OpenBSD Journal

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OpenBSD Journal
OpenBSD Journal Logo.jpg
Type of site
Online newspaper
Available in English
Owner Paul de Weerd
Created by Daniel Hartmeier
Website undeadly.org
Alexa rank Negative increase 651798 as of 19 July 2014[1]
Commercial No
Registration Optional
Launched 9 April 2004; 13 years ago (2004-04-09)
Current status Online
Content license
All rights reserved

The OpenBSD Journal is an online newspaper dedicated to coverage of OpenBSD software and related events.

History[edit]

The OpenBSD Journal was founded in 2000 and operated until 1 April 2004 at deadly.org. On 1 April 2004 the editors James Phillips and Jose Nazario announced that the site ceased its operation.[2] Daniel Hartmeier backed up the contents of the journal in order to preserve them.[3] Further investigation to the articles' structure lead to creation of CGI-based engine that would enable access to the deadly.org's content on a backup server. Consequently, the functionality of adding new articles was implemented and the previous editors allowed to re-publish articles. The OpenBSD Journal was therefore reintroduced at undeadly.org on 9 April 2004.[4]

The role in OpenBSD community[edit]

The OpenBSD Journal is widely recognized as a reliable source of OpenBSD-related information.[3][5][6] It is a primary reporter for such events as Hackathons. The site also hosts the OpenBSD developers' blogs.

Editors[edit]

The current editors of OpenBSD Journal are:[4]

  • Janne Johansson
  • Peter Hessler
  • Peter N. M. Hansteen
  • tj
  • grey
  • Nayden Markatchev
  • Ross Richardson

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Undeadly.org Site Info". Alexa Internet. Retrieved 19 July 2014. 
  2. ^ Phillips, James (17 December 2011). "we're done". OpenBSD Journal. Retrieved 1 April 2004. 
  3. ^ a b Artymiak, Jacek (18 April 2004). "The OpenBSD Journal Is Reborn". ONLamp. O'Reilly Media. Retrieved 17 December 2011. 
  4. ^ a b Hartmeier, Daniel. "About OpenBSD Journal". OpenBSD Journal. Retrieved 27 February 2017. 
  5. ^ Hansteen, Peter N. M. (19 November 2010). The Book of PF: A No-Nonsense Guide to the OpenBSD Firewall (2nd ed.). No Starch Press. p. 167. ISBN 978-1-59327-274-6. 
  6. ^ Lucas, Michael (8 June 2003). Absolute OpenBSD: Unix for the practical paranoid. No Starch Press. p. 23. ISBN 978-1-886411-99-9.