Skip to maddog, Stallman, Amadeu, GNU, Debian

Jon ‘maddog’ Hall

Linux Journal

  • IP Voice 2008 - Lisbon, Portugal - March 5th to 6th, 2008 -

    IP Voice 2008 (http://www.ipvoice2008.com/eng/index2.php) will be held in Lisbon, Portugal on March 5th to 6th, 2008, and with the main audience of this conference being targeted to enterprise customers and communication carriers.

    There have been a number of Open Software Phone projects that have happened in the past year and which continue to move forward: more>>

  • Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit - Austin, Texas - April 8th to 10th, 2008 -

    Unlike a lot of the events that I discuss in my Blog, the Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit is a "by invitation only" event with a twist. Normally for "invitation only events", the potential attendee sits by the phone with their prom clothes on, waiting for the call that may or may not come. more>>

  • Campus Party, February 11-17, 2008, Sao Paulo, Brazil -

    After speaking at the Florida Linux Show on February 11th, I return ever-so-briefly to the New England area to re-pack my bags and head for Sao Paulo, Brazil to attend Campus Party (February 11th to 17th, 2008). more>>

  • LPI Community Corner

    Skip to maddog, Stallman, Amadeu, GNU, Debian

    Richard Stallman’s Blog

  • Charged with planning to fight for PISSI -

    Three men were arrested in the US and charged with planning to go to Syria and fight for PISSI.

    It appears they were encouraged by a secret FBI provocateur, without whom they might never have planned to do anything.

  • Predicting peoples appearance from DNA -

    Predicting people's appearance from DNA brings a range of dangers.

  • Wall Street swindles -

    How Wall Street Siphons Billions From Retirees — And Gets Away With It.

    Banksters swindled California school districts too. Then the Federal Reserve pushed them to hand the banksters even more.

  • Skip to maddog, Stallman, Amadeu, GNU, Debian

    Sérgio Amadeu

    Trezentos

  • Descobertos e (re)misturados - Este artigo foi escrito por Fabianne Balvedi originalmente para a edição n.45 da Revista ABCDesign, codinome “Origens” ( http://estudiolivre.org/tiki-view_blog.php?blogId=8 ) Era junho de 2004, e eu estava em uma das apresentações mais badaladas do FISL V – Quinto Fórum Internacional Software Livre. Apesar de trabalhar com programas de código aberto desde 2001, fazia muito pouco [...]
  • CANDIDATO dos TUCANOS DEFENDEU TRABALHO INFANTIL. JUSTIÇA COMPROVA - Jonas Donizete, desesperado, despreparado, orientado pelos mesmos marketeiros de Alckmin e Serra, tentou nos programas de TV dizer que nunca tinha apresentado nenhum projeto favorável ao trabalho infantil. Como não conseguiu impedir o acesso ao projeto de lei 9236/1997, de sua autoria, no site Câmara de Vereadores, solicitou à Jutiça Eleitoral o bloqueio das denuncias, [...]
  • JONAS DONIZETE, DO PSB, DEFENDE TRABALHO INFANTIL - Jonas Donizete, candidato de Alckmin e dos tucanos a Prefeitura de Campinas, apoiado por Luiza Erundina, apresentou o vergonhoso projeto que defende trabalho de crianças a partir de 7 anos de idade. O pior é que ele mente na TV e diz que nunca apresentou o projeto. Ele aposta na ignorância. Então, desafio ele e [...]
  • Skip to maddog, Stallman, Amadeu, GNU, Debian

    GNU`s News

  • Riccardo Mottola: FTP 0.5 for GNUstep and Mac - I'm happy to announce a new release of FTP, the file transfer application of the GNUstep Application Project.

    It is designed for GNUstep and completely native on the Mac too, with version 0.5 being available as a binary for both for PPC and Intel, as well, of course, as the usual source tarball for Unix.
    (Please wait for the GNU.org mirrors to propagate the files or grab the sources from SVN)

    There are some new features as well as bug fixes:
    • Creation of local and remote directories
    • Command to refresh the current directory listing, local and remote
    • File renaming, local and remote
    • Drag&Drop for uploading a file from GWorkspace/Finder to remote file panel
    • better handling of local and remote write errors
    • better parsing of File Sizes returned by FTP servers
    • better handling of file adding to the views, so that less "refresh" is needed
    • Bug fixes with multiple selection uploads
    • Code cleanup for better portability (gcc/clang, old and new runtime, Cocoa)

  • GNUtls: GnuTLS goes to gitlab -

    The source code has been moved to gitlab.

  • administration @ Savannah: Savannah https SSL certificates updated -

    The https SSL certificates for the Savannah web site have been updated.

  • Skip to maddog, Stallman, Amadeu, GNU, Debian

    Debian Project News

  • A brief history of the arm64 port - Steve McIntyre walks us through a brief history of the Debian ARM port.
  • The newsletter for the Debian community - Now an official release architecture for Jessie, arm64 took many years and a lot of CPU time considering the over 21,000 source packages available. From the inception of the port, developers struggled for accessible hardware and were only able to work on it using ARM's AArch64 software models, until the folks running the Tianhe-2 supercomputer project in China contacted the team to offer access to their arm64 hardware.
  • First release candidate of Jessie Debian Installer - The Debian Installer Jessie RC1 release has been announced. Changes include checks for missing firmware, the official artwork for Jessie, the renaming of 486 to 586, and an updated mirror listing. Other items of note are language support for 75 languages, a PXE-bootable grub.efi, imx6 support and netcfg interface.d support. The Debian Installer team extends a Thank You to all the people who contributed towards this release. The team also extends a call for help for testers to help find bugs in all media available.