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  • Andy Wingo: sign of the times
    le 08/04/2021 à 7:09

    Hello all! There is a mounting backlog of things that landed in Guile recently and to avoid having to eat the whole plate in one bite, I'm going to try to send some shorter missives over the next weeks.Today's is about a silly thing, dynamic-link. This interface is dlopen, but "portable". See, […]

  • GNU Guix: Outreachy 'guix git log' internship wrap-up
    le 08/04/2021 à 5:00

    Magali Lemes joined Guix in December for a three-month internship with Outreachy. Magali implemented a guix git log command to browse the history of packaging changes, with mentoring from Simon Tournier and Gábor Boskovits. In this blog post, Magali and Simon wrap up on what's been […]

  • FSF Blogs: March GNU Spotlight with Mike Gerwitz: 14 new GNU releases!
    le 07/04/2021 à 4:46

    14 new GNU releases in the last month (as of March 25, 2021):

  • poke @ Savannah: [VIDEO] Terminal Hyperlinks in GNU poke
    le 06/04/2021 à 5:58

    Terminal Hyperlinks are a new way for programs to print click-able text in terminals and terminal emulators.  Along with the app:// protocol, the hyperlinks can be used to greatly enhance the experience of using CLI (command-line interface) programs.  We are making extensive usage of this […]

  • libredwg @ Savannah: libredwg-0.12.4 released
    le 06/04/2021 à 12:40

    Fixed many more minor fuzzing errors. See https://www.gnu.org/software/libredwg/ and https://github.com/LibreDWG/libredwg/blob/0.12.4/NEWS Here are the compressed sources: http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/libredwg/libredwg-0.12.4.tar.gz (17.4MB) http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/libredwg/libredwg-0.12.4.tar.xz (9MB) […]

  • Parabola GNU/Linux-libre: i686 desktop users should refrain from upgrading
    le 05/04/2021 à 11:22

    users of a GTK-based desktops (LXDE, MATE, possibly others) on the i686 system, should refrain from upgrading for some time, or else the desktop may not start properly - this bug does not affect X86_64

  • Sylvain Beucler: planet.gnu.org is looking for a new host and maintainer
    le 05/04/2021 à 10:48

    Around 3 years ago I revamped planet.gnu.org and hosted it myself, as the previous host was defunc. I won't have the energy host it for much longer, so planet.gnu.org is now looking for a new host and maintainer. In any case I'll shut down the service when I upgrade to Debian 11 "bullseye" in a […]

  • GNUnet News: GNUnet 0.14.1
    le 03/04/2021 à 10:00

    GNUnet 0.14.1Continuing to "release early / release often", we presentGNUnet 0.14.1. This is a bugfix release for gnunet 0.14.0.Download linkshttp://ftpmirror.gnu.org/gnunet/gnunet-0.14.1.tar.gzhttp://ftpmirror.gnu.org/gnunet/gnunet-0.14.1.tar.gz.sigThe GPG key used to sign is: […]

  • Christopher Allan Webber: The hurt of this moment, hopes for the future
    le 31/03/2021 à 6:42

    Of the deeper thoughts I might give to this moment, I have given them elsewhere. For this blogpost, I just want to speak of feelings... feelings of hurt and hope. I am reaching out, collecting the feelings of those I see around me, writing them in my mind's journal. Though I hold clear positions […]

  • GNU Guix: Cuirass 1.0 released
    le 31/03/2021 à 9:00

    We are pleased to announce the release of Cuirass version 1.0, after almost five years of development and around 700 commits from 14 contributors.Cuirass is the GNU Guix continuous integration software. It's a general purpose build automation server written in GNU Guile that checks out sources from […]

  • FSF Blogs: Management team members resigning
    le 30/03/2021 à 8:37
  • FSF News: Statement from the FSF board of directors meeting on March 29, 2021
    le 30/03/2021 à 3:10
  • Mike Gran: Guile Potluck 2021 Part 1: Genshou and Anguish
    par noreply@blogger.com (Mike) le 30/03/2021 à 3:51

    PrefaceGuile Potluck 2021 was an event where hackers got to advertise their exciting new projects.  It wrapped up a few weeks ago, and at that time I was my intention to blog my way through the entrants right away.  Well, I have not been expedient on that front.I'm so very sorry it has […]

  • poke @ Savannah: [VIDEO] Hacking the BPF Type Format with GNU poke
    le 29/03/2021 à 2:24

    I just uploaded the pilot test of what will be a series of videos indended to show how to use poke, writing pickles, and the like.  It is very improvised and I have never made a screencap/video of this kind before, so please bear with me ;) https://youtu.be/n3ErUiLwFN4 Happy poking!

  • FSF News: Welcoming Ian Kelling to staff seat on FSF's board of directors
    le 29/03/2021 à 1:31
  • GNU Taler news: Why a Digital Euro should be Online-first and Bearer-based
    le 28/03/2021 à 10:00

    2021-3: "Why a Digital Euro should be Online-first and Bearer-based" publishedWe are happy to announce the publication of our paper on "Why a Digital Euro should be Online-first and Bearer-based".The European Central Bank’s “Report on a Digital Euro” considerstwo distinct types of […]

  • GNU Guix: Getting bytes to disk more quickly
    le 26/03/2021 à 2:00

    Let’s face it: functional package managers like Guix provide unequaled support for reproducibility and transactional upgrades, but the price to pay is that users often spend a fair amount of time downloading (or building) packages. Download times are okay on day-to-day use but they’re […]

  • FSF News: Update on work to improve governance at the FSF
    le 26/03/2021 à 4:10
  • Andy Wingo: here we go again
    le 25/03/2021 à 12:22

    Around 18 months ago, Richard Stallman was forced to resign from the Free Software Foundation board of directors and as president. It could have been anything -- at that point he already had a history of behaving in a way that was particularly alienating to women -- but in the end it was his […]

  • FSF News: Preliminary board statement on FSF governance
    le 25/03/2021 à 4:04
  • www-zh-cn @ Savannah: Letter to support RMS
    le 24/03/2021 à 7:03

    This is the email I sent to <info@fsf.org>, cc  <directors@fsf.org> Dear FSF, I write this letter to support Dr. Richard Stallman as a board member of FSF. Dr. Richard Stallman has been a strong leader in Free Software Movement ever since the beginning of free software. He has […]

  • parallel @ Savannah: GNU Parallel 20210322 ('2002-01-06') released [stable]
    le 22/03/2021 à 10:17

    GNU Parallel 20210322 ('2002-01-06') [stable] has been released. It is available for download at: http://ftpmirror.gnu.org/parallel/ No new functionality was introduced so this is a good candidate for a stable release. Please help spreading GNU Parallel by making a testimonial video like Juan […]

  • FSF Blogs: LibrePlanet day two: Empowering users in real and virtual space
    le 22/03/2021 à 1:55
  • www @ Savannah: The WWWorst App Store
    le 21/03/2021 à 1:32

    The WWWorst App Store by Alexandre Oliva Picture the most abusive app store. Programs in it are meant to run on your own computer. However, you have to be online to run them. Every time you start them, they contact the app store. If there is an updated version, it's installed automatically, […]

  • poke @ Savannah: GNU poke 1.1 has been released
    le 21/03/2021 à 9:49

    I am happy to announce a new release of GNU poke, version 1.1. This is a bug fix release in the poke 1.x series, and is the result of all the user feedback we have received since we did the first public release.  Our big thanks to everyone who provided feedback :) See the file NEWS in the […]

  • Amin Bandali: LibrePlanet 2021: Jami and how it empowers users
    le 21/03/2021 à 5:15

    I am giving my very first LibrePlanet talk today on March 20th. I will be talking about Jami, the GNU package for universal communication that respects the freedoms and privacy of its users. I'll be giving an introduction to Jami and its architecture, sharing important and exciting development […]

  • FSF Blogs: LibrePlanet 2021 day one: Taking action to empower users
    le 20/03/2021 à 11:55
  • FSF News: Free Software Awards winners announced: CiviCRM, Bradley Kuhn, and Alyssa Rosenzweig
    le 20/03/2021 à 11:05

    BOSTON, Massachusetts, USA -- Saturday, March 20, 2021 -- The Free Software Foundation (FSF) today announced the recipients of the 2020 Free Software Awards, which are given annually at the FSF's LibrePlanet conference to groups and individuals in the free software community who have made […]

  • GNU Guix: Risk of local privilege escalation via guix-daemon
    le 18/03/2021 à 1:00

    A security vulnerability that can lead to local privilege escalation has been found in guix-daemon. It affects multi-user setups in which guix-daemon runs locally.It does not affect multi-user setups where guix-daemon runs on a separate machine and is accessed over the network via […]

  • www @ Savannah: Let's Fight Back Nonfree JavaScript!
    le 12/03/2021 à 7:53

    LibreJS Blocks JavaScript, But the Site Will Not Function Here are some Guidelines and Suggestions to Fix That Write site-specific extensions to replace sites' JavaScript code Many websites damage users' freedom by sending nonfree JavaScript programs to the user's browser. We invite volunteers […]

  • FSF Blogs: Virtual LibrePlanet is full of space to explore!
    le 10/03/2021 à 9:40
  • GNU MediaGoblin: MediaGoblin 0.11.0: Punky Magmalian
    le 10/03/2021 à 6:00

    “Punky Magmalian Portrait” by Charlotte Koch (reproduced with permission)This release of MediaGoblin removes support for Python 2 and marks the end of five years of concurrent support for both Python 2 and Python 3. That’s a major achievement, so congratulations to everyone […]

  • GNUnet News: No GSoC projects in 2021
    le 08/03/2021 à 11:00

    No GSoC projects in 2021 For 2021, GNU has not been selected as a GSoC organization. This also means that GNUnet GSoC projects will not be offered through the GSoC programme. Thanks to all of those interested in our proposed projects and their efforts in preparing proposals, including […]

  • Andy Wingo: 99% spam
    le 08/03/2021 à 2:36

    Hey all, happy new year apparently! A quick service update on the old wingolog. For some time the site has been drowning in spam comments, despite my best efforts to point a bayesian classifier at the problem.I don't keep logs of the number of attempts at posting comments that don't pass the […]

  • mit-scheme @ Savannah: MIT/GNU Scheme version 11.2 is released
    le 08/03/2021 à 7:38

    This includes a bunch of bug fixes to 11.1, but is otherwise the same. Download from the usual place.

  • denemo @ Savannah: Release 2.5 out now.
    le 03/03/2021 à 10:32

    New Features     MusicXML export         Supports export of multi-movement scores     Support for Musical Sketches         Cut selection as sketch     Support for LilyPond […]

  • Applied Pokology: Padding and aligning data in GNU poke
    le 02/03/2021 à 12:00

    It is often the case in binary formats that certain elements are separated by some data that is not really used for any meaningful purpose other than occupy that space. The reason for keeping that space varies from case to case; sometimes to reserve it for […]

  • Applied Pokology: Learning the Poke language in Y minutes
    le 01/03/2021 à 12:00

    Mohammad-Reza Nabipoor has written a nice short tutorial called "Learn the Poke Language in Y minutes". The tutorial has the form of a Poke program itself, and I think it really highlights the most uncommon (and useful!) features of our domain-specific […]

  • Amin Bandali: How I do my Computing
    le 28/02/2021 à 12:00

    inspired by the computing page of rms Computers My librebooted ThinkPad X200 computer is the machine I use the most and where I do most of my computing. I also have the privilege of having access to a fleet of servers through our school's Computer Science Club that I use for some more […]

  • poke @ Savannah: GNU poke 1.0 released
    le 26/02/2021 à 10:06

    I am happy to announce the first release of GNU poke, version 1.0. The tarball poke-1.0.tar.gz is now available at https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/poke/poke-1.0.tar.gz.   GNU poke (http://www.jemarch.net/poke) is an interactive, extensible   editor for binary data.  Not limited to editing […]

  • libredwg @ Savannah: libredwg-0.12.3 released
    le 26/02/2021 à 9:23

    Add llvmfuzz and oss-fuzz integration, fixed many minor fuzzing errors. libfuzzer is much better than afl++ and honggfuzz. See https://www.gnu.org/software/libredwg/ and https://github.com/LibreDWG/libredwg/blob/0.12.3/NEWS Here are the compressed sources: […]

  • Applied Pokology: Using maps in GNU poke
    le 24/02/2021 à 12:00

    Editing data with GNU poke mainly involves creating mapped values and storing them in Poke variables. However, this may not be that convenient when poking several files simultaneously, and when the complexity of the data increases. poke provides a […]

  • poke @ Savannah: GNU poke 0.91 pre-released in alpha.gnu.org
    le 23/02/2021 à 10:23

    GNU poke (http://www.jemarch.net/poke) is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data.  Not limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to describe data structures and to operate on them. The […]

  • GNU Taler news: How to issue a Central Bank Digital Currency
    le 22/02/2021 à 11:00

    2021-2: "How to issue a Central Bank Digital Currency" publishedWe are happy to announce the publication of our paper on "How to Issue a Central Bank Digital Currency" by the Swiss National Bank.With the emergence of Bitcoin and recently proposed stablecoins from BigTechs, such as Diem (formerly […]

  • libredwg @ Savannah: libredwg-0.12.2 released
    le 22/02/2021 à 5:47

    Minor bugfix: Fixed extending the write buffer for the 2 CRC bytes. Occurs very seldomly (GH #315) See https://www.gnu.org/software/libredwg/ and https://github.com/LibreDWG/libredwg/blob/0.12.2/NEWS Here are the compressed sources:   […]

  • parallel @ Savannah: GNU Parallel 20210222 ('Ang Sang Su Kyi') released
    le 21/02/2021 à 9:58

    GNU Parallel 20210222 ('Ang Sang Su Kyi') has been released. It is available for download at: http://ftpmirror.gnu.org/parallel/ Please help spreading GNU Parallel by making a testimonial video like Juan Sierra Pons: http://www.elsotanillo.net/wp-content/uploads/GnuParallel_JuanSierraPons.mp4 It […]

  • Mike Gran: Guile Potluck 2021
    par noreply@blogger.com (Mike) le 18/02/2021 à 8:09

     Hello All-In celebration of the (slightly belated) 10-year anniversary of Guile v2.0, we're having another Guile Potluck!  The Guile Potluck is a randomly annual event to give people a chance to show off their Guile projects and skills.  Think of it as a game jam, but, not […]

  • health @ Savannah: GNU Health Hospital Management component 3.8 released!
    le 14/02/2021 à 10:27

    Dear community: I am very proud to announce the release of the series 3.8 from the GNU Health Hospital Management Information System (HMIS) component! Twelve years old, the GNU Health project has now become a Libre digital Health ecosystem, with different solutions to meet different realities, […]

  • freeipmi @ Savannah: FreeIPMI 1.6.7 Released
    le 13/02/2021 à 10:45

    FreeIPMI 1.6.7 - 02/12/21 ----------------------------------- o Do not require IPMI access when running ipmi-fru with the --fru-file option. o Fix default permissions of various config and system files. o Minor documentation updates. https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/freeipmi/freeipmi-1.6.7.tar.gz

  • mailutils @ Savannah: Version 3.12
    le 13/02/2021 à 12:46

    Version 3.12 of GNU mailutils is available for download.  This version includes the following bugfixes: Fix expunging of mailboxes in mbox and dotmail format in a read-only directory inc: when updating the "unseen" sequence, translate message numbers to uids Fix default port selection in […]

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