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This just got announced: Christoph Hellwig has filed a lawsuit against VMware for violating the GPL on the Linux kernel
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+Christoph Lameter LCA2015 talk is also avail on YouTube.
Title: "SLUB fastpath improvements and potential booster shots through bulk alloc and free"

And it is related to my LCA2015 talk.

It also got covered by LWN: http://lwn.net/Articles/629152/
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Stop hiding the fact that bufferbloat exists!

Solutions exists, and they are even free.  Stop wasting support time denying it exist in your network.  Just get your act together and start deploying the solutions +Virgin Media 
 
I lost my temper this morning. I would appreciate everyone here that cares about #bufferbloat to create an account and pile on virgin media after checking out my blog post http://the-edge.blogspot.com/2015/03/virgin-media-fixing-epidemic-of.html

I did my best to keep it civil, but of late, it has become hard to keep the venom back. Please see if you can be more constructive and do better.

Please also reshare, and amplify as best you can. I also submitted the story to slashdot, and reddit and twitter.

http://slashdot.org/submission/4236559/virgin-media-censors-talk-of-bufferbloat-on-their-discussion-forums

http://www.reddit.com/r/Network/comments/2xlydp/virgin_cable_censors_explanations_of_how_to_fix/

https://twitter.com/mtaht/status/572181415942488064
To whom it may concern at Virgin Media: My IP address is apparently now banned from accessing your site at all, for "advertising", on this thread about bufferbloat... and my post, was deleted. For the record, that url was: ...
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I have donated. Have you?
Direct link to donate site: https://gnupg.org/donate/index.html
 
You use GPG/GnuPG to encrypt your mail? Great! We need more of that.
But we also need more people to support Werner Koch's efforts. To keep up the GnuPG development, donate now at https://www.gnupg.org/donate/index.html!

(via +Robert Sander)
Werner Koch's code powers the email encryption programs around the world. If only somebody would pay him for the work.
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Kernel network stack challenges at increasing speeds:
The 100Gbit/s challenge

Finished my talk at #lca2015  

Slides avail here: http://people.netfilter.org/hawk/presentations/LCA2015/net_stack_challenges_100G_LCA2015.pdf
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This talk got recorded and is avail on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XG9-X777Jo
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I knew it - Barbie is one of those annoying Vim users who just cannot understand how great Emacs is ;) :-p
 
Not only is Feminist Hacker Barbie awesome, she's a Vim user. Rock. 
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Released: IPTV-analyzer v0.9.4

It has been quite some time since the last release.  This release primarily contains adjustments to adapt for changing kernel APIs over time. Did a small labtest of kernel 3.18.6.

Primarily did the release on request by +Kristian Larsson and +Mikael Abrahamsson so they can start working on IPv6 support.

Homepage: http://www.iptv-analyzer.org/wiki/index.php/Releases

Github: https://github.com/netoptimizer/IPTV-Analyzer/releases/tag/v0.9.4

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1) http://iptv-analyzer.com/download/release/
or 2) http://people.netfilter.org/hawk/iptv-analyzer/release/
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My LCA2015 talk is avail on YouTube.
Title: "Kernel network stack challenges at increasing speeds: The 100Gbit/s challenge"

This also got covered by LWN: http://lwn.net/Articles/629155/

Slides here: http://people.netfilter.org/hawk/presentations/LCA2015/net_stack_challenges_100G_LCA2015.pdf
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Cool - +David Miller 's keynote from NetDev 0.1 is online on YouTube! :-)
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For fans of Jesper, forward to 27 minutes (Nothing personal David, I actually enjoyed your talk)
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LWN: Improving Linux networking performance

A very excellent coverage of my talk at #lca2015 talk by +LWN.net avail here: http://lwn.net/SubscriberLink/629155/15c29bdb35c0dd06/

I'm very proud of getting covered by the LWN.net :-)))
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Hoping to see many of you at LCA kernel mini conf :)
 
Kernel mini-conference at LCA: http://kernelmc.bakeyournoodle.com/
Kernel Miniconf (Linux.conf.au 2015). The Kernel Miniconf provides a key opportunity for seasoned developers, new developers and devops practitioners to meet and discuss new developments, pain points and other great new ideas to improve the kernel and our community ...
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