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Old 19th April 2017
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Default Absolute OpenBSD 3rd Edition

Does anyone know if Lucas is working on a 3rd edition of this book? Although I know a lot has remained the same, it's been 4 years since the last version. A refresh would be highly welcomed.
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He's a member here ... but is very rarely online.

To my knowledge -- which comes mostly from Twitter, where he often discusses works in progress -- not currently. His most recent OBSD-related work is on relayd(8) and httpd(8), soon to be published.

You can sign up for his mailing list if you wish to be notified when publications occur, at https://www.michaelwlucas.com/
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Thanks jggimi,

I actually sent him a tweet last night. He responded with 'Maybe, but not soon'', so at least their is some hope.
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