Página principal de PROFESIONALESPCM.ORG Página principal de PROFESIONALESPCM.ORG Afíliate el Partido Comunista de España

Sección: Software y Conocimiento Libre

Título: Debian Project News - July 21st, 2015- Enlace 1

Texto del artículo:

Debian Project News - July 21st, 2015


Welcome to this year's sixth issue of DPN, the newsletter for the Debian community. Topics covered in this issue include:



Perl team sprint



The Debian Perl team had its first
sprint
in May, and it was a success:
seven members met in Barcelona over the weekend from May 22 to
May 24 to kick off Perl development for Stretch and
to work on QA tasks across the more than 3000 packages that the
team maintains. Find all the details in the sprint
report.


New documentation guides on the Debian website



On his blog, Osamu Aoki announced
some updates to Debian documentation. Having created the
debmake helper script to
produce Debian source packages, to take into account new packaging best practices,
he has rewritten the Debian Maintainers' Guide from scratch, available in the
debmake-doc package.
Meanwhile, the Debian
Handbook
is now also available from the
Debian website. This version
is built automatically from the
corresponding
package
in Debian unstable. This is also the case for the documentation from
debmake-doc and more
generally for other debian-doc related packages.


Bits from the DPL



Neil McGovern, Debian project leader, sent a
report
about his recent activities: communication (in particular an
interview
by Steven Ovadia, and an open questions
session
on Reddit), funding management, and work with trusted organisations.


Help rescuing Debian Live Rescue



Ben Armstrong
sent
a second call for help to revive the rescue flavour of the Debian Live image,
which missed the Debian Jessie release, with a list of tasks to achieve.
If you are interested in helping with the Debian Live rescue image, contact
the #debian-live IRC channel on irc.debian.org, or send an email to
Debian Live mailing list.


Debian switches to FFmpeg for multimedia packages



For the Wheezy release, the Debian project moved from having FFmpeg as the provider of multimedia libraries
to Libav, which is also in use in the Jessie release.
The Debian Multimedia team
announced
that after a careful
review
, they have decided to switch back to FFmpeg, and will do their best
to finish the transition for the next stable release, Debian Stretch.


Reproducible builds funded by the Linux Foundation



The
Linux
Fundation's Core Infrastructure Initiative

announced
that
they will support
two Debian Developers, Holger Levsen and
Jérémy Bobbio, with $200,000 to advance their Debian work on
reproducible builds
and to collaborate more closely with other distributions such as
Fedora, Ubuntu, and OpenWrt to benefit from this effort.



In the meantime, Jérémy Bobbio
published
several
issues
of his
weekly
report
from the Debian reproducible builds effort: since the last issue of
the Debian Project News, about 500 packages have become reproducible.


Transition to GCC5 and libstdc++6



Matthias Klose sent a
message
about the transition to GCC5 and libstdc++6, scheduled for the end of the month.
Bugs were filed for packages
failing
to build from source

with the new GCC version, and for those where
investigation
is needed
, to see if the transition to the new libstdc++ affects them.
Details of the transition can be found on the
dedicated Debian wiki page.


Report from Google Summer of Code students



Yuru Roy Shao, mentored by Ritesh
Raj Sarraf
, is working on Apport integration in Debian. Yuru posted
a report on
the new features he implemented: uniqueness of the apport-notifyd notification
daemon instance, installation of debug symbols, use of the system APT cache to
avoid downloading packages twice, and Debian BTS integration.
Orestis Ioannou also sent an
update
on the work he has done on a new web application, the copyright tracker, as part of
the Debsources project.


Long Term Support reports



Guido Günther,
Thorsten Alteholz,
Mike Gabriel, and
Ben
Hutchings
published their activities in Debian on their blogs, with a special
emphasis on their work on
Squeeze Long Term Support.


Tips and Tricks



Several members of the Debian community shared some tips:
Thomasz Buchert explained
how to tag emails which haven't been replied to, using notmuch.
Simon Josefsson
explained
how to deal with SSH Host Certificates with a YubiKey NEO.
Julien Danjou
published
on his blog an article on the need to always consider timezone
information with any timestamp, and how to do that in Python.
Sandro Tosi explained
how to tweak the configuration of CFEngine for package upgrades, to deal with
epochs in Debian versions.
Michael Prokop
noticed
on his blog that HAProxy causes random Hash Sum mismatch errors with
Debian Squeeze clients. A solution to this issue was proposed in a comment by Petter
Reinholdtsen.


Other news


The 39th issue of the
miscellaneous news for developers
has been released and covers the following topics:



Martin Michlmayr
announced
that support for the D-Link DNS-323 and Conceptronic CH3SNAS has been
removed in Debian Stretch, because the kernel is now too large to fit into
the flash on these devices.


The technical committee
published
their
decision
about the maintainership of the
aptitude package.



Niels Thykier sent an
update
on the status of
automatically generated
debug packages
, with a summary of the missing pieces, hints on how people can help to
improve the situation, and some answers to frequently asked questions.


He also introduced
in his blog
a new tool he created with the FTP masters for dak,
the Debian Archive Kit. The purpose of the auto-decrufter is to
identify common types of cruft (such as binary packages no longer
built from any source package), and automatically remove them from
unstable when nothing Depends or Build-Depends on them. Until recently that
removal has been 100% manual and done by the FTP masters.


Pirate Praveen Arimbrathodiyil successfully managed to get a
crowd-funding campaign to work
full time for a month on the Debian packaging for the
Diaspora social network.
He sent
a report explaining the different tasks he carried out, including packaging 23
dependencies and updating 34 existing packages.


New Debian Contributors



4 applicants have been
accepted
as Debian Developers, and
23 people have started
to maintain packages
since the previous issue of the Debian
Project News. Please welcome
Diane Trout,
Thomas Vincent,
Chrysostomos Nanakos,
Markus Wanner,
Zhou Mo,
Ilias Tsitsimpis,
Daniel Dehennin,
Marcel Fourné,
Corey Bryant,
Bertrand Neron,
Thomas Calderon,
Giovani Augusto Ferreira,
Afif Elghraoui,
Komal Dsukhani,
Chris West,
Senthil Kumaran S,
Syam G Krishnan,
Azat Khuzhin,
Axel Burri,
Larissa Reis,
Sebastian Wouters,
Gunter Königsmann,
Dimitris Kalamaras,
Orestis Ioannou,
Sergio Durigan Junior,
Roelof Berg,
and
Lucas de Castro Borges,
into our project!


Important Debian Security Advisories


Debian's Security Team recently released
advisories for these packages (among others):
qemu,
qemu-kvm,
xen,
openssl,
libav,
p7zip,
linux,
drupal7,
cinder,
pyjwt,
wireshark,
cacti,
libcrypto++,
unattended-upgrades,
jackrabbit,
stunnel4,
icewease,
haproxy,
libwmf,
cups-filter,
bind9,
python-django,
pdns,
pdns-recursor, and
mysql-5.5.
Please read them carefully and take the proper measures.


The Debian team in charge of Squeeze Long Term Support released
security update announcements for these packages:
p7zip,
linux-2.6,
linux-2.6 ,
openssl,
qemu,
qemu-kvm,
libclamunrar,
zendframework,
postgresql-8.4,
zendframework,
libwmf,
librack-ruby,
cacti,
t1utils,
libwmf,
jqueryui ,
shibboleth-sp2,
hostapd,
aptdaemon,
libcrypto++,
ruby1.9.1,
libmodule-signature-perl,
unattended-upgrades,
pykerberos,
libxml2,
aptdaemon,
virtualbox-ose,
linux-ftpd-ssl,
bind9,
libunwind, and
python-django.
Please read them carefully and take the proper measures.


Debian's Stable Release Team released update announcements for these packages:
clamav,
open-vm-tools,
tzdata, and
libdatetime-timezone-perl.
Please read them carefully and take the proper measures.


Please note that these are a selection of the more important security
advisories of the last weeks. If you need to be kept up to date about
security advisories released by the Debian Security Team, please
subscribe to the security mailing
list
(and the separate backports
list
, and stable updates
list
) for announcements.


New and noteworthy packages



1633 packages were added to the unstable Debian archive
recently. Among
many others
are:



Work-needing packages


Currently 673 packages are orphaned and 176 packages are up for adoption: please visit the complete list of packages which need your help.


Want to continue reading DPN?


Please help us create this newsletter. We still need more volunteer writers to watch the Debian community and report about what is going on. Please see the contributing page to find out how to help. We're looking forward to receiving your mail at debian-publicity@lists.debian.org.

Artículo de www.profesionalespcm.org insertado por: El administrador web - Fecha: 22/07/2015 - Modificar

Comparte el artículo en las REDES SOCIALES: delicious Delicious | meneame Meneame | facebook Facebook | twitter Twitter | Technorati | barrapuntoBarrapunto
Próximamente disponible también para * Digg * Google Bookmarks* Wikio * Bitacoras.com * Reddit * * RSS * Technorati * Tuenti
Accedido o leido aproximadamente 534 veces desde 22/07/2015
Hilo de Alberto Garzón en Twitter sobre clientelismo corrupto Banco Santander con jueces, políticos y empresarios
Ayuda a financiar las campañas electorales de IU para 2019 suscribiendo un microcrédito
#BoycottEurovision2019 Firma para pedir que Eurovisión 2019 no se celebre en Israel

Sitio Web del Núcleo de Profesionales y Técnicos del Partido Comunista de Madrid PCM/PCE- http://www.profesionalespcm.org 
Actualizado a 22/01/19
Los comentarios y colaboraciones son bienvenidos
(comunistas_ARROBA_profesionalespcm_PUNTO_org): Carta a comunistas_ARROBA_profesionalespcm_PUNTO_org
Envíanos tu colaboración, o comentarios vía formulario.
¡¡AFÍLIATE EL PARTIDO COMUNISTA DE MADRID - PCE
!

BÚSQUEDAS en este sitio web
AGREGADOR - SINDICACIÓN DE NOTICIAS RSS RDF XML DE PROFESIONALESPCM.ORG - SYNDICATE OUR NEWS - Content FeedsAGREGADOR - SINDICACIÓN DE NOTICIAS RSS RDF XML DE PROFESIONALESPCM.ORG - SYNDICATE OUR NEWS - Content FeedsAgregador RSS de noticias y contenidos - Aquí OTRA VERSIÓN DEL AGREGADOR RSS XML  AGREGADOR - SINDICACIÓN DE NOTICIAS RSS RDF XML DE PROFESIONALESPCM.ORG - SYNDICATE OUR NEWS - Content FeedsAGREGADOR - SINDICACIÓN DE NOTICIAS RSS RDF XML DE PROFESIONALESPCM.ORG - SYNDICATE OUR NEWS - Content Feeds

IMPRIMIR Imprimir ESTA PAGINA (sólo si es imprescindible)  

Secciones: 
    [11-M Terror y Manipulación]  [15M, Unid@s Podemos, mareas, unidad popular, PAH]  [Acta Moderna]  [África]  [Anarquismo]  [Antiglobalización]  [Antivirus, Seguridad Informática]  [Archivo Sonoro, música y vídeo]  [Argentina]  [Bibliografía/Citas]  [Brasil]  [CC.OO.]  [CGT]  [Chile]  [China, R.P.]  [Ciencia]  [Cine]  [Colombia]  [Congresos]  [Contactos]  [Convenios Colectivos]  [Convocatorias]  [Convocatorias defensa FERROCARRIL]  [Correo recibido]  [CORRUPCIÓN, puertas giratorias,impuestos, transparencia]  [Cuba Socialista]  [Documentos militante IU/ PCE]  [Documentos, opinión, debate]  [Ecologismo, Movilidad y Soberanía Alimentaria]  [Economía]  [El Problema Español]  [Empleo (ofertas)]  [Enlaces]  [Esperanto]  [Estados Unidos de América]  [Europa]  [FIRMAS DE APOYO A MANIFIESTOS]  [Formación / Educación]  [Foro/Lista de Correo]  [Fotografías]  [Huelga General]  [Humor]  [Infancia / Juventud]  [Legislación]  [Literatura y otras Artes]  [Marxismo]  [Memoria Histórica]  [México]  [Movimiento Obrero/Mundo del Trabajo]  [Mujer / Feminismo]  [Mundo Insurgente]  [No Fumar /Derecho Fumadores Pasivos]  [Organigrama]  [Palestina]  [Plan de Trabajo]  [Prensa / Medios comunicación]  [Profesionales y Comunistas]  [República Española, La Tercera y Socialista]  [Resoluciones]  [Rusia, URSS, Centenario Revolución Soviética]  [Sáhara Occidental]  [Salud]  [Sexualidad y mundo gay]  [SIDA]  [Software y Conocimiento Libre]  [Venezuela Bolivariana]  [Yugoslavia y la autogestión socialista]
Volver a la página principal de www.profesionalespcm.org

Volver a la página de inicio
Código QR para dispositivos móviles:


Novedades

     ¡ PINCHA AQUÍ PARA VER LISTADO COMPLETO Y CRONOLÓGICO DE LAS NOVEDADES PINCHA AQUÍ PARA LISTADO COMPLETO Y CRONOLÓGICO DE LAS NOVEDADESPINCHA AQUÍ PARA VER LISTADO COMPLETO Y CRONOLÓGICO DE LAS NOVEDADES

PCE - IU - Construyendo Unidad Popular:

Página principal de www.profesionalespcm.orgINCLUYE EL BANNER EN TU SITIO WEB   PCE
Recomendado reproducir material citando su procedencia. Esta publicación es copyleft. Puede ser copiada sin ninguna restricción siempre que se mantenga esta nota. Apostamos por una Internet para todos y por el Software Libre EL NÚCLEO DE PROFESIONALES Y TÉCNICOS DEL PCM SE IDENTIFICA Y HACE RESPONSABLE EXCLUSIVAMENTE DE LOS TEXTOS INCLUIDOS EN ESTE SITIO WEB, QUE FIRME COMO RESOLUCIONES O COMUNICADOS DE LA MISMA. Todos los datos públicos de este sitio web están tomados de la Red o enviados por sus creadores, su único fin es divulgar la noticia, nunca apropiarse de textos y fotos, Siempre publicamos  la fuente cuando es conocida



Blog de debate NEURONASROJAS.profesionalespcm.org

Muro en Facebook NEURONASROJAS de profesionalespcm.org


Canal en YouTube de profesionalespcm.org

Sitio desnuclearizado, camapaña de Ecologistas en Acción
Sitio desnuclearizado, campaña de Ecologistas en Acción


NO PAGUES LA CRISIS

Declaración del PCE sobre ataque a Siria -
NO A LA GUERRA
La agresión militar lanzada contra Siria por EE.UU., Gran Bretaña y Francia abre un escenario de extrema gravedad ante el que el mundo debe responder

NO AL CANON DE CDs DE LA SGAE
NO A LAS PATENTES DE SOFTWARE

No acepto ser fumador pasivoEl humo ambiental del tabaco mata. No fumes en lugares comunes
GRACIAS POR NO FUMAR EN LUGARES COMUNES
EL COCHE DEVORA A TU CUIDAD, TU PLANETA Y TUS AMIGOS, APARCA EL COCHE PARA SIEMPREAPÁRCALO PARA SIEMPRE