Sur le Web, ces 30 derniers jours

dimanche 18 octobre 2020

samedi 17 octobre 2020

  • Dirk Eddelbuettel: digest 0.6.26: Blake3 and Tuning
    And a new version of digest is now on CRAN will go to Debian shortly. digest creates hash digests of arbitrary R objects (using the md5, sha-1, sha-256, sha-512, crc32, xxhash32, xxhash64, murmur32, spookyhash, and blake3 algorithms) permitting easy comparison of R language objects. It is a (...)

  • Junichi Uekawa: Troubleshooting your audio input.
    Troubleshooting your audio input. When doing video conferencing sometimes I hear the remote end not doing very well. Especially when your friend tells you he bought a new mic and it didn't sound well, they might be using the wrong configuration on the OS and using the other mic, or they (...)

vendredi 16 octobre 2020

jeudi 15 octobre 2020

mercredi 14 octobre 2020

mardi 13 octobre 2020

lundi 12 octobre 2020

  • Steinar H. Gunderson: plocate 1.0.0 released
    I've released version 1.0.0 of plocate, my faster locate(1)! (Actually, I'm now at 1.0.2, after some minor fixes and improvements.) It has a new build system, portability fixes, man pages, support for case-insensitive searches (still quite fast), basic and extended regex searches (as (...)

  • Russell Coker: First Attempt at Gnocchi-Statsd
    I've been investigating the options for tracking system statistics to diagnose performance problems. The idea is to track all sorts of data about the system (network use, disk IO, CPU, etc) and look for correlations at times of performance problems. DataDog is pretty good for this but (...)

  • Markus Koschany: My Free Software Activities in September 2020
  • Axel Beckert: Git related shell aliases I commonly use
    ga="git annex" gap="git add -p" amend="git commit --amend" Hope this might be an inspiration to use these or similar aliases as well.

  • Reproducible Builds: Restarting Reproducible Builds IRC meetings
    The Reproducible Builds project intends to resume meeting regularly on IRC, starting today, Monday October 12th, at 18:00 UTC. Sadly, due to the unprecedented events in 2020, there will be no in-person Reproducible Builds event this year, but please join us on the #reproducible-builds channel (...)

  • Russ Allbery: Review: Hand to Mouth
    Review: Hand to Mouth, by Linda Tirado Publisher: G.P. Putnam's Sons Copyright: October 2014 ISBN: 0-698-17528-X Format: Kindle Pages: 194 The first time Linda Tirado came to the viral attention of the Internet was in 2013 when she responded to a forum question: "Why do poor people do (...)

  • Norbert Preining: KDE/Plasma Status Update 2020-10-12
    More than a month has passed since my last KDE/Plasma for Debian update, but things are progressing nicely. OBS packages On the OBS side, I have updated the KDE Apps to 20.08.2, and the KDE Frameworks to 5.75. Especially the update of apps brings in at least a critical security fix. (...)

dimanche 11 octobre 2020

  • Mark Brown: Book club: JSON Web Tokens
    This month for our book club Daniel, Lars, Vince and I read Hardcoded secrets, unverified tokens, and other common JWT mistakes which wasn't quite what we'd thought when it was picked. We had been expecting an analysis of JSON web tokens themselves as several us had been working in the area and (...)

samedi 10 octobre 2020

  • William (Bill) Blough: sudo reboot
    Benjy: The best-laid plans of mice... Arthur: And men. Frankie: What? Arthur: Best-laid plans of mice and men. Benjy: What have men got to do with it? The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy TV series Last year, my intent had been to post monthy updates with details of the F/LOSS (...)

vendredi 9 octobre 2020

  • Bits from Debian: Salsa CI now includes i386 build support
    Salsa CI aims at improving the Debian packaging lifecycle by delivering Continuous Integration fully compatible with Debian packaging. The main Salsa CI's project is the pipeline, that builds packages and run different tests after every git push to Salsa. The pipeline makes it possible to (...)

  • Yves-Alexis Perez: Airplane pilot
    So, a bit more thank 18 months ago, I started a new adventure. After a few flights with a friend of mine in a Robin DR400 and Jodel aircrafts, I enlisted in a local flight club at the Lognes airfield (LFPL), and started a Pilot Private License training. A PPL is an international flight license (...)

  • Jonathan Dowland: Type design
    I wanted to share Type design issue I hit recently with Striot. Within StrIoT you define a stream-processing program, which is a series of inter-connected operators, in terms of a trio of graph types: The outer-most type is a higher-order type provided by the Graph library we use: Graph a. (...)

  • Jonathan Dowland: New Bike
    I grew up riding bikes with my friends, but I didn't keep it up once I went to University. A couple of my friends persevered and are really good riders, even building careers on their love of riding. I bought a mountain bike in 2006 (a sort of "first pay cheque" treat after changing roles) (...)

jeudi 8 octobre 2020

mercredi 7 octobre 2020

  • Vincent Fourmond: QSoas quiz #1 : averaging spectra
    Here is the first QSoas quiz ! I recently measured several identical spectra in a row to evaluate the noise of the setup, and so I wanted to average all the spectra and also determine the standard deviation in the absorbances. Averaging the spectra can simply be done taking advantage of the (...)

mardi 6 octobre 2020

lundi 5 octobre 2020

  • Reproducible Builds: Reproducible Builds in September 2020
  • Russ Allbery: California general election
    As normal, probably of direct interest only to California residents and apologies to everyone else since my hand-rolled blog software doesn't do cut tags. I'm only going to cover propositions, since the state-wide elections aren't very interesting and I both don't have strong (...)

  • Enrico Zini: Science links
    Weather: We can only forecast the weather a few days into the future. Nuclear: I had no idea Thorium-based nuclear power was a thing. Fluid dynamics applied to traffic: Traffic Flow and Phantom Jams. Psychology, economics, and a history of culturally biased experiment results: We aren't the (...)

dimanche 4 octobre 2020

  • Sylvain Beucler: git filter-branch and --state-branch - how?
    I'm mirroring and reworking a large Git repository with git filter-branch (conversion ETA: 20h), and I was wondering how to use --state-branch which is supposed to speed-up later updates, or split a large conversion in several updates. The documentation is pretty terse, the option can (...)

samedi 3 octobre 2020

  • Ben Hutchings: Debian LTS work, September 2020
    I was assigned 16 hours of work by Freexian's Debian LTS initiative and carried over 9.75 hours from August. I only worked 8.25 hours this month, and will return excess hours to the pool. I attended and participated in the LTS team meeting on the 24th. I updated linux-4.19 to include the (...)

  • Dirk Eddelbuettel: pinp 0.0.10: More Tweaks
    A new version of our pinp package arrived on CRAN two days ago, roughly one year after the previous release. The pinp package allows for snazzier one or two column Markdown-based pdf vignettes, and is now used by a few packages. A screenshot of the package vignette can be seen below. Additional (...)

  • Julian Andres Klode: Google Pixel 4a: Initial Impressions
    Yesterday I got a fresh new Pixel 4a, to replace my dying OnePlus 6. The OnePlus had developed some faults over time: It repeatedly loses connection to the AP and the network, and it got a bunch of scratches and scuffs from falling on various surfaces without any protection over the past year. (...)

  • Ritesh Raj Sarraf: First Telescope
    Curiosity I guess this would be common to most of us. While I grew up, right from the childhood itself, the sky was always an intriguing view. The Stars, the Moon, the Eclipses; were all fascinating. As a child, in my region, religion and culture; the mythology also built up stories around (...)

  • Steve Kemp: Writing an assembler.
    Recently I've been writing a couple of simple compilers, which take input in a particular format and generate assembly language output. This output can then be piped through gcc to generate a native executable. Public examples include this trivial math compiler and my brainfuck compiler. (...)

vendredi 2 octobre 2020

  • Ian Jackson: Mailman vs DKIM - a novel solution
    tl;dr: Do not configure Mailman to replace the mail domains in From: headers. Instead, try out my small new program which can make your Mailman transparent, so that DKIM signatures survive. Background and narrative DKIM NB: This explanation is going to be somewhat simplified. I am going to (...)

  • Junichi Uekawa: Already october.
    Already october. I tried moving to vscode from emacs but I have so far only installed the editor. emacs is my workflow engine, so it's hard to migrate everything.

jeudi 1er octobre 2020

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

  • Molly de Blanc: Free Software Activities – September 2020
    I haven't done one of these in a while, so let's see how it goes. Debian The Community Team has been busy. We're planning a sprint to work on a bigger writing project and have some tough discussions that need to happen. I personally have only worked on one incident, but we've had a few others (...)

  • Russ Allbery: Review: Harrow the Ninth
    Review: Harrow the Ninth, by Tamsyn Muir Series: The Locked Tomb #2 Publisher: Tor Copyright: 2020 ISBN: 1-250-31320-1 Format: Kindle Pages: 510 Harrow the Ninth is a direct sequel to Gideon the Ninth and under absolutely no circumstances should you start reading here. You would be so lost. If (...)

  • Norbert Preining: Plasma 5.20 coming to Debian
    The KDE Plasma desktop is soon getting an update to 5.20, and beta versions are out for testing. Plasma 5.20 is going to be one absolutely massive release! More features, more fixes for longstanding bugs, more improvements to the user interface! There are lots of new features mentioned in the (...)


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