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Anthony Liguori
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Our planned route to Seattle.  Carefully chosen based on availability of dog friendly hotels.  Should be fun :-)
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Hey Nick. I found an article you might find helpful. From Nov 14 New Yorker: The Programmer’s Price
by Lizzie Widdicombe and Nathan Heller, newyorker.com.
Will paste entire article for you if you send me a good email. Mine is cliffrodman@gmail.com. Uncle Don.
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We're just about finished the schedule for KVM Forum 2013 and just like previous years, I'm disappointed by the fact that there are far too many good talks with no humanly possible way to attend every single one of them.

If you haven't registered, make sure you do before it fills up!
KVM Forum brings together the community of developers and users that define the KVM ecosystem for an annual technical conference.
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+QEMU patches should be coming shortly...
 
PowerPC64 Linux now available in little endian flavour
[PATCH 00/63] 64bit PowerPC little endian support. Anton Blanchard anton at samba.org. Wed Aug 7 02:01:17 EST 2013. Previous message: [PATCH 2/6 v3] kvm: powerpc: allow guest control "E" attribute in mas2; Next message: [PATCH 01/63] powerpc: Align p_toc; Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] ...
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Thanks for the super quick QEMU review Anthony!
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We're trying to resolve an unintended licensing problem in QEMU.  One of the challenges we're facing is that one of the contributors unfortunately passed away a few years ago.  Now we're trying to contact his next of kin for permission.

That got me thinking about whether I should make provisions for the code I've written in my will that isn't owned by my employer.  I don't know that I want to just say all my copyright is CC0.  I'd like to preserve copyleft where I can.  At the same time, I've contributed to lots of different projects and not all of them are GPLv2+.

Is it possible to donate your copyright to the FSF or some other organization after death?  Has anyone made provisions in their will to deal with relicensing their copyright?
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Here's a link to what +John Layt is talking about: http://ev.kde.org/rules/fla.php
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Just a reminder that IBM OzLabs is hiring in Canberra: if you're looking for cool Linux/FOSS jobs here's the wiki page for the linux.conf.au Jobs BoF:
https://lca2013.linux.org.au/wiki/Jobs_BoF
Are you hiring, or looking for a job? Let's get the right people into a room and discuss what's out there. If you're going to attend, let us know: Michael Still -- Rackspace; Robert Collins -- HP Clou...
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Congrats to the Samba team!
 
After many years of work 4.0 is now out.
This is a great milestone!
Have fun trying it out.

Check also the release notes to learn about all features and guidance to try it out https://www.samba.org/samba/history/samba-4.0.0.html
Samba 4.0 released - The First Free Software Active Directory Compatible Server is now available ! Jeremy Allison jra at samba.org. Tue Dec 11 10:32:42 MST 2012. Previous message: samba4 rc6 join Wind...
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The QEMU 1.3.0 release is now out!  This release includes PCI passthrough, virtio-rng, improves USB3.0 emulation, and much, much more.
From: Anthony Liguori us.ibm.com> Subject: [ANNOUNCE] QEMU 1.3.0 release. Newsgroups: gmane.comp.emulators.qemu. Date: 2012-12-03 20:51:49 GMT (6 minutes ago). Hi, On behalf of the QEMU Team, I&#39...
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Thanks for all your help with virtio-rng +H. Peter Anvin!
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We're heading to Seattle for Labor Day weekend.  It's 103F right now in Austin but 73F in Seattle--a full 30F (16C) difference.

This is one of the cooler summers we've had in recent times in Austin too...
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Some Hacker News love for the +QEMU 1.6.0 release.
Fabrice Bellard is one of my heros. Humble, talented, and prolific - see http://bellard.org/. Not less importantly, most of it is open source, and in fact, much of it making today's open source tick as well as it does: QEMU formed the basis on which VirtualBox, Xen and KVM were built.
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While I suspect most people on G+ understand the issue, it's basically this: up until a few months ago, cell phone providers could not stop you from using a phone that you purchased from them with a different provider if you switch service.

It was only ever illegal because of an overly restrictive law that lets copyright holders have total control of a product even after you have purchased it an own it.  Among other things, this law is being used to prevent home mechanics from fixing their own cars.
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The "welded hood" analogy that's supposed to incense people is now actually upon us with the likes of the Leaf and the Model S. A substantial chunk of the technology for such a car is in the control unit, and it's locked down.
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I'm often asked what IBM does with KVM and why we invest.  Much to my surprise, our marketing team put together a landing page that has lots of information about what we're doing in KVM and why.  They even capitalized +QEMU correctly :-)
KVM supports enterprise-class performance and scalability to run mission critical Windows and Linux workloads. Because KVM is open source, it is flexible and cost effective. And because IBM stands beh...
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KVM creates virtual machines as Linux processes which can then run either Linux or Windows as a guest operating system, and using a modified version of another open source module – QEMU – to provide I/O device emulation inside the virtual machine
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I guess they can update this part, considering that qemu-kvm and qemu were merged...
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Decided to end the holiday with my first attempt at making sausage. This is the result of starting with about 10lbs of pork shoulder. From the left to right it's Boudin, Sweet Italian, and Bratwurst. While cleaning a "hank" of natural casing may have been the grossest thing I've done in the name of deliciousness I am quite pleased with the end product.
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Yes, I have the problem with the stuffer and no, I don't use the blades with it :-) It looks like it's heating up as well, mostly when using the slim stuffer (works better with the large one).

Not a big deal but I'll definitely try the freezing trick next time, I've had to stop & clean the blade a few time when grinding to remove all the connective stuff wrap around it, semi-freezing might help there. Thanks !
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