Looking back at 16 years of dpkg history with some figures

This article collates some figures of the last 16 years of dpkg’s development.

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How to use quilt to manage patches in Debian packages

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This tutorial explains how to use quilt to manage patches in the context of Debian packaging.

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My Debian Activities in July 2012

My monthly summary is always a good way to have the latest news of Debian projects that I am working on.

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My Debian Activities in June 2012

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My monthly summary is always a good way to have the latest news of Debian projects that I am working on.

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Test Driven Development with CppUTest, now in Debian

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While reading James W. Grenning’s book “Test Driven Development with Embedded C”, I discovered CppUTest (the xUnit test framework that the author recommends) and I packaged it for Debian. This article presents this test framework and its main features.

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My Debian Activities in May 2012

My monthly summary is always a good way to have the latest news of Debian projects that I am working on.

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The Debian Administrator’s Handbook is available

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After 5 months of work, I’m pleased to announce the availability of the Debian Administrator’s Handbook.

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My Debian Activities in April 2012

My monthly summary is always a good way to have the latest news of Debian projects that I am working on.

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People behind Debian: Samuel Thibault, working on accessibility and the Hurd

Samuel ThibaultSamuel Thibault likes lost causes, he contributes to the Hurd and works on Debian’s accessibility. Checkout his interview to have some update on the status of those projects.[Continue reading…]

People Behind Debian: Francesca Ciceri, Member of the Debian Press & Publicity Teams

Francesca Ciceri, photo by Andrew McMillan, CC-BY-SA 2.0Francesca Ciceri is very active in the Debian press and publicity teams, and started as an Italian translator. If you hesitate to join Debian, read this interview to discover Francesca’s experience.[Continue reading…]