Sur le Web, ces 30 derniers jours

mercredi 22 octobre 2014

  • Konstantinos Margaritis: Eigen NEON port extended to ARMv8!
    Soon after the VSX port, and as promised I have completed the ARMv8 NEON (a.k.a. Advanced SIMD) port. Basically this extends support to 64-bit doubles and also provides faster alternatives to division as ARMv8 has builtin instructions for division both for 32-bit floats and 64-bit doubles. (...)

  • Steve Kemp: On writing test-cases and testsuites.
    Last night I mostly patched my local copy of less to build and link against the PCRE regular expression library. I've wanted to do that for a while, and reading Raymond Chen's blog post last night made me try it out. The patch was small and pretty neat, and I'm familiar with GNU (...)

  • Russ Allbery: Another haul post
    I know I've been very quiet here lately. That's due to a variety of reasons, but mostly because settling in to a new job is taking nearly all of my attention and time. When that's combined with getting obsessed with watching the League of Legends world championships, it means no (...)

  • Junichi Uekawa: Migrating my diary system to some new server.
    Migrating my diary system to some new server. I took the chance to migrate my system from CVS-based system to Git-based system. It no longer relies on a chain of CVS commit hooks, and now I have a makefile to publish. I also took the chance to rewrite my 15 year old elisp so that I can use (...)

mardi 21 octobre 2014

lundi 20 octobre 2014

  • Michal Čihař: Hosted Weblate has new UI
    The biggest part of this HackWeek will be spent on Weblate. The major task is to complete new UI for it. There have been already some blog posts about that here, so regular readers of my blog already know it is using Twitter Bootstrap. Today it has reached point where I think it's good (...)

  • Michal Čihař: Enca 1.16
    As a first tiny project in this HackWeek, Enca 1.16 has been just released. It mostly brings small code cleanups and missing aliases for languages, but fixes also some minor bugs found by Coverity Scan. If you don't know Enca, it is an Extremely Naive Charset Analyser. It detects character (...)

  • Francois Marier: LXC setup on Debian jessie
    Here's how to setup LXC-based "chroots" on Debian jessie. While this is documented on the Debian wiki, I had to tweak a few things to get the networking to work on my machine. Start by installing (as root) the necessary packages: apt-get install lxc libvirt-bin debootstrap Network setup I (...)

  • Neil Williams: OpenTAC – an automation lab in a box
    I've previously covered running LAVA on ARM devices, now that the packages are in Debian. I've also covered setting up the home lab, including the difficulty in obtaining the PDU and relying on another machine to provide USB serial converters with inherent problems of needing power to keep the (...)

dimanche 19 octobre 2014

  • Dirk Eddelbuettel: littler 0.2.1
    A new maintenance release of littler is available now. The main change are a few updates and extensions to the examples provided along with littler. Several of those continue to make use of the wonderful docopt package by Edwin de Jonge. Carl Boettiger and I are making good use of these (...)

  • Thorsten Alteholz: Key transition, move to stronger key
    Finally I was able to do the enormous paperwork (no, it is not that much) to switch my old 1024D key to a new 4096R one. I was a bit afraid that there might be something bad happening, but my fear was without any reason. After the RT bug was closed, I could upload and sent signed emails to (...)

  • Benjamin Mako Hill: Another Round of Community Data Science Workshops in Seattle
    Pictures from the CDSW sessions in Spring 2014 I am helping coordinate three and a half day-long workshops in November for anyone interested in learning how to use programming and data science tools to ask and answer questions about online communities like Wikipedia, free and open source (...)

  • Steve Kemp: On the names we use in email
    Yesterday I received a small rush of SPAM mails, all of which were 419 scams, and all of them sent by "Mrs Elizabeth PETERSEN". It struck me that I can't think of ever receiving a legitimate mail from a "Mrs XXX [YYY]", but I was too busy to check. Today I've done so. Of the 38,553 (...)

samedi 18 octobre 2014

  • Erich Schubert: Beware of trolls - do not feed
    A particularly annoying troll has been on his hate crusade against systemd for months now. Unfortunately, he's particularly active on Debian mailing lists (but apparently also on Ubuntu and the Linux Kernel mailing list) and uses a tons of fake users he keeps on setting up. Our listmasters (...)

  • Rhonda D'Vine: Trans Gender Moves
    Yesterday I managed to get the last ticket from the waitinglist for the premiere of Trans Gender Moves. It is a play about the lives of three people: A transman, a transwoman and an intersexual person. They tell stories from their life, their process of finding their own identity over time. (...)

vendredi 17 octobre 2014

jeudi 16 octobre 2014

mercredi 15 octobre 2014

mardi 14 octobre 2014

  • Julian Andres Klode: Key transition
    I started transitioning from 1024D to 4096R. The new key is available at: and the key server. A very short transition statement is available at: and included below (the http (...)

  • Joachim Breitner: Switching to systemd-networkd
    Ever since I read about systemd-networkd being in the making I was looking forward to try it out. I kept watching for the package to appear in Debian, or at least ITP bugs. A few days ago, by accident, I noticed that I already have systemd-networkd on my machine: It is simply shipped with the (...)

  • Joachim Breitner: Switching to sytemd-networkd
    Ever since I read about sytemd-networkd being in the making I was looking forward to try it out. I kept watching for the package to appear in Debian, or at least ITP bugs. A few days ago, by accident, I noticed that I already have systemd-networkd on my machine: It is simply shipped with the (...)

  • Gunnar Wolf: When Open Access meets the Napster anniversary
  • Marco d'Itri: The Italian peering ecosystem
    I published the slides of my talk "An introduction to peering in Italy - Interconnections among the Italian networks" that I presented today at the MIX-IT (the Milano internet exchange) technical meeting.

  • Setting up your own graphical git-server with gitbucket
    This article documents the process of configuring a git host, using gitbucket, which will give you a graphical interface to a collection of git repositories, accessible via any browser, along with support for groups, issues, and (...)

  • Philipp Kern: pbuilder and pam_tmpdir
    It turns out that my recent woes with pbuilder were all due to libpam-tmpdir being installed (at least two old bug reports exist about this issue: #576425 and #725434). I rather like my private temporary directory that cannot be accessed by other (potential) users on the same system. Previously (...)

  • DSA-3049 wireshark
    security update

lundi 13 octobre 2014

  • Konstantinos Margaritis: SIMD optimizations, cont.
    A friend of mine told me that I should advertise my passion and know-how about SIMD more, and I decided to follow his advice. Though I am terrible at marketing and even more at personal marketing, I've made an attempt to do just that, advertise the fact that I'm offering SIMD (...)

  • John Goerzen: Update on the systemd issue
    The other day, I wrote about my poor first impressions of systemd in jessie. Here's an update. I'd like to start with the things that are good. I found the systemd community to be one of the most helpful in Debian, and #debian-systemd IRC channel to be especially helpful. I was in there for (...)

  • Steve McIntyre: Successful Summer of Code in Linaro
    It's past time I wrote about how Linaro's students fared in this year's Google Summer of Code. You might remember me posting earlier in the year when we welcomed our students. We started with 3 student projects at the beginning of the summer. One of the students unfortunately (...)

  • Dirk Eddelbuettel: Seinfeld streak at GitHub
    Early last year, I referred to a Seinfeld Streak in a blog post referring to almost two months of updates to the Rcpp Gallery. This is sometimes called Jerry Seinfeld's secret to productivity: Just keep at it. Don't break the streak. I now have different streak: Now we'll see how (...)

dimanche 12 octobre 2014

  • Jonathan Wiltshire: Clean builds for the win
    I've just spent a little time squashing several bugs on the trot, all the same: insufficient build-dependencies when built in a clean environment. Typically this means that the package was uploaded after being built on a developer's normal machine, which already has everything required (...)

  • Steinar H. Gunderson: Short SSH keys
    I'm sure this is useful for something beyond being neat: klump:~> cat .ssh/ ssh-ed25519 AAAAC3NzaC1lZDI1NTE5AAAAIFePWUlZmVbCZ9KHa4pOOMBXHaMFeuuIZDw0uHHEY2/m sesse@klump I hope OpenSSH doesn't eventually grow a sort-of single point of failure in “djb ALL the (...)


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 (...)