Sur le Web, ces 30 derniers jours

vendredi 31 octobre 2014

  • Konstantinos Margaritis: SIMD on javascript, MHO
    Just read the Mozilla announcement on SIMD.js and I can say I got mixed feelings about this. I don't really comment other news/blogs/announcements, but this is an exception. On one hand, I definitely welcome more SIMD use everywhere, being a SIMD advocate and enthusiast for many years (...)

  • DSA-3061 icedove
    security update

  • DSA-3060 linux
    security update

jeudi 30 octobre 2014

  • Chris Lamb: Are you building an internet fridge?
    Mikkel Rasmussen: If you look at the idea of "The Kitchen of Tomorrow" as IKEA thought about it is the core idea is that cooking is slavery. It's the idea that technology can free us from making food. It can do it for us. It can recognise who we are, we don't have to be tied to the (...)

  • Matthew Garrett: Hacker News metrics (first rough approach)
    I'm not a huge fan of Hacker News[1]. My impression continues to be that it ends up promoting stories that align with the Silicon Valley narrative of meritocracy, technology will fix everything, regulation is the cancer killing agile startups, and discouraging stories that suggest that the (...)

  • EvolvisForge blog: Tip of the day: bind tomcat7 to loopback i/f only
    We already edit /etc/tomcat7/server.xml after installing the tomcat7 Debian package, to get it to talk AJP instead of HTTP (so we can use libapache2-mod-jk to put it behind an Apache 2 httpd, which also terminates SSL): We already comment out the block… … and remove the comment (...)

  • Alessio Treglia: Handling identities in distributed Linux cloud instances
  • Juliana Louback: JSCommunicator at xTupleCon 2014
    Two weeks ago I left NYC for a day trip to Norfolk, Virginia, to attend xTupleCon 2014. For those who don't know, xTuple is an incredibly reknown open source Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software. If you've been following this blog, you might recall that during my participation in the (...)

  • Keith Packard: Glamor cleanup
    Glamor Cleanup Before I start really digging in to reworking the Render support in Glamor, I wanted to take a stab at cleaning up some cruft which has accumulated in Glamor over the years. Here's what I've done so far. Get rid of the Intel fallback paths I think it's my fault, and (...)

  • Matthew Garrett: On joining the FSF board
    I joined the board of directors of the Free Software Foundation a couple of weeks ago. I've been travelling a bunch since then, so haven't really had time to write about it. But since I'm currently waiting for a test job to finish, why not? It's impossible to overstate how (...)

mercredi 29 octobre 2014

  • Gunnar Wolf: Guests in the classroom: @chemaserralde talks about real time scheduling
  • Rhonda D'Vine: Feminist Year
    If someone would have told me that I would visit three feminist events this year I would have slowly nodded at them and responded with "yeah, sure..." not believing it. But sometimes things take their own turns. It all started with the Debian Women Mini-Debconf in Barcelona. The organizers did (...)

  • Steve Kemp: A brief introduction to freebsd
    I've spent the past thirty minutes installing FreeBSD as a KVM guest. This mostly involved fetching the ISO (I chose the latest stable release 10.0), and accepting all the defaults. A pleasant experience. As I'm running KVM inside screen I wanted to see the boot prompt, etc, via the (...)

  • Patrick Matth?i: geoip and geoip-database news!
    Hi, geoip version 1.6.2-2 and geoip-database version 20141027-1 are now available in Debian unstable/sid, with some news of more free databases available :) geoip changes: * Add patch for geoip-csv-to-dat to add support for building GeoIP city DB. Many thanks to Andrew Moise for contributing! (...)

  • Mike Gabriel: Join us at "X2Go: The Gathering 2014"
    TL;DR; Those of you who are not able to join "X2Go: The Gathering 2014"... Join us on IRC (#x2go on Freenode) over the coming weekend. We will provide information, URLs to our TinyPads, etc. there. Spontaneous visitors are welcome during the working sessions (please let us know if you plan to (...)

  • DSA-3059 dokuwiki
    security update

mardi 28 octobre 2014

  • Kurt Roeckx: DANE
    I've been wanting to set up DANE for my domain, but I seem to be unable to find a provider that offers DNSSEC that can also do TLSA records in DNS. I've contacted several companies and most don't even seem to be offering DNSSEC. And if they offer DNSSEC they can't do TLSA (...)

  • 06 Septembre 2014 - Forum des Associations de Diemoz
  • Jonny Lamb: Sciopero
  • Keith Packard: Goodbye-Barnes-and-Noble
    Goodbye Barnes & Noble I've read books on electronic devices for many years now; the convenience of having a huge library with me while traveling makes up for the lower quality of the presentation. I've read books on a selection of Palm devices, an old OpenInkpot compatible (...)


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 (...)