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Marwan Burelle
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ZFS co-founder and developer has been given #FreeBSD  source update rights.
Let's see what's he's going to add.. 
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AsiaBSDCon 2015: Xen on FreeBSD (slideshare)
Roger Pau Monne discusses how to use the Xen Project Hypervisor in FreeBSD at BSDcon Asia in 2015.
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Hmm-la-bd ? Hmm... Webcomic irrégulier d'un étudiant froid.
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It's Pi day !
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Je ne connaissais pas. C'est marrant 
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Again, this weekend's main posting (by me) was a science extravaganza!  Loads of wonderful news... from space!

http://davidbrin.blogspot.com/2015/02/from-near-to-far-amazing-things-are.html
What a year! So far, we've had a landing on a comet, great results from Mars, many more exoplanets zeroing in on "goldilocks" zones... and now, across the next few months, NASA spacecraft close in on the two most wondrous and...
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Regarding the controversy of "beaming yoohoo" at aliens, Joel Achenbach has a fine and balanced  piece, running front page tomorrow in the post.
 
http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/the-latest-debate-about-space-aliens-should-we-say-hello-or-keep-quiet/2015/02/28/43aa4a52-bcf5-11e4-bdfa-b8e8f594e6ee_story.html
We’ve been listening to the stars for years. Now researchers want to send messages toward newly discovered planets in deep space. But some worry we may contact Klingons instead of E.T.
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Yes, it was good to have Leonard Nimoy among us.  I won't say Rest in Peace, because frankly, although I am a scientific dubious agnostic, I do hope he is not "resting," but off on his next cool adventure.  Maybe even where no one has been, before.

http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2015/02/27/389516793/leonard-nimoy-mr-spock-on-star-trek-dies-at-83

Oh, what a tricky guy -- getting all the world's nerds to hold up a rabbinical hand sign.... probably well into the future.
The cause was end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, his wife, Susan Bay Nimoy, told The New York Times.
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NEW FILM! - 'April Showers'

'A cautious cat tries to stay dry until he gets his cover blown!'

Please LIKE and SHARE if you love Simon's Cat!
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Dang, at high-contrast, these two bright-white spots on Ceres sure look creepy. Especially given the number of times I have written about the possibility of alien “lurker” probes in the asteroid belt!  Do I give that explanation high odds? “Of course not! “ says the part of me with a PhD in Planetary Science, whose papers included studies on reflectivity of small, icy bodies with exposed dust layers.

On the other hand…. I have also been in the SETI biz and the Sci Fi Biz all my adult life.  I’d have to be stoned or lobotomized not to take a briefly mental busman’s holiday, and ponder… what-f?

http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2015/02/26/389245969/nasa-sees-bright-spots-on-dwarf-planet-in-our-solar-system
Scientists are puzzled by a new image taken by NASA's Dawn spacecraft, which found two bright spots on the dwarf planet Ceres. The spots are noticeably brighter than other parts of the surface.
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They have found the Enterprise !
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BSD -CURRENT is Usable Daily - BSD Magazine 2015-02
Running the development branch of a *BSD daily might sound scary. Indeed, this is basically the experimentations' land and this use case seems to apply only to BSD developers—the internal APIs might suddenly change because they it needs to, some bugs can be fixed. But some new ones can be introduced without notice ... Although that, in general, the community is quite reactive and fixes them fairly quickly. David will explain the reasons of using what is called the -CURRENT branches.
http://bsdmag.org/download/new-bsd-issue-bsd-current-is-usable-daily/

#freebsd   #openbsd   #bsd  
Dear Readers, Nice to meet you again. Now, you are going to read the next issue from BSD magazine. INSIDE BSD -CURRENT is Usable Daily David
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If you don't care about your RNG quality, maybe ;)
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After rather classical University studies (DEUG MIAS, Licence info, Maitrise Info, DEA I3), I've done a phd on program analysis for security.

Currently I'm co-leader of LSE a small lab working on systems and computer security. I'm also a programming teacher at EPITA where I teach OCaml/C programming, Algorithm, Java Programming and Parallel Programming.

The LSE lab hosts many security and kernel programming related projects, and I actually leading an experimental project on designing a modern programming language for kernel programming.

Some years ago, I've used to play in a Raw Black Metal band called Olc Sinnsir that has recorded two demo-tapes and full length album (The Throne Of Dead Emotions out on Oaken Shield Records). While I'm not playing for a particular band now, I still have some plans to found a new one oriented over heavy/thrash/progressive influences.
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manage to work with LSE aliens, have one daughter
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Computer science teacher and engineer
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Programming (C, C++, OCaml, go … ), Parallel computing, Programming Language design and implementation …
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  • EPITA - LSE - IONIS
    Computer science teacher and engineer, 2006 - present
    Team Leader of System Laboratory Programming Teachers
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Très bien pour un séjour court. Personnel agréable, cadre superbe et piscine très sympa. Le restaurant n'en est pas un par contre (il n'est pas pire que les cantines d'hôtel au même tarif ... ) Par contre le petit déjeuner est complet avec de bonnes viennoiseries et du choix. Le départ est peut être un peu tôt par contre. En bref : un week-end agréable.
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super accueil et bonnes crêpes ! on y retournera !
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Sympa, surtout pour un geek de la cuisine comme moi 😁
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Un accueil chaleureux et agréable et un repas délicieux. Je recommande fortement !
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