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Título: Debian Project News - May 26th, 2016

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Debian Project News - May 26th, 2016


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



Welcome to the Debian Project News!


We hope that you are enjoying the new format of the DPN.


For other news, please read the official Debian Blog
Bits from Debian, and follow our Pump.io network feed:
https://identi.ca/debian.


Debian's Security Team releases current advisories on a daily basis
(Security Advisories 2016). Please
read them carefully and subscribe to the security mailing
list
.


At the end of this project news we've added a Quick Links section which
links to many of the posts made through our other media streams.


Internal News/Happenings



As of February
2016
there were more than 50,000 binary packages in sid main amd64!
With an increase to 51,000 as of May 2016.


The Great Freeze


The Release Team has set the freeze
dates for Debian 9 (stretch)
: 5 November 2016 for
transitions, 5 January 2017 for the soft freeze, and the full freeze on
5 February 2017.


It is anticipated that stretch will be released with the 4.10 Linux kernel, and these
freeze dates allow for longer upstream support.


Sixth alpha release of the installer for Debian 9 stretch


The Debian Installer team announced
the sixth alpha release of the installer for
Debian 9 stretch.


There are many improvements, such as Debian Pure Blends available in the
software selection screen, improvements in accessibility, Linux 4.5.0-2,
more hardware supported... Testing and feedback are welcome!


All hail the DPL


Mehdi Dogguy has been elected to the position of Debian Project Leader (DPL).
Mehdi shared his ideas and platform for nomination as part of the voting process.


Off to an immediate start he gave an interview to ITWire.com and posted his
first Bits from the DPL report.


Wheezy LTS security support initiated


As of 25 April, nearly three years after the release of Debian 7
(wheezy), regular security support for wheezy came to an end. The Debian
Long Term Support (LTS) Team takes over security support.
Wheezy LTS will be supported until 31 May 2018.


Debian Java Team updates


The Debian Java Team posted an update
of the current state of Java packages. 136 packages added, 63 removed, 213
upgraded, and 145 updated. They are maintaining 892 packages (+12.34%). OpenJDK
9 is available in experimental. New packaging tools have been created to work
with Gradle. Scala has been upgraded to the version 2.11.


The Debian Japanese Translation team and The Debian Administrator's Handbook


The Debian Japanese Translation team led by Ryuunosuke Ayanokouzi completed
an impressive body of work with
the
Japanese translation
of The Debian
Administrator's Handbook. They also met the requirements to publish a Japanese
paperback version of the book, thus joining
French
as the other available paperback
. The
authors kindly donated copies of the Japanese paperback to several Japanese
communities to help them promote Debian and the book.


Ryuunosuke Ayanokouzi thanked everybody involved:



First of all, on behalf of the Japanese translation team, I would like to
express our thanks to the authors, Raphaël Hertzog and Roland Mas, for giving
freedom of translation. Then, I would like to acknowledge many
important suggestions and comments about Japanese translation notably from the
members of Debian JP Project's mailing lists (in particular,
debian-doc@debian.or.jp) and Japanese Debian developers also.


In addition, I appreciate the hard work made by Doru Patrascu on the
Japanese-localized layout of the book cover.


It would not have been possible to publish the Japanese paperback version of
The Debian Administrator's Handbook without cross-cooperation between the
authors, the translators, and the designer.


Thank you very much for your great support!



Other translations are completed and their translation teams are working
towards a paperback: Spanish, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese. Many more
translations
are in progress: Arabic, Norwegian, Chinese (Taiwan and Traditional), Russian,
German.
Don't hesitate to contribute!


R.I.P. Iceweasel


After nearly a ten year run, Mike Hommey posted about the transition from
Iceweasel to Firefox in Debian.


ZFS is now available in Debian


Having
ZFS
in the Debian archive
was blocked for years due to licensing
incompatibility. However, through consultation with the
Software Freedom Law Center and the work of many patient Debian Developers we
are able to offer the ZFS in contrib rather than in main. The code is
available for users via DKMS.


Events: Upcoming and Reports


Upcoming events


DebConf 16


Preparations are in progress for DebConf16 (2-9 July 2016 in Cape Town, South Africa).
A first batch of talks has been
approved, and others are being evaluated. The Call for Proposals
is still open for informal sessions (BoFs) and workshops.


Teams attending DebCamp (23 June - 1 July 2016) are encouraged
to write down their plans as a wiki page.


If you have plans or ideas for the Open Weekend (2-3 July 2016)
please have a look at the
dedicated wiki page
and get in touch
with the DebConf team.


Debian Bug Squashing Parties


The yearly LiMux
BSP
will again be hosted and sponsored by the City of Munich. Friday May 27
- Sunday May 29th.


There will also be a Bug
Squashing Party
Friday September 23 through Sunday September 25 2016,
held in Salzburg, Austria, hosted by Conova Communications GmbH.


You can find more information about how to sponsor Debian-related events
and talks on the events section of the Debian website.


Event Reports


Debian Ruby Team


In February the Debian Ruby Team held a Sprint
at the Curitiba Federal Technological University of Paraná
(UTFPR). Eight participants over the course of five days were able to focus on working to
fix many of the bugs that occur between new versions of the Ruby interpreter.
The sprint was not all work as they were able to enjoy cheese
and wine
,
solve some confusion about Tinder, and work out how to improve sprints in the
future.


The team completed over 151 uploads, worked on the transition to Ruby 2.3 in
unstable, and improved the toolchain in regard to Reproducible Builds. The team
documented progress each day and gave an excellent final
report
that links to the daily work. We look forward to their continued
work but more so to their solving the One-Sided
Dinner Booth Problem
.


Mini-DebConf Curitiba 2016


The Mini-DebConf Curitiba 2016 had over two days dedicated to Debian with
20 hours of programming, 85 attendees, 12 lectures, 7 Lightning Talks and 5
Workshops. They wish to thank Aldeia
Coworking
for space and contributions to the event, and shared
photographs
of the event.


Once upon a time in Debian:



Help needed


The Debian Java Team asks for help
with transitions ahead for: BND 3, Tomcat 7
to 8, Jetty 8 to 9, ASM 5, and Java 9. The team also needs help with removing
old libraries, and a maintainer for Azureus/Vuze. Suggestions to
debian-java@lists.debian.org or chat with them on IRC at irc.debian.org,
#debian-java.


Newmaint call for
help
. The team wants to integrate their workflow into the nm.debian.org
interface so that prospective maintainers can send their application online and
the Newmaint Team review it from within the website.


Packages needing help:


Currently 718 packages are orphaned and 178 packages are up for adoption: please visit the complete list of packages which need your help.


Newcomer bugs


Debian has a newcomer bug tag used to indicate bugs which are suitable for new
contributors to use as an entry point to working on specific packages.
There are 167
newcomer bugs available.

More than just code


Contributors


1452 people and 19 teams are listed on the Debian Contributors page for 2016.

Discussions


Debian user Lina asked, which files
took the space?
regarding what seemed to be hidden files in the local file
system. A discussion followed which give a bit of history and procedure as to
how the mount command mounts and sometimes hides files.


Debian user Jude DaShiell asked about running Linux
without a display
, which talked about headless server setup, dummy
display, and screen readers.


Debian user Richard Owlett asked about Multiple live
iso's on a single bootable flash drive
; discussion follows about the
possibility of doing so and a few tricks to make it happen.


Tips and Tricks


Vincent Fourmond shares
QSoas tips and tricks for better baselines in data analysis, using the
save points feature.


Enrico Zini shares
a simple one-liner to save
battery life and reduce system latency.


Outside News


At the 2016 Open Compute Project
summit, Microsoft released SONiC, a
Debian based software platform that uses the Switch Abstraction
Interface
(SAI) to allow network administrators to control network devices
with customised configurations and controls.


Earlier this year we reported on Microsoft in collaboration with credativ
adding Debian to its list of endorsed
distributions
for its Azure marketplace.


Reports


LTS Freexian Monthly Reports


Debian Long Term Support, April 2016


Debian Long Term Support, March 2016


Debian Long Term Support, February 2016


Reproducible Build status/update


Reproducible builds: week 56 in stretch cycle


Reproducible builds: week 55 in stretch cycle


Reproducible builds: week 54 in stretch cycle


Reproducible builds: week 53 in stretch cycle


Reproducible builds: week 52 in stretch cycle


Reproducible builds: week 51 in stretch cycle


Reproducible builds: week 50 in stretch cycle


Reproducible builds: week 49 in stretch cycle


Reproducible builds: week 48 in stretch cycle


Reproducible builds: week 47 in stretch
cycle


Reproducible builds: week 46 in stretch
cycle


Reproducible builds: week 45 in stretch
cycle


Reproducible builds: week 44 in stretch
cycle


Reproducible builds: week 43 in stretch
cycle


Reproducible builds: week 42 in stretch
cycle


Reproducible builds: week 41 in stretch
cycle


Reproducible builds: week 40 in stretch
cycle


Quick Links from Debian Social Media


Imagination accelerates Debian development for 64-bit MIPS CPUs


Debian
welcomes its 2016 summer interns



Debian announces partnership to sub-contract publicity and press to an outside
marketing agency
(APRIL FOOLS)


Debian Project wishes to
thank Mythic Beasts for loaned hardware


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