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@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ we're getting there.
Anybody out here last year?
-Okay. I gave a really bad talk on pf, so and I
+Okay. I gave a really bad talk on pf, and I
appreciate Bob coming out and correcting me this year.
@@ -49,10 +49,10 @@ But, what is a computer?
It helps users accomplish tasks. What is a user?
-A user is somebody biped like
+A user is somebody biped
-biped that stands up right sort of like me.
+that stands up right sort of like me.
Who am I? My name is Jason Dixon.
@@ -94,7 +94,7 @@ That’s the question I've been asking myself all along.
To talk about why BSD is dying.
-Sex, and greed.
+Sex and greed.
Someone kick these guys out.
@@ -122,7 +122,8 @@ This is a computer. This is also known as a
computer. This is a really big computer.
-This is a fake computer, and sometimes, just can, well, compute
+This is a big big computer, and sometimes,
+it just can, well, compute
But what does a computer really do?
@@ -132,7 +133,7 @@ All right, it helps us write documents,
shopping lists. Sometimes, it can even delete documents.
-It helps us work with emails,
+It helps us work with email,
surf the Web, movies,
@@ -158,7 +159,7 @@ that is the foundation
for kernel, libraries, userland applications,
-otherwise known as operating system.
+otherwise known as an operating system.
@@ -170,12 +171,12 @@ What is a kernel?
It's a wonderful thing, it allows
-The management and processes of memory, peripheral devices,
+The management of processes memory, peripheral devices,
and by extension, allows us to do networking, security,
work with disks and file systems, user interfaces,
+userland applications, like
people can write documents, check email, surf the Web,
@@ -231,10 +232,10 @@ wasn’t. The Multics was a commercial
failure. So, a couple of gentlemen like Ken Thompson and
+Dennis Ritchie were not
-[xx] support, like to play games. They worked at Bell Labs
+[xx] support, liked to play games. They worked at Bell Labs
and they had this game called
@@ -248,7 +249,7 @@ it ran on a PDP-7.
What is an assembly programmer to do when a game
-doesn’t work properly on the star board? He moves
+doesn’t work properly on the star board? He mauls
it. So, in 1969, Ken Thompson
@@ -272,7 +273,7 @@ up to two.
-1970, UNIX was officially known as U-N-I-X
+1970, UNIX was officially known as U-N-I-X Unix
It ran on a PDP1145
@@ -346,7 +347,7 @@ precursor to sendmail, curses, libraries. 1981,
4.1BSD, this one, we are recorded through VAX
-4.1BSD addressed memory performance issues with UNIX on VAX
+addressed a number of memory performance issues with UNIX on VAX
1983, 4.2BSD uses TCP/IP from BBN,
@@ -358,7 +359,7 @@ and also the Berkeley Fast File System from the
gentleman, Kirk McKusick,
-who also brought us the original BSD mascot.
+who also brought us the original Beastie today.
In 1986, 4.3BSD introduced performance improvements
@@ -375,7 +376,7 @@ originally intended to run on the Power 6/32
That platform actually never came to fruition
-but it did allow us to extract some of the
+but it did allow us to abstract some of the
@@ -444,7 +445,7 @@ BSD3, I'm sorry, the 386BSD, which later on became
BSD/OS by BSDI
-Exodus. Back in 1992, a wholly own subsidiary of
+Exodus. Back in 1992, a wholly owned subsidiary of
AT&T called Unix System Laboratories
@@ -472,7 +473,7 @@ code in the
-This was one of their advertising and again, they used
+This was one of their advertising things again, they used
this as the basis for the
@@ -517,7 +518,7 @@ for BSD is that he hinted,
that…actually by this
-point, the lawsuit with California Berkeley had been
+point, the University of California Berkeley had been
also added into the
@@ -565,16 +566,16 @@ the lawsuit was settled out of court
in secret for ten years.
+In 2004, a site Groklaw primarily got
-done with the actual settlement
+what the actual settlement
-was and really sit.
USL, AT&T and
@@ -602,10 +603,10 @@ and became the
-NetBSD, I'm sorry, FreeBSD
+NetBSD, I'm sorry, FreeBSD, it ends right there
FreeBSD, people with background, only different BSDs
@@ -639,13 +640,13 @@ and that’s pretty much what it's known for. To be honest
I mean, I got to admit I'm an Open BSD guy, I was looking for
-a really cool and innovative features in NetBSD and I really
+a really cool and innovative features for NetBSD and I really
couldn’t find any.
-Why am I hanging on this.
+so let them hang their head on this.
@@ -654,15 +655,16 @@ Sorry,
I know people are going to…
-I know the NetBSD is going to get me…I can
+I know the NetBSDers is going to jump me…I can
handle two of you. Okay? And this is
-a list of the platforms that probably
+a list of the hardware platforms that currently supported on
including a toaster.
@@ -688,7 +690,7 @@ And it comes out with a new release every six months,
generally, in May and November
-1st, so if you haven’t already, pick a copy, it just came
+1st, so if you haven’t already, pick a copy, that just came
out of the foil. It's unofficial model is secure by default
@@ -714,7 +716,7 @@ the most obvious example. ProPolice
Some other features that they’d given us through
-the years – PF, authpf, CARP, fsyncd,
+the years – PF, authpf, CARP, pfsyncd,
which I think some of these are probably in the
@@ -727,11 +729,11 @@ FreeBSD 4.8. Again,
-FreeBSD 4.8 and was intended to basically
+forked with FreeBSD 4.8 and was intended to basically
overhaul the SMP features in FreeBSD 6
-and 7,5,6, and 7.
+and 7..5,6, and 7.
DragonFly is another example. If you look at their goals,
@@ -750,13 +752,13 @@ Of course,
Tiger is an old I'm sorry, OSX
-It started from the Jolitz project, but it's sort of a inbred
+It started from the Jolitz project, but it's sort of an inbred
+and then various others spearBSD, ecoBSD
+and other minor BSDs
That is all about, I wanted to cover kind of the present of
@@ -772,7 +774,7 @@ of the project and topic is.
Well, first, because IDC said so.
-Market share for BSD is, right now, all time low, under 1%
+Market share for BSD is, right now, at an all time low, under 1%
And, of course, Netcraft confirms these findings.
@@ -789,24 +791,25 @@ I mean, we can't possibly make
money, so that, obviously, means that
-we're dying. And free software is…
+we're dying. And free software is terrible
-We know how to say this, when we came out.
-Free software equals terrorism.
+We know the insane let me get out.
+Free software equals terrism.
-Our inability to adapt. As you can see by this graph
+Our inability to adapt. As you can see by this graph
Let's be serious here, people.
+As per FreeBSD network pages per hour search
-We see Windows, I mean, the way people. Come on,
-they’ve been doing this for a number of what? 15,
+We see Windows, obviously I mean, they are way ahead people.
+Come on, they’ve been doing this for a number of what? 15,
20 years. Linux is second.
@@ -815,17 +818,18 @@ they’ve been doing this for a number of what? 15,
They actually are showing some.
-We presume that someone is doing office by doing
+We presume that someone is doing authentication
+by reading user pages
The BSD is only for register, so we've got to work
on that, of course
-Loss of talent. Free
+Loss of talent.
-BSD has lost 93% of their core developers.
+FreeBSD has lost 93% of their core developers.
Okay, come on, guys, let's go.
@@ -851,12 +855,11 @@ sponsor, and some other company that didn’t sponsor us
I should just end right there.
+because we're the nearest to them
Seriously, though, the technological challenge that we
@@ -870,13 +873,13 @@ Of course, developers are in the market, so,
if that happens, that
-happens. The end is really, really cool.
+happens. Although the end is really, really cool.
DRM, is obviously evil, yes, I know, I don’t care about
-DRM. Ran out.
+DRM. Run Dell.
@@ -885,10 +888,11 @@ Right?
-No, this has been hard to admit, but I can't beat
+Now, this has been hard to entertain,
+but I can't read this out in front of
binary is bad,
@@ -897,10 +901,10 @@ binary is bad,
don’t do it
-just smoke in the same crack
+just smoke in the same crap
+when it says
@@ -922,7 +926,7 @@ out
-get your files with your supplier,
+get in touch with your supplier,
let's get some documentation to these guys.
@@ -931,7 +935,7 @@ let's get some documentation to these guys.
Because without the
-diversity, we'll have
+diversity, we have