BSD Magazine - A decent read

While looking for an OpenBSD baseball cap on the BSD stalls at FOSDEM I was given a couple of issues of the BSD Magazine to flick through - and it’s a lot better than I’d hoped.

As most of the UK Linux magazines have become very desktop focused it’s nice to see some actual low-level code - packaging for OpenBSD, writing sound drivers for your NetBSD NSLU2, custom Jabber components and basic GDB were all in the two issues I skimmed. While it’s not the dearly departed Sysadmin Magazine, and it could do with an editor or two - much as I could, it is a decent read and I’m considering a subscription.