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Dirk Eddelbuettel: tidyCpp 0.0.5 on CRAN: More Protect’ion
17.09.2021 13:19
Another small release of the tidyCpp package arrived on CRAN overnight. The packages offers a clean C++ layer (as well as one small C++ helper class) on top of the C API for R which aims to make u...
Reproducible Builds (diffoscope): diffoscope 184 released
17.09.2021 02:00
The diffoscope maintainers are pleased to announce the release of diffoscope version 184. This version includes the following changes: [ Chris Lamb ] * Fix the semantic comparison of R's .rdb files...
Chris Lamb: On Colson Whitehead's Harlem Shuffle
16.09.2021 18:10
Colson Whitehead's latest novel, Harlem Shuffle, was always going to be widely reviewed, if only because his last two books won Pulitzer prizes. Still, after enjoying both The Underground Railro...
Steinar H. Gunderson: plocate in Fedora
15.09.2021 23:37
It seems that due to the work of Zbigniew Jędrzejewski-Szmek, plocate is now in Fedora Rawhide. This carries a special significance; not only in Fedora an important distribution, but it is also t...
Ian Jackson: Get source to Debian packages only via dgit; "official" git links are beartraps
15.09.2021 16:57
tl;dr dgit clone sourcepackage gets you the source code, as a git tree, in ./sourcepackage. cd into it and dpkg-buildpackage -uc -b. Do not use: "VCS" links on official Debian web pages like tr...
Sven Hoexter: PV - Monitoring Envertech Microinverter via envertecportal.com
14.09.2021 22:11
Some time ago I looked briefly at an Envertech data logger for small scale photovoltaic setups. Turned out that PV inverter are kinda unreliable, and you really have to monitor them to notice downt...
Joachim Breitner: A Candid explainer: Quirks
14.09.2021 20:13
This is the fifth and final post in a series about the interface description language Candid. If you made it this far, you now have a good understanding of what Candid is, what it is for and how i...
Jonathan Dowland: GHC rewrite rules
14.09.2021 17:24
The Glasgow Haskell Compiler (GHC) has support for user-supplied rewrite rules, which applied during one of the compiler optimisation stages. An example rule is {-# RULES "streamFilter fuse...
Debian Social Team: Some site updates
14.09.2021 12:07
PeerTube has been upgraded to version 3.4.0.WriteFreely has been upgraded to version 0.13.1.Matrix has been upgraded to version 1.40.0-1~bpo11+1.Element has been upgraded to version 1.8.4.Jitsi h...
John Goerzen: Facebook’s Blocking Decisions Are Deliberate – Including Their Censorship of Mastodon
13.09.2021 20:58
In the aftermath of my report of Facebook censoring mentions of the open-source social network Mastodon, there was a lot of conversation about whether or not this was deliberate. That conversation s...
Bits from Debian: New Debian Developers and Maintainers (July and August 2021)
13.09.2021 17:00
The following contributors got their Debian Developer accounts in the last two months: Aloïs Micard (creekorful) Sophie Brun (sophieb) The following contributors were added as Debian Maintainer...
Joachim Breitner: A Candid explainer: Language integration
13.09.2021 15:47
This is the forth post in a series about the interface description language Candid. Now for something completely different: How does Candid interact with the various host languages, i.e. the actu...
Russ Allbery: DocKnot 5.00
12.09.2021 21:53
This release is the culmination of a project that I've been wanting to do for two years, but nearly all the work was done in the past week. That experience made me rethink some of my skepticism, b...
Vincent Bernat: Short feedback on Cisco pyATS and Genie Parser
12.09.2021 18:31
Cisco pyATS is a framework for network automation and testing. It includes, among other things, an open-source multi-vendor set of parsers and models, Genie Parser. It features 2700 parsers for vari...
Russ Allbery: Pod::Thread 3.00
12.09.2021 04:18
This Perl module converts POD documents to thread, the macro language I use for my static site builder (about which, more in another software release coming up shortly). This release fixes a whole...
John Goerzen: Facebook Is Censoring People For Mentioning Open-Source Social Network Mastodon
11.09.2021 19:10
Update: Facebook has reversed itself over this censorship, but I maintain that whether the censorship was algorithmic or human, it was intentional either way. Details in my new post. Last November,...
Patrick Matthäi: kdenlive / mlt status in Debian Bullseye
10.09.2021 09:23
Debian 11 (Bullseye) comes with the mlt framework 6.24.0 and kdenlive 20.12.3. Unfortunately it was already too late (freeze) to build mlt with enabled OpenCV features, this are also required to use...
Enrico Zini: A nightmare of confcalls and microphones
10.09.2021 09:09
I had this nightmare where I had a very, very important confcall. I joined with Chrome. Chrome said Failed to access your microphone - Cannot use microphone for an unknown reason. Could not start au...
Dirk Eddelbuettel: RcppSMC 0.2.5 on CRAN: Build Update
10.09.2021 01:17
A week after the 0.2.5 release bringing the recent Google Summer of Code for RcppSMC to CRAN, we have a minor bug-fix release consistently, essentially, of one line. “Everybody’s favourite OS ...
Debian Social Team: Matrix Synapse updated and new plumbed IRC rooms
09.09.2021 15:55
Matrix synapse was updated to 1.40.0, during the upgrade the server was upgraded to Bullseye. The following Matrix rooms were plumbed to IRC: debian-eduskolelinuxskolelinux.deskolelinux.frde...
Bits from Debian: DebConf21 online closes
09.09.2021 15:00
On Saturday 28 August 2021, the annual Debian Developers and Contributors Conference came to a close. DebConf21 has been held online for the second time, due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) diseas...
Dirk Eddelbuettel: RcppSimdJson 0.1.6 on CRAN: New Upstream 1.0.0 !!
08.09.2021 23:34
The RcppSimdJson team is happy to share that a new version 0.1.6 arrived on CRAN earlier today. Its release coincides with release 1.0.0 of simdjson itself, which is included in this release too! ...
Thorsten Alteholz: My Debian Activities in August 2021
08.09.2021 18:16
FTP master Yeah, Bullseye is released, thanks a lot to everybody involved! This month I accepted 242 and rejected 18 packages. The overall number of packages that got accepted was 253. Debian LTS Th...
Ian Jackson: Wanted: Rust sync web framework
08.09.2021 13:29
tl;dr: Please recommend me a high-level Rust server-side web framework which is sync and does not plan to move to an async api. Why Async Rust gives somewhat higher performance. But it is consi...
Joachim Breitner: A Candid explainer: Opt is special
07.09.2021 18:53
This is the third post in a series about the interface description language Candid. The record extension problem Initially, the upgrade rules of Candid were a straight-forward application of the c...
Martin-Éric Racine: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
07.09.2021 13:21
Debian 11 (codename Bullseye) was recently released. This was the smoothest upgrade I've experienced in some 20 years as a Debian user. In my haste, I completely forgot to first upgrade dpkg and a...
Russell Coker: Oracle Cloud Free Tier
07.09.2021 10:44
It seems that every cloud service of note has a free tier nowadays and the Oracle Cloud is the latest that I’ve discovered (thanks to r/homelab which I highly recommend reading). Here’s Oracle...
Jelmer Vernooij: Web Hooks for the Janitor
06.09.2021 22:00
The Debian Janitor is an automated system that commits fixes for (minor) issues in Debian packages that can be fixed by software. It gradually started proposing merges in early December. The first s...
Vincent Bernat: Switching to the i3 window manager
06.09.2021 09:45
I have been using the awesome window manager for 10 years. It is a tiling window manager, configurable and extendable with the Lua language. Using a general-purpose programming language to configure...
Dirk Eddelbuettel: tidyCpp 0.0.4 on CRAN: Adding a Simple Numeric Vector Class
06.09.2021 05:03
Another release of the tidyCpp package arrived on CRAN earlier today. The packages offers a clean C++ layer on top of the C API for R which aims to make its use a little easier and more consistent...
Antoine Beaupré: Automating major Debian upgrades
05.09.2021 20:40
It's major upgrade time again! The Debian project just published the Debian 11 "bullseye" release, and it's pretty awesome! This makes me realized that I have never written here about my peculiar up...
Reproducible Builds: Reproducible Builds in August 2021
05.09.2021 11:18
Welcome to the latest report from the Reproducible Builds project. In this post, we round up the important things that happened in the world of reproducible builds in August 2021. As always, if yo...
François Marier: Using implicit TLS in Postfix
05.09.2021 06:30
In order to mitigate the NO STARTTLS vulnerabilities, I recently switched my local SMTP smarthosts from STARTTLS (port 587) to implicit TLS (port 465). Here are the key configuration parameters for...
Dirk Eddelbuettel: RQuantLib 0.4.13: Routine Update
03.09.2021 07:03
A new release 0.4.13 of RQuantLib arrived on CRAN yesterday, and has been uploaded to Debian as well. QuantLib is a very comprehensice free/open-source library for quantitative finance; RQuantLib ...
Reproducible Builds (diffoscope): diffoscope 183 released
03.09.2021 02:00
The diffoscope maintainers are pleased to announce the release of diffoscope version 183. This version includes the following changes: [ Chris Lamb ] * Add support for extracting Android signing bl...
Eddy Petrișor: Stretch to Buster upgrade issues: "Grub error: symbol ‘grub_is_lockdown’ not found", missing RTL8111/8168/8411 Ethernet driver and RTL8821CE Wireless adapter on Linux Kernel 5.10 (and 4.19)
02.09.2021 18:30
I have been Debian Stretch running on my HP Pavilion 14-ce0000nq laptop since buying it back in April 2019, just before my presence at Oxidizeconf where I presented "How to Rust When Standards Are...
Ian Jackson: partial-borrow: references to restricted views of a Rust struct
02.09.2021 18:28
tl;dr: With these two crazy proc-macros you can hand out multipe (perhaps mutable) references to suitable subsets/views of the same struct. Why In Otter I have adopted a style where I try to av...
Norbert Preining: Reducing (sparsifying) qcow2 image of Windows10
02.09.2021 05:17
Since joining Fujitsu I am permanently running a VM (kvm/qemu) with Windows 10 (unfortunately necessary). While the usaged disk space is about 50G, the actual qcow2 file had grown to over 180G, no...
Holger Levsen: 20210901-Debian-Reunion-Hamburg-2021
02.09.2021 00:22
Debian Reunion Hamburg 2021 Moin! I'm glad to finally be able to send out this invitation for the "Debian Reunion Hamburg 2021" taking place at the venue of the 2018 & 2019 MiniDebConfs! Th...
Paul Wise: FLOSS Activities August 2021
01.09.2021 03:10
Focus This month I didn't have any particular focus. I just worked on issues in my info bubble. Changes zxing-cpp: use system deps, fix Python tests git-remote-hg: gitignore hexedit: add test li...
Junichi Uekawa: Already September.
01.09.2021 01:59
Already September. Trying to update first devices to bullseye. Many raspberry pis. ...
Russ Allbery: kstart 4.3
31.08.2021 06:23
kstart provides the programs k5start and krenew, which are similar to the Kerberos kinit program with some extra support for running programs with separate credentials and running as a daemon. T...
Benjamin Mako Hill: Returning to DebConf
31.08.2021 03:29
I first started using Debian sometime in the mid 90s and started contributing as a developer and package maintainer more than two decades years ago. My first very first scholarly publication, coll...
Joachim Breitner: A Candid explainer: Safe higher-order upgrades
30.08.2021 23:21
This is the second post in a series about the interface description language Candid. Safe upgrades A central idea behind Candid is that services evolve over time, and so also their interfaces evol...
Andrew Cater: Oh, my goodness, where's the fantastic barbeque [OMGWTFBBQ 2021]
30.08.2021 20:52
 I'm guessing the last glasses will be through the dishwasher (again) and Pepper the dog can settle down without having to cope with so many people.For those who don't know - Steve and his wife Jo ...
Thomas Goirand: developers-reference needs love
30.08.2021 11:52
During Debconf, Holger, who’s one of the developers-reference maintainers, made a quick presentation that was explaining the developers-reference needs some love. Indeed, it has gathered dust, a...
Russell Coker: Links August 2021
30.08.2021 10:31
Sciencealert has an interesting article on a game to combat misinformation by “microdosing” people [1]. The game seemed overly simplistic to me, but I guess I’m not the target demographic. Res...
Joachim Breitner: A Candid explainer: The rough idea
29.08.2021 17:51
One of the technologies that was created by DFINITY as we built the “Internet Computer” is Candid. Candid is a language to describe the interface of a service, with named methods, arguments a...
Kentaro Hayashi: Latest topics about fabre.debian.net
29.08.2021 13:46
Aug 28, 2021, I gave a short talk about "Latest topics about fabre.debian.net" at DebConf21. You can see the presentation slide here: slide.rabbit-shocker.org Short talk explanation is here: d...
Anton Gladky: 2021/08, FLOSS activity
28.08.2021 20:00
LTS This is my sixth month of working for LTS. I was assigned 12 hrs and worked all of them. Released DLAs DLA 2742-1 ffmpeg_7:3.2.15-0+deb9u3 CVE-2020-22036: A heap-based Buffer Overflow vulner...
Andrew Cater: "If you do it twice, it's tradition" - says nattie
28.08.2021 11:26
 Thanks to all who've made Debconf 21 such a good place to be.  A song for Debconf21 ["What shall we do with the drunken sailor"] What shall we do with the online Debconf?What shall we d...
Reproducible Builds (diffoscope): diffoscope 182 released
27.08.2021 02:00
The diffoscope maintainers are pleased to announce the release of diffoscope version 182. This version includes the following changes: [ Chris Lamb ] * Also ignore, for example, spurious "fwGCC: (D...
Jelmer Vernooij: Thousands of Debian packages updated from their upstream Git repository
25.08.2021 20:00
The Debian Janitor is an automated system that commits fixes for (minor) issues in Debian packages that can be fixed by software. It gradually started proposing merges in early December. The first s...
John Goerzen: Excellent Experience with Debian Bullseye
25.08.2021 19:41
I’ve appreciated the bullseye upgrade, like most Debian upgrades. I’m not quite sure how, since I was already running a backports kernel, but somehow the entire system is snappier. Maybe newer...
Bits from Debian: DebConf21 welcomes its sponsors!
25.08.2021 19:15
DebConf21 is taking place online, from 24 August to 28 August 2021. It is the 22nd Debian conference, and organizers and participants are working hard together at creating interesting and fruitfu...
Raphaël Hertzog: Freexian’s report about Debian Long Term Support, July 2021
25.08.2021 10:53
Like each month, have a look at the work funded by Freexian’s Debian LTS offering. Debian project funding In July, we put aside 2400 EUR to fund Debian projects. We haven’t received ...
Norbert Preining: OBS builds of KDE/Plasma for Debian/Bullseye – Testing – Unstable
24.08.2021 04:23
With the release of Debian/Bullseye last week, we can now support the stable Debian release (Bullseye) as well as Testing and Unstable releases with our build of KDE/Plasma (frameworks, plasma, ge...
Vincent Bernat: ThinkPad X1 Carbon (Gen 7): 2 years later
23.08.2021 23:35
Two years ago, I replaced my ThinkPad X1 Carbon 2014 with the latest generation. The new configuration embeds an Intel Core i7-8565U, 16 Gib of RAM, a 1 Tib NVMe disk, and a WQHD display (2560...
Clint Adams: Mystical secrets of the bookworm
23.08.2021 19:00
∵ unmerged /usr is unsupported in bookworm and sid has been feeding bookworm since 2021-08-14, unmerged /usr is also unsupported in sid since 2021-08-14, no one using any portion of either book...
Bits from Debian: Lenovo, Infomaniak, Roche, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google, Platinum Sponsors of DebConf21
23.08.2021 10:30
We are very pleased to announce that Lenovo, Infomaniak, Roche, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google, have committed to supporting DebConf21 as Platinum sponsors. As a global technology leader ma...
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