And there it was! All geeks unite! BSD lovers from all over Europe and the rest of the world gathered in Malta to discuss what was going on in the world of FreeBSD, NetBSD, and OpenBSD. The talks where better than ever (only 42 out of 75 submissions made it into the 3 tracks on 2 days).
Most impressive for me was the number of people using NanoBSD as a tool to provide their server, embedded systems, and node installations. But also in-depth discussions of fundamental issues like 64-bit time_t, security technologies, and performance enhancement). And of course the fun talks by the BSD veterans McKusick and phk. All in all a good BSDCOn. See you next year!