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Tuesday 30 September 2014

  • Lisandro Damián Nicanor Pérez Meyer: Qt5 in Jessie: we will release with 5.3.2
    Qt 5.3.2 has entered testing a few hours ago. This will be the version of Qt we will release with Debian Jessie, and it happens to be a nice coincidence, because upstream focused in stability for the 5.3 branch. I'll now focus in fixing as many bugs as possible and in backporting Qt5 to (...)

  • Gunnar Wolf: Diego G?mez: Imprisoned for sharing
    I got word via the Electronic Frontier Foundation about an act of injustice happening to a person for doing... Not only what I do day to day, but what I promote and believe to be right: Sharing academic articles. Diego is a Colombian, working towards his Masters degree on conservation and (...)

  • Russell Coker: Links September 2014
    Matt Palmer wrote a short but informative post about enabling DNS in a zone [1]. I really should setup DNSSEC on my own zones. Paul Wayper has some insightful comments about the Liberal party's nasty policies towards the unemployed [2]. We really need a Basic Income in Australia. Joseph Heath (...)

  • Rapha?l Hertzog: My Debian LTS report for September
  • Mario Lang: A simple C++11 concurrent workqueue
    For a little toy project of mine (a wikipedia XML dump word counter) I wrote a little C++11 helper class to distribute work to all available CPU cores. It took me many years to overcome my fear of threading: In the past, whenever I toyed with threaded code, I ended up having a lot of deadlocks, (...)

  • Francois Marier: Encrypted mailing list on Debian and Ubuntu
    Running an encrypted mailing list is surprisingly tricky. One of the first challenges is that you need to decide what the threat model is. Are you worried about someone compromising the list server? One of the subscribers stealing the list of subscriber email addresses? You can't just "turn (...)

  • Dirk Eddelbuettel: Rcpp 0.11.3
    A new release 0.11.3 of Rcpp is now on the CRAN network for GNU R, and an updated Debian package has been uploaded too. Rcpp has become the most popular way of enhancing GNU R with C++ code. As of today, 273 packages on CRAN depend on Rcpp for making analyses go faster and further. This (...)

  • DSA-3040 rsyslog
    security update

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