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70s Terminal PC on Instructables

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This is a computer which i designed and constructed to look like a 1970s data terminal. The case is built from 1/4 hardboard (similar to MDF), and p...
Nice and useful website :-)

Check if your private key is secure? on Privatekeycheck

Is my private key secure? Paste it here for a check. Over 9000 keys checked! Solinor Oy 2014.
What is new in +openSUSE and #openQA ? Read on...
openSUSE
Are you interested in current state of +openSUSE Factory? Check what is going on with #openQA , there are some new and cool features since you looked the last time ;-)
The new generation of openQA hits the production server by ancorgs on Opensuse

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openSUSE News Blog
Did you know that there is a feedback plugin in +MariaDB ? If not, you should find out that there is one and turn it on :-)

Michal Hrušecký by Michal Hrušecký on Hrusecky

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I was browsing around the Internet (don't remember what for) and I accidentally found one cool aspect of MariaDB. There is a feedback plugin and this short post is meant to encourage you to use it! Ok, so what it does and why should you opt-in to be spied on :-) It takes some information about ...
Sounds like a good idea :-)

TN state departments asked to switch over to open source software on Thehindu

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GO advises departments to make BOSS Linux a mandatory OS
One more about +systemd 

Re: [RFC PATCH] cmdline: Hide "debug" from /proc/cmdline on Iu

Re: [RFC PATCH] cmdline: Hide "debug" from /proc/cmdline. From: Linus Torvalds Date: Wed Apr 02 2014 - 14:57:54 EST. Next message: John Stultz: "Re: [PATCH 0/5] Volatile Ranges (v12) & LSF-MM discussion fodder"; Previous message: Richard Guy Briggs: "oraphaned keywords in audit log text [was: ...
Yet another fun note about +systemd 
Jan Šembera
If I had to name one and only one thing I dislike the most about the whole systemd ecosystem, it would be this - attitude.

Instead of admitting they made a mistake and quickly fix it (it's not like it's hard), they will make a stand that the rest of the world has to adapt.

Disgusted.
Bug 76935 - Do not parse "debug" command line parameter on Freedesktop

Supplying "debug" on the kernel command line gets parsed by systemd. If a random assertion in it fires, something like this, for example: [ 150.308000] systemd-journald[1559]: Assertion 'dual_timestamp_is_set(&e->timestamp)' failed at src/libsystemd/sd-event/sd-event.c:2191, ...
(cs) Letos vyjde kniha o +LibreOffice v cestine!!!

Píšu knihu o LibreOffice Writer, vyjde letos by Zobrazit všechny příspěvky, jejichž autorem je Vlastimil Ott → on E-ott

Na začátku roku 2014 jsem na blogu vydal článek, kde oznamuji záměr vydat knihu věnovanou LibreOffice. Vedly mě k tomu dvě věci – jednak...
If you are really serious about your spreadsheets, you need this computer ;-) And off course, it runs +SUSE and +LibreOffice 


From SGI® UV™ to the Google Glass® by SGI on YouTube
Actually Timer stuff sounds interesting... For those who are not familiar with systemd, yes it has cron inside apart from many other things.
Cristian Rodriguez
http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/systemd-devel/2014-March/018232.html #systemd  new release!
[systemd-devel] [ANNOUNCE] systemd 212 on Freedesktop

[systemd-devel] [ANNOUNCE]systemd 212. Kay Sievers kay at vrfy.org. Tue Mar 25 16:28:59 PDT 2014. Previous message: [systemd-devel] System locale not set in tty; Next message: [systemd-devel] Topics for the Linux Storage, Filesystem & MM Summit; Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] ...
Little blog post about applications I wrote for my +Jolla 

Michal Hrušecký by Michal Hrušecký on Hrusecky

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One of the things, that I really like about Jolla is the technology to write applications. C++ is my favorite programing language and I always admired Qt. At least big parts of it. So when I got my Jolla, I started playing with SDK and writing some simple applications. It was kinda harder than I ...
Do you hate +systemd ? Are you afraid that it will take over the world? Do you want to live in world that has alternative init? Are you university student? Join +Google Summer of Code and contribute to +Gentoo by improving #OpenRC ! Still living, kicking and viable alternative to systemd! You can get paid to fight against systemd!!!

Google Summer of Code/2014/Ideas on Gentoo

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Want to spend your summer contributing full-time to Gentoo, and get paid for it? Gentoo is in its 9th year in the Google Summer of Code. In the past, most of our successful students have become Gentoo developers, so your chances of becoming one are very good if you're accepted into this program.
If you are a student, you have a great opportunity. I know that +openSUSE has some interesting projects together with +ownCloud, +Gentoo has interesting projects and +MariaDB as well.
Google Summer of Code
Just about two days left to submit your student proposal for this year's Google Summer of Code. Have you submitted yours yet?
I used to be lost in Python while developing osc plugin, now I'm even more lost in Perl in openQA :-) Gives me new perspective on getting lost :-)
My idea for this years GSoC project :-)

Michal Hrušecký by Michal Hrušecký on Hrusecky

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I have this idea nagging me for a while about how to make our ambassadors live (and mine) easier. From time to time you need a flash drive with Live version of our favorite openSUSE to show it to people. Currently it is really simple to create one using dd. But once you do it, you cannot use ...
Some swag we got from +SUSE marketing to use on conferences to give +openSUSE fans :-)
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Some swag we got from +SUSE marketing to use on conferences to give +openSUSE fans :-)
Cool video :-)
Petr Krčmář
Video, ve kterém se můžete rozhlížet volně do všech směrů. Působivé.
F1 W05 360° Video on Mercedesamgf1

F1 W05 360° Video
Hard to write stuff in language you don't speak, doing some Python stuff and running into issues I cannot yet express in Python, but I know how to do them in C++... End result - spending time googling and try and error :-) And playing with C++ in free time :-D
Kernel patching in runtime :-)
SUSE
Ever wonder what it would look like to patch the Linux Kernel without restarting it?  Here is a demo video showing the newly developed kGraft -- which does exactly that.

Video demo of live Linux Kernel Patching using kGraft by susevideo on YouTube
Rich Pollett
Buttered Cat Paradox

The buttered cat paradox is a common joke based on the tongue-in-cheek combination of two adages:

Cats always land on their feet.
Buttered toast always lands buttered side down.

The paradox arises when one considers what would happen if one attached a piece of buttered toast (butter side up) to the back of a cat, then dropped the cat from a large height. Some people jokingly maintain that the experiment will produce an anti-gravity effect. The faux paradox has captured the imagination of science-oriented humorists.

The idea appeared on the British panel game QI, where the idea was discussed. As well as talking about the idea, they also brought up other questions regarding the paradox. These included "Would it still work if you used margarine?", "Would it still work if you used I Can't Believe It's Not Butter?", and "What if the toast was cover... show more
Watching Fedora.NEXT talk, actually quite some of the ideas sounds familiar, but as usual with this kind of brainstorming/Big Plan, not everything sounds like a good idea...
Sounds interesting :-) Kernel patching without reboots.

SUSE Conversations by Vojtěch Pavlík on Suse

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It has many names – hot fixing, live patching, runtime patching, rebootless updates, concurrent updates. It's a holy grail of uptime. It is longed for by scientists who really do not want to stop a simulation that has been running for the past few months – just because of a needed kernel ...
Ok, at least I know that error is not on my end of the line :-)
freenode
freenode is currently experiencing technical difficulties. We do not have further details or an ETA at this time.
This +freenode dig doesn't look right:
 $ dig chat.freenode.net | grep 127
chat.freenode.net.      289     IN      A       127.0.0.2
chat.freenode.net.      289     IN      A       127.0.0.1
On my way to +FOSDEM, see you there!
:-D

xkcd: Protocol on Xkcd

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< Prev · Random; Next >; >|. Permanent link to this comic: http://xkcd.com/1323/ Image URL (for hotlinking/embedding): http://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/protocol.png. Selected Comics. Search comic titles and transcripts: RSS Feed - Atom Feed. Comics I enjoy: Three Word Phrase, Oglaf (nsfw), SMBC, ...
Ok, second blog post about my new cellphone - +Jolla
This time about communication, long story short, I like e-mail app and don't like people app :-)

Michal Hrušecký by Michal Hrušecký on Hrusecky

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On Monday I wrote about my new amazing cellphone – Jolla – and one of the comments/complains I got was that I haven't said anything about how you actually use the phone to communicate. Well, I don't use cellphone to make calls or send SMS most of the time, but since I was asked about it and I ...
Interesting article, the linked one also seems interesting especially if you might end up managing somebody...
http://www.eliothorowitz.com/blog/2013/10/17/debugging-the-boss-intro/
Greg Kroah-Hartman
The best managers I've ever had were all previous programmers, or had a very highly technical job before becoming a manager.  My worse managers were all those that were not programmers or had a technical position in the past.  Yes, it's a small survey, but I have had a lot of managers over the years, and I do think that you can't manage programmers if you have no clue as to what they are actually doing.
Engineering Managers Should Code 30% of Their Time on Drdobbs

Lose contact with the code, and you lose the connection to your team and the project. How then to make the time to manage and code? The cofounder of MongoDB explains his approach.
Few random thoughts about my new cellphone - +Jolla
Will write more, but wanted to share few pictures asap and if it is not obvious from the blog, I like it!

Michal Hrušecký by Michal Hrušecký on Hrusecky

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It's been a week since my new cell phone – Jolla arrived. I was probably the last of the first ones (people who preordered) due to some issues with gmail (almost as if Google didn't want me to switch from Android to Sailfish :-D ). But as I finally got my new phone, it's time to share my first ...
Can't wait to test it as soon as my +Jolla arrives on Monday :-)
Frank Karlitschek
The ownCloud news reader runs now on the Jolla phone / Sailfish OS. Very cool! Thanks to @adampigg:-) http://bit.ly/1lGmsGn 
My +Jolla is finally arriving on Monday! It will be a looong weekend :-D
hh, little bit biased, but nice anyway :-) #Jolla  

Jolla Outsells iPhone 5S and 5C in Finland on Jollausers

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We've been informed from JollaSuomi that Jolla outsold the two best selling iPhones (5S and 5C) in Finnish market, provided by DNA. On DNA's list, we have 5 phones ahead of Jolla which are: Samsung...
Happy New Year!!!

I know I'm about a day late, but had to celebrate first and only after that post to G+ ;-)
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Happy New Year!!!I know I'm about a day late, but had to celebrate first and only after that post to G+ ;-)
Really cool promo video for one of the games from #humblebundle  


Humble Bundle Presents: Jack Lumber by Humble Bundle on YouTube
Congratulation!
openSUSE
psst, +openSUSE  Board #elections are over, congrats to +Andrew Wafaa +Bruno Friedmann +Kostas Koudaras and +Richard Brown 
Just found out that +Python doesn't have goto and I would have to use http://entrian.com/goto/ module. That sucks. I knew I shouldn't touch Python :-D

entrian.com - goto for Python - goto for Python on Entrian

Are you a professional Visual Studio developer? Then you should check out Entrian Source Search: · Screenshot. Entrian Source Search is a powerful search addin for Visual Studio. It displays syntax colored search results within a fraction of a second, whether you're working with hundreds of ...
If you haven't voted already, do it soon ;-)
Richard Brown
Still time for @opensuse members to vote in our current Board elections.
https://connect.opensuse.org//pg/polls/read/digitaltomm/43818/opensuse-board-election-2013

Please vote for me! http://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Board_election_2013_platform_rbrownccb
openSUSE Connect on Opensuse

Please log in (in the top right corner) to see this poll or the poll does not exist. Also it might be available only to specific group you are not member of (for example openSUSE Members). Locations. Groups · Polls · Event Calendar · Users ...
Awesome!!! I can get cover for my new +Jolla (can't wait to for it to arrive) #3dprinted  

Suomalainen 3D-tulostin - miniFactory® 3 Education Edition on Minifactory

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Few days after jolla released their smartphones, a guy named Jani Pärnänen contacted us (miniFactory Oy Ltd) with the idea that we should create a 3D printable cover for Finnish jolla smartphone and print it with Finnish miniFactory 3D printer. We decided to help Jani with his idea and invited ...
:-)
Marcel Kühlhorn
And suddenly I like Christmas a tiny bit more :D
Irrefutable Proof that Santa is Odin on Infolocata

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Santa, that jolly fat man known worldwide for spreading Christmas joy to well behaved children, has a dark secret. Santa is in fact, Odin, the deicidal king of the Norse gods. And here is the irref...
+openSUSE #elections started! This year, we have plenty of great candidates and few amazing! Go vote now!

Although elections are anonymous, I can tell you who I voted for and support! I voted for +Andrew Wafaa +Bruno Friedmann +Kostas Koudaras and +Richard Brown. So pickup your candidates and vote!

openSUSE:Board election on Opensuse

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Note: The candidates with the most votes will be elected for the board. Note that no single organization or company can control more than 40 percent of the electable board seats (more than 2 seats). Since one seat is already occupied by a SUSE employee, only one additional SUSE employee, ...
How to make sure to maintain the team spirit :-)
Jos Poortvliet
What an awesome boss in here... Now that is collaboration and team work - or at least, how not to do it ;-)

WKRP "Turkey's Away" by whoohaaa1000 on YouTube
Still didn't get my other mail with instructions how to pay the rest of money for my +Jolla. I have never been so eager to pay the bills :-)
"Starting from 22 November 2013, invitations will be sent to enter the webshop where you can complete the purchase of your +Jolla."

So any minute/day now :-D Ok this doesn't say much, but this is much better:

"In order to secure your priority delivery during December, please make sure you have completed your purchase by 2 December, 2013."

Will be checking my mail all the time now :-)
openSUSE 13.1 will be officially released today November 19th and, honoring the tradition, we will have a party at Nuremberg to celebrate.

When: Tuesday November 19th at 19:00h.

Where: Artefakt Cafe. Johannesgasse 22 90402 Nürnberg
https://plus.google.com/106845764549487406816/about

What: free snacks, finest franconian beer for just 1€, good music, nice
atmosphere and lots of geekos.
How much fun do they have on #susecon  
openSUSE
Yet another What the #chameleon say video, this time with #susecon attendees

What's the Chameleon Say - Lip Sync with Attendees by susevideo on YouTube
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