[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index][Old Index]
April NYCBUG meeting
So we've discussed having a NetBSD-focused bugfest for the April NYCBUG
I imagine a simple setup: an NBSD developer provides an overview of the
bug-finding at hand, and all attendees bring laptops and do the work
locally or remotely with shell accounts/jails.
A few other NBSD developers should be on-hand to assist attendees.
Multiple discussions have been around pkgsrc. . . it seems like the best
"lowest-common denominator" approach. . . as port-related work is most
likely the most accessible to the non-devs who might be in the room.
Any input on this? Recommendations for content?
Main Index |
Thread Index |