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Eww...
Some more information on how stuff is migrated where would be very helpful...
https://about.gitlab.com/2015/03/03/gitlab-acquires-gitorious/
Mar 3rd, 2015. As reported by the Next Web GitLab and Gitorious announce today they are joining forces in an effort to strengthen the development of GitLab's open source Git management application and provide Gitorious customers with an enhanced user experience.
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Looks like this is only broken in Firefox (fails with an encryption error) - Chrome is fine... Weird.
I still get an Error 500 at Gitorious though, that is browser-agnostic :P
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This new GDB feature could become incredibly helpful in future! :-)
https://sourceware.org/gdb/current/onlinedocs/gdb/Compiling-and-Injecting-Code.html
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Whoah! That is amazing!
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Der erste wirklich gute Artikel zum den Bedenken von RMS: http://www.pro-linux.de/news/1/22020/stallman-systematischer-angriff-auf-gnu.html
- Danke, Pro-Linux!
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Great post from David Edmundson on why desktop-environments want systemd (and also IMHO one of the strongest cases for using systemd, apart from the init-system part of it)
http://blog.davidedmundson.co.uk/blog/systemd-and-plasma
In some of the comments about the latest Plasma release sometimes someone brings up the topic of systemd. This is normally met with the rebuttal "Why should a desktop environment care about what init sytstem is used?". It's a very sensible question, but it's also one that's easily answered.
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Do you have any fake flash media? Can you help?
I've been using F3 to check my flash drives, and this is how I discovered my drives were counterfeit. It seems to me this kind of feature needs to be built inside gnome-multi-writer itself to avoid sending fake flash out to customers. Last night I wrote a simple tool called ...
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Too bad, no #FOSDEM for me this year :-( Even if it is not a very long trip, at the current point in time traveling there is a bit too expensive for me. I hope I can make it next year, and I will definitively be at this year's Debconf ;-)
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The magic of OverlayFS: To write testsuite for Limba, I previously needed a lot of path-hacks, since Limba tries to write into many directories (/var, /usr/local, /usr/share/, ...), and those writes needed to be redirected in a test-environment. Also, the code contained loads of other test-specific hacks.
Those are all gone now, thanks to a new fake-root test-environment I create with OverlayFS.
I basically create two directory trees containing the FHS directories, and then mount the first directory tree using the host system as OFS lower-dir, and the shadow (second) FHS tree as upper-dir. Then I chroot into the first directory structure. Now, everything Limba will write to the fake "root" filesystem, will actually land in the shadow-copy for examination.
This is incredibly useful, since it tests Limba under very realistic conditions, with all paths exactly like in a production system, without having to bootstrap a container for testing first. Furthermore, I can also switch configurations used by Limba quickly now, and even can create snapshots of a test environment to reproduce a bug later. Cleaning up the test-environment is also just a matter of removing the shadow FHS-tree.
Not sure if this was the smartest solution for that testsuite issue, but it works pretty great! Things to test is if it also works on distros which performed the /usr-merge.
A drawback of that solution is that the Travis-CI system can't test Limba anymore, because their kernel is at 2.6.32 - and we ideally need 3.18 now (or at least an older OFS kernel module built & installed).
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Also mal ehrlich +Google+  - liegt das an mir oder warum taucht wirklich sämtliche Propaganda und Verschwörungstheorie in meinem Stream auf?
Diese Woche im Angebot: Natürlich wieder das übliche "Puting ist der größte" und sämtliche seltsame Theorien über die "westlichen Medien" die uns alles Mögliche verschweigen (momentan: England und die USA unterstützen den IS, Russland hält sie davon ab). Das gegenteilige gibt's dann allerdings auch (aber seltener), mit wirklich irren Theorien warum Putin der Teufel ist.
Dazu diese Woche dann noch jede Menge Blödsinn von der Anti-Impfbewegung, mit wirklich bescheuerten Argumenten (das war zugegeben für mich als jemanden aus der medizinischen Forschung gar nicht so uninteressant, da man diese Leute sonst wirklich nie trifft).
Manchmal tauchen auch ganze "Weltverschwörungs-Theorien" (natürlich auch mit den Illuminaten!) auf.
Kann man diesen ganzen Quatsch und pseudo-intellektuellen Mist (denke da grade ganz besonders an einen "ernährt euch von der Energie des Universums" post) irgendwo abstellen? Der "Angesagte Beiträge" Algorithmus hat jedenfalls entweder eine ziemliche Macke, oder meine Bild der Menschheit ist noch zu positiv.
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All that European pro-Putin propaganda will never beat our Russian pro-Putin propaganda in its idiotness (and scale) :-)
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Another Limba release is ready!
The software now has all basic functionality you would expect from such a tool (installing remote and local software packages, removing packages, upgrading software). The next releases will feature some "comfort" functionality (progress-bars, better AppStream integration, ...) and a lot more testing.
I am also cooking up a new Limba-related project which will make working with it a lot more fun soon ;-)
https://github.com/ximion/limba/commit/295de108a1bb542286965cfc0ad699b8dbfb01fa
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CMlyst!
Now that Cutelyst is allowing me to write web applications with the tools I like, I can use it to build the kind of web applications I need but am not fine with using the existing ones... Wordpress...
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Beautiful PlanetKDE! :-) I love the new design.
https://planetkde.org/
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Ya ha pasado a mejor vida el tiempo es que instalar un sistema operativo GNU/Linux era una odisea. No obstante nunca está de más hacer pequeños tutoriales para que los recién llegados no teman dar el salto. Bienvenidos a cómo instalar Kubuntu 14.10 en x sencillos y cómodos pasos.
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Yes! This has always been one of the most frustrating experiences when I used GNOME: Hitting the DEL key with no effect. If now the folder-content-filtering is brought back as well, I might be happy with Nautilus again :-) (recursive search is annoying, since it searches in subfolders by default and found file are moved to a different place on the screen - makes navigating in source code more difficult)
 
Goodmorning Google plus, with RADICAL changes on Files! 

<Ctrl+Delete> is no longer required, and <Delete> alone[1] will do what was supposed to do, what was invented to do! Awesome?!

That's because there are now (since today/not in master yet) in-app notifications on Files[2], to act as safe guard.

Notice on some distros like Ubuntu, <Delete> is actually working, but that's a downstream configuration. 

Also on video you'll see the recursive search that replaces type-ahead in GTK file chooser. Oh, and currently is super buggy, but it will be there in GTK 3.16

The major problem with recursive search remains the performance, but SSDs are quite cheap nowadays! 

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[1]Change delete accelerator
https://git.gnome.org/browse/nautilus/commit/?h=wip/delete_notification&id=8c9c13c04fca50cacbd18b3d2aa36dff49e40c25

[2]Add in app notification for move to trash
https://git.gnome.org/browse/nautilus/commit/?h=wip/delete_notification&id=5962d2f680dd27d11216d14a557bd3775184fe5b

#GTK   #GNOME   #Files   #Search   #Notifications   #Nautilus  
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