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  • Sylvain Beucler: Android Emulator Rebuild
    le 23/01/2021 à 1:02

    Android Rebuilds provides freely-licensed builds of Android development tools from a Mountain View-based company. The Emulator package moved to a separate component and build system. Emulator 30 is now available, as unattended Docker build scripts, build documentation as well as convenience […]

  • parallel @ Savannah: GNU Parallel 20210122 ('Capitol Riots') released
    le 22/01/2021 à 12:22

    GNU Parallel 20210122 ('Capitol Riots') has been released. It is available for download at: Please help spreading GNU Parallel by making a testimonial video like Juan Sierra Pons: It […]

  • GNU Guix: Adding translations to Guix’ website
    le 20/01/2021 à 12:00

    As part of GNU, Guix aims to bring freedom to computer users all over the world, no matter the languages they (prefer to) speak. For example, Guix users asking for help can expect an answer even if they do so in languages other than English.We also offer translated software for people more […]

  • libsigsegv @ Savannah: libsigsegv 2.13 is released
    le 16/01/2021 à 11:14

    libsigsegv version 2.13 is released. New in this release: Added support for macOS/arm64. Added support for Solaris OpenIndiana. Added support for catching stack overflow on Solaris 11/SPARC. Added support for catching stack overflow on 64-bit Haiku. Provide a correct value for SIGSTKSZ on […]

  • FSF Blogs: Celebrating the FSF’s 35th anniversary: Stories from the Licensing and Compliance Lab
    le 15/01/2021 à 9:25
  • gnulib @ Savannah: Gnulib provides versatile bit-set implementations
    le 13/01/2021 à 12:17

    Gnulib features bitset, a module to support operations on lists of bits. Its API is rich, and includes: all the expected operations on single bit (set, toggle, test, etc.); all the traditional binary bitwise operators (and, or, xor), often in two flavors (return new values, or perform in place); […]

  • FSF Blogs: A journey begins: Kofi Oghenerukevwe, FSF Tech Team Intern
    le 12/01/2021 à 9:22
  • FSF Blogs: Watch "Fight to Repair," demand the right to repair
    le 11/01/2021 à 11:05

    "Fight to Repair" is an animated video from the Free Software Foundation (FSF) about two free software engineers rushing to fix a life-threatening problem in a vehicle's autopilot code.

  • findutils @ Savannah: GNU findutils 4.8.0 released
    le 09/01/2021 à 7:09

    This is to announce findutils-4.8.0, a stable release. See the NEWS below for more details. GNU findutils is a set of software tools for finding files that match certain criteria and for performing various operations on them. Findutils includes the programs "find", "xargs" and "locate". More […]

  • wget @ Savannah: GNU Wget 1.21.1 Released
    le 09/01/2021 à 10:36

    Noteworthy changes in this release: Fix compilation on MacOS and Solaris 9 Remove bashism from Fix a compilation warning on 32-bit systems

  • wget @ Savannah: GNU Wget 1.21 Released
    le 09/01/2021 à 10:34

    Noteworthy changes in this release: Improve the number of translated strings Remove all uses of alloca. In some places the length of untrusted strings has been used, e.g. strings from the command line or from remote. Fix buffer overflows in progress bar code in some locales Fix two null pointer […]

  • tar @ Savannah: Version 1.33
    le 07/01/2021 à 3:05

    Version 1.33 of GNU tar is available for download.  Summary of changes in this version: POSIX extended format headers do not include PID by default. --delay-directory-restore works for archives with reversed member ordering. Fix extraction of a symbolic link hardlinked to another symbolic […]

  • GNU Guile: GNU Guile 3.0.5 released
    par (Andy Wingo) le 07/01/2021 à 12:50

    We are delighted to announce the release of GNU Guile 3.0.5. This release adds optimizations that can turn chains of repeated comparisons, such as those produced by the case and (sometimes) the match macros, into efficient O(1) table dispatches. For full details, see the NEWS entry. See the […]

  • gnucobol @ Savannah: Release of GnuCOBOL 3.1.2
    le 05/01/2021 à 6:24

    New GnuCOBOL features XML GENERATE statement    (note: runtime support needs additional library libxml2) JSON GENERATE statement    (note: runtime support needs additional library cJSON or JSON-C)    CONTINUE AFTER statement (COBOL 202x) implemented, also handle […]

  • mailutils @ Savannah: Version 3.11.1
    le 05/01/2021 à 2:14

    Version 3.11.1 of GNU mailutils is available for download.  This version fixes a bug in the library function mu_url_create_hint that caused MH inc to coredump when called without explicit -file option. It also includes updated localizations.

  • FSF Blogs: We've almost made it! Membership drive extended until January 18th
    le 04/01/2021 à 10:15
  • www-zh-cn @ Savannah: 2020 summary
    le 03/01/2021 à 3:10

    Dear www-zh-cn-translators: Thank you all for the great effort in 2020. Despite the difficulties from many directions, we as a team have achieved something proudly. 1. This year, the total number of new translations was more than in 2019.  The Turkish team made an impressive progress, […]

  • alive @ Savannah: GNU Alive 2.0.3 available
    le 02/01/2021 à 12:25

    GNU Alive 2.0.3 is available.  Full announcement: GNU Alive is a keep-alive program for internet connections.

  • Riccardo Mottola: ArcticFox now on Raspberry 3 - ARM support is back!
    par (Riccardo) le 31/12/2020 à 7:12

    Just completed these days... ArcticFox now runs fine on Raspberry PI 3, it also compiled natively on it on Raspbian!Coming from PaleMoon which had dropped ARM support, it took quite some time, but it is kicking again and the classic browser is a good companion on the Raspberry!It runs surprisingly […]

  • libredwg @ Savannah: libredwg-0.12 released
    le 31/12/2020 à 5:16

    New add API to easily create new DWGs (or DXFs) from scratch, for CAD programs. New dwgadd helper. Removed deprecated old API functions. New features:   * Add a new experimental dwg_add_ENTITY/OBJECT API for easier CAD write support,     starting with GauchoCAD and […]

  • Riccardo Mottola: DataBasin 1.1 S released
    par (Riccardo) le 31/12/2020 à 1:14

    DataBasin 1.1S and DataBasinKit have finally been released, after a long time-span.This release is dedicated to my late friend and colleague Steven Rovelli (hence the "S" in the release name) who parted from us too young. He was an enthusiastic user of DataBasin and used and supported it inside our […]

  • FSF Blogs: FSF fights to secure software freedom for future generations
    le 30/12/2020 à 6:10
  • gnulib @ Savannah: Gnulib supports portable multithreading
    le 30/12/2020 à 3:10

    There are three main motivations for using multiple threads in a program: To get computational tasks done is less time, by using more than one CPU core at once. For event handling. The older approach with signals and/or file descriptors in non-blocking mode leads to brittle and racey programs. […]

  • unifont @ Savannah: Unifont 13.0.05 Released
    le 24/12/2020 à 1:10

    24 December 2020 Unifont 13.0.05 is now available.  This is a minor release with adjustments to existing glyphs and completion of the Under ConScript Unicode Registry (UCSUR) Braille Extended script.  See for further details. Download this release from GNU […]

  • www-zh-cn @ Savannah: Welcome our new member - hahawang
    le 24/12/2020 à 9:28

    Dear www-zh-cn-translators: It's a good time to welcome our new member: User Details: ------------- Name:    王哈哈 Login:   hahawang Email: We thank hahawang for his commitment for contributing to GNU Chinese […]

  • mailutils @ Savannah: Version 3.11
    le 23/12/2020 à 2:31

    Version 3.11 of GNU mailutils is available for download. See the NEWS file entry for a list of noteworthy changes in this release.

  • gnulib @ Savannah: Gnulib helps you write efficient algorithms
    le 23/12/2020 à 1:42

    When writing algorithmic code, the classical approach is to define the data structures, write the algorithm, debug it, and then profile it. It often occurs that you notice that a certain list, set, or map can get large and that this costs CPU time. Then, you change the data structure, adapt the […]

  • gdbm @ Savannah: Version 1.19
    le 23/12/2020 à 12:59

    Version 1.19 is available for download.  New in this version: Pre-read the memory mapped regions on systems that support it. gdbmtool: tagged initialization of structured data. Preserve locking type during database reorganization.

  • Christopher Allan Webber: Vote for Amy Guy on the W3C TAG (if you can)
    le 21/12/2020 à 9:07

    My friend Amy Guy is running for election on the W3C TAG (Technical Architecture Group). The TAG is an unusual group that sets a lot of the direction of the future of standards that you and I use everyday on the web. Read their statement on running, and if you can, ie if you're one of those unusual […]

  • Riccardo Mottola: LCD Display on RaspberryPI with Objective-C
    par (Riccardo) le 21/12/2020 à 1:52

    Since many years there are ways to display Data on the Raspberry PI by using small LCD Displays connected to the GPIO pins. Most of these small projects however use Python, an interpreted language which I dislike. There are C projects using the wiringpi library and which are inspired by Arduino […]

  • parallel @ Savannah: GNU Parallel 20201222 ('Vaccine') released
    le 21/12/2020 à 9:58

    GNU Parallel 20201222 ('Vaccine') has been released. It is available for download at: Please help spreading GNU Parallel by making a testimonial video like Juan Sierra Pons: It does not […]

  • gnulib @ Savannah: Gnulib can help your C++ programs
    le 16/12/2020 à 8:31

    Typically you test your programs on glibc systems.  Gnulib helps you to have the same program compile and work fine on other platforms, such as musl libc systems, macOS, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, AIX, Solaris, Cygwin, mingw, MSVC, Haiku, and even Minix and Android. To do so, Gnulib implements […]

  • GNU Health: GNUHealthCon 2020. Social Medicine in a time of pandemic
    le 16/12/2020 à 12:22

    It was not easy… we’re so used to celebrate the GNU Health Conference (GHCon) and the International Workshop on eHealth in Emerging Economies (IWEEE) in a physical location, that changing to a virtual conference was challenging. At the end of the day, we are about Social Medicine, and […]

  • parted @ Savannah: parted-3.3.52 released [alpha]
    le 14/12/2020 à 7:49

    I've built a 3.3.52 alpha, this will become the stable 3.4 release in a few weeks if nothing critical is found. I'll be on vacation for a bit, I may not do this until mid-January. Here are the compressed sources and a GPG detached signature[*]:   […]

  • GNU Health: GNU Health pioneers the adoption of WHO ICD-11 and ICHI standards
    le 11/12/2020 à 9:12

    GNU Health and the World Health Organization The GNU Health project believes in coding standards, specially in those that can be widely used. In 2011, the United Nations University (UNU) adopted the GNU Health Hospital Management Information System (HMIS) component, in part because of its strong […]

  • FSF News: The problems with Apple aren't just outages, they are injustices
    le 11/12/2020 à 7:25
  • Christopher Allan Webber: Identity is a Katamari, language is a Katamari explosion
    le 09/12/2020 à 7:00

    I said something strange this morning: Identity is a Katamari, language is a continuous reverse engineering effort, and thus language is a quadratic explosion of Katamaris. This sounds like nonsense probably, but has a lot of thought about it. I have spent a lot of time in the […]

  • recutils @ Savannah: Recutils, GOOPS and virtual slots
    le 09/12/2020 à 10:53

    Writing Guile bindings for C libraries is seriously fun. As recutils is becoming popular in GNU, I thought it would be a fun idea to write Guile bindings for librec, the library powering recutils. Consequently, we are also thinking about adding Guile scripting to recutils. Guile's design as an […]

  • behistun @ Savannah: The Official Gnu Package Behistun - Renamed behistun (previously gbehistun)
    le 09/12/2020 à 3:02

    Greetings and Felicitations. Gnu Behintun (gbehistun) was originally planned as a tool for geophysical analysis.  Major decisions about Gnu Behistun have been made since that time.  The first change was the development of the Gunga Din Software, that has today been incorporated into […]

  • autoconf @ Savannah: Autoconf 2.70 [stable]
    le 08/12/2020 à 7:23

    Autoconf 2.70 has been released, see the release announcement:

  • gnulib @ Savannah: Gnulib helps you avoid integer overflow vulnerabilities
    le 08/12/2020 à 1:47

    Gnulib's intprops module has new macros INT_ADD_OK, INT_SUBTRACT_OK, and INT_MULTIPLY_OK that support portable overflow checking while doing integer arithmetic. On GNU platforms the macros typically use only a single machine instruction more than ordinary integer arithmetic would.

  • GNU Guix: Add a subcommand showing GNU Guix history of all packages
    le 04/12/2020 à 12:00

    Hello, everyone! I'm Magali and for the next three months, I'll be an Outreachy intern in the GNU Guix community. As part of my Outreachy application process, I made my first ever contribution to Free Software adding a package to Guix, and since then I'm eager to begin contributing even more.My […]

  • health @ Savannah: Argentina chooses GNU Health for COVID19 observatory and contact tracing
    le 04/12/2020 à 11:15

    In the context of the GNU Health International Conference, GHCon2020, Bioengineer Ingrid Spessotti, Dr Fiorella de la Lama and health professionals from Diamante Municipality presented the use of GNU Health as a COVID-19 observatory and contact tracing tool. The Government of Argentina, through […]

  • behistun @ Savannah: Development of Behistun - The Gungadin Software Tools
    le 30/11/2020 à 9:32

    Development has now proceed at a good pace.  The initial focus has been the development of configuration tools for setting up a Gnu System, in the form of the Gungadin Software Tools. That is: 1. Setup for bashrc 2. Definitions of fstab, Xmodmap, and dircolors 3. Various tools for emacs […]

  • denemo @ Savannah: Version 2.5 is imminent. Please test!
    le 30/11/2020 à 5:20

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

  • GNU Guix: Welcome our intern for the Outreachy 2020-2021 round
    le 30/11/2020 à 3:30

    We are thrilled to announce that Magali L. Sacramento (IRC: lemes) will join Guix as an Outreachy intern over the next few months.Magali will work on adding a subcommand to Guix showing the history of all packages. This will facilitate the use of guix time-machine and inferiors, as it will add […]

  • health @ Savannah: Reorganization and migration of Mercurial repositories
    le 28/11/2020 à 1:35

    Dear community Since Richard Stallman adopted GNU Health in 2011, the development environment has been hosted at GNU Savannah, which generously provided a mercurial (hg) repository, that has been in use since then. Many years have passed, and GNU Health is today a Libre digital health ecosystem […]

  • GNU Guix: Music Production on Guix System
    le 26/11/2020 à 3:30

    The recent release of Guix 1.2.0 was accompanied by a release song (lyrics). Let me tell you how this happened and how you can use Guix System for your own music productions!It all started only three days before the 1.2.0 release when someone on the #guix IRC channel brought up the tradition of […]

  • GNU Guix: GNU Guix 1.2.0 released
    le 23/11/2020 à 3:45

    We are pleased to announce the release of GNU Guix version 1.2.0, right in time to celebrate the eighth anniversary of Guix!The release comes with ISO-9660 installation images, a virtual machine image, and with tarballs to install the package manager on top of your GNU/Linux distro, either […]

  • parallel @ Savannah: GNU Parallel 20201122 ('Biden') released [stable]
    le 22/11/2020 à 3:29

    GNU Parallel 20201122 ('Biden') [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. Please help spreading GNU Parallel by making a testimonial video like Juan Sierra […]

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