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Arturo Borrero Gonzalez
Works at Centro Científico Informático de Andalucía
Attends University of Seville
Lives in Sevilla, España
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How are we training to climb Mulhacen
Alcazaba, Punta de la Cornisa and Mulhacén 3.479 m I have been in some adventures with a group of friends for a couple of years now. We call ourselves Los Extraviaos (a quick translation to english is perhaps The Wanderers). We like nature adventures. Durin...
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Playing with the HA stack in Debian strecth
Given the HA stack is now in very good shape in Debian stretch [testing by now] we can start playing a bit with these tools. There are 2 main points in doing so now: reporting bugs systemd integration The last HA stack was in Debian wheezy, which didn't inc...
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Great Debian meeting!
Last week we finally ended with a proper Debian informal meeting at Seville. A total amount of 9 people attended, 3 of them DDs (Aurelien Jarno, Gillem Jover, Ana Guerrero) and 1 DM (me). The meeting started with the usual "personal references" round, and t...
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En los últimos 30 años hemos perdido tres cuartas partes de la capa de hielo flotante de la cima de la Tierra.
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It’s often said that we know more about the surface of the moon than the bottom of the oceans, and we recently learned first hand how true that is.
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Debian meeting at Sevilla (October 2015) report
There was a Debian meeting at Sevilla last week. The meeting was meant to be informal, just to know each other, hang out and drink some beers. There are a several people involved or interested in Debian and FLOSS here, but we barely know in person. The even...
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Entering the Debian NM process
This week I've entered the Debian NM process to move from Debian Maintainer (DM) to Debian Developer (DD). But, what have I been doing for Debian lastly? I've been DM for the last year, after a couple of years maintaining packages with sponsors. Since 2015 ...
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Current status of iptables & nftables in Debian
I would like to give an overview of what is the current status of iptables & nftables in Debian. Some information contained in this article is not new, this post is about what happened to iptables & nftables in the last 3 months, focusing on the integration...
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An update about the HA stack on Debian
Great news! The HA stack has been finally updated and you can find now both pacemaker & corosync in Debian stretch. This is thanks to the hard work of some people, specially Christoph Berg, Ferenc Wágner,  Martin Loschwitz and others. By the time of this bl...
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current status of HA stack on Debian
Let's analyse the current status of the HA (high availability) stack on Debian. For me, the two most important packages are corosync and pacemaker . It is widely known that Debian jessie was released without these two packages in shape. But, why? Problem 1 ...
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Rant: Software Engineering in the University of Seville
I'm an IT engineering student at the University of Seville, where there are 3 flavours to choose:  * Computers engineering: mostly focused on hardware  * Software engineering: focused on software  * IT engineering: a mixture of things, including subjects de...
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  • University of Seville
    Engineering, present
  • ESAMA
    Sonido, 2012
  • IES Gonzalo Nazareno
    Administración de sistemas
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  • Centro Científico Informático de Andalucía
    Técnico, 2011 - present
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Sevilla, España
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Dos Hermanas, España
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