EuroBSDCon day 1

Today the “real” con started. The opening talk buy the university host was a bit strange, he tried to link the Unix time line to molecular biology.
Later a guy from ix magazin tried to explain why they don’t publich more *BSD articles and phk told the auditorium what rwatson did in his early days.
In the first slot i went to Adrian Steinmann “Single User Secure Shell”, which is basically a RAMDISK containg an SSH daemon. It was a nice talk, and it might be useful in FreeBSD hosting environments.
Next i will attend the GEOM Hard Disk encryption talk
BTW It looks like IMAPS/POPS is much more common than last year. I haven’t got any useful passwords yet.