OpenBSD Journal

BSDCan 2014 Day 2: LibreSSL, mandoc

Contributed by pitrh on from the man man, man! dept.

Day 2 of BSDCan 2014 is in progress, with more news from OpenBSD developers. In addition to the crowd-pleasing LibreSSL talk by Bob Beck (beck@) we covered already, the other OpenBSD item of the day was Ingo Schwarze's presentation on new trends in mandoc. This is certain to make your favorite operating system's documentation even more useable.

There is also a lunchtime OpenBSD, libressl and stuff BOF session that may produce interesting results.

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  1. By phessler (phessler) spambox@theapt.org on why in god's name am I wearing pants?

    > apropos Ev=USER

    WOW. Holy crap, that is awesome.....

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