Author: Planet.Debian.org

I think it’s becoming safe to call this spring. For once, it’s a rainy,
cold spring in Northern California. This is a collection of relatively
random things (mostly pre-orders) that I’ve picked up in the last couple
of months.

Elizabeth Bear — …

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Gamification is everywhere this days, but sometimes it’s well implemented, sometimes not. In this particular case—Garmin environment—it introduced badges around a year or two ago for all kind of things (whether real achievements or not), most of them…

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MetroSnek — snek on Metro M0 Express

When I first mentioned Snek a few months ago, Phillip Torrone from
Adafruit pointed me at their
Metro M0 board, which uses an
Arduino-compatible layout but replaces the
ATMega 328P
with a
SAMD21G18A.
This chi…

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Introducing myself My name is Romain, I have been nominated to the status of  Debian Maintainer recently. I am part of the debian-kernel team (still a padawan) since few months, and, as a DM, I will co-maintain the package raspi3-firmware with Gunnar…

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The Debian packages for WordPress version 5.1.1 are being updated as I write this. This is a security fix for WordPress that stops comments causing a cross-site scripting bug. It’s an important one to update.

The backports should happen soon …

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Arming yourself

ARM is important for us. It’s important for IOT scenarios, and it provides a reasonable proxy for phone platforms when it comes to developing runtime features.

We have big beefy ARM systems on-site at Microsoft labs, for build…

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Weblate 3.5.1 has been released today. Compared to the 3.5 release it brings several bug fixes and performance improvements.
Full list of changes:

Fixed Celery systemd unit example.
Fixed notifications from http repositories with login.
Fixed race…

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