I've been invited to give a talk about NetBSD on Saturday 22nd at the eighth iParty. iParty is a set of FOSS-related activities hold at Castellón de la Plana, Spain, which includes conferences, workshops and competitions.
I'll start with an general introduction to NetBSD to later focus on development issues: how to contribute to the project and what needs to be done; I expect it to be somewhat technical. The reason behind this choice is that Google is preparing the Summer of Code 2006 and it would be really nice to have more students than past year working for NetBSD. The more students available, the higher chance NetBSD gets more work done!
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