BOF

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BOF

/B-O-F/ or /bof/ 1. Birds Of a Feather.

2. Boring Old Fart.
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BOF

(1) (Beginning Of File) The status of a file when it is first opened or when an instruction or command has reset the file pointer. See BOT.

(2) (Birds Of a Feather session) An informal session or presentation. For example, in an IETF BOF, attendees explore a technology to determine if a working group should be established. See Internet Engineering Task Force.
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