My Free Software Activities in November 2014

This month the systemd-related general resolution came to a conclusion, but the unproductive discussions did not stop yet. Despite those distractions, I still contributed to many things.

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Freexian’s third report about Debian Long Term Support

Get Freexian’s latest hindsights about Debian LTS.

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My Free Software Activities in October 2014

The last month before Jessie freeze naturally saw quite some packaging work… but not only. LTS and Distro-Tracker are still among my top priority projects.

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My Debian LTS report for October 2014

During October, I spent 10 hours on paid LTS work. I should have worked 4 hours more, but for various reasons this did not happen. Instead I’ll spend 4 more hours in November. During this time, I did the following: CVE triage: this month I pushed 23 commits to the security tracker SVN repository, and […]

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Freexian’s second report about Debian Long Term Support

Get Freexian’s latest hindsights about Debian LTS.

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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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