September 18, 2001
Recent news from the Hungarian BSD Association
Author: JT Smith
From BSD Today: "We started to organize our things last summer, when Julian Elischer (who spent some months here several times) gave us a lesson on FreeBSD kernel debugging. Our BSD.hu portal started that time. The association was founded in November. Since then, the membership of the local freebsd mailing list has been doubled (~200-250), linux portals have started to carry BSD-specific news and articles, hundreds of BSD CDs have been burnt. Several Hungarian guys appeared in the GNATS database (filling send-pr) or in the ports tree (submitting new ports). Not a big thing in itself, but we're happy to see them."