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Debian stretch: changes in util-linux #newinstretch

Fri, 19 May 2017 08:42:57 +0000

We’re coming closer to the Debian/stretch stable release and similar to what we had with #newinwheezy and #newinjessie it’s time for #newinstretch! Hideki Yamane already started the game by blogging about GitHub’s Icon font, fonts-octicons and Arturo Borrero Gonzalez wrote a nice article about nftables in Debian/stretch. One package that isn’t new but its tools […]



systemd backport of v230 available for Debian/jessie

Thu, 28 Jul 2016 09:10:21 +0000

At DebConf 16 I was working on a systemd backport for Debian/jessie. Results are officially available via the Debian archive now. In Debian jessie we have systemd v215 (which originally dates back to 2014-07-03 upstream-wise, plus changes + fixes from pkg-systemd folks of course). Now via Debian backports you have the option to update systemd […]



mur.strom: Podcast über Debian

Thu, 07 Jan 2016 09:04:40 +0000

mur.strom ist ein Podcast aus Graz rund um Technologie und Gesellschaft. Am 6. Jänner wurde eine neue Folge veröffentlicht, in der es um das Debian-Projekt geht. Sebastian Ramacher und ich waren die Interview-Gäste, viel Spaß beim Hören der ~1h 43 Minuten: http://murstrom.at/msp016-debian/



DebConf15: “Continuous Delivery of Debian packages” talk

Mon, 24 Aug 2015 12:15:42 +0000

At the Debian Conference 2015 I gave a talk about Continuous Delivery of Debian packages. My slides are available online (PDF, 753KB). Thanks to the fantastic video team there’s also a recording of the talk available: WebM (471MB) and on YouTube.


Media Files:
http://meetings-archive.debian.net/pub/debian-meetings/2015/debconf15/Continuous_Delivery_of_Debian_packages.webm




The #newinjessie game: tools related to RPM packages

Mon, 04 May 2015 15:11:44 +0000

Continuing the #newinjessie game: Bernhard Miklautz, contributor to jenkins-debian-glue and author of jenkins-package-builder (being in an early stage but under active development to provide support for building RPMs, similar to what jenkins-debian-glue provides for building Debian/Ubuntu packages) pointed out that there are new tools related to RPM packaging available in Debian/jessie: mock: Build rpm packages […]



GLT15: Slides of my “Debian 8 aka jessie, what’s new” talk

Tue, 28 Apr 2015 10:55:36 +0000

I wasn’t sure whether I would make it to Linuxdays Graz (GLT15) this year so I didn’t participate in its call for lectures. But when meeting folks on the evening before the main event I came up with the idea of giving a lightning talk as special kind of celebrating the Debian jessie release. So […]



The #newinjessie game: new forensic packages in Debian/jessie

Fri, 24 Apr 2015 14:54:21 +0000

Repeating what I did for the last Debian release with the #newinwheezy game it’s time for the #newinjessie game: Debian/jessie AKA Debian 8.0 includes a bunch of packages for people interested in digital forensics. The packages maintained within the Debian Forensics team which are new in the Debian/jessie stable release as compared to Debian/wheezy (and […]



Ten years of Grml

Mon, 22 Dec 2014 16:06:11 +0000

On 22nd of October 2004 an event called OS04 took place in Seifenfabrik Graz/Austria and it marked the first official release of the Grml project. Grml was initially started by myself in 2003 – I registered the domain on September 16, 2003 (so technically it would be 11 years already :)). It started with a […]



How geeks celebrate a birthday AKA bin2dec

Wed, 29 Aug 2012 22:42:20 +0000

Far away from Rosetta Code, but that’s what Frank and I came up with when explaining 100000₂: Guile: guile <<< \#b100000 guile -c '((@@ (ice-9 format) format) #t "~d~%" #b100000)' Racket: racket -e '#b100000' Ruby: ruby -e 'puts "100000".to_i(2)' Python: python -c 'print int("100000", 2)' Perl: perl -e 'print 0b100000' Zsh: zsh -c 'print $((2#100000))' […]



jenkins-debian-glue: Continuous Integration for Debian and Ubuntu made easy

Mon, 27 Aug 2012 10:29:13 +0000

jenkins-debian-glue is an open source project of mine which recently celebrated its first birthday and it’s time to finally write about it. jenkins-debian-glue allows you to build Debian and Ubuntu packages directly from the Jenkins continuous integration system. It retrieves package sources from a version control repository, adjusts debian/changelog (handle version number + mention changes […]