Eeek, Heise reports (in German) on an "Industrial Risk Assesment Map (IRAM)" created by the DFN, which visualizes vulnerable industrial installations. A scary map:
I'd like to welcome Ubuntu to the community! I am looking forward to a fruitful collaboration! Let's hope we can leave the past behind us, and work together in future!
"Friends don't let friends run home router factory firmware."
Install OpenWrt or CeroWrt today if you are capable, and help reduce your vulnerability. And you can suffer less from bufferbloat, as an added bonus.
We must demand open code, and an update stream to go with any device we buy, as we go forward into the "brave new world" that some call the "Internet of Things". Binary blobs of any sort (particularly unmaintained blobs, which most are) are a long term danger. Make your purchasing choices wisely, educate your family and friends of the problem, and if you are an open source developer, come help out. The network you save and protect may be your own....
The EU wants to hear your opinion on copyright reform. On this site we're making it easy for you to respond to the official EU consultation by filtering out the questions that don't apply to you. Together we can make our opinions and experiences heard!
(Actually thats not entirely true - the European Commission is trying to perform a 'consultation' using an 80 question highly technical document, that isn't translated, over only 60 days including Christmas/New Year. Which in my books is up with expensing your moat cleaning...)
Copywrongs is a chance to help them get proper responses
- Lanedo GmbHManaging Director, 2009 - presentAt Lanedo, I'm managing a highly skilled team of Free Software experts that I can learn from everyday. As a company we focus on open standards and proving Open Source quality to our customers around a variety of Open Source projects.
- Imendio ABLead Developer, 2005 - 2009At Imendio I've been leading the development team for the graphical toolkit and Maemo infrastructure of the Nokia N770 up to N910. We worked on many software applications and software layers of the entire product, focusing on stability improvements and optimizations for speed and low power consumption of the embedded devices.
- Red Hat SoftwareDeveloper, 1999 - 2001Back at Red Hat, I developed the GObject object system, which is nowadays powering the GNOME and XFCE desktops. I've also been co-maintaining the GTK+ toolkit back in the day and helped with the development of the ALSA sound driver project.
- University of HamburgComputer Science, 1999 - 2005
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