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  • FSF Blogs: Help the FSF tech team empower software users
    le 04/08/2020 à 5:55

    The Free Software Foundation (FSF) tech team is the four-person cornerstone of the primary infrastructure of the FSF and the GNU Project, providing the backbone for hundreds of free software projects, and they epitomize the hard work, creativity, and can-do attitude that characterize the free […]

  • FSF Blogs: July GNU Spotlight with Mike Gerwitz: 22 new releases!
    le 30/07/2020 à 9:23

    adns-1.5.2 binutils-2.35 bison-3.7 gama-2.09 gcc-10.2.0 gettext-0.21 gnun-1.0 gnunet-0.13.1 gnupg-2.2.21 guile-3.0.4 help2man-1.47.16 libextractor-1.10 libgcrypt-1.8.6 libidn-1.36 linux-libre-5.7-gnu mcsim-6.2.0 mpfr-4.1.0 nano-5.0 parallel-20200722 shepherd-0.8.1 tramp-2.4.4 unifont-13.0.03 For […]

  • FSF Blogs: Free software in business: Success stories
    le 30/07/2020 à 5:55

    Even though the vast majority of software development and news articles on technology still predominantly focus on proprietary software, public pressure is increasingly shifting the conversation to include ethical considerations. Whenever you feel that free software is not making strong enough […]

  • FSF Blogs: Presenting the expanded Free Software Foundation Bulletin, online!
    le 28/07/2020 à 7:58

    Right now, in a rapidly changing and uncertain world, free software has a special role to play. This issue of the biannual Free Software Foundation Bulletin addresses some of the challenges that life during the COVID-19 pandemic poses to software freedom, but it also highlights some of the unique […]

  • remotecontrol @ Savannah: Some Nest thermostats can no longer connect to the internet, so Google is replacing them - The Verge
    le 25/07/2020 à 4:02

  • bison @ Savannah: Bison 3.7 released
    le 24/07/2020 à 4:40

    I am very happy to announce the release of Bison 3.7, whose main novelty, contributed by Vincent Imbimbo, is the generation of counterexamples for conflicts.  For instance on a grammar featuring the infamous "dangling else" problem, "bison -Wcounterexamples" now gives:     […]

  • FSF Blogs: People everywhere are standing up for free software
    le 23/07/2020 à 7:55

    "John F. Kennedy once said that a farmer is the only person 'in our economy who buys everything at retail, sells everything at wholesale, and pays the freight both ways.' This exploitation has extended into the age of data, where corporate agriculture tech giants sell proprietary software to […]

  • GNU Guix: Improve Internationalization Support for the Guix Data Service
    le 23/07/2020 à 12:00

    The first half of my Outreachy internship is already over and I am really excited to share my experience. Over the past weeks I’ve had the opportunity to work on the Guix Data Service, watch myself change, and accomplish way more than I thought I would.The Guix Data Service processes, stores […]

  • parallel @ Savannah: GNU Parallel 20200722 ('Privacy Shield') released [stable]
    le 22/07/2020 à 9:17

    GNU Parallel 20200722 ('Privacy Shield') [stable] has been released. It is available for download at: No new functionality was introduced so this is a good candidate for a stable release. Quote of the month:   With multicore systems everywhere GNU Parallel […]

  • Applied Pokology: Integral structs in GNU poke
    le 20/07/2020 à 12:00

    This weekend I finally implemented support for the so-called "integral structs" in poke. This expands the expressivity power of Poke structs to cover cases where data is stored in composited integral containers, i.e. when data is structured within stored […]

  • GNU Guix: Running a Ganeti cluster on Guix
    le 17/07/2020 à 3:00

    The latest addition to Guix's ever-growing list of services is a little-known virtualization toolkit called Ganeti. Ganeti is designed to keep virtual machines running on a cluster of servers even in the event of hardware failures, and to make maintenance and recovery tasks easy.It is comparable […]

  • Applied Pokology: Writing binary utilities with GNU poke
    le 16/07/2020 à 12:00

    GNU poke is, first and foremost, intended to be used as an interactive editor, either directly on the command line or using a graphical user interface built on it. However, since its conception poke was intended to also provide a suitable and useful […]

  • autoconf @ Savannah: Autoconf 2.69b [beta]
    le 14/07/2020 à 6:02

    Autoconf 2.69b has been released, see the release announcement: <>

  • Christopher Allan Webber: Announcing FOSS and Crafts
    le 14/07/2020 à 3:54

    I wrote recently about departing Libre Lounge but as I said there, "This is probably not the end of me doing podcasting, but if I start something up again it'll be a bit different in its structure." Well! Morgan and I have co-launched a new podcast called FOSS and Crafts! As the title implies, […]

  • GNUnet News: GNUnet 0.13.1
    le 11/07/2020 à 10:00

    GNUnet 0.13.1 released This is a bugfix release for gnunet and gnunet-gtk specifically. For gnunet, no changes to the source have been made. However, the default configuration had to be modified to support the changes made in 0.13.0. For gnunet-gtk, this fixes a more serious issue where […]

  • www @ Savannah: Malware in Proprietary Software - Latest Additions
    le 09/07/2020 à 4:49

    The initial injustice of proprietary software often leads to further injustices: malicious functionalities. The introduction of unjust techniques in nonfree software, such as backdoors, DRM, tethering and others, has become ever more frequent. Nowadays, it is standard practice. We at the GNU […]

  • www-cs @ Savannah: Aktualizace: 2020-07-07
    le 07/07/2020 à 3:16

    Ahoj, aktualizoval jsem několik českých překladů: […]

  • GNUnet News: GNUnet 0.13.0
    le 06/07/2020 à 10:00

    GNUnet 0.13.0 released We are pleased to announce the release of GNUnet 0.13.0. This is a new major release. It breaks protocol compatibility with the 0.12.x versions. Please be aware that Git master is thus henceforth INCOMPATIBLE with the 0.12.x GNUnet network, and interactions between old […]

  • health @ Savannah: GNU Health Control Center 3.6.5 supports Weblate
    le 02/07/2020 à 9:50

    Dear community As you may know, GNU Health HMIS has migrated its translation server to Weblate. (see news Today, we have released the GH Control Center 3.6.5, which has support to Weblate for the language installation. The syntax is the […]

  • gnucobol @ Savannah: GnuCOBOL 3.1-rc-1 on
    le 02/07/2020 à 7:13

    While this version is a release-candidate (with an expected full release within 3 months) it is the most stable and complete free COBOL compiler ever available. Source kits can be found at, the first pre-built binaries are already available and the OS package […]

  • Parabola GNU/Linux-libre: ath9k wifi devices may not work with linux-libre 5.7.6
    le 02/07/2020 à 1:49

    if you have a USB wifi device which uses the ath9k or ath9k_htc kernel module, you should postpone upgrading to any of the 5.7.6 kernels; or the device may not work when you next reboot - PCI devices do not seem to be affected by this bug watch this bug report for further details linux-libre and […]

  • GNU Guix: Securing updates
    le 01/07/2020 à 5:40

    Software deployment tools like Guix are in a key position when it comes to securing the “software supply chain”—taking source code fresh from repositories and providing users with ready-to-use binaries. We have been paying attention to several aspects of this problem in Guix: […]

  • Christopher Allan Webber: Some updates: CapTP in progress, Datashards, chiptune experiments, etc
    le 01/07/2020 à 12:14

    (Originally written as a post for Patreon donors.) Hello... just figured I'd give a fairly brief update. Since I wrote my last post I've been working hard towards the distributed programming stuff in Goblins. In general, this involves implementing a protocol called CapTP, which is fairly […]

  • GNU Taler news: Exchange independent security audit report published
    le 30/06/2020 à 10:00

    2020-07: Exchange external security audit completed We received a grant from NLnet foundation to pay for an external security audit of the GNU Taler exchange cryptography, code and documentation. CodeBlau now concluded their audit. You can find the final report here. We have compiled a […]

  • GNUnet News: GNS Specification Milestone 3/4
    le 29/06/2020 à 10:00

    GNS Technical Specification Milestone 3/4 We are happy to announce the completion of the third milestone for the GNS Specification. The third milestone consists of documenting the GNS zone revocation process. As part of this, we have reworked the proof-of-work algorithms in GNUnet also used for […]

  • GNU Guile: GNU Guile 3.0.4 released
    par (Ludovic Courtès) le 24/06/2020 à 3:00

    We are pleased but also embarrassed to announce GNU Guile 3.0.4. This release fixes the SONAME of, which was wrongfully bumped in 3.0.3. Distributions should use 3.0.4.Apologies for the inconvenience!

  • parallel @ Savannah: GNU Parallel 20200622 ('Floyd') released
    le 22/06/2020 à 10:05

    GNU Parallel 20200622 ('Floyd') has been released. It is available for download at: Quote of the month:   Who needs spark when GNU Parallel exists     -- MatthijsB @MatthijsBrs@twitter New in this release: No new functionality Bug fixes […]

  • health @ Savannah: GNU Health starts the migration to Weblate
    le 22/06/2020 à 11:32

    Dear all Our friends from Weblate ( have provided hosting for GNU Health! The import of the strings for the official languages is already there ( During the coming days, we'll organize the teams, adapt the scripts, links to […]

  • mit-scheme @ Savannah: Test release 11.0.90 is available
    le 22/06/2020 à 5:28

    Please try it out and report any bugs. This will become the 11.1 release.

  • GNU Guile: GNU Guile 3.0.3 released
    par (Ludovic Courtès) le 21/06/2020 à 9:20

    We are pleased to announce GNU Guile 3.0.3, the third bug-fix release of the new 3.0 stable series! This release represents 170 commits by 17 people since version 3.0.2.The highlight of this release is the addition of a new baseline compiler, used at optimizations levels -O1 and -O0. The […]

  • www-zh-cn @ Savannah: GNU CTT posts an openning position.
    le 21/06/2020 à 1:39

    Dear volunteers: Dear visitors: Dear GNU lovers: We are GNU Chinese Translators Team (GNU CTT). Our goal is to translate the webpages into Chinese. According to […]

  • www @ Savannah: GNU is Looking for Native English Speakers for Proofreading and Translations
    le 20/06/2020 à 6:47

    We at the GNU Project love languages. Here are two main things we do in this area and how you can join to help. To bring our message of software freedom to the widest possible audience, we translate into as many languages as we can. Our volunteer translation teams do a wonderful […]

  • health @ Savannah: Security: GNU Health HMIS Control Center 3.6.4 is out!
    le 20/06/2020 à 4:25

    Dear all The GH control center (gnuhealth-control) version 3.6.4 is out, fixing some minor security issues found by the openSUSE security team[1] You just need to to the following: 1) Login as GNU Health 2) cdutil 3) ./gnuhealth-control update That is all. The new gnuhealth-control center is […]

  • GNU Guix: Guix Further Reduces Bootstrap Seed to 25%
    le 15/06/2020 à 12:00

    We are delighted to announce that the second reduction by 50% of the Guix bootstrap binaries has now been officially released!The initial set of binaries from which packages are built now weighs in at approximately 60~MiB, a quarter of what it used to be.In a previous blog post we elaborate on why […]

  • www @ Savannah: Saying No to unjust computing even once is help
    le 07/06/2020 à 3:36

    New article by Richard Stallman:

  • www @ Savannah: Successful Resistance against Nonfree Software in Schools
    le 07/06/2020 à 3:31

    The GNU Education Team presents examples of teachers, students, parents, free software advocates and the community at large who are taking action to stop the use of nonfree programs in schools and are succeeding. Stay tuned for new cases. […]

  • www @ Savannah: Resisting Proprietary Software
    le 07/06/2020 à 3:30

    Teachers, students, parents, free software advocates and the community at large are taking action to stop the use of nonfree programs in schools. The recent health emergency situation caused by COVID-19 presented a new challenge. Traditional in-person classes were suddenly disallowed, and […]

  • Andy Wingo: a baseline compiler for guile
    le 03/06/2020 à 8:39

    Greets, my peeps! Today's article is on a new compiler for Guile. I made things better by making things worse!The new compiler is a "baseline compiler", in the spirit of what modern web browsers use to get things running quickly. It is a very simple compiler whose goal is speed of compilation, […]

  • Aleksander Morgado: QMI and MBIM in Python, Javascript…
    le 03/06/2020 à 9:56

    This is what introspection looks likeThe libqmi and libmbim libraries are every day getting more popular to control your QMI or MBIM based devices. One of the things I’ve noticed, though, is that lots of users are writing applications in e.g. Python but then running qmicli or mbimcli […]

  • www-zh-cn @ Savannah: FSF gives freedom-respecting videoconferencing to all associate members
    le 28/05/2020 à 11:10

    Dear Chinese Translators: Are you interested in having a video conference using Jitsi? As a valued associate member of the Free Software Foundation (FSF), we are now offering you free "as in freedom" videoconferencing, to help you push back against increased societal pressure to use nonfree […]

  • FSF News: Free Software Foundation announces freedom-respecting videoconferencing for its associate members
    le 28/05/2020 à 5:30

    The FSF has been raising the alarm about encroachments upon freedom by remote communication tools since social distancing guidelines were issued. The FSF's new videoconferencing service powered by free software comes after several of its recent publications warned users about widely used nonfree […]

  • GNUnet News: GNUnet Hacker Meeting 2020
    le 27/05/2020 à 10:00

    Online GNUnet Hacker Meeting in June 2020 We are happy to announce that we will have a GNUnet Hacker Meeting from 17-21 of June 2020 taking place online. For more information see here.

  • parallel @ Savannah: GNU Parallel 20200522 ('Kraftwerk') released
    le 23/05/2020 à 7:43

    GNU Parallel 20200522 ('Kraftwerk') has been released. It is available for download at: Quote of the month:   GNU Parallel: dead simple process-level parallelization of ad hoc tasks.   Write for a chunk, let gnu manage the splitting, permutations and […]

  • freeipmi @ Savannah: FreeIPMI 1.6.5
    le 21/05/2020 à 11:04 - Add FRU parsing workaround for Fujitsu Primergy RX1330, in which a CEh is used to indicate that no FRU data is available. - Misc minor fixes.

  • gnuastro @ Savannah: Gnuastro 0.12 released
    le 20/05/2020 à 5:26

    The 12th release of GNU Astronomy Utilities (Gnuastro) is now available. Please see the announcement for more.

  • denemo @ Savannah: Release 2.4 now available
    le 18/05/2020 à 1:41

    New Features         Omission Criteria             A lightweight alternative to Score Layouts             A single flag turns on/off features of the […]

  • GNU Guix: GNU Shepherd user services
    le 17/05/2020 à 8:00

    One of the things which sets Guix apart from other GNU/Linux distributions is that it uses GNU Shepherd instead of the now ubiquitous systemd. A side effect of this is that user systemd units do not work on Guix System. Love, hate or extremely ambivalent toward systemd, this means that users […]

  • health @ Savannah: GNU Health HMIS patchset 3.6.4 released
    le 16/05/2020 à 5:42

    Dear community GNU Health 3.6.4 patchset has been released ! Priority: High Table of Contents About GNU Health Patchsets Updating your system with the GNU Health control Center Summary of this patchset Installation notes List of other issues related to this patchset About GNU Health […]

  • Christopher Allan Webber: Departing Libre Lounge
    le 13/05/2020 à 7:13

    Over the last year and a half I've had a good time presenting on Libre Lounge with my co-host Serge Wroclawski. I'm very proud of the topics we've decided to cover, of which there are quite a few good ones in the archive, and the audience the show has had is just the best. However, I've decided to […]

  • Christopher Allan Webber: Spritely's NLNet grant: Interface Discovery for Distributed Systems
    le 13/05/2020 à 6:54

    I've been putting off making this blogpost for a while because I kept thinking, "I should wait to do it until I finish making some sort of website for Spritely and make a blogpost there!" Which, in a sense is a completely reasonable thought because right now Spritely's only "website" is a loose […]

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