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Debconf 2015 – 7

The other day, the main talk was “Lets encrypt”, today it was “Let’s reproduce”

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Debconf 2015 – 6

There is more people with blue hair at Debconf than at an average Akademy. KDE – we need to do better :)

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Debconf 2015 – 5

Watching people figuring out how to use a Danish cheese slicer is kind interesting. But by using enough force most people succeeding in getting a lump of cheese.

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Debconf 2015 – 4

“I refuse to be bound by software I cannot negotiate with” — enrico

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Debconf 2015 – 3

It is still an open question what the Debian Project Leader wears under their kilt.

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Debconf 2015 – 2

It is amazing at debconf when your Application Manager is rocking the dance floor!

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Debconf 2015 – 1

When greeted by Clint with one single word: “kamelåså“, one has arrived to Debconf.

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Is linux about choice?

Occasionally, various quotes from people having an opinion if linux is about choice or not. Even pages like http://www.islinuxaboutchoice.com/ has shown up. My short answer is “YES”. Linux is about choice. And you get all your choices directly from your

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CMake and library properties

When writing libraries with CMake, you need to set a couple of properties, especially the VERSION and SOVERSION properties. For library libbar, it could look like: set_property(TARGET bar PROPERTY VERSION “0.0.0”) set_property(TARGET bar PROPERTY SOVERSION 0 ) This will give

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Diploma thesis about media choice and usage in Free Software communities: I need your help

My hard-working KDE friend Mario asked me to help him to get Debian people to help him with his thesis. Here is what he writes: Dear Free Software contributor* I’m currently in the process of writing my diploma thesis. I’ve

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