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Open BSD Release Songs

Every 6 months the OpenBSD project has the pleasure to release our software with artwork and a matching song. Theo and some other developers mutate a theme (from a classical setting, a movie, or some genre) into the fishy world of Puffy, to describe some advance, event or controversy the project went through over the previous six months. To match the art released with the historical CD sets, we joined up with some musicians we know to make at least one song. Be free mp3.

Three audio CDs have been made which contain approximately 5 years of songs each:

6.1: "Winter of 95"

Lyrics by Carson Harding and Theo de Raadt at the Ship & Anchor. Vocals by Cary Shields. Composition, arrangement, instruments, vocals, and recording by Jonathan Lewis.

6.0: "Another Smash of the Stack"

Lyrics by Todd Miller. Composition, arrangement, instruments, vocals, and recording by Dewi Wood.

6.0: "Black Hat"

Lyrics by Philip Guenther. Composition, arrangement, instruments, vocals and recording by Jonathan Lewis.

6.0: "Money"

Lyrics by Jason B. George. Drums by Cikomo Paul. Bass and vocals by Ulrike Jung. All other instruments, composition, arrangement, and recording by Joerg Jung. Mastering by Lars Neugebauer of adlerhorstaudio.

6.0: "Comfortably Dumb (the misc song)"

Lyrics by Jason George. Composition, arrangement, instruments, vocals, and recording by Dewi Wood.

6.0: "Mother"

Lyrics by Bob Beck. Composition, arrangement, instruments, vocals, and recording by Jonathan Lewis.

6.0: "Goodbye"

Lyrics by Bob Beck. Composition, arrangement, instruments and recording by Jonathan Lewis. Vocals by Theo de Raadt.

6.0: "Wish you were Secure"

Lyrics by Philip Guenther. Vocals by Tierra Watts. Programming, electric bass, electric guitar, and electric violin by Jonathan Lewis.

5.9: "Doctor W^X"

Composition, arrangement, recording by Jonathan Lewis. Instruments by Jonathan Lewis.

5.9: "Systemagic (Anniversary Edition)"

Lyrics based on the 3.1 song "Systemagic" by Ty Semaka. Music rearranged by Timm Markgraf. Performed by Timm Markgraf (vocals, guitar, banjo), Malte Schalk (bass), and Moritz Brümmer (cello). Recorded at Esdenera in Hannover, Germany. Mastered by Arno Jordan at Castle Röhrsdorf near Dresden.

5.8: "20 years ago today"

Lyrics by Todd C. Miller. Composition, arrangement, recording by Jonathan Lewis. Vocals and instruments by Jonathan Lewis.

5.8: "Fanza"

Arrangement, recording and synthesizer design by Alexandre Ratchov, on OpenBSD.

5.8: "So much better"

Lyrics, composition, arrangement, and recording by Joerg Jung. Female vocals by Ulrike Jung. Edited, composed, and arranged on OpenBSD using Audacity, CMU Flite, and Schism Tracker. Mastering by Lars Neugebauer of adlerhorstaudio and Joerg Jung.

5.8: "A Year in the Life"

We've done stuff about LibreSSL before, but this particular song just fit with the release theme. While the lyrics can speak for themselves, "A Year In The Life" is representative of more than just LibreSSL. The pattern of LibreSSL development is a pattern that has repeated itself many times in OpenBSD -- a decision is made by a few people to do something, followed by action, and letting the world share it if they like it (such as with OpenSSH). To the developers actually doing the work, reactions to such efforts can often seem surreal, or irrelevant. The juxtaposition of working on the very real with the surreal going on around you can often make working on such projects feel like you're in a bit of an altered reality.. Sort of like the song. A number of us have had many years like this in the last 20.

Lyrics by Bob Beck. Composition, arrangement, recording by Jonathan Lewis. Vocals and instruments by Jonathan Lewis.

5.7: "Source Fish"

Richie Pollack: vocals and harmonica. Jonathan Lewis: programming, bass, piano, and Hammond B3 organ. André Wickenheiser: trumpet. Lyrics by Bob Kitella. Produced and Recorded by Jonathan Lewis.

5.6: "Ride of the Valkyries"

No one wants to fork an open source project: it's a huge amount of work and isn't efficient in community time, but when you wake up one day and find that a hole in the SSL library you're using made world-wide news, and that the library's bad code style is hiding exploit mitigation countermeasures, then suddenly forking seems critically important. Two months of intense development later, LibreSSL was released.

The bigger questions remain for the open source development community to answer: why did this occur? Why is the OpenSSL code base so hard to understand? Complexity is the enemy of security, so for something whose raison d'être is security, why are secondary goals allowed to endanger the absolute #1 goal? Or has OpenSSL become a brand which allows companies to — on the cheap — meet security "requirements" like FIPS instead of actually being secure?

How important is it for developers and customers to have software where security is the goal? How much are they willing to push back on the OS developers and others to achieve that? Can we set a new, higher bar for best practices that will drive everyone to do more than just posture?

Composed by Richard Wagner in July of 1851. Arranged and performed by Jonathan Lewis.

5.5: "Wrap in Time"

In January of 2038, 32-bit Unix time will overflow and wrap back to 1901. This is known as the Year 2038 problem. POSIX operating systems have made strong inroads into embedded roles, so this is anticipated to be substantially worse than the Y2K transition.

In August of 2012, Philip Guenther started the OpenBSD work to solve this. After a year of work it was ready enough for merging, and in August 2013 the time_t type was changed to int64_t on all platforms and the kernel and userland were adapted to the new situation. The initial work was committed right after OpenBSD 5.4, then polished in tree over the next 6 months.

The next part of the process was to drag the "ports" software ecosystem along because no one else had paved the way for 32-bit machines to run with 64-bit time_t. This required a fair bit of upstream involvement. Thousands of fixes were required to make both 32-bit and 64-bit time work transparently. There will be more fixing in the future, but the concept is proven.

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In the past OpenBSD pushed risky theoretical ideas into mainstream software practice by proving the ecosystem was ready to change. No OS wants to make a ABI jump until the case for change is proven. Stack protection, ASLR, and W^X principles are now in common use by mainline operating systems... because things like Firefox and Postgresql don't break anymore. OpenBSD built that route.

In the same way, the road is paved for the 64-bit time_t transition. Other operating systems can now make this jump.

Lyrics by Bob Beck and Philip Guenther. Vocals by Steve Pineo. Composition, arrangement, recording, and mastering by Jonathan Lewis.

5.4: "Our favorite hacks"

Lyrics by Philip Guenther. Vocals by Allison Lynch. Composition, arrangement, recording, and mastering by Jonathan Lewis.

5.3: "Blade Swimmer"

Lyrics by Theo de Raadt. Composition, arrangement, vocals, recording, and mastering by Bob Kitella.

5.2: "Aquarela do Linux!"

Lyrics by Bob Beck. Music composed and arranged by Jonathan Lewis. Vocals by Doug McKeag. Guitar by Victor Farrell. All other instruments, Jonathan Lewis. Recorded, mixed, and mastered Jonathan Lewis of Moxam Studios.

5.1: "Bug Busters!"

Written and Arranged by Ty Semaka and Jonathan Lewis. Lyrics and Vocals by Ty Semaka (www.tysemaka.com). All instruments programmed by Jonathan Lewis. Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Jonathan Lewis of Moxam Studios (moxam@hotmail.com).

"Shut up and Hack"

"Sonate aux insomniaques"

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This is an extra on "The Songs 4.1 - 5.1" Audio CD.

This is an extra track by audio-subsystem developer Alexandre Ratchov. It has no lyrics. The music is inspired by a poem with the same title and was entirely recorded and mixed using OpenBSD.

5.0: "What Me Worry?"

Written and Arranged by Ty Semaka and Jonathan Lewis. Lyrics and Vocals by Ty Semaka (www.tysemaka.com). Percussion and fuzzy bass guitar by Jonathan Lewis. Electric guitars by Tim Williams (www.cayusemusic.com). Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Jonathan Lewis of Moxam Studios (moxam@hotmail.com).

4.9: "The Answer"

Written and Arranged by Jonathan Lewis. Lyrics and Vocals by Ty Semaka (www.tysemaka.com). Guitar and harmonica by Leslie Alexander (www.lesliealexander.com). Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Jonathan Lewis of Moxam Studios (moxam@hotmail.com).

4.8: "El Puffiachi"

Written and performed by Manuel Jara and Mauricio Moreno of 'Los Morenos'.

4.7: "I'm still here"

Written, arranged, and sung by Bob Kitella. Guitar by Tim Campbell. Keyboard by Bob Kitella and Jonathan Lewis. Bass, additional programming, mixing, and mastering by Jonathan Lewis.

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4.6: "Planet of the Users"

Written and arranged by Ty Semaka and Jonathan Lewis. Lyrics by Ty Semaka. Vocals by Duncan McDonald, bass guitar by Jonathan Lewis, guitars by Russ Broom, drums by John McNeil. Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Jonathan Lewis of Moxam Studios ( moxamstudios@hotmail.com ).

Music written and arranged by Jonathan Lewis. Lyrics by Ty Semaka and Theo de Raadt. Synth, drum and bass programming by Jonathan Lewis, guitar by Russ Broom, vocals by Jonny Sinclair. Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Jonathan Lewis of Moxam Studios ( moxamstudios@hotmail.com ).

4.4: "Trial of the BSD Knights"

Music written and arranged by Jonathan Lewis. Lyrics and vocals by Ty Semaka. Clarinet by Cedric Blary. Alto Sax 1 & 2, Tenor Sax by Lincoln Frey. Drum, Bass, and Steel Drum programming by Jonathan Lewis. Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Jonathan Lewis of Moxam Studios ( moxamstudios@hotmail.com ).

4.3: "Home to Hypocrisy"

Music written and arranged by Jonathan Lewis. Lyrics by Ty Semaka and Nikkos Diochnos. Vocals and bouzouki by Nikkos Diochnos. Baglama, second bouzouki, violin, bass, and drum programming by Stelios Pulos, né Jonathan Lewis. Guitar by Methodios Valtiotis, né Allen Baekeland. Percussion by Pentelis Yiannikopulos, né Ben Johnson. Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Jonathan Lewis of Moxam Studios ( moxamstudios@hotmail.com ).

4.2: "100001 1010101"

Music written and arranged by Jonathan Lewis. Recorded, mixed and mastered by Jonathan Lewis of Moxam Studios ( moxamstudios@hotmail.com ). Vocals by Duncan McDonald (www.thegreatgavalan.com). Drums by John McNeil. Guitar by Jeff Drummond. Bass and keyboards by Jonathan Lewis. Lyrics by Ty Semaka and Theo de Raadt.

4.1: "Puffy Baba and the 40 Vendors"

Recorded, mixed and mastered by Jonathan Lewis of Moxam Studios ( moxamstudios@hotmail.com ). Voice by Richard Sixto. Lyrics by Ty Semaka.

4.0: "OpenVOX"

4.0: "Humppa Negala"

Based on the traditional Jewish song "Hava Nagilah" composed by Anonymous. Section of "Enter The Gladiators" (circus theme) composed by Julius Fučík. Recorded, mixed and mastered by Jonathan Lewis of Moxam Studios ( moxamstudios@hotmail.com ). Accordion, Tuba and drums by Jonathan Lewis. Vocals by Ty Semaka & Jonathan Lewis.

Music composed by Ty Semaka and Jonathan Lewis. Recorded, mixed and mastered by Jonathan Lewis of Moxam Studios ( moxamstudios@hotmail.com ). Vocals and Lyrics by Ty Semaka & Theo de Raadt. Bass guitar, organ and bubbles by Jonathan Lewis. Guitar by Tom Bagley. Drums by Jim Buick.

3.8: "Hackers of the Lost RAID"

Music composed by Ty Semaka and Jonathan Lewis. The Moxam Orchestra programmed and played by Jonathan Lewis. Vocals and Lyrics by Ty Semaka. Drums by Charlie Bullough. Recorded, mixed and mastered by Jonathan Lewis of Moxam Studios ( moxamstudios@hotmail.com ).

3.7: "Wizard of OS"

Lyrics and vocal melody written by Ty Semaka. Main vocals by Jonathan Lewis, sung female vocals by Adele Legere, Puffathy (little girl voice) by Anita Miotti, monkeys and laughing by Ty Semaka, guitar by Reed Shimozawa, drums, bass and all other sounds programmed by Jonathan Lewis. Co-Arranged by Ty Semaka & Jonathan Lewis. Recorded, mixed and mastered by Jonathan Lewis at Moxam Studios ( moxamstudios@hotmail.com ).

3.6: "Pond-erosa Puff (live)"

Vocals, Lyrics, Melody and Co-Arrangement by Ty Semaka - Guitar by Chantal Vitalis - Bass by Jonny Nordstrom - Drums by John McNiel,

Fiddle - Co-Arrangement, Recording, Mixing, Mastering by Jonathan Lewis of Moxam Studios ( moxamstudios@hotmail.com ).

3.5: "CARP License" and "Redundancy must be free"

Tony Binns as the Customer, Peter Rumpel as the Licenser. "Redundancy must be free" song:

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Lead vocal by Peter Rumpel, backing vocals by Jonathan Lewis and Ty Semaka. Piano by Janet Lewis, acoustic guitars by Chantal Vitalis.

Bass and Geddy Lee questioning by Jonathan Lewis. Lyrics by Bob Beck.

3.4: "The Legend of Puffy Hood"

Music, Co-arrangement, Recording, Mixing, Drum Programming, Bass, Organ, and Violin by Jonathan Lewis. Co-Arrangement, Lyrics, and Main Vocals by Ty Semaka. Back-vocals by Bob Beck, Calvin Beck, Theo de Raadt, Alan Kolodziejzyk, Jonathan Lewis & Peter Valchev.

Rap #1 by Richard Sixto. Guitar by Chantal Vitalis.

3.3: "Puff the Barbarian"

Written and arranged by Ty Semaka. Co-arranged, recorded, mixed & mastered by Jonathan Lewis. Vocals by DeVille, guitar by Sean Desmond, bass by Ian Knox, drums by John McNiel, violin by Jonathan Lewis.

3.2: "Goldflipper"

Lyrics by Ty Semaka. Arranged by Ty Semaka & Jonathan Lewis. Base & drum programming, recording, mixing & mastering by Jonathan Lewis. Vocals by Onalea Gilbertson. Sax by Dan Meichel. Trumpet & Trombone by Craig Soby.

3.1: "Systemagic"

Produced & Directed by Ty Semaka and Ian Knox. Written, Arranged and Performed by Ty Semaka (vocals, lyrics), Ian Knox (bass, drum programming), and Sean Desmond (guitar). Recorded & Mixed at Ruffmix Audio Productions (Calgary) by Kelly Mihalicz. Mastered by Jonathan Lewis.

3.0: "E-Railed (OpenBSD Mix)"

By The Plaid Tongued Devils. Produced & Arranged by Ty Semaka & Wynn Gogol. Written & Performed by Gordon Chipp Robb (bass line), John McNiel (drums), Ty Semaka (vocals & lyrics), and Wynn Gogol (programming). Recorded, Mixed & Mastered by Wynn Gogol of Workshop Recording Studios (Victoria BC). Check out http://www.thedevils.com

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