Planet Debian, ces 60 derniers jours

dimanche 9 février 2020

samedi 8 février 2020

vendredi 7 février 2020

jeudi 6 février 2020

  • Mike Gabriel: UBports: Packaging of Unity8 Desktop for Debian (part 01)
    Before and during FOSDEM 2020, I agreed with the people (developers, supporters, managers) of the UBports Foundation to package the Unity8 Desktop Environment for Debian. Why the hack??? Why Unity8? Because of its convergent desktop feature: Just one code base, usable on a phone, tablet and (...)

  • Julien Danjou: Attending FOSDEM 2020
    This weekend, I've been lucky to attend again the FOSDEM conference, one of the largest open-source conference out there. I had a talk scheduled in the Python devroom on Saturday about building a production-ready profiling in Python. This was a good overview of the work I've been doing (...)

  • Mike Hommey: Announcing git-cinnabar 0.5.4
    Please partake in the git-cinnabar survey. Git-cinnabar is a git remote helper to interact with mercurial repositories. It allows to clone, pull and push from/to mercurial remote repositories, using git. Get it on github. These release notes are also available on the git-cinnabar wiki. (...)

mercredi 5 février 2020

  • Ruby Team: Ruby Team Sprint 2020 in Paris - Day Two
  • Gunnar Wolf: Migrated to Jekyll
    I first started this blog back in October 2004. Back then, I used a now-defunct blog engine written by some friends of mine — JAWS, or Just Another Weblog System. My blog remained with JAWS for four years, but by February 2008, I decided to switch over to Drupal 5; I needed to properly (...)

  • Gunnar Wolf: Migrated to Jekyll
    I first started this blog back in [October 2004]( Back then, I used a now-defunct blog engine written by some friends of mine — [JAWS](, or _Just Another Weblog System_. My blog remained (...)

  • Sylvain Beucler: Debian LTS and ELTS - January 2020
    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 January, the monthly sponsored hours were split evenly among contributors (...)

mardi 4 février 2020

lundi 3 février 2020

  • Jonathan Dowland: FOSDEM 2020
  • Ben Hutchings: Debian LTS work, January 2020
    I was assigned 20 hours of work by Freexian's Debian LTS initiative and worked all 20 hours this month. I rebased the Debian package of Linux onto 3.16.80 and send out a request for testing. I prepared and, after review, released Linux 3.16.81. I then rebased the Debian package onto that (...)

  • Mike Gabriel: My Work on Debian LTS (January 2020)
    In January 2020, I have worked on the Debian LTS project for 20 hours (of 20 hours planned). Due to a reduced need of developers in Freexian's ELTS project for Debian wheezy, I have moved my activity completely over to the LTS project (and also took the amount of assigned hours with me). (...)

  • Julien Danjou: Python Logging with Datadog
    At Mergify, we generate a pretty large amount of logs. Every time an event is received from GitHub for a particular pull request, our engine computes a new state for it. Doing so, it logs some informational statements about what it's doing — and any error that might happen. This (...)

  • Joachim Breitner: git post-squash
    I wrote a little git tool that helps in an environment where PRs are merged using squash merges, but you still want to deal with feature branches properly. What is a squash merge? One popular workflow involving Git and Github is a squash-merge based workflow: You develop your feature on a (...)

  • Michael Stapelberg: Which VCS do Debian's Go package upstreams use?
    In the pkg-go team, we are currently discussing which workflows we should standardize on. One of the considerations is what goes into the “upstream” Git branch of our repositories: should it track the upstream Git repository, or should it contain orig tarball imports? Now, (...)

  • Russell Coker: Social Media Sharing on Blogs
    My last post was read directly (as opposed to reading through Planet feeds) a lot more than usual due to someone sharing it on Presumably the people who read it that way benefited from reading it and I got a couple of unusually insightful comments from people who don't usually (...)

  • Enrico Zini: Small collection of significant news
    Organic Cat Litter Chief Suspect In Nuclear Waste Accident news science 2020-02-03 It turns out there's more to cat litter than you think. It can soak up urine, but it's just as good at absorbing radioactive material. Basques safe in Iceland as district repeals decree to (...)

dimanche 2 février 2020

  • Thorsten Alteholz: My Debian Activities in January 2020
    FTP master This month I accepted 264 packages and rejected 56. The overall number of packages that got accepted was 291. Debian LTS This was my sixty seventh month that I did some work for the Debian LTS initiative, started by Raphael Hertzog at Freexian. This month my all in all workload (...)

  • Andrew Cater: Rebuilding a mirror - Fedora EPEL mirroring and Apache config
    This follows on from the previous post: Fedora does things differently. EPEL is a sub-project: software packaged for CentOS/Red Hat Enterprise Linux by the Fedora Project maintainers. Mirroring Fedora appears to be unusual if you're not a major (Tier 1) mirror. The Fedora Wiki page at (...)

  • Antoine Beaupr?: 20 most significant programming languages in history
    This is a preposterous table I just made up after reading Wikipedia's History of Programming Languages. I was trying to figure out which programming language or environment this article might be refering to. The article talks about some of the Canadian federal government's computer (...)

  • Andrew Cater: Rebuilding a mirror - software mirroring of Linux distributions for fun
    ... and also because sometimes it's just easier to have a local cache I've a mirror machine sitting next door: it's a private mirror of CentOS, Debian, Debian CDs, EPEL [extra packages for Enterprise Linux from Fedora], Ubuntu releases, and Ubuntu CDs. I've run this (...)


17 mai 2007 - Du GigaPixels sur IPsyn !

Depuis quelques jours IPsyn héberge la plus grosse image numérique au monde : (...)

22 mars 2005 - Cable reseau "perime"

Nous avons, ce soir (21/03/2005), ete victime du fameux probleme du cable RJ45 "perime". Apres (...)

13 mars 2005 - Perte de notre serveur de fichier

Nous avons perdu, vers 16h00 ce samedi 12 mars 2005, notre serveur de fichier sur lequel etait (...)

26 décembre 2004 - Exploitation d’une faille dans phpBB

Ipsyn n’aura pas ete epargne par la failel sur le forum phpBB (j’imae pas le forums (...)

7 janvier 2004 - Problème sur notre serveur mysql

Pour une raison indeterminee notre serveur mysql refuse de repartir. Nous basculons toutes les (...)