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[#] Fri May 25 2018 03:45:15 EDT from rss

Subject: Open source image recognition with Luminoth

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Computer vision is a way to use artificial intelligence to automate image recognition—that is, to use computers to identify what's in a photograph, video, or another image type. The latest version of Luminoth (v. 0.1), an open source computer vision toolkit built in Python and using Tensorflow and Sonnet, offers several improvements over its predecessor:read more

[#] Fri May 25 2018 04:50:19 EDT from rss

Subject: Finally: Historic Eudora email code goes open source

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'Member that innocent, pre-Zuckerberg time?The source code to the Eudora email client is being released by the Computer History Museum, after five years of discussion with the IP owner, Qualcomm.…

[#] Fri May 25 2018 05:55:22 EDT from rss

Subject: How CERN Is Using Linux and Open Source

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CERN relies on open source technology to handle huge amounts of data generated by the Large Hadron Collider... It boils down to the fundamental principle that open source is not just about sharing code, it’s about collaboration among people to share knowledge and achieve what no single individual, organization, or company can achieve alone. That’s the Higgs boson of the open source world.

[#] Fri May 25 2018 07:00:24 EDT from rss

Subject: How the OpenStack Foundation is Evolving Beyond its Roots

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VIDEO: OpenStack Foundation Executive Director Jonathan Bryce and Chief Operating Officer Mark Collier discuss how the open-source organization is still thriving, even as corporate sponsorship changes and attendance at events declines.

[#] Fri May 25 2018 07:49:11 EDT from rss

Subject: How to measure the impact of your open source project

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This article was co-authored by Don Marti, Georg Link, Matt Germonprez, and Sean Goggins.Conventional metrics of open source projects lack the power to predict their impact. The bad news is, there is no significant correlation between open source activity metrics and project impact. The good news? There are paths more

[#] Fri May 25 2018 08:54:32 EDT from rss

Subject: Visualizing Molecules with EasyChem

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Introducing EasyChem, a program that generates publication-quality images ofmolecular structures.

[#] Fri May 25 2018 09:59:33 EDT from rss

Subject: How insecure is your router?

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Routers are important. They provide the link between one network (in this case, our home network) and another one (in this case, the internet, via our ISP's network). High among a router's other functions, many also perform as a modem, but routers often do more things, sometimes many more things, including traffic logging, acting as a WiFi access point, providing a VPN for external access to your internal network, child access, firewalling, and all the rest. Does this matter, you ask? Well, if other people can get into your system, they have easy access to attacking your laptops, phones, network drives, and the rest. They can access and delete unprotected personal data. They can plausibly pretend to be you. They can use your network to host illegal data or launch attacks on others. Basically, all the bad things.

[#] Fri May 25 2018 11:20:45 EDT from rss

Subject: How to clean up your data in the command line

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I work part-time as a data auditor. Think of me as a proofreader who works with tables of data rather than pages of prose. I haven't seen an error-free data table, ever. Cleaning up these problems isn't hard, but there are non-technical obstacles to finding them. The first is everyone's natural reluctance to deal with data errors.

[#] Fri May 25 2018 12:25:47 EDT from rss

Subject: TrueOS: A Simple BSD Distribution for the Desktop Users

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If you want to try something other than Linux, have a look at TrueOS. It is a BSD distribution specifically aimed at desktop users.

[#] Fri May 25 2018 13:47:19 EDT from rss

Subject: Opera 54 Browser Enters Beta with News on the Speed Dial, Update & Recovery Menu

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Opera has promoted its upcoming Opera 54 web browser to the beta channel, giving us a glimpse of what to expect from the final version, due for release sometime next month.

[#] Fri May 25 2018 14:52:08 EDT from rss

Subject: Extreme downhill free-riding game 'Descenders' just had a huge update, needs a quick fix on Linux

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[#] Fri May 25 2018 16:12:28 EDT from rss

Subject: buntu Linux

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Targeted mostly at developers, the new Dell Precision Mobile Workstation "Developer Edition" line-up consists of the Dell Precision 3530 Mobile Workstation, Dell Precision 5530 Mobile Workstation, Dell Precision 7530 Mobile Workstation, and Dell Precision 7730 Mobile Workstation, which come with a much lighter and thinner design, and offer a premium build.

[#] Fri May 25 2018 17:32:11 EDT from rss

Subject: Parrot 4.0 Now Available, Eudora Email Code Open-Sourced, Firefox Now Offers Two-Step Authentication and More

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[#] Fri May 25 2018 18:52:30 EDT from rss

Subject: 15 books for kids who (you want to) love Linux and open source

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In my job I've heard professionals in tech, from C-level executives to everyone in between, say they want their own kids to learn more about Linux and open source. Some of them seem to have an easy time with their kids following closely in their footsteps. And some have a tough time getting their kids to see what makes Linux and open source so cool. Either way, if you have a kid or know a kid that may be interested in learning more about making something with code or hardware, from games to robots, this list is for you.

[#] Fri May 25 2018 20:12:53 EDT from rss

Subject: An FUQ for the GDPR

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Whether you like the GDPR or not (and there are reasons for both, which we'll get into shortly), one thing it has done for sure is turn privacy into Very Big Deal. This is good, because we've had damned little of it on the internet and now we're going to get a lot more. That's worth celebrating, everybody. Merry Privmas!

[#] Fri May 25 2018 21:34:18 EDT from rss

Subject: How to set up transmission-daemon on a Raspberry Pi and control it via web interface

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Transmission is probably the most famous torrent client in the Gnu/Linux world, and it's very often used even on other operating systems. It's really easy to use, and its graphical interface is very intuitive; however in this tutorial we will see how to install transmission-daemon and run transmission on a headless machine: that's an ideal setup to create a "Torrent-box", using for example a Raspberry Pi, to reduce power usage.

[#] Fri May 25 2018 23:11:54 EDT from rss

Subject: Canonical Releases Major Kernel Updates for Ubuntu 17.10, 16.04 LTS & 14.04 LTS

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Canonical released new kernel security updates for all of its supported Ubuntu releases, including Ubuntu 17.10, Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, and Ubuntu 14.04 LTS to patch up to 13 security vulnerabilities.

[#] Sat May 26 2018 01:06:53 EDT from rss

Subject: Getting started with the Python debugger

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The Python ecosystem is rich with many tools and libraries that improve developers’ lives. For example, the Magazine has previously covered how to enhance your Python with a interactive shell. This article focuses on another tool that saves you time and improves your Python skills: the Python debugger. Python Debugger The Python standard library provides […]

[#] Sat May 26 2018 03:05:16 EDT from rss

Subject: The Perfect Server - Ubuntu 18.04 (Bionic Beaver) with Apache, PHP, MySQL, PureFTPD, BIND, Postfix, Dovecot and ISPConfig 3.1

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This tutorial shows how to install an Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver) server with Apache, BIND, Dovecot and ISPConfig 3.1. ISPConfig is a web hosting control panel that allows you to configure the following services through a web browser: Apache or nginx web server, Postfix mail server, Courier or Dovecot IMAP/POP3 server, MySQL, BIND or MyDNS nameserver, PureFTPd, SpamAssassin, ClamAV, and many more. This setup covers the installation of Apache (instead of nginx), BIND (instead of MyDNS), and Dovecot (instead of Courier).

[#] Sat May 26 2018 04:58:53 EDT from rss

Subject: Admins Aren't Patching Open Source Says Black Duck Security Report

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The truth is probably not as bleak as the picture the report paints. Black Duck makes its living by auditing code being used by enterprise customers, and has a reputation for being a little alarmist when it comes to the security of open source software.

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