I decided to go to Defcon this year. Finally.
For some 7 years I wanted to go there but never got around to, but this year I am not going to delay it any more. And I will go to the Usenix security symposium. I am quite happy now ;-)
On a side note, I changed my ucspi-tcp IPv6 patch to add the man pages from an earlier version of ucspi-tcp that djb removed for some reason that I don't comprehend. The web is great for a lot of stuff, but it should not be the only source of documentation and the documentation should always also be included with the software package so you can put it on a floppy disk or tape and install it on some standalone machine somewhere remote.
And why do people use info to document smaller packages? Info is great for large monster projects like glibc and gcc, but come one, glibc should come with man pages! Currently, Linux users have to get the man pages from a different source than the libc thus leading to incomplete and partly even wrong documentation coverage.