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Posted over 12 years ago
I know it's a bit late in the month but Augusts London *BSD meeting will be held at the Cleveland Arms pub in Bayswater on Thursday the 26th, 7pm If you use upcoming, you can find the meeting details here
Posted over 12 years ago
Theo de Raadt (deraadt@) has tagged 4.8-current. This means that we are one step closer to the upcoming OpenBSD 4.8 release. Keep an eye out for pre-orders! Read below for the full commit message: Read more...
Posted over 12 years ago
Landry Breuil (landry@) writes in with a fascinating and sorted tale of porting: Here's a tale about the Mozilla ports infrastructure, but it could be titled, "I needed the Lightning calendar extension for Thunderbird, and I ended up ... [More] maintaining all Mozilla ports." I work in a small public company where we deal with huge amounts of GIS data so I ported geo/qgis, geo/mapserver and geo/tilecache, but that's material for another story. I'm the IT guy at the company and hence we heavily rely on open source software for all our needs including email and calendar stuff. For the latter, I setup an awesome DAViCal server (not yet ported) coupled with Lightning, a Mozilla Thunderbird extension for the client part. Read more... [Less]
Posted over 12 years ago
Landry Breuil (landry@) writes in with a fascinating and sorted tale of porting: Here's a tale about the Mozilla ports infrastructure, but it could be titled, "I needed the Lightning calendar extension for Thunderbird, and I ended up ... [More] maintaining all Mozilla ports." I work in a small public company where we deal with huge amounts of GIS data so I ported geo/qgis, geo/mapserver and geo/tilecache, but that's material for another story. I'm the IT guy at the company and hence we heavily rely on open source software for all our needs including email and calendar stuff. For the latter, I setup an awesome DAViCal server (not yet ported) coupled with Lightning, a Mozilla Thunderbird extension for the client part. Read more... [Less]