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vermaden.wordpress.com/2020/04

#verblog #vernews #news #bsd #freebsd #openbsd #netbsd #linux #unix #gcc #truenas #freenas #dragonflybsd #illumos #solaris #arm #amd #epyc #smr #intel

/me is currently playing #whackabug with #firefox on #illumos with what compiler is that browser normally even compiled??? It now fails with -Werror=sign-compare before it complained about a macro type problem.

Jitsi Meet: How many video participants in a single conference room can a self hosted server support? Didn't find a good answer so I tried it out myself:
blog.wirelessmoves.com/2020/03

@astheroth
I don't know if it'd work (on a chromebook), but I just live-booted an **illumos** distro (Hipster) and felt the power surge under the hood. This is software engineering at it's finest, I suspect.
__ZFS, DTRACE, Zones__, etc. tightly integrated into it's core (not grafted on top like in the BSDs.
Absolutely no sysD.
Also not a big community so that reflects in software selection.
RMS would **NOT** approve of this :thinking_rms:
I'm excited!
__Tribblix__ is next upโ€ฆ

@sehnsucht @neb while #FreeBSD is certainly distributed separately I see #Illumos as the base userland collection. I always wondered why the post-Solaris world split into multiple distributions (one might argue BSDs did the same) - it could have been a very powerful offering were it a single system. The only one I have played a bit longer with was #SmartOS, a very compelling system.

@spacekatia

It saddens my heart that more people haven't mentioned this:

Jami (Secure and distributed communication platform) - f-droid.org/app/cx.ring

The first thing I thought of.
Available on Desktop and Laptop, FSF-approved FLOSS.
Peer-to-peer.
+++
jami.net

Hello world!

We're slowly making progress towards our first product. It's a standard 65% PCB with hotswap sockets. It's powered by the open source software QMK and it features a standard ISO-layout to fit as much people as possible.

Our goal is to make custom keyboards easy and available for everyone.

i kinda need help!

i want an encrypted voice and/or video calling application that
- works (at least) on linux and preferrably android
- is reliable
- is floss!

pls boost and say things you think might fit!

Heard of @fdroidorg and still wonder what it is? Here's a 10 minute video on PeerTube you might wish to watch, including some recommended apps you can find on F-Droid:

libre.video/videos/watch/8fa9a

What's the diff between the BSD's and Linux? Dru Lavigne gives a stab at a clear, concise overview for Linux users:

BSD 4 Linux Users October 2009
youtube.com/watch?v=xk6ouxX51N

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