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Wednesday 26 March 2014

Tuesday 25 March 2014

  • Julien Danjou: The Hacker's Guide to Python released!
    And done! It took me just 8 months to do this entire book project around Python. From the first day I started writing to today, where I finally publish and sell – almost entirely – myself this book. I'm really proud of what I've achieved so far, as this was something totally (...)

  • Francesca Ciceri: A crafty roundup: projects from the last months
    A quick roundup of things I made during the last months, following tutorials here and there. 1: a soft bunny more or less based on this one 2: skelly man! You can find pattern and instructions on Chez Beeper Bebe's blog 3: bibs: the embroidered one is based on this pattern by Charlotte (...)

  • Richard Hartmann: Train them to submit
    And today from our ever-growing collection of what the fuck is wrong with you people?!... This is wrong on so many levels, I can't even begin to describe it. Sadly, it seems that this will get funded. And if it does not, technology will only become cheaper over (...)

  • Petter Reinholdtsen: Public Trusted Timestamping services for everyone
  • Russell Coker: Nexus5 Armourdillo Hybrid Case
    I've just been given an Armourdillo Hybrid case for the Nexus 5 [1] to review. The above pictures show the back of the case, the front of the case, the stand, and the front of the case with the screen blank. When I first photographed the case the camera focused on a reflection of the window, I (...)

  • Andrew Pollock: [life] Day 56, Kindergarten, rain, taxes
    There was quite the torrential downpour overnight. It woke me up, and it woke Zoe up too, and at about 1:45am she ended up in bed with me. I think she managed to invent a new baby sleep position, where she was on my pillow, perpendicular to me along the bed head, and had somehow ejected the (...)

  • Sylvain Le Gall: Release of OASIS 0.4.3
    I am happy to announce the release of OASIS v0.4.3. OASIS is a tool to help OCaml developers to integrate configure, build and install systems in their projects. It should help to create standard entry points in the source code build system, allowing external tools to analyse projects easily. (...)

Monday 24 March 2014

  • Andrew Shadura: Tired of autotools? Try this: mk-configure
    mk-configure is a project which tries to be autotools done right. Instead of supporting an exceedingly large number of platforms, modern and ancient, at costs of generated unreadable multi-kilobyte shell scripts, mk-configure aims at better support of less platforms, but those which are really (...)

  • Steinar H. Gunderson: Detecting Windows XP in dhcpd.conf
    With Windows XP going out of security support on April 8th, it can be useful to detect XP clients on your local networks so you can shut them down or upgrade them to something (more) secure. A natural point would be the DHCP server (e.g. so you can quarantine the machines to a separate (...)

  • Michael Prokop: kamailio-deb-jenkins: Open Source Jenkins setup for Debian Packaging
    Kamailio is an Open Source SIP Server. Since beginning of March 2014 a new setup for Kamailio‘s Debian packages is available. Development of this setup is sponsored by Sipwise and I am responsible for its infrastructure part (Jenkins, EC2, jenkins-debian-glue). The setup includes support (...)

  • Michael Prokop: Building Debian+Ubuntu packages on EC2
  • Steve Kemp: New GPG-key
    I've now generated a new GPG-key for myself: $ gpg --fingerprint 229A4066 pub 4096R/0C626242 2014-03-24 Key fingerprint = D516 C42B 1D0E 3F85 4CAB 9723 1909 D408 0C62 6242 uid Steve Kemp (Edinburgh, Scotland) sub 4096R/229A4066 2014-03-24 The key can be found online via mit.edu : (...)

  • Elena 'valhalla' Grandi: Moving away from google services, step N out of M
    For years, I've used a gmail account to subscribe to public mailing lists because it was convenient, it had excellent spam filtering and since the lists were already available on google-indexed public archive I felt that there was no real privacy issue. I already have a local copy of every (...)

  • Michal Čihař: GSoC 2014 applications for phpMyAdmin
    As usual, I look at the application stats for phpMyAdmin just after student application period of Google Summer of Code is over. First of all we got more proposals than in last years, this time there is way more students from India and discussions on mentors lists shows this is quite similar (...)

  • Steve Kemp: So I failed at writing some clustered code in Perl
    Until this time next month I'll be posting code-based discussions only. Recently I've been wanting to explore creating clustered services, because clusters are definitely things I use professionally. My initial attempt was to write an auto-clustering version of memcached, because (...)

  • Matthew Garrett: What free software means to me
    I was awarded the Free Software Foundation Award for the Advancement of Free Software this weekend[1]. I'd been given some forewarning, and I spent a bunch of that time thinking about how free software had influenced my life. It turns out that it's a lot. I spent most of the 90s growing (...)

  • Russ Allbery: Term::ANSIColor 4.03
  • Chris Lamb: Fingerspitzengef?hl

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Monday 17 March 2014

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