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GopherLua: VM and compiler for Lua in Go
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Fuck yeah. This is useful.
 
+Jeff Waugh put together a version of openwrt with +systemd. Neat!
openwrt-systemd - systemd userspace for OpenWrt
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Security Advisory for Snom phones.
8) is pretty interesting, the phone will contact a snom provisioning server/redirector without encryption.
This means that any Snom phone that is plugged into a network with internet access can easily be exploited by a MITM right after booting up. After that it can be directed to the real provisioning server so the user won't even notice that a bug has been installed in between. 
SEC Consult Vulnerability Lab Security Advisory < 20150113-0 > ======================================================================= title: Multiple critical vulnerabilities product: snom IP phones vulnerable version: all firmware versions <8.7.5.15, all firmware branches of all snom desktop ...
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I finally got the lollipop ota update on the nexus 7. I read somewhere that lollipop now supports USB audio devices, and just checked with a soundblaster USB headphone amp and OTG cable, which works great.
I didn't try sound input yet, but if that works too it will definitely have some value for high quality real-time communication. 
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I'm on the 1st gen too and ever since I couldn't wait for a 4.4 update and just upgraded using an image (i think I used NRT) I started getting upgrades suggested very early. I'm recently on 5.0.2 and it's an improvement over early 5.0.0 in terms of performance.
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The Debian project and it's processes are still doing fine. 
 
The results from the "General Resolution: init system coupling" have been published. The winning option was the Amendment Text C:
"The Debian project asks its members to be considerate when proposing General Resolutions, as the GR process may be disruptive regardless of the outcome of the vote. Regarding the subject of this ballot, the Project affirms that the procedures for decision making and conflict resolution are working adequately and thus a General Resolution is not required."
https://vote.debian.org/~secretary/gr_initcoupling/
A Real time display of init system coupling
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+Christoph Görn​ you have an opinion? State it, then. This is borderline trolling.
I think this is the best outcome, because it doesn't try to address the technical but the social issue. The technical decisions have long been made in the TC.
This is pretty much my opinion as well: http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/journal/2014-11/003.html
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The WTF moment when unboxing an Intel NUC.
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I made actually a test run for an APU, with fully loaded CPU and some Wifi traffic. It made the table a bit warm, but survived for about a day without any glitches. I was able to touch it with my bare hand without problems, although it was rather hot :)
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Here's a new interview with yours truly in +Linux Voice. The online version is only the first part of it, the full interview is in the print magazine.

Go, and buy it, it's good, and the Linux Voice guys are certainly the good guys, and truly believe in Free Software, so please support them!
Few pieces of software in history have been so fiercely debated as Systemd. Initially a replacement for Sysvinit, the boot scripts that start up a Linux installation, Systemd has grown into a hugely powerful – and sometimes complex – replacement for the “bag of bits” that make up the Linux base ...
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Are any other VoIP people attending 31c3? If you want to grab a beer/mate and discuss the state of open source VoIP, give me a ping.
There are two talks on Saturday I'll make sure not to miss disclosing the ability to spy on any 2G/3G communication using SS7, both are recorded and streamed live.
The Event. The 31st Chaos Communication Congress (31C3) is an annual four-day conference on technology, society and utopia. The Congress offers lectures and workshops and various events on a multitude of topics including (but not limited to) information technology and generally a ...
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Nothing prevents us from discussing it remotely :)
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This is how you provide voice communication to 9000 conference visitors. The Chaos Communication Concress' Phone Operation Center runs own DECT and GSM networks as well as free PSTN gateways and IP trunks to projects at the venue  during the event and allows people to preregister their extension beforehand. 
Overview. The Phone Operation Center (powered by Eventphone) will be present at the 31C3 this year again with a mobile DECT system and phone infrastructure. After setting up 40 base stations almost the entire area of the CCH is covered by DECT mobile telephony reception.
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Just got my ticket and a hotel room for this wonderful conference. 

The 31st Chaos Communication Congress (31C3) is an annual four-day conference on technology, society and utopia. The Congress offers lectures and workshops and various events on a multitude of topics including (but not limited to) information technology and generally a critical-creative attitude towards technology and the discussion about the effects of technological advances on society.
The Event. The 31st Chaos Communication Congress (31C3) is an annual four-day conference on technology, society and utopia. The Congress offers lectures and workshops and various events on a multitude of topics including (but not limited to) information technology and generally a ...
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Harhar, nein. Ja, das müssen wir auf jeden Fall. Habe mein DECT schon angemeldet - wir telefonieren dann vor Ort...
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My Sugru use case #1: Creating headset hooks on surfaces. (I stole the idea though)
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+Markus Lindenberg Thanks. That's some pretty crazy stuff.
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