My Free Software Activities in September 2014

A bit of Django 1.7, a bit of Distro Tracker, a bit of Long Term Support, a bit of packaging, September has seen lots of variety in my contributions.

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My Debian LTS report for September

Discover what it means to contribute to Debian LTS in more concrete terms through one month of my work on this project.

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Freexian’s first report about Debian Long Term Support

After 2 months of work on Debian Long Term Support, a small update is in order.

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The problem of distributing applications

How Lennart Poettering and the systemd team wants to solve a problem that Linus Torvalds recently expressed during Debconf.

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My Free Software Activities in August 2014

Distro Tracker and Django 1.7 preparations dominated my month, but the possible switch to git for the python-modules team is also important.

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My Free Software Activities in July 2014

Distro Tracker and Django 1.7 preparations dominated my month, but my work for Kali also helped to discover problems in Debian Jessie.

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Spotify migrate 5000 servers from Debian to Ubuntu

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News of migration from Debian to Ubuntu reinforces the importance for Debian to succeed with Debian LTS. Help us to make LTS a success!

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My Free Software Activity in June 2014

Debian LTS and tracker.debian.org have been at the center of my work this month.

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Tracker.debian.org is live

Maybe do you remember, last year I mentored a Google Summer of code whose aim was to replace our well known Package Tracking System with something more modern, usable by derivatives and more easily hackable. The result of this project is a new Django-based software called Distro Tracker. With the help of the Debian System […]

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Convince your company to contribute to Debian Long Term Support

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Debian LTS is up but not working well enough yet. Help us improve the situation by convincing Debian-using companies to bring some modest financial support.

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