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Thursday 19 February 2015

Tuesday 17 February 2015

  • Lucas Nussbaum: Some email organization tips and tricks
  • Clint Adams: Copyleft licenses are oppressing someone
    I go to a party, carrying two expensive bottles of liquor that I have acquired from faraway lands. The hosts of the party provide a variety of liquors, snacks, and mixers. Some neuro guy shows up, looks around, feels guilty, says that he should have brought something. His friend shows up, (...)

  • John Goerzen: “Has Linux lost its way?” comments prompt a Debian developer to revisit FreeBSD after 20 years
    I'll admit it. I have a soft spot for FreeBSD. FreeBSD was the first Unix I ran, and it was somewhere around 20 years ago that I did so, before I switched to Debian. Even then, I still used some of the FreeBSD Handbook to learn Linux, because Debian didn't have the great Reference that it does (...)

  • Enrico Zini: akonadi-install
    Setting up Akonadi Now that I have a CalDAV server that syncs with my phone I would like to use it from my desktop. It looks like akonadi is able to sync with CalDAV servers, so I'm giving it a try. First thing first is to give a meaning to the arbitrary name of this thing. Wikipedia (...)

  • Peter Eisentraut: Listing screen sessions on login
    There is a lot of helpful information about screen out there, but I haven't found anything about this. I don't want to “forget” any screen sessions, so I'd like to be notified when I log into a box and there are screens running for me. Obviously, there is screen -ls, but it needs to (...)

Monday 16 February 2015

Sunday 15 February 2015

  • Vitrine Star Wars ? la Grande R?cr? de St Bonnet de Mure (69)
  • Montage du set city "Coast Guard" 60012
  • Antonio Terceiro: rmail: reviving upstream maintaince
    It is always fun to write new stuff, and be able to show off that shiny new piece of code that just come out of your brilliance and/or restless effort. But the world does not spin based just on shiny things; for free software to continue making the world work, we also need the dusty, and maybe (...)

  • Jingjie Jiang: Less is More
    Things haven't gone well recently. I have been working on refactoring stuff for the past two or three weeks. At first, I found it much more exciting and interesting than merely fixing minor bugs. So I worked on most parts of the codebase, and made lots of changes. It took me much more time (...)

  • Sergio Talens-Oliag: Retooling
    I haven't blogged for a long time, but I've decided that I'm going to try to write again, at least about technical stuff. My plan was to blog about the projects I've been working on lately, the main one being the setup of the latest version of Kolab with the systems we already (...)

  • Clint Adams: Now with Stripe and Twitter too
    I just had the best Valentine's Day ever.

  • Matthew Palmer: The Vicious Circle of Documentation
    Ever worked at a company (or on a codebase, or whatever) where it seemed like, no matter what the question was, the answer was written down somewhere you could easily find it? Most people haven't, sadly, but they do exist, and I can assure you that it is an absolute pleasure. On the other (...)

Saturday 14 February 2015

Friday 13 February 2015

Thursday 12 February 2015

Wednesday 11 February 2015

Tuesday 10 February 2015

  • Enrico Zini: systemd-default-rescue
    seat-inspect Four months ago I wrote this somewhere: Seeing a DD saying "this new dbus stuff scares me" would make most debian users scared. Seeing a DD who has an idea of what is going on, and who can explain it, would be an interesting and exciting experience. So, let's be exemplary, (...)

  • Clint Adams: To Forth, Peoroxol
    Carlton Ward Andy Dickerson Becky Radway Becca Blackwell Hilary Chaplain Kathryn Holmes Alison BBGPG Lizzie Carena S/E/M/L Charley Layton

  • Petter Reinholdtsen: Nude body scanner now present on Norwegian airport
    Aftenposten, one of the largest newspapers in Norway, today report that three of the nude body scanners now is put to use at Gardermoen, the main airport in Norway. This way the travelers can have their body photographed without cloths when visiting Norway. Of course this horrible news is (...)

  • Benjamin Mako Hill: Kuchisake-onna Decision Tree
    Mika recently brought up the Japanese modern legend of Kuchisake-onna (口裂け女). For background, I turned to the English Wikipedia article on Kuchisake-onna which had the following to say about the figure (the description matches Mika's memory): According to the (...)

  • John Goerzen: Has modern Linux lost its way? (Some thoughts on jessie)
    For years, I used to run Debian sid (unstable) on all my personal machines. Laptops, workstations, sometimes even my personal servers years ago ran sid. Sid was, as its name implies, unstable. Sometimes things broke. But it wasn't a big deal, because I could always get in there and fix it (...)

  • Dirk Eddelbuettel: RPushbullet 0.2.0
    A new releases of the RPushbullet package (interfacing the neat Pushbullet service) arrived on CRAN today. It brings several weeks of extensions, corrections and cleanups---with key contributions by Mike Birdgeneau and Henrik Bengtsson. RPushbullet now has support for channels (a reasonably (...)

  • Carl Chenet: Backup Checker 1.0, the fully automated backup checker

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