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OpenBSD developer Peter Hessler Interviewed for Inaugural Episode of BSD Now
Contributed by tbert on Wed Sep 11 09:05:49 2013 (GMT)
from the the-enemy-of-my-enemy-is-my-friend-and-did-an-interview dept.

A new BSD resource by the name of BSD Now has started up, and our very own Peter Hessler(phessler@) is interviewed in their inaugural podcast about his Using BGP for Realtime import and export of OpenBSD SPAMD entries paper.

You can download the presentation [ video | HD video | mp3 audio | ogg audio ] or watch the embedded version in your browser. Peter's segment begins at approximately 49:00 in the episode, and lasts for around 45 minutes.

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  Re: OpenBSD developer Peter Hessler Interviewed for Inaugural Episode of BSD Now (mod -1/7)
by vvim (unisoftdesign) (undeadly@vvim.de) on Wed Sep 11 20:59:40 2013 (GMT)
  It's great to see the BSDs devs hanging out together :-)
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Re: OpenBSD developer Peter Hessler Interviewed for Inaugural Episode of BSD Now (mod 5/7)
by tbert (tbert) on Thu Sep 12 15:33:28 2013 (GMT)
  > It's great to see the BSDs devs hanging out together :-)

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