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Hackathon in the news!

Contributed by jose on from the support-the-troops dept.

hellsh0k was one of many to write in with this story and link: "Imagine my surprise when I opened my newspaper this morning to find a rather large article about the OpenBSD hackathon, picture included, on the front page of the business section. While the article gets quite a few technical details wrong, I think it is great that OpenBSD is at least getting some sort of media recognition. Also, since the article is from CanWest News Service, there is a good chance that it will run in a lot of Canada's local and regional newspapers.

An online version is available here: Saskatoon Online " The other story people had contributed was this story from Calgary , which covers most of the same material. Looks like an interesting bit of press and some insight into how the hackathon is going.

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  1. By Anonymous Coward () on

    http://www.radioactivetec.com/openbsd/

  2. By Dries Schellekens () on

    Still no pictures of c2k3?

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    1. By Dries Schellekens () on

      hin@ has a place holder for some pictures of C2K3, but no pictures yet.

      http://www.stacken.kth.se/~hin/c2k3/

  3. By toni () on

    What is the Finnish pop group mentioned in the second article?

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    1. By Daniel Hartmeier () daniel@benzedrine.cx on mailto:daniel@benzedrine.cx

      Elškelšiset, see http://www.humppa.com/eng/indexeng.html

      (pictures going online as soon as people get home and can transfer their files)

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  4. By waldo () on

    from the saskatoon article:
    "...created BSD, short for Berkeley Distribution Software."

    uhm...

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