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Thursday 27 March 2014

Wednesday 26 March 2014

  • Steve Kemp: A diversion on off-site storage
    Yesterday I took a diversion from thinking about my upcoming cache project, largely because I took some pictures inside my house, and realized my offsite backup was getting full. I have three levels of backups: Home stuff on my desktop is replicated to my wifes desktop, and vice-versa. A (...)

  • Neil Williams: LAVA packages for Debian
    Packaging LAVA for Debian unstable with notes on other distributions I've been building packages for LAVA on Debian unstable for several months now and I've been running LAVA jobs on the laptop and on devices in my home lab and on an ARMv7 arndale too. Current LAVA installations use (...)

  • Wouter Verhelst: LDAP and Kerberos authentication
    Kerberos is a great protocol for single sign-on authentication. It's supported by many protocols, allowing you to not have to enter a password to each and every one of them; instead, the protocols behind the scenes (not "just" Kerberos, but also the things that embed tickets, such as (...)

  • Mario Lang: Accessible DNS hosting with LuaDNS
    I used to host my internet infrastructure at Hurricane Electric. It all started in october 1998 with POP3/SMTP, HTTP and DNS. In the coming years, I began to host all services except DNS on my own. But I kept using he.net for its DNS management interface. It was dead simple, and therefore (...)

  • Russ Allbery: krb5-strength 3.0
    krb5-strength is the password strength checking code that we use at Stanford for our primary Kerberos realm. We've had quite a lot of difficulty deciding exactly what password strength checking we want to do and how we want to handle password history. The good part is that this is to the (...)

  • Russ Allbery: rra-c-util 5.4
    Further improvements to the shared infrastructure I use for my various packages. This release adds new Autoconf macros for detecting SQLite. These use the same strategy that I used for libevent, and which I'm slowly adopting for all libraries that support pkg-config. pkg-config is tried (...)

  • Andrew Pollock: [life] Day 57: UnderWater World (now known as Sea Life: Mooloolaba)
    My late biological maternal grandmother ("Nana"), remarried late in her life to a long-time friend named Bryce. I was probably an early teenager. He was a nice guy, and I kept in loose contact with him after my Nana passed away. After my Nana passed away, he moved out of the retirement home (...)

  • Clint Adams: Belinda Carlisle (@belindaofficial) retweeted one of your Tweets!
    Now that ZOMG has support for Opus, I find myself wondering how one does the equivalent of vorbisgain, preferably without floating-point.

  • Dirk Eddelbuettel: RProtoBuf 0.4.1
    A new bug-fix release release 0.4.1 of RProtoBuf, is now on CRAN. RProtoBuf provides GNU R bindings for the Google Protocol Buffers ("Protobuf") data encoding library used and released by Google, and deployed as a language and operating-system agnostic protocol by numerous projects. Murray (...)

  • DSA-2884 libyaml
    security update

  • DSA-2886 libxalan2-java
    security update

  • DSA-2885 libyaml-libyaml-perl
    security update

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. (...)

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