OpenBSD Journal


Contributed by jose on from the get-togethers dept.

George writes: "

BSDCan's registration is up and operational.

The event will be held from May 13th through the 16th at the University of Ottawa, Canada.

The website includes details on speakers & topics, housing arrangements, etc."

(Comments are closed)

  1. By Sean () on

    If you use the reference code on the website for accomodations at the University you will get a whole 5 cent discount. It's funny AND true!

    1. By Anonymous Coward () on


    2. By Dan Langille () on

      Only 5 cents?

      The refernce code isn't so much for a discount as it is for tracking. If I see that X people booked accomdation on campus in 2004, I can adjust it up or down in 2005. It also helps to negotiate a rate if you know how many people are expected.

      FWIW, the rates on campus are pretty cheap.

  2. By rik () optik at on

    Some reasons I may drive 600 miles to BSDCAN -

    3. Jun-ichiro itojun Hagino - 'BSD and IPv6: security perspective.'

    2. Theo is scheduled to speak on 'Exploit Mitigation Techniques.'

    1. Drinks at local pub.

    Any others from the OBSD camp thinking about going?

    1. By Anonymous Coward () on

      ryan mcbride's also one of OBSD developper who'd gonna present

  3. By Cowards Anonymous () on

    Cool, it's being held at good ol' U of Zero , my alma mater.

    I hope the Royal Oak pub, across the street, is prepared for the influx of thirsty BSD geeks. :-)

  4. By Michael W Lucas () mwlucas at black helicopters org on

    ... an excuse to wear my "Absolut OpenBSD" shirt where someone might actually get the joke!

    1. By Dan Langille () on

      What joke? ;)


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