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I've no idea how I got to a Web browser on this food-ordering kiosk, but here I am.

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Now in #OpenBSD manuals :

unveil(2) — unveil parts of a restricted filesystem view


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IT'S IN!!!!! #openbsd #wifi #g2k18 #hackathon

"""Introduce 'auto-join' to the wifi 802.11 stack.

This allows a system to remember which ESSIDs it wants to connect to, any
relevant security configuration, and switch to it when the network we are currently connected to is no longer available.

Works when connecting and switching between WPA2/WPA1/WEP/clear encryptions.

example hostname.if:
join home wpakey password
join work wpakey mekmitasdigoat
join open-lounge
inet6 autoconf

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The BSDCan 2018 charity auction raised USD$100 (roughly CAD$130), CAD$1510 in cash, and $1844.79 via Paypal, for a total of $3484.79. Some of cash includes proceeds from photos with @HenningBrauer wearing his "I <3 systemd" t-shirt.

All proceeds to The Ottawa Mission

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Slides for Ayaka Koshibe (akoshibe@)'s "Mininet on #OpenBSD - Using rdomains for interactive SDN testing and development" talk at #BSDCan 2018: openbsd.org/papers/bsdcan2018-

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Today I was procrastinating ... err, toying around with authenticator and implemented an OATH-compatible login mode for #OpenBSD – RFC 6238 (TOTP) and RFC 4226 (HOTP). github.com/reyk/login_oath/blo

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Bob Beck's pledge/unveil talk is the "but one more thing!" talk that the BSD community deserves.

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It's exciting to hear Bob Beck and Theo De Raadt (in the audience) explain the new unveil call and the reasonings for behavior and why it has landed the way it is landing.

#BSDCan #OpenBSD

might be the largest Mastodon meetup!

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#BSDCan (Tragedy of #SystemD): Such a large amount of change can cause a knee-jerk reaction.

Abuse isn't cool. Lennart has received death threats.

Contempt isn't cool. Mocking SystemD is equally uncool.

We in the BSDs don't really want to bring an attitude of abuse or contempt.

[Personal note: I've received both death threats and mocking from the BSD community for my involvement in #HardenedBSD. It's refreshing to see this kind of conversation from Benno.]