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dimanche 5 juillet 2020

  • Thorsten Alteholz: My Debian Activities in June 2020
    FTP master This month I accepted 377 packages and rejected 30. The overall number of packages that got accepted was 411. Debian LTS This was my seventy-second month that I did some work for the Debian LTS initiative, started by Raphael Hertzog at Freexian. This month my all in all workload (...)

  • Russell Coker: Debian S390X Emulation
    I decided to setup some virtual machines for different architectures. One that I decided to try was S390X – the latest 64bit version of the IBM mainframe. Here's how to do it, I tested on a host running Debian/Unstable but Buster should work in the same way. First you need to create a (...)

  • Dirk Eddelbuettel: Rcpp now used by 2000 CRAN packages–and one in eight!
    As of yesterday, Rcpp stands at exactly 2000 reverse-dependencies on CRAN. The graph on the left depicts the growth of Rcpp usage (as measured by Depends, Imports and LinkingTo, but excluding Suggests) over time. Rcpp was first released in November 2008. It probably cleared 50 packages around (...)

samedi 4 juillet 2020

vendredi 3 juillet 2020

  • Michael Prokop: Grml 2020.06 – Codename Ausgehfuahangl
    We did it again™, at the end of June we released Grml 2020.06, codename Ausgehfuahangl. This Grml release (a Linux live system for system administrators) is based on Debian/testing (AKA bullseye) and provides current software packages as of June, incorporates up to date hardware support (...)

  • Norbert Preining: KDE/Plasma Status Update 2020-07-04
    Great timing for 4th of July, here is another status update of KDE/Plasma for Debian. Short summary: everything is now available for Debian sid and testing, for both i386 and am64 architectures! With Qt 5.14 arriving in Debian/testing, and some tweaks here and there, we finally have all the (...)

  • Dirk Eddelbuettel: #28: Welcome RSPM and test-drive with Bionic and Focal
    Welcome to the 28th post in the relatively random R recommendations series, or R4 for short. Our last post was a “double entry” in this R4 series and the newer T4 video series and covered a topic touched upon in this R4 series multiple times: easy binary install, especially on (...)

  • Reproducible Builds (diffoscope): diffoscope 150 released
    The diffoscope maintainers are pleased to announce the release of diffoscope version 150. This version includes the following changes: [ Chris Lamb ] * Don't crash when listing entries in archives if they don't have a listed size (such as hardlinks in .ISO files). (Closes: (...)

jeudi 2 juillet 2020

  • Ben Hutchings: Debian LTS work, June 2020
    I was assigned 20 hours of work by Freexian's Debian LTS initiative, and worked all 20 hours this month. I sent a final request for testing for the next update to Linux 3.16 in jessie. I also prepared an update to Linux 4.9, included in both jessie and stretch. I completed backporting of (...)

  • Mike Gabriel: My Work on Debian LTS (June 2020)
    In June 2020, I have worked on the Debian LTS project for 8 hours (of 8 hours planned). LTS Work frontdesk: CVE bug triaging for Debian jessie LTS: mailman, alpine, python3.4, redis, pound, pcre3, ngircd, mutt, lynis, libvncserver, cinder, bison, batik. upload to jessie-security: libvncserver (...)

  • Russell Coker: Desklab Portable USB-C Monitor
    I just got a 15.6″ 4K resolution Desklab portable touchscreen monitor [1]. It takes power via USB-C and video input via USB-C or mini HDMI, has touch screen input, and has speakers built in for USB or HDMI sound. PC Use I bought a mini-DisplayPort to HDMI adapter and for my first test (...)

  • Evgeni Golov: Automatically renaming the default git branch to "devel"
  • Russell Coker: Isolating PHP Web Sites
    If you have multiple PHP web sites on a server in a default configuration they will all be able to read each other's files in a default configuration. If you have multiple PHP web sites that have stored data or passwords for databases in configuration files then there are significant problems (...)

mercredi 1er juillet 2020

mardi 30 juin 2020

  • Emmanuel Kasper: Learning openshift: a good moment to revisit awk too
    I can't believe I spent all these years using only grep. Most of us know how to use awk to print the nth column of a file: $ awk 'print $1' /etc/hosts will print all IP addresses from /etc/hosts But you can also do filtering before printing the chosen column: $ awk '$5 >= 2 print (...)

  • Russ Allbery: Review: The Fifth Risk
    Review: The Fifth Risk, by Michael Lewis Publisher: W.W. Norton Copyright: 2018 Printing: 2019 ISBN: 0-393-35745-7 Format: Kindle Pages: 254 The Fifth Risk starts with the presidential transition. Max Stier, the first person profiled by Lewis in this book, is the founder of the Partnership for (...)

  • Craig Sanders: Fuck Grey Text
    fuck grey text on white backgrounds fuck grey text on black backgrounds fuck thin, spindly fonts fuck 10px text fuck any size of anything in px fuck font-weight 300 fuck unreadable web pages fuck themes that implement this unreadable idiocy fuck sites that don't work without javascript fuck (...)

  • Norbert Preining: TeX Live Debian update 20200629
    More than a month has passed since the last update of TeX Live packages in Debian, so here is a new checkout! All arch all packages have been updated to the tlnet state as of 2020-06-29, see the detailed update list below. Enjoy. New packages akshar, beamertheme-pure-minimalistic, (...)

lundi 29 juin 2020

  • Norbert Preining: Cinnamon 4.6 for Debian
    After a few rounds of testing in experimental, I have uploaded Cinnamon 4.6 packages to Debian/unstable. Nothing spectacular new besides the usual stream of fixes. Enjoy the new Cinnamon!

  • Holger Levsen: 20200629-developers-reference-challenge
    developer-reference challenge: get the bug count down to 0 As of now, the BTS counts 52 bugs for src:developers-reference and I'd like to get this down to zero, because src:developers-reference is just documenting best practices and this should be easy and done well. So, I've been (...)

dimanche 28 juin 2020

  • Russ Allbery: PGP::Sign 1.00
    This is the first new release of PGP::Sign in 13 years, so it's long-overdue. I have finally updated it in preparation for creating a new, more modern signing key for the Big Eight Usenet hierarchies and issuing control messages with both the old and new keys, using GnuPG v2 for the new (...)

  • Steinar H. Gunderson: Two Chinese video encoders
    I started a project recently (now on hold) that would involve streaming from mobile cameras over 4G. Since I wanted something with better picture quality than mobile phones on gimbals, the obvious question became: How can you take in HDMI (or SDI) and stream it out over SRT? We looked at (...)

samedi 27 juin 2020

  • Russell Coker: Links June 2020
    Bruce Schneier wrote an informative post about Zoom security problems [1]. He recommends Jitsi which has a Debian package of their software and it's free software. Axel Beckert wrote an interesting post about keyboards with small numbers of keys, as few as 28 [2]. It's not something I'd ever (...)

  • Dirk Eddelbuettel: littler 0.3.11: docopt updates
    The twelveth release of littler as a CRAN package is now available, following in the fourteen-ish year history as a package started by Jeff in 2006, and joined by me a few weeks later. littler is the first command-line interface for R as it predates Rscript. It allows for piping as well for (...)

vendredi 26 juin 2020

  • Chris Lamb: On the pleasure of hating
  • Norbert Preining: KDE/Plasma 5.19.2 for Debian
    After the long wait (or should I say The Long Dark) finally Qt 5.14 has arrived in Debian/unstable, and thus the doors for KDE/Plasma 5.19 are finally open. I have been preparing this release for quite some time, but due to Qt 5.12 I could only test it in a virtual machine using (...)

  • Jonathan Dowland: Our Study
  • Martin Michlmayr: ledger2beancount 2.3 released
    I released version 2.3 of ledger2beancount, a ledger to beancount converter. There are three notable changes with this release: Performance has significantly improved. One large, real-world test case has gone from around 160 seconds to 33 seconds. A smaller test case has gone from 11 seconds (...)

  • Reproducible Builds (diffoscope): diffoscope 149 released
    The diffoscope maintainers are pleased to announce the release of diffoscope version 149. This version includes the following changes: [ Chris Lamb ] * Update tests for file 5.39. (Closes: reproducible-builds/diffoscope#179) * Downgrade the tlsh warning message to an "info" level warning. (...)

  • Dirk Eddelbuettel: RcppSimdJson 0.0.6: New Upstream, New Features!
    A very exciting RcppSimdJson release with the updated upstream simdjson release 0.4.0 as well as a first set of new JSON parsing functions just hit CRAN. RcppSimdJson wraps the fantastic and genuinely impressive simdjson library by Daniel Lemire and collaborators. Via very clever algorithmic (...)

jeudi 25 juin 2020

  • Russell Coker: How Will the Pandemic Change Things?
    The Bulwark has an interesting article on why they can't “Reopen America” [1]. I wonder how many changes will be long term. According to the Wikipedia List of Epidemics [2] Covid-19 so far hasn't had a high death toll when compared to other pandemics of the last 100 years. People's (...)

mercredi 24 juin 2020

mardi 23 juin 2020

lundi 22 juin 2020

dimanche 21 juin 2020

  • Dirk Eddelbuettel: T^4 #7 and R^4 #5: R and CRAN Binaries for Ubuntu
    A new video in both our T^4 series of video lightning talks with tips, tricks, tools, and toys is also a video in the R^4 series as it revisits a topic previously covered in the latter: how to (more easily) get (binary) packages onto your Ubuntu system. In fact, we show it in three different (...)

  • Daniel Lange: Upgrading Limesurvey with (near) zero downtime
  • Molly de Blanc: Fire
    The world is on fire. I know many of you are either my parents friends or here for the free software thoughts, but rather than listen to me, I want you to listed to Black voices in these fields. If you're not Black, it's your job to educate yourself on issues that affect Black people all over (...)

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