Posts with tag Debian

The bad practice in FOSS projects management

During the OpenStack summit a few weeks ago, I had the chance to talk to some people about my experience on running open source projects. It turns out that after hanging out in communities and contributing to many projects for years, I may be able to provide some hindsight and an external eye to many of those who are new to it.

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Cloud tools for Debian

Wednesday 13 February 2013 Debian, Ubuntu, OpenStack Comments

Recently, I've worked on the cloud utilities that are provided as standard in Ubuntu, and I ported them to Debian. Let's see how that brings Debian to the cloud!

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Sony Vaio Z Debian Linux support

Saturday 11 August 2012 Debian, Linux Comments

I had to install Debian Wheezy on a brand new Sony Vaio Z laptop with the new Ivy Bridge architecture (SVZ1311C5E). I'll talk about this here, because it's always nice to know that new hardware works quite fine (or not) under Debian.

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mod_defensible 1.5 released

Tuesday 03 April 2012 Apache HTTP Server, DNSBL, Debian Comments

Apache 2.4 being out, I noticed that my good old mod_defensible did not compile anymore.

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10 years as a Debian developer

Friday 24 February 2012 Debian, OpenStack, Xen, Emacs, awesome, VHFFS, TuxFamily Comments

Ten years ago, I joined the Debian project as a developer.

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My OpenStack work

Friday 16 December 2011 OpenStack, Debian Comments

Like I already wrote here last week, I've been heavily working on OpenStack for the last weeks.

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New job, new blog

Wednesday 07 December 2011 Work, OpenStack, Python, Debian Comments

It has been a while since I blogged but I've been very busy, with my new job and this new blog!

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Emacs snapshot Debian packages

Wednesday 12 January 2011 Emacs, Debian Comments
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Updating muse-el in Debian

Sunday 15 August 2010 Debian, Emacs Comments
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ATL1E support in Linux 2.6.26-1

Thursday 31 July 2008 Linux, Debian Comments

Ben Armstrong opened an ITP for the ATL1E NIC driver, which is found on some Asus EeePC laptops. So, as suggested by Maximilian Attems, I provided a clean patch for this driver, made from a cherry-pick from the linux-netdev 2.6.27 tree. It has been committed into the 2.6.26-1 Debian kernel, which will be furnished with Lenny.

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