Monthly Archives: July 2013

Breakout 0.3.0 available

 Breakout.js 0.3.0 was released yesterday and includes the following changes: New grunt-based build system Now includes both dev and minified files New docs Examples now work with both servers Please read the full announcement for all details....

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FSL Test Bench at TLabs, Delhi

Today was an irregular meeting of the Delhi null community. The main topic was OSSTMM, but Joerg and the orga team were so nice and gave me 30 min to present the Fedora Security Lab Test Bench. This was the … Continue reading →...

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Translation workshop at Dharamsala, India

On Monday, July 22, 2013, there will be a translation workshop somewhere around the Tibetan Library at Dharamsala, India. The first block will start around 10.00 in the morning with a general introduction to the L10n process. This block will …...

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Fedora Release names

In the beginning I liked the code names for Fedora releases. The code name for Fedora Core 1 till 5 were ok. Then came names I liked and some I didn’t. With F9 were some funny names in the list.  … Continue reading →...

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CAD online…Nicht neu, aber eine nette Idee Umsetzung und ein Vogel ist schnell gemacht. Mit NX war ich ein Verfechter von Primitives, aber mit Thinkercad ist es normal. Ich lasse mich mal überraschen, wie lange es dauert, bis sie auch …...

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No Flock

Now I know with certainty that I can not make it to Flock. Because Flock is right after my trip to India for the bo translation effort and it’s hard to get a visa when you are traveling with your … Continue reading →...

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Alpine Linux 2.6.2 released

The Alpine Linux Project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of version 2.6.2 of its Alpine Linux operating system. This is a bugfix release that fixes various security issues in kernel and Xen. Download:

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SimpleCV with LevelOne FCS-0030

My Levelone FCS-0030 seems to be a nice addition to the work with classical USB webcams and SimpleCV. Sure a nice firewire cam would be nice but too pricey. I will leave this to the end-user 😉 Snapshots http://[IP-Address]/snapshot.jpg http://[IP-...

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