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  • FSF Blogs: LibrePlanet 2020 needs you: Volunteer today!
    le 28/01/2020 à 4:27

    The LibrePlanet 2020 conference is coming very soon, on March 14 and 15 at the Back Bay Events Center in Boston, and WE NEED YOU to make the world's premier gathering of free software enthusiasts a success. Volunteers are needed for several different tasks at LibrePlanet, from an audio/visual crew […]

  • recutils @ Savannah: Pre-release 1.8.90 in
    le 28/01/2020 à 11:31

    The pre-release recutils-1.8.90.tar.gz is now available at The NEWS file in the tarball contains a list of the changes since 1.8. The planned date for releasing 1.9 is Saturday 1 February 2020. Please report any problem found with the […]

  • FSF Blogs: GNU Spotlight with Mike Gerwitz: 16 new GNU releases in January!
    le 27/01/2020 à 9:42

    bison-3.5.1 gmp-6.2.0 gnuhealth-3.6.2 gnunet-0.12.2 grep-3.4 gsasl-1.8.1 guile-3.0.0 help2man-1.47.12 hyperbole-7.0.8 kawa-3.1.1 libredwg-0.10.1 make-4.3 mes-0.22 parallel-20200122 sed-4.8 unifont-12.1.04 For announcements of most new GNU releases, subscribe to the info-gnu mailing list: […]

  • FSF Blogs: LibrePlanet 2020: We'll see you at the Back Bay Events Center in Boston, MA!
    le 27/01/2020 à 5:55

    We at the Free Software Foundation (FSF) are excited to say that the Dorothy Quincy suite of Boston's very own Back Bay Events Center will be the home of this year's LibrePlanet conference! We've taken the grand tour and couldn't be happier about our choice of location. We're confident that the […]

  • FSF Blogs: Tell Microsoft to upcycle Windows 7. Set it free!
    le 24/01/2020 à 7:55

    It was just last week that Windows 7 crossed into the afterlife. While we can't say we've been in mourning, we have spent that time thinking back on Windows 7's legacy of abusing users, and reflecting on Microsoft's change in tone over the last few years. For one, they now state clearly that […]

  • Gary Benson: Container debugging minihint
    le 24/01/2020 à 3:01

    What’s in my container? bash$ podman ps --ns CONTAINER ID NAMES PID CGROUPNS IPC MNT NET PIDNS USERNS UTS fe11359293e8 eloquent_austin 11090 4026532623 4026532621 4026532421 4026532624 4026531837 4026532622 bash$ sudo ls […]

  • GNU Guix: Guile 3 & Guix
    le 24/01/2020 à 2:02

    Version 3.0 of GNU Guile, an implementation of the Scheme programming language, was released just last week. This is a major milestone for Guile, which gets compiler improvements and just-in-time (JIT) native code generation, leading to significant performance improvements over 2.2. […]

  • Christopher Allan Webber: Time travel debugging in Spritely Goblins, previewed through Terminal Phase
    le 23/01/2020 à 8:55

    Okay, by now pretty much everyone is probably sick of hearing about Terminal Phase. Terminal Phase this, and Terminal Phase that! Weren't you getting back to other hacking on Spritely Goblins, Chris? And in fact I am, I just decided it was a good idea to demo one of the things that makes Goblins […]

  • FSF Blogs: CiviCRM meetup looking for new organizer
    le 23/01/2020 à 4:38

    The Free Software Foundation's (FSF) CiviCRM meetup in Boston is looking for community members who are interested in taking over and reviving this meetup. At one point, this meetup had about twelve people every month, but in the last two or three years it has gone down to one to three. We know […]

  • parallel @ Savannah: GNU Parallel 20200122 ('Soleimani') released
    le 22/01/2020 à 5:57

    GNU Parallel 20200122 ('Soleimani') has been released. It is available for download at: GNU Parallel is 10 years old next year on 2020-04-22. You are here by invited to a reception on Friday 2020-04-17. See […]

  • make @ Savannah: GNU Make 4.3 Released!
    le 19/01/2020 à 10:44

    The next stable version of GNU make, version 4.3, has been released and is available for download from Please see the NEWS file that comes with the GNU make distribution for details on user-visible changes.

  • Christopher Allan Webber: Terminal Phase 1.0
    le 19/01/2020 à 10:10

    I'm pleased to announce that Terminal Phase, a space shooter game you can play in your terminal, has achieved version 1.0. The game is completely playable and is a fun game (well, at least a number of playtesters told me they thought it was fun). It includes two levels (one of which is more […]

  • GNU Guile: GNU Guile 3.0.0 released
    par (Andy Wingo) le 16/01/2020 à 11:30

    We are ecstatic and relieved to announce the release of GNU Guile 3.0.0. This is the first release in the new stable 3.0 release series.See the release announcement for full details and a download link.The principal new feature in Guile 3.0 is just-in-time (JIT) native code generation. This […]

  • Parabola GNU/Linux-libre: [From Arch] rsync compatibility
    le 16/01/2020 à 4:44

    Our rsync package was shipped with bundled zlib to provide compatibility with the old-style --compress option up to version 3.1.0. Version 3.1.1 was released on 2014-06-22 and is shipped by all major distributions now. So we decided to finally drop the bundled library and ship a package with system […]

  • Parabola GNU/Linux-libre: [From Arch] Now using Zstandard instead of xz for package compression
    le 16/01/2020 à 4:34

    As announced on the Arch-dev mailing list, on Friday, Dec 27 2019, the package compression scheme has changed from xz (.pkg.tar.xz) to zstd (.pkg.tar.zst). zstd and xz trade blows in their compression ratio. Recompressing all packages to zstd with their options yields a total ~0.8% increase in […]

  • FSF News: First LibrePlanet 2020 keynote announcement: Internet Archive founder Brewster Kahle
    le 15/01/2020 à 10:41

    BOSTON, Massachusetts, USA -- Wednesday, January 15, 2020 -- The Free Software Foundation (FSF) today announced Brewster Kahle as its first keynote speaker for LibrePlanet 2020. The annual technology and social justice conference will be held in the Boston area on March 14 and 15, 2020, with the […]

  • sed @ Savannah: sed-4.8 released [stable]
    le 15/01/2020 à 4:45

    This is to announce sed-4.8, a stable release. There have been 21 commits by 2 people in the 56 weeks since 4.7. See the NEWS below for a brief summary. Thanks to everyone who has contributed! The following people contributed changes to this release:   Assaf Gordon (4)   Jim Meyering […]

  • GNU Guix: Reproducible computations with Guix
    le 14/01/2020 à 4:30

    This post is about reproducible computations, so let's start with a computation. A short, though rather uninteresting, C program is a good starting point. It computes π in three different ways:#include <math.h> #include <stdio.h> int main() { printf( "M_PI […]

  • GNU Guix: Join GNU Guix through Outreachy
    le 13/01/2020 à 2:30

    We are happy to announce that for the fourth time GNU Guix offers a three-month internship through Outreachy, the inclusion program for groups traditionally underrepresented in free software and tech. We currently propose four subjects to work on:Implement netlink bindings for Guile.Improve […]

  • libredwg @ Savannah: libredwg-0.10.1 released
    le 13/01/2020 à 9:40

    Major bugfixes:   * Fixed dwg2SVG htmlescape overflows and off-by-ones (#182)   * Removed direct usages of fprintf and stderr in the lib. All can be     redefined now. (#181) Minor bugfixes:   * Fuzzing fixes for dwg2SVG, dwgread. (#182)   * Fixed eed.raw […]

  • GNU Guile: GNU Guile 2.9.9 (beta) released
    par (Andy Wingo) le 13/01/2020 à 8:44

    We are delighted to announce the release of GNU Guile 2.9.9. This is the ninth and final pre-release of what will eventually become the 3.0 release series.See the release announcement for full details and a download link.This release fixes a number of bugs, omissions, and regressions. […]

  • Applied Pokology: First Poke-Conf at Mont-Soleil - A report
    le 13/01/2020 à 12:00

    Poking at Mont-Soleil This last weekend we had the first gathering of poke developers, as part of the GNU Hackers Meeting at Mont-Soleil, in Switzerland. I can say we had a lot of fun, and it was a quite productive meeting too: many […]

  • GNUnet News: GNUnet 0.12.2
    le 12/01/2020 à 11:00

    GNUnet 0.12.2 released We are pleased to announce the release of GNUnet 0.12.2. This is a new bugfix release. In terms of usability, users should be aware that there are still a large number of known open issues in particular with respect to ease of use, but also some critical privacy issues […]

  • GNUnet News: GNS Specification Milestone 2/4
    le 11/01/2020 à 11:00

    GNS Technical Specification Milestone 2/4 We are happy to announce the completion of the second milestone for the GNS Specification. The second milestone consists of documenting the GNS name resolution process and record handling. With the release of GNUnet 0.12.x, the currently specified […]

  • GNU Guix: Meet Guix at FOSDEM
    le 10/01/2020 à 2:30

    As usual, GNU Guix will be present at FOSDEM on February 1st and 2nd. This year, we’re happy to say that there will be quite a few talks about Guix and related projects!On Saturday afternoon, Guix: Unifying provisioning, deployment, and package management in the age of containers by […]

  • libredwg @ Savannah: libredwg-0.10 released
    le 08/01/2020 à 4:52

    Some minor API changes and bugfixes, mostly stabilization. API breaking changes:   * added a new int *isnewp argument to all dynapi utf8text getters,     if the returned string is freshly malloced or not.   * removed the UNKNOWN supertype, there are only UNKNOWN_OBJ and […]

  • remotecontrol @ Savannah: Thermostat Worn on Arm
    le 06/01/2020 à 10:22

  • grep @ Savannah: grep-3.4 released [stable]
    le 02/01/2020 à 10:32

    This is to announce grep-3.4, a stable release. Special thanks to Paul Eggert and Norihiro Tanaka for their many fine contributions. There have been 71 commits by 4 people in the 54 weeks since 3.3. See the NEWS below for a brief summary. Thanks to everyone who has contributed! The following people […]

  • GNU Guile: GNU Guile 2.9.8 (beta) released
    par (Andy Wingo) le 02/01/2020 à 1:33

    We are delighted to announce the release of GNU Guile 2.9.8. This is the eighth and possibly final pre-release of what will eventually become the 3.0 release series.See the release announcement for full details and a download link.This release fixes an error in libguile that could cause Guile […]

  • bison @ Savannah: Bison 3.5 released [stable]
    le 01/01/2020 à 9:37

    We are very happy to announce the release of Bison 3.5, the best release ever of Bison!  Better than 3.4, although it was a big improvement over 3.3, which was huge upgrade compared to 3.2, itself way ahead Bison 3.1.  Ethic demands that we don't mention 3.0.  Rumor has it that […]

  • www-zh-cn @ Savannah: 2019 summary
    le 01/01/2020 à 7:19

    By GNU Dear GNU translators! This year, the number of new translations was similar to 2018, but our active teams generally tracked the changes in the original articles more closely than in 2018, especially in the second half of the year.  Our French, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese and […]

  • Christopher Allan Webber: 201X in review
    le 01/01/2020 à 4:46

    Well, this has been a big decade for me. At the close of 200X I was still very young as a programmer, had just gotten married to Morgan, had just started my job at Creative Commons, and was pretty sure everyone would figure out I was a fraud and that it would all come crashing down around me when […]

  • pspp @ Savannah: PSPP now supports .spv files
    le 29/12/2019 à 7:04

    I just pushed support for SPV files to the master branch of PSPP. This means a number of new features: There is a new program "pspp-output" that can convert .spv files into other formats, e.g. you can use it to produce text or PDF files from SPSS viewer files. The "pspp" program can now output to […]

  • Christopher Allan Webber: Noncommercial Doesn't Compose (and it never will)
    le 28/12/2019 à 12:46

    NOTE: I actually posted this some time ago on license-discuss and some people suggested that I blog it. A good idea, which I never did, until now. The topic has't become any less relevant, so... It's sad to see history repeat itself, but that's what history does, and it seems like we're in an […]

  • GNUnet News: Upcoming GNUnet Talks
    le 25/12/2019 à 11:00

    Upcoming GNUnet TalksThere will be various talks in the next few months on GNUnet and related projects on both the Chaos Communication Congress (36C3) as well as FOSDEM. Here is an overview: Privacy and Decentralization @ 36c3 (YBTI) We are pleased to have 5 talks to present as part of our […]

  • libredwg @ Savannah: libredwg-0.9.3 released
    le 25/12/2019 à 9:55

    This is another minor patch update, with some bugfixes from fuzzed DWG's. Here are the compressed sources:   (9.8MB)   (3.7MB) Here are the GPG detached […]

  • GNUnet News: GNUnet 0.12.1
    le 24/12/2019 à 11:00

    GNUnet 0.12.1 released We are pleased to announce the release of GNUnet 0.12.1. This is a very minor release. It largely fixes one function that is needed by GNU Taler 0.6.0. Please read the release notes for GNUnet 0.12.0, as they still apply. Updating is only recommended for those using […]

  • Parabola GNU/Linux-libre: manual intervention required (xorgproto dependency errors)
    le 23/12/2019 à 5:41

    due to some recent changes in arch, manual intervention may be required if you hit any errors of the form: :: installing xorgproto (2019.2-2) breaks dependency * required by * to correct dependency errors related to 'xorgproto': # pacman -Qi libdmx &>1 && pacman -Rdd libdmx # […]

  • parallel @ Savannah: GNU Parallel 20191222 ('Impeachment') released [stable]
    le 22/12/2019 à 2:43

    GNU Parallel 20191222 ('Impeachment') [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. GNU Parallel is 10 years old next year on 2020-04-22. You are here by invited […]

  • GNUnet News: GNUnet 0.12.0
    le 19/12/2019 à 11:00

    GNUnet 0.12.0 released We are pleased to announce the release of GNUnet 0.12.0. This is a new major release. It breaks protocol compatibility with the 0.11.x versions. Please be aware that Git master is thus henceforth INCOMPATIBLE with the 0.11.x GNUnet network, and interactions between old […]

  • Christopher Allan Webber: telnet 2333
    le 19/12/2019 à 6:11

    Try running "telnet 2333" in your terminal... you won't regret it, I promise! You should get to see a fun "season's greetings postcard" animated live in your terminal. My friends at Software Freedom Conservancy are running a supporters drive and I was happy to do this […]

  • remotecontrol @ Savannah: Amazon, Apple, Google and Zigbee join forces for an open smart home standard
    le 19/12/2019 à 5:06

  • GNU Guix: Reproducible Builds Summit, 5th edition
    le 16/12/2019 à 2:00

    For several years, the Reproducible Builds Summit has become this pleasant and fruitful retreat where we Guix hackers like to go and share, brainstorm, and hack with people from free software projects and companies who share this interest in reproducible builds and related issues. This year, […]

  • Riccardo Mottola: ArcticFox 27.9.19 release
    par (Riccardo) le 15/12/2019 à 6:16

    Arctic Fox 27.9.19 has been released!Plenty of enhancements, still supports your trusty Mac from 10.6 up and Linux PowerPC!Arctic Fox on Devuan amd64Code has been fixed to support newer compilers. On Linux, currently, the highest supported compiler remains gcc 6.5, more recent versions do compile […]

  • GNU Guile: GNU Guile 2.9.7 (beta) released
    par (Andy Wingo) le 13/12/2019 à 1:31

    We are delighted to announce GNU Guile 2.9.7, the seventh and hopefully penultimate beta release in preparation for the upcoming 3.0 stable series. See the release announcement for full details and a download link.This release makes Guile go faster. Compared to 2.9.6 there are some […]

  • www-zh-cn @ Savannah: The FSF tech team: Doing more for free software
    le 08/12/2019 à 2:20

    Dear CTT translators: At the Free Software Foundation, we like to set big goals for ourselves, and cover a lot of ground in a short time. The FSF tech team, for example, has just four members -- two senior systems administrators, one Web developer, and a part-time chief technology officer -- yet […]

  • GNU Guile: GNU Guile 2.9.6 (beta) released
    par (Andy Wingo) le 06/12/2019 à 1:15

    We are delighted to announce GNU Guile 2.9.6, the sixth beta release in preparation for the upcoming 3.0 stable series. See the release announcement for full details and a download link.This release fixes bugs caught by users of the previous 2.9.5 prerelease, and adds some optimizations as […]

  • Gary Benson: GNOME 3 won’t unlock
    le 06/12/2019 à 10:17

    Every couple days something on my RHEL 7 box goes into a swapstorm and uses up all the memory. I think it’s Firefox, but I never figured out why, generally I have four different Firefoxes running with four different profiles, so it’s hard to tell which one’s failing (if it […]

  • remotecontrol @ Savannah: TechCrunch - Now even the FBI is warning about your smart TV’s security
    le 02/12/2019 à 7:21

  • www-zh-cn @ Savannah: Come together for free software
    le 27/11/2019 à 9:36

    Here at the Free Software Foundation (FSF), we strongly believe that one person can make a difference. Our main task, as the principal organization in the fight for user freedom, is one of connection; to bring people together around an unwavering set of principles. We will achieve global software […]

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