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Episode 185: Exit Interview

2017-03-16

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Interview – Kris Moore – kris@trueos.org / @pcbsdKris

  • TrueOS founder, FreeNAS developer, BSD Now co-host

Benedict Reuschling – bcr@freebsd.org / @bsdbcr

  • FreeBSD commiter & FreeBSD Foundation Vice President, BSD Now co-host

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