These photos were taken at the USENIX annual conference [ http://www.usenix.org/publications/library/proceedings/usenix01/ ] in Boston.
A lot of people arrived round the start of the tutorials, but hung around the hallways talking. We arranged a ``BSD couch'' conveniently close to an 802.11b wireless network access point for them to hack.
We needed power for our laptops, of course. Digging under a sofa, this is what we found:
On 26 June was Brian Somers' birthday. Here we are in the bar of the hotel starting the celebration. Brian didn't like being in the limelight, so I gave him a blindfold to keep the light out.
Below, FLTR Robert Watson, Nik Clayton and Doug Rabson.
Michael Wu, Robert Watson.
After that we went to an Indian place somebody had found. The food was not good. Below, <mumble>, Arjan de Vet, <mumble>, Robert Watson.
Below, Doug Rabson, Michael Wu.
Nik Clayton and Philippe Regnauld
Doug Rabson and Greg Lehey
Photos of the conference dinner. The food may have been good, but the queues were so long that I hardly got at the food. I'm glad that I insisted that we have table service at the AUUG annual conference [ http://www.auug.org.au/winter/ ].
Even during the conference dinnner, we couldn't stop people hacking. Here's John Baldwin, otherwise known as BigKnife:
Below, John Baldwin, Jake Burkholder.
Below, John Baldwin, Jake Burkholder, Peter Wemm.
After the conference we kicked on in the bar. I don't know everybody who was there; please contact me [ grog@FreeBSD.org ] if you can help me flesh out the names.
Joe Battle, Luke Mewburn, Herb Peyerl.
Luke Mewburn, Herb Peyerl, Mike Karels, David O'Brien.
On the left, Luke Mewburn, Herb Peyerl, Mike Karels, David O'Brien, Paul Richards.
On the last day of the conference, we held a ``Kernel Summit'' [ http://www.lemis.com/~grog/kernel-summit.html ].
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