pfSense at Texas Linux Fest 2012

July 15th, 2012 by Chris Buechler

I will be presenting on pfSense 2.1 and IPv6 at Texas Linux Fest, August 3-4 in San Antonio. We’ll also have a table in the exhibition area where I’ll be camped out most of both days talking to users, so if you’re in the area, stop by! Our friends at Netgate are providing an ALIX we’ll be giving away. Look forward to meeting many of you there.

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19 Responses to “pfSense at Texas Linux Fest 2012”

  1. Marco Says:

    Just don’t tell anyone that you’re not Linux and everything will be fine :D

  2. Chris Buechler Says:

    haha I’ll keep that in mind, Marco. :) We’ve done the BSD conference circuit for years, but I’ve started doing some of these Linux Fests in the US and they’ve turned out well. Lots of fans of the project there even if it isn’t Linux. :D

  3. siavash Says:

    Stupid Marco…BSD is actually better than linux.

  4. Steven Miano Says:

    Good luck and have fun over there!

  5. Chris Buechler Says:

    I’m sure he gets that siavash, it was a joke.

  6. nima Says:

    Good Luck Team.

  7. Andrei Rachita Says:

    Does this mean that PFSense 2.1 will be STABLE in August ?

  8. Chris Buechler Says:

    no relation to any release dates.

  9. Dan Lundqvist Says:

    Whish I could.
    But it’s going to be a hefty flight from Sweden to catch that.
    I have to settle to fly up-north to my wife’s parents cottage by the sea. :-)

    //Danne

  10. Chris Buechler Says:

    For those of you in Europe, we’ll be at EuroBSDCon in Warsaw in October doing a full day training session. I’ll post about that once the official schedule is out.

  11. siavash Says:

    What about Asia?

  12. Chris Buechler Says:

    siavash: I may make it to AsiaBSDCon 2013, that remains to be determined.

  13. Paul M Says:

    I hope there will be an announcement soon for a good release candidate that’s sufficient for non-critical installations, I really want IPv6 for our office for testing.

  14. Chris Buechler Says:

    Paul: 2.1 has been sufficient for even critical IPv6 production installs for upwards of a year now.

  15. Derrick Says:

    As probably the biggest fan of pfSense in all of San Antonio, I will surely be there. Look forward to meeting you Chris!

  16. Chris Buechler Says:

    Derrick: Awesome, look forward to meeting you.

  17. Caleb Says:

    What do you mean by “2.1 has been sufficient for even critical IPv6 production installs for upwards of a year now.”?

    Did you mean 2.1, or 2.0.1?

  18. Chris Buechler Says:

    No I mean 2.1, lot of production installs running on it for upwards of a year for IPv6.

    Everyone please take additional off-topic comments to the 2.1 board on forum.pfsense.org.

  19. Tommaso Says:

    Guys,

    can we get any video-slides of the session by any chance ?

Please don’t post technical questions or off-topic comments. It is far more likely that your questions and concerns will be addressed effectively through one of our support channels.

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