Sur le Web, ces 30 derniers jours

dimanche 31 août 2014

  • Steve Kemp: A diversion - The National Health Service
    Today we have a little diversion to talk about the National Health Service. The NHS is the publicly funded healthcare system in the UK. Actually there are four such services in the UK, only one of which has this name: The national health service (England) Health and Social Care in Northern (...)

  • Lucas Nussbaum: Debian trivia
    After an intensive evening of brainstorming by the 5th floor cabal, I am happy to release the very first version of the Debian Trivia, modeled after the famous TCP/IP Drinking Game. Only the questions are listed here — maybe they should go (with the answers) into a package? Anyone willing (...)

  • Alexander Wirt: cgit on
    Recently I was doing some work on the alioth infrastructure like fixing things or cleaning up things. One of the more visible things I done was the switch from gitweb to cgit. cgit is a lot of faster and looks better than gitweb. The list of repositories is generated every hour. The move also (...)

samedi 30 août 2014

  • Francois Marier: Outsourcing your webapp maintenance to Debian
    Modern web applications are much more complicated than the simple Perl CGI scripts or PHP pages of the past. They usually start with a framework and include lots of external components both on the front-end and on the back-end. Here's an example from the Node.js back-end of a real (...)

  • John Goerzen: 2AM to Seattle
    Monday morning, 1:45AM. Laura and I walk into the boys' room. We turn on the light. Nothing happens. (They're sound sleepers.) “Boys, it's time to get up to go get on the train!” Four eyes pop open. “Yay! Oh I'm so excited!” And then, “Meow!” (They enjoy (...)

  • Joachim Breitner: DebConf 14
  • Gergely Nagy: Happy
    For the past decade or so, I wasn't exactly happy. I struggled with low self esteem, likely bordered on depression at times. I disappointed friends, family and most of all, myself. There were times I not only disliked the person I was, but hated it. This wasn't healthy, nor (...)

  • Matthew Palmer: Chromium tabs crashing and not rendering correctly?
    If you've noticed your chrome/chromium on Linux having problems since you upgraded to somewhere around version 35/36, you're not alone. Thankfully, it's relatively easy to workaround. It will hit people who keep their browser open for a long time, or who have lots of tabs (or if you're like me, (...)

  • Dirk Eddelbuettel: BH release 1.54.0-4
    Another small new release of our BH package providing Boost headers for use by R is now on CRAN. This one brings a one-file change: the file any.hpp comprising the Boost.Any library --- as requested by a fellow package maintainer needing it for a pending upload to CRAN. No other changes were (...)

vendredi 29 août 2014

jeudi 28 août 2014

  • Bernhard R. Link: Where key expiry dates are useful and where they are not.
    Some recent blog (here and here) suggest short key expiry times. Then also highlight some thing many people forget: The expiry time of a key can be changed every time with just a new self-signature. Especially that can be made retroactively (you cannot avoid that, if you allow changing it: (...)

  • Gunnar Wolf: Ongoing crypto handling discussions
    I love to see there is a lot of crypto discussions going on at DebConf. Maybe I'm skewed by my role as keyring-maint, but I have been involved in more than one discussion every day on what do/should signatures mean, on best key handling practices, on some ideas to make key maintenance (...)

  • Lior Kaplan: The importance of close integration between distribution and upstream
    Many package maintainers need to decide when to upload a new version to Debian. Should the upload be done only after the official release, or is there a place for uploads during the development process. In the latter case there's a need to balance between the benefit of early testing and (...)

  • Tim Retout: update 1
    [The story so far: I'm packaging for Debian.] 4 packages uploaded to NEW: node-webfinger validator.js websocket-driver node-openid 2 packages eliminated as not needed: set-immediate - deprecated crypto-cacerts - not needed on Debian 1 package in progress: node-databank Got my eye (...)

  • DSA-3014 squid3
    security update

mercredi 27 août 2014

mardi 26 août 2014

  • Simon Josefsson: The Case for Short OpenPGP Key Validity Periods
    After I moved to a new OpenPGP key (see key transition statement) I have received comments about the short life length of my new key. When I created the key (see my GnuPG setup) I set it to expire after 100 days. Some people assumed that I would have to create a new key then, and therefore (...)

  • Daniel Pocock: GSoC talks at DebConf 14 today
    This year I mentored two students doing work in support of Debian and free software (as well as those I mentored for Ganglia). Both of them are presenting details about their work at DebConf 14 today. While Juliana's work has been widely publicised already, mainly due to the fact it is (...)

  • Christian Perrier: [life] Follow bubulle running adventures....
    Just in case some of my free software friends would care and try understanding why I'm currently not attending my first DebConf since 2004... Starting tomorrow 07:00am EST (so, 22:00 PST for Debconfers), I'll be running the "TDS" race of the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc races. (...)

  • Neil Williams: vmdebootstrap images for ARMMP on BBB
    After patches from Petter to add foreign architecture support and picking up some scripting from freedombox, I've just built a Debian unstable image using the ARMMP kernel on Beaglebone-black. A few changes to vmdebootstrap will need to go into the next version (0.3), including an example (...)

lundi 25 août 2014

dimanche 24 août 2014

samedi 23 août 2014

vendredi 22 août 2014

  • Paul Tagliamonte: On my way to DebConf 14
    Slowly, but I'll be in by Tonight, PST (early morning EST!) Hope to see everyone soon!

  • Russell Coker: Men Commenting on Women's Issues
    A lecture at LCA 2011 which included some inappropriate slides was followed by long discussions on mailing lists. In February 2011 I wrote a blog post debunking some of the bogus arguments in two lists [1]. One of the noteworthy incidents in the mailing list discussion concerned Ted Ts'o (an (...)

  • Ian Donnelly: Wrapping Up
    Hi Everybody! I have been keeping very busy on this blog the past few days with some very exciting updates! Everything is now in place for my Google Summer of Code project! Elektra now has the ability to merge KeySets, ucf has been patched to allow custom merge commands, we included a new (...)

  • Dirk Eddelbuettel: RcppEigen
    A new upstream release of the Eigen C++ template library for linear algebra was released a few days ago. And Yixuan Qiu did some really nice work rolling this into a new RcppEigen released and then sent me a nice pull requent. The new version is now on CRAN, and I will prepare a Debian in a (...)

  • DSA-3010 python-django
    security update

jeudi 21 août 2014

  • Steve Kemp: Updating Debian Administration
    Recently I've been getting annoyed with the Debian Administration website; too often it would be slower than it should be considering the resources behind it. As a brief recap I have six nodes: 1 x MySQL Database - The only MySQL database I personally manage these days. 4 x Web Nodes. 1 x (...)

  • Wouter Verhelst: Multiarchified eID libraries, now public
    Yesterday, I spent most of the day finishing up the multiarch work I'd been doing on introducing multiarch to the eID middleware, and did another release of the Linux builds. As such, it's now possible to install 32-bit versions of the eID middleware on a 64-bit Linux distribution. For (...)


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 (...)