What’s it like to integrate an open-source project into a commercial product? What’s it like for a commercial product to contribute back to the open-source community as a whole? This week, Pepijn, Marcus and Tom sit down with Peter Havens from Centrify to talk about how they’re working with the Munki open-source project to contribute code and to benefit from what the community has helped create. A discussion of malware, MDMs, and new Chrome security options follows.
Munki integration announcement for version 17.4
Centrify’s PR to the Munki repo
Getting Started with InstallApplication, DEPNotify & SimpleMDM
Erik Gomez announces Pinterest’s collaboration with Airwatch
Erik Gomez’s Presentation at Macbrained
Chrome 62 to mark more HTTP browsing as “unsecured”
Create custom Adobe packages from the Enterprise console
Apple Watch outselling Microsoft Surface?
Aces Conference in Phoenix, AZ May 31 – June 1
MacDevOps:YVR in Vancouver, Canada Jun 4-6 17
MacDeployment in Calgary, Canada Jun 8-9 17
PSU Mac Admins in State College, PA July 11-14
JNUC in Minneapolis, MN October 24-26
Mac DMV – May 3rd @ Apple Reston
Melbourne Apple Admins – May 4th @ CultureAmp
Mac Admins Monthly – May 9th @ Google New York
Utah Mac Managers Meeting with Jesse Endahl of Fleetsmith – Wed, May, 17th @ 11 AM MDT
Austin Apple Admins – Week of May 15th, looking for speakers, please contact Dr. Emily Kausalik, @emily on Slack.
Leiden, the Netherlands – May 18th – 6 PM
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