>15</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="US">USA</country>
+ <state>California</state>
+ <city>Anaheim</city>
+ </location>
+ <description>The 2005 USENIX ATC will have FREENIX and general
+ refereed paper sessions. This is THE big conference of the year
+ for BSD enthusiasts in the U.S.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="linuxforum-2005">
+ <name>LinuxForum 2005</name>
+ <url>http://www.linuxforum.dk/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>3</month>
+ <day>4</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>3</month>
+ <day>5</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="DK">Denmark</country>
+ <city>Copenhagen</city>
+ <site>Kunstakademiets Arkitektskole</site>
+ <address>Philip de Langes All&#233;</address>
+ </location>
+ <description>Annual Danish Open Source conference. The Danish BSD
+ user group <a href="http://www.bsd-dk.dk">BSD-DK</a> will present
+ the BSD's.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="fosdem-2005">
+ <name>Fosdem 2005</name>
+ <url>http://www.fosdem.org/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>2</month>
+ <day>26</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>2</month>
+ <day>27</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="BE">Belgium</country>
+ <city>Brussels</city>
+ <site>Universite Libre de Bruxelles</site>
+ <address>Avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt 50</address>
+ </location>
+ <description>A 2 day event to promote the widespread use of Free
+ and Open Source software. Among the projects present at the event
+ will be Mozilla, KDE and, of course, FreeBSD.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="ffg-2005">
+ <name>GUUG-Fr&#252;hjahrsfachgespr&#228;ch 2005</name>
+ <url>http://www.guug.de/veranstaltungen/ffg2005/index.html</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>2</month>
+ <day>22</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>2</month>
+ <day>25</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="DE">Germany</country>
+ <city>Munich</city>
+ <site>Munich University of Applied Sciences</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>
+ The Fr&#252;hjahrsfachgespr&#228;ch is an annual event on
+ practical Linux/UNIX topics. Most of the talks are in
+ german, among them a talk about FreeBSD Filesystem Snapshots
+ by Dirk Meyer &lt;dinoex@FreeBSD.org&gt;.
+ </description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="scale-2005">
+ <name>SCALE: Southern California Linux Expo 2005</name>
+ <url>http://www.socallinuxexpo.org/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>2</month>
+ <day>12</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2005</year>
+ <month>2</month>
+ <day>13</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="US">USA</country>
+ <state>California</state>
+ <city>Los Angeles</city>
+ <site>Los Angeles Convention Center</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>The third Southern California Linux Expo will have
+ an <a href="http://www.socallinuxexpo.org/exhibitions/freebsd.php">
+ exhibition booth</a> on FreeBSD. A computer will be available
+ and CDROMs provided by <a href="http://www.freebsdmall.com/">FreeBSD Mall</a>
+ will be handed out.</description>
+ </event>
+</events>
diff --git a/share/xml/events2006.xml b/share/xml/events2006.xml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..3029bfcd7c
--- /dev/null
+++ b/share/xml/events2006.xml
@@ -0,0 +1,503 @@
+<?xml version="1.0"?>
+<!DOCTYPE events PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD FreeBSD XML Database for Events//EN"
+ "http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/www/share/xml/events.dtd">
+<!--
+ Events which might be interesting for FreeBSD users.
+
+ Please sort the events by start date, with recent events earlier in the file.
+-->
+
+<events>
+ <cvs:keyword xmlns:cvs="http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/CVS">
+ $FreeBSD$
+ </cvs:keyword>
+
+ <event id="chilebsdcon-2006">
+ <name>ChileBSDCon 2006</name>
+ <url>http://www.bsd.cl/index.php/BSDCon2006</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>12</month>
+ <day>9</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>12</month>
+ <day>9</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="CL">Chile</country>
+ <city>Santiago</city>
+ <site>Universidad Diego Portales</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>The first BSD related conference in Chile. The objective is
+ to join the developers, users, and BSD sysadmins in Chile to share and
+ interchange ideas, experiences, and knowledge. In addition, it aims to
+ provide a chance to socialize and construct future links to expand the
+ knowledge of the BSD systems. The conference is for anyone developing,
+ administrating, and using systems based on FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD,
+ DragonFlyBSD, and Darwin as well as MacOS X and Solaris.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="lisa-2007">
+ <name>LISA '06</name>
+ <url>http://www.usenix.org/events/lisa06/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>12</month>
+ <day>3</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>12</month>
+ <day>8</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="US">USA</country>
+ <city>Washington, D.C.</city>
+ </location>
+ <description>The annual LISA conference is the meeting place of choice
+ for system, network, database, storage, security, and all other
+ computer-related administrators. Administrators of all specialties
+ and levels of expertise meet at LISA to exchange ideas, sharpen old
+ skills, learn new techniques, debate current issues, and meet
+ colleagues and friends. A BSD booth will be available in the
+ exhibit hall.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="meetbsd-2006">
+ <name>MeetBSD 2006</name>
+ <url>http://2006.meetbsd.org/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>11</month>
+ <day>25</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>11</month>
+ <day>26</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="PL">Poland</country>
+ <city>Warsaw</city>
+ <site>Centrum Konferencyjno-Kongresowe PWSBiA</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>The third annual MeetBSD conference will be held in
+ Poland to bring together BSD experts from around Europe.
+ Several FreeBSD developers will be presenting on FreeBSD
+ topics.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="eurobsdcon-2006">
+ <name>EuroBSDCon 2006</name>
+ <url>http://www.eurobsdcon.org/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>11</month>
+ <day>10</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>11</month>
+ <day>12</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="IT">Italy</country>
+ <city>Milan</city>
+ </location>
+ <description>The fifth annual European BSD Conference. It is
+ oriented to developers and users of all BSD flavors, including
+ FreeBSD of course.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="nycbsdcon-2006">
+ <name>NYCBSDCon 2006</name>
+ <url>http://www.nycbsdcon.org/2006/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>10</month>
+ <day>28</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>10</month>
+ <day>29</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="US">USA</country>
+ <city>New York City</city>
+ <site>Davis Auditorium, Columbia University</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>Continuing on the success of last year, the New York City
+ BSD Conference (NYCBSDCon) is the main technical conference on the
+ East Coast for the BSD community to get together to share and gain
+ knowledge, to network with like-minded people, and to have fun.
+ This event is organized by members of the New York City *BSD Users
+ Group (NYC*BUG).</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="cimm-2006">
+ <name>CIMM 2006</name>
+ <url>http://www.ing.unal.edu.co/eventos/cimm2006/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>9</month>
+ <day>20</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>9</month>
+ <day>22</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="CO">Colombia</country>
+ <city>Bogota</city>
+ <site>Universidad Nacional de Colombia</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>Every two (sometimes three) years the leading Colombian
+ Mechanical Engineering Universities organize a congress. This
+ year the congress will become an international event and will
+ feature an article about free Mechanical Engineering applications
+ recently ported to FreeBSD. Note: the scheduled FreeBSD talk has
+ been canceled but the related paper is available <a
+ href="http://people.freebsd.org/~blackend/misc/CIMM2006-FreeBSD.pdf">here</a>.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="linuxtageinessen-2006">
+ <name>come2linux - Linuxtage in Essen</name>
+ <url>http://www.com2linux.de/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>9</month>
+ <day>9</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>9</month>
+ <day>10</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="DE">Germany</country>
+ <city>Essen</city>
+ <site>Universit&#228;t Duisburg-Essen, Glas-Pavilion</site>
+ <address>Universit&#228;tsstra&#223;e 2</address>
+ </location>
+ <description>Linuxtage in Essen is a two day event on Linux and
+ Free Software in general. There will be workshops, talks, a
+ theme park and room for various projects to present themselves.
+ FreeBSD will be present with a booth as well as several talks.
+ </description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="froscon-2006">
+ <name>FrOSCon 2006</name>
+ <url>http://www.froscon.org/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>6</month>
+ <day>24</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>6</month>
+ <day>25</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="DE">Germany</country>
+ <city>Sankt Augustin</city>
+ <site>Fachhochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg</site>
+ <address>Grantham-Allee 20</address>
+ </location>
+ <description>FrOSCon is a two day conference on Free Software
+ and Open Source, taking place in Sankt Augustin near the cities
+ of Bonn and Cologne. The conference revolves around a rich schedule
+ of talks, highlighting current topics in Free Software and Open Source,
+ including an introductory talk about FreeBSD.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="mckusick-ucb-fall-2006">
+ <name>FreeBSD Kernel Short Course at UC Berkeley Extension</name>
+ <url>http://www.unex.berkeley.edu/cat/course692.html</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>6</month>
+ <day>19</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>6</month>
+ <day>23</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="US">USA</country>
+ <city>Berkeley</city>
+ <site>University of California</site>
+ </location>
+
+ <description>The ``Using the FreeBSD Open-Source Operating
+ System'' course will be taught June 19-23, 2006 as part of the
+ University of California at Berkeley Summer Engineering Program.
+ You can get more information or sign up for the
+ class at: <a
+ href="http://www.unex.berkeley.edu/cat/course692.html">http://www.unex.berkeley.edu/cat/course692.html</a>.</description>
+
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="usenix-2006">
+ <name>2006 USENIX Annual Technical Conference</name>
+ <url>http://www.usenix.org/events/usenix06/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>5</month>
+ <day>30</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>6</month>
+ <day>3</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="US">USA</country>
+ <state>Massachusetts</state>
+ <city>Boston</city>
+ </location>
+ <description>The 2006 USENIX ATC will have FREENIX and general
+ refereed paper sessions. This is THE big conference of the year
+ for BSD enthusiasts in the U.S.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="sane-2006">
+ <name>SANE 2006</name>
+ <url>http://www.sane.nl/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>5</month>
+ <day>15</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>5</month>
+ <day>19</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="NL">The Netherlands</country>
+ <city>Delft</city>
+ <site>Aula Congresscentre</site>
+ </location>
+
+ <description>The SANE conference program is filled with the latest
+ developments in system administration, network engineering,
+ security and open source software. Several prominent FreeBSD
+ team members will be speaking and FreeBSD related papers will be
+ presented.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="bsdcan-2006">
+ <name>BSDCan 2006</name>
+ <url>http://www.bsdcan.org/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>5</month>
+ <day>12</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>5</month>
+ <day>13</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="CA">Canada</country>
+ <city>Ottawa</city>
+ <site>University of Ottawa</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>BSDCan is a developers conference with a strong focus
+ on emerging technologies, research projects, and works in
+ progress. It also features Userland infrastructure projects and
+ invites contributions from both free software developers and those
+ from commercial vendors.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="linuxtag-2006">
+ <name>LinuxTag 2006</name>
+ <url>http://www.linuxtag.org/2006/en/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>5</month>
+ <day>3</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>5</month>
+ <day>6</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="DE">Germany</country>
+ <city>Wiesbaden</city>
+ <site>Rhein-Main-Hallen</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>LinuxTag is Europe's largest event about Free Software,
+ Linux and Open Source. This year there will be the traditional
+ FreeBSD-Booth, some BSD-Talks and maybe BSD-Tutorials. For more
+ information, please see <a
+ href="http://www.AllBSD.de/events/linuxtag/">http://www.AllBSD.de/events/linuxtag/</a>.
+ </description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="ukuug-lisa-2006">
+ <name>UKUUG LISA/Spring Conference 2006</name>
+ <url>http://www.ukuug.org/events/spring2006/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>3</month>
+ <day>22</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>3</month>
+ <day>23</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="UK">UK</country>
+ <city>Durham</city>
+ <site>University of Durham</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>UKUUG's annual Large Installation Systems Administration
+ (LISA) conference will take place in the historic city of Durham on
+ Wednesday 22nd and Thursday 23rd March 2006. This conference is a
+ must-attend event for system and network administrators. As well as
+ the technical talks, the conference provides a friendly environment
+ for members to meet, learn, and enjoy lively debate on a host of
+ subjects. This year, a series of talks on the BSD family of operating
+ systems is also planned to run alongside the main systems
+ administration stream.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="cebit-2006">
+ <name>CeBIT 2006</name>
+ <url>http://www.cebit.de/homepage_e?x=1</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>3</month>
+ <day>9</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>3</month>
+ <day>15</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="DE">Germany</country>
+ <city>Hannover</city>
+ <site>Messegel&#228;nde</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>CeBIT is a large trade fair in Germany. FreeBSD will be
+ present with a booth inside the LinuxPark (hall 5, booth E 56) from
+ March 12-15. For more information, please see <a
+ href="http://www.AllBSD.de/events/cebit/">http://www.AllBSD.de/events/cebit/</a>.
+ </description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="linuxforum-2006">
+ <name>LinuxForum 2006</name>
+ <url>http://linuxforum.dk/2006/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>3</month>
+ <day>3</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>3</month>
+ <day>4</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="DK">Denmark</country>
+ <city>Copenhagen</city>
+ <site>Kunstakademiets Arkitektskole</site>
+ <address>Philip de Langes All&#233;</address>
+ </location>
+ <description>Annual Danish Open Source conference. The Danish BSD
+ user group <a href="http://www.bsd-dk.dk">BSD-DK</a> will present
+ the BSDs. Also, a series of BSD related talks is scheduled.
+ </description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="fosdem-2006">
+ <name>Fosdem 2006</name>
+ <url>http://www.fosdem.org/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>2</month>
+ <day>25</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>2</month>
+ <day>26</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="BE">Belgium</country>
+ <city>Brussels</city>
+ <site>Universite Libre de Bruxelles</site>
+ <address>Avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt 50</address>
+ </location>
+ <description>A 2 day event to promote the widespread use of Free
+ and Open Source software. Several BSD developers, including
+ FreeBSD developers, will be present and give a series of
+ talks.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="mckusick-adv-spring-2006">
+ <name>FreeBSD Kernel Code Reading Evening Course</name>
+ <url>http://www.mckusick.com/courses/adveveclass.html</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>2</month>
+ <day>22</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>6</month>
+ <day>13</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="US">USA</country>
+ <state>California</state>
+ <city>Berkeley</city>
+ </location>
+
+ <description>The ``FreeBSD Kernel Internals: An Intensive Code
+ Walkthrough'' course will be taught during the Spring of 2006. The
+ class will be held at the historic Hillside Club at 2286 Cedar
+ Street, Berkeley, CA 94709 just three blocks north of the Berkeley
+ campus once per week from 6:30PM to 9:45PM starting Wednesday February
+ 22nd and finishing Tuesday June 13th. You can get more
+ information or sign up for the class at <a
+ href="http://www.mckusick.com/courses/adveveclass.html">http://www.mckusick.com/courses/adveveclass.html</a>.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="fsatc-2006">
+ <name>FreeBSD System Administration Training Course</name>
+ <url>http://www.pugetsoundtechnology.com/training/freebsd/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>2</month>
+ <day>7</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2006</year>
+ <month>2</month>
+ <day>10</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="US">USA</country>
+ <state>Texas</state>
+ <city>Fort Worth</city>
+ </location>
+ <description>Four-day hands-on class taught by BSD developer and
+ advocate, Jeremy C. Reed, covers essential FreeBSD and Unix
+ administration skills, including beginning Mail, BIND, and Apache
+ administration.</description>
+ </event>
+</events>
diff --git a/share/xml/events2007.xml b/share/xml/events2007.xml
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+++ b/share/xml/events2007.xml
@@ -0,0 +1,611 @@
+<?xml version="1.0"?>
+<!DOCTYPE events PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD FreeBSD XML Database for Events//EN"
+ "http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/www/share/xml/events.dtd">
+<!--
+ Events which might be interesting for FreeBSD users.
+
+ Please sort the events by start date, with recent events earlier in the file.
+-->
+
+<events>
+ <cvs:keyword xmlns:cvs="http://www.FreeBSD.org/XML/CVS">
+ $FreeBSD$
+ </cvs:keyword>
+
+ <event id="meetbsd-2007">
+ <name>MeetBSD 2007</name>
+ <url>http://2007.meetbsd.org/en/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2007</year>
+ <month>11</month>
+ <day>17</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2007</year>
+ <month>11</month>
+ <day>18</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>
+ <country code="PL">Poland</country>
+ <city>Warsaw</city>
+ <site>Centrum Konferencyjno-Kongresowe PWSBiA</site>
+ </location>
+ <description>The fourth annual MeetBSD conference will be held in
+ Poland to bring together BSD experts from around Europe.
+ Several FreeBSD developers will be presenting on FreeBSD
+ topics.</description>
+ </event>
+
+ <event id="linuxtageinessen-2007">
+ <name>come2linux - LinuxTage in Essen</name>
+ <url>http://www.come2linux.org/psp/</url>
+ <startdate>
+ <year>2007</year>
+ <month>11</month>
+ <day>10</day>
+ </startdate>
+ <enddate>
+ <year>2007</year>
+ <month>11</month>
+ <day>11</day>
+ </enddate>
+ <location>