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NYC LOCAL: Wednesday 1 April 2009 NYCBUG: Brian Cully on Git: A Case Stu
NYC LOCAL: Wednesday 1 April 2009 NYCBUG: Brian Cully on Git: A Case Study In Distributed Version Control
29 Mar 2009 12:33:52 -0400
what="official NYC*BUG announcement, with extra notices below"
personal-note="Traditionally, Unix has
no file versioning system built in.
I recommend git, though I have not
yet found any adequate short
Date: Sat, 28 Mar 2009 19:21:01 -0400
From: NYC*BUG Announcements <email@example.com>
Subject: [announce] NYCBUG Wednesday, April 1 plus BSDCan and BSDCert
Git: A Case Study In Distributed Version Control
Wednesday, April 1 (really :)
6:45 pm, Suspenders Restaurant
Brian Cully will speak on Git: A Case Study In Distributed Version
Control. This talk will go over what distributed version control systems
(dVCS) mean, and how git applies itself to its problems.
bjc has been involved in open source since the mid 90s, contributing to
the BSDs and Linux at various points. He once worked at Panix, and now
works at Junction Networks. Wherever he goes he seems to end up working
on the version control system, and is now using git exclusively.
(pls note later meeting time. We recommend that you arrive early in
event you plan to have dinner)
* * *
BSDCan's (bsdcan.org) preliminary schedule has been released at
Be sure to register at http://www.bsdcan.org/2009/register.php and to
make your travel plans sooner than later!
* * *
A BSD Certification Group Press Release states. . .
March 4, 2009 - Nominations Open for 3 Board of Directors Positions
Press Release English
Nominations Open for 3 Board of Directors Positions
The BSD Certification Group will be accepting nominations for three
Board of Directors positions starting March 4. These positions are for a
two year term starting at the end of the election process. Nominees can
be anyone from the general BSD community as well as any interested
organization or company.
The board of directors will be expanded to five members with Dru Lavigne
and Jim Brown continuing their terms until 2010. Responsibilities may
include participating in monthly meetings and helping set the direction
of the BSD Certification Group.
Nominations may be emailed (firstname.lastname@example.org) until
April 3, 2009. Please consider carbon copying the person being nominated
on the email.
The non-voting chair, Phil Nelson from the NetBSD community, will
acknowledge receipt of each nomination and confirm the nominees. The
names of the confirmed nominees along with the number of nominations
received by each will be published by mid April.
The eligible BSDCG members will hold an internal vote and the public
announcement of the new Directors should be announced by mid May, 2009.
For more details, see the BSDCG bylaws at
About the BSD Certification Group
The BSD Certification Group (BSDCG) at
(http://www.bsdcertification.org/) is a non-profit organization
committed to creating and maintaining a global certification standard
for system administration on BSD based operating systems. The BSDCG
works with the BSD and sysadmin communities in order to provide a
practical and relevant certification.
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Corresponding Secretary LXNY
LXNY is New York's Free Computing Organization.
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