Speaking at BSDCan

Aaron Poffenberger
akp@hypernote.com

My OpenSMTPD tutorial was accepted for BSDCan. I also have two BoF sessions.

Conference dates are June 10 - 11, 2016.

N.B. Tutorials are the two days before, June 8 - 9.

The Tutorial

I don't know yet which day the tutorial is on, but it will be June 8th or 9th.

Once the schedule is up I'll update this article.

OpenSMTPD for the Real World

Abstract

This session is aimed at administrators who can't or won't use 3rd-party mail hosting (and who would?) but still need a reliable, spam- and virus-resistant mail server. A basic knowledge of BSD, smtp and dns is expected and required.

Full description

The session is a hands-on tutorial covering configuration and use of OpenSMTPD as the core of a spam- and virus-resistant mail server.

After this tutorial you will know how:

We'll also look at integration of OpenSMTPD with other spam-fighting services:

If there's time we'll also cover:

Though they will be mentioned, DomainKeys and Sender Policy Framework (SPF) configuration will not be discussed in detail.

The instructor will conduct the tutorial on OpenBSD and will attempt to help students who want to use another BSD platform supported by OpenSMTPD.

The session is aimed primarily at single or low-mail-server-count environments but is open to anyone who wants to learn more about running OpenSMTPD for production mail services.

The BoF Sessions

I don't have any details about BoF scheduling. I'll announce them as I get them.

Haskell/FP

Abstract

Haskell and other functional-language developers and those curious about FP meet to discuss functional programming on BSD.

Full description

Come talk all things Hakell and FP!

Amateur Radio and SDR

Abstract

Amateur radio users and those curious about radio and SDR meet and discuss hardware, software, triumphs and challenges with pursuing the hobby on BSD.

Full description

Come talk all things radio!

Notes

I'll bring several SDR and handheld radios and relate my (very much in progress) experience porting work to get all the best tools on OpenBSD. Who knows. I may even have pkgs to announce or will have already announced them.