Sur le Web, ces 30 derniers jours

jeudi 9 janvier 2020

mercredi 8 janvier 2020

  • Dirk Eddelbuettel: BH 1.72.0-3 on CRAN
    The BH 1.72.0-1 release of BH required one update 1.72.0-2 when I botched a hand-edited path (to comply with the old-school path-length-inside-tar limit). Turns out another issue needed a fix. This release improved on prior ones by starting from a pristine directory. But as a side effect, (...)

  • Steve Kemp: I won't write another email client
    Once upon a time I wrote an email client, in a combination of C++ and Lua. Later I realized it was flawed, and because I hadn't realized that writing email clients is hard I decided to write it anew (again in C++ and Lua). Nowadays I do realize how hard writing email clients is, so (...)

  • Enrico Zini: Checking sphinx code blocks
    I'm too lazy to manually check code blocks in autogenerated sphinx documentation to see if they are valid and reasonably up to date. Doing it automatically feels much more interesting to me: here's how I did it. This is a simple sphinx extension to extract code blocks in a JSON file. (...)

  • Thomas Lange: 20 years of FAI and a new release
    20 years ago, on December 20, 1999 FAI 1.0 was released. Many things have happened since then. Some milestones: 1999: version 1.0 2000: first official Debian package 2001: first detailed user report ("No complete installs. Teething problems.") 2005: Wiki page and IRC 2005: FAI CD 2006: fai (...)

  • Russ Allbery: C TAP Harness 4.6
    C TAP Harness is my test framework for C software packages. This release is mostly a release for my own convenience to pick up the reformatting of the code using clang-format, as mentioned in my previous release of rra-c-util. There are no other user-visible changes in this release. I did do (...)

  • DSA-4599 wordpress
    security update

mardi 7 janvier 2020

lundi 6 janvier 2020

dimanche 5 janvier 2020

  • Michael Prokop: Revisiting 2019
  • Russ Allbery: Term::ANSIColor 5.00
    Term::ANSIColor is the core Perl module that provides functions to change text attributes using ECMA-048 escape sequences. This release adds support for true color (24-bit color), with which I was not previously familiar but which turns out to be widely supported, including by xterm (which (...)

  • Marco d'Itri: Debian support for libxcrypt
    glibc 2.29-7 and libxcrypt 1:4.4.10-10 today entered Debian testing: crypt(3) and the other related library functions in libcrypt from now on will be provided by libxcrypt instead of glibc. After 18 months of packaging work, Debian finally supports modern password hashing methods like (...)

  • Russ Allbery: podlators 4.14
    podlators provides the Pod::Man and Pod::Text conversion modules for Perl. This release is a minor bug-fix release, mostly correcting a test suite problem with old versions of Pod::Simple. The user-visible change is to document that parse_lines and parse_string_document expect raw bytes, not (...)

samedi 4 janvier 2020

  • Shirish Agarwal: Indian Economy, NPR, NRC and Crowd Control Part – II
    Protests and their history A Happy New Year to all. While I would have loved to start on a better note, situations are the way they are. Before starting with the prickly process of NPR, NRC let me just focus on the protests themselves. Now protests either in India or abroad are not a new (...)

  • Iustin Pop: System load and ping latency strangeness
  • Thorsten Alteholz: My Debian Activities in December 2019
    FTP master This month I accepted 450 packages and rejected 61. The overall number of packages that got accepted was 481. Debian LTS This was my sixty sixth month that I did some work for the Debian LTS initiative, started by Raphael Hertzog at Freexian. This month my all in all workload has (...)

  • Jonathan Carter: Free Software Activities (2019-12)
    A lot has happened in Debian recently, I wrote seperate blog entries about that but haven't had the focus to finish them up, maybe I'll do that later this month. In the meantime, here are some uploads I've done during the month of December… Debian packaging work 2019-12-02: Upload (...)

  • Elana Hashman: KubeCon NA 2019 Talk Resources
    At KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2019, I co-presented "Weighing a Cloud: Measuring Your Kubernetes Clusters" with Han Kang. Here's some links and resources related to my talk, for your reference. Weighing a Cloud: Measuring Your Kubernetes Clusters Talk slides (pdf download) Talk (...)

vendredi 3 janvier 2020

jeudi 2 janvier 2020

  • Ben Hutchings: Debian LTS work, December 2019
    I was assigned 16.5 hours of work by Freexian's Debian LTS initiative and carried over 3.75 hours from November. I worked all 20.25 hours this month. I prepared and, after review, released Linux 3.16.79. I rebased the Debian package onto 3.16.79 and sent out a request for testing. I also (...)

  • Jonathan Dowland: Linux Desktop
    Happy New Year! It's been over two years since writing back on the Linux desktop, and I've had this draft blog post describing my desktop setup sitting around for most of that time. I was reminded of it by two things recently: an internal work discussion about "the year of the linux (...)

  • Tim Retout: Blog Posts
  • Sylvain Beucler: Debian LTS and ELTS - December 2019
    Here is my transparent report for my work on the Debian Long Term Support (LTS) and Debian Extended Long Term Support (ELTS), which extend the security support for past Debian releases, as a paid contributor. In December, the monthly sponsored hours were split evenly among contributors (...)

mercredi 1er janvier 2020

  • Russ Allbery: 2019 Book Reading in Review
    In 2019, I finished and reviewed 40 books, the same as in 2018. Technically, I read two more books than 2018, since I've finished two books (one just before midnight) that I've not yet reviewed, but I'll stick with counting only those books for which I've published a review. I (...)

  • Balasankar 'Balu' C: FOSS contributions in 2019
    Heyo, I have been interested in the concept of Freedom - both in the technical and social ecosystems for almost a decade now. Even though I am not a harcore contributor or anything, I have been involved in it for few years now - as an enthusiast, a contributor, a mentor, and above all an (...)

  • Junichi Uekawa: Happy new year.
    Happy new year. Last year I kept on practicing piano. I started Tea. Wondering what awaits.

  • Russ Allbery: Review: Woman on the Edge of Time
    Review: Woman on the Edge of Time, by Marge Piercy Publisher: Ballantine Copyright: 1976 Printing: 2016 ISBN: 0-307-75639-4 Format: Kindle Pages: 419 Woman on the Edge of Time opens with Connie (Consuela) Ramos's niece Dolly arriving at the door of her tiny apartment with a bloody face. (...)

  • Paul Wise: FLOSS Activities December 2019
  • Utkarsh Gupta: Debian Activities for December 2019
    Here's my (third) monthly update about the activities I've done in Debian this December. Debian LTS This was my third month as a Debian LTS paid contributor. I was assigned 16.50 hours and worked on the following things: CVE Fixes and Announcements: Issued DLA 2024-1, fixing CVE-2019-19617, (...)

mardi 31 décembre 2019

lundi 30 décembre 2019

dimanche 29 décembre 2019

samedi 28 décembre 2019

  • Rhonda D'Vine: Puberty
    I was musing about writing about this publicly. For the first time in all these years of writing pretty personal stuff about my feelings, my way of becoming more honest with myself and a more authentic person through that I was thinking about letting you in on this is a good idea. You see, (...)

  • Russ Allbery: Review: On the Clock
    Review: On the Clock, by Emily Guendelsberger Publisher: Little, Brown and Company Copyright: July 2019 ISBN: 0-316-50899-3 Format: Kindle Pages: 317 Emily Guendelsberger was senior staff writer at Philadelphia City Paper when the paper was sold to a competitor for scrap and everyone who (...)

  • Steinar H. Gunderson: Introduction to the Unicode Collation Algorithm

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