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Thursday 1 October 2020

  • Jonathan Carter: Free Software Activities for 2020-09
    This month I started working on ways to make hosting access easier for Debian Developers. I also did some work and planning for the MiniDebConf Online Gaming Edition that we'll likely announce within the next 1-2 days. Just a bunch of content that needs to be fixed and a registration bug then I (...)

  • Paul Wise: FLOSS Activities September 2020
    Focus This month I didn't have any particular focus. I just worked on issues in my info bubble. Changes myrepos: link to multi-git-status pytest-rerunfailures: relax dep version, typos, rst syntax, https, yaml syntax morfessor: metadata fixes nmslib: URL, license gensim: relax dep version (...)

  • Utkarsh Gupta: FOSS Activites in September 2020
    Here's my (twelfth) monthly update about the activities I've done in the F/L/OSS world. Debian This was my 21st month of contributing to Debian. I became a DM in late March last year and a DD last Christmas! \o/ I've been busy with my undergraduation stuff but I still squeezed out some time (...)

  • Steinar H. Gunderson: plocate improvements
    Since announcing plocate, a number of major and minor improvements have happened, and despite its prototype status, I've basically stopped using mlocate entirely now. First of all, the database building now uses 90% less RAM, so if you had issues with plocate-build OOM-ing before, (...)

Wednesday 30 September 2020

  • Antoine Beaupr?: Presentation tools
    I keep forgetting how to make presentations. I had a list of tools in a wiki from a previous job, but that's now private and I don't see why I shouldn't share this (even if for myself!). So here it is. What's your favorite presentation tool? Tips if you have some text to (...)

  • Bastian Blank: Booting Debian on ThinkPad X13 AMD
    Running new hardware is always fun. The problems are endless. The solutions not so much. So I've got a brand new ThinkPad X13 AMD. It features an AMD Ryzen 5 PRO 4650U, 16GB of RAM and a 256GB NVME SSD. The internal type identifier is 20UF. It runs the latest firmware as of today with (...)

  • Chris Lamb: Free software activities in September 2020

Tuesday 29 September 2020

Monday 28 September 2020

Sunday 27 September 2020

  • Iain R. Learmonth: Multicast IPTV
    For almost a decade, I've been very slowly making progress on a multicast IPTV system. Recently I've made a significant leap forward in this project, and I wanted to write a little on the topic so I'll have something to look at when I pick this up next. I was aspiring to have a useable system (...)

  • Joachim Breitner: Learn Haskell on CodeWorld writing Sokoban
    Two years ago, I held the CIS194 minicourse on Haskell at the University of Pennsylvania. In that installment of the course, I changed the first four weeks to teach the basics of Haskell using the online Haskell environment CodeWorld, and lead the students towards implementing the game Sokoban. (...)

  • Dirk Eddelbuettel: pkgKitten 0.2.0: Now with tinytest and new docs
    A new release 0.2.0 of pkgKitten just hit on CRAN today, or about eleven months after the previous release. This release brings support for tinytest by having pkgKitten::kitten() automagically call tinytest::puppy() if the latter package is installed (and the user did not opt out of calling (...)

Saturday 26 September 2020

Friday 25 September 2020

Wednesday 23 September 2020

  • Vincent Fourmond: Tutorial: analyze Km data of CODHs
  • Vincent Fourmond: Define a function with inline Ruby code in QSoas
    QSoas can read and execute Ruby code directly, while reading command files, or even at the command prompt. For that, just write plain Ruby code inside a ruby...ruby end block. Probably the most useful possibility is to define elaborated functions directly from within QSoas, or, preferable, from (...)

  • Vincent Fourmond: Release 2.2 of QSoas
    The new release of QSoas is finally ready ! It brings in a lot of new features and improvements, notably greatly improved memory use for massive multifits, a fit for linear (in)activation processes (the one we used in Fourmond et al, Nature Chemistry 2014), a new way to transform "numbers" like (...)

  • Russell Coker: Qemu (KVM) and 9P (Virtfs) Mounts
    I've tried setting up the Qemu (in this case KVM as it uses the Qemu code in question) 9P/Virtfs filesystem for sharing files to a VM. Here is the Qemu documentation for it [1]. VIRTFS="-virtfs local,path=/vmstore/virtfs,security_model=mapped-xattr,id=zz,writeout=immediate,fmode=0600,dmode=0700,moun

Tuesday 22 September 2020

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