I’ve been looking for a good solution to synchronize my data across different devices I use forever. At university (where I both studied and worked for quite a while), we often used SVN for collaboration.
My problem is of course not unique to me: File synchronization plays an ever more important role, Internet connections become faster and more ubiquitous, the device spectrum expands. After using it for a bit, I ran into a few problems, some of them simple bugs (most of which seem to have been fixed), some UI issues, and also a lack of integration.
With this solution, we can cover a range of devices, providing a consistent operation and Look & Feel and share code to keep development costs down.
Having a clear idea how we want to go forward, and an agreed-upon plan de campagne, we sat down to implement all the designed goodness. I’d be most grateful if distro packagers would pick the new ownCloud Plasma client up at this point, package it and allow users to test it (with the necessary warning signs of eating pet and firstborns attached, of course).
Of course if you’re interested in contributing to the client directly (in the form of code, UI design, bug fixing, polishing, performance, etc, you’re also most welcome to do so. Understanding derived distros Debian and Ubuntu and its derivatives, wishing to make an informed choice.
Allison (voice of Asterisk) explains how she got involved with the telephony and asterisk in general. The TuxJam audiocast is a family friendly Creative Commons music show with open source goodness.
After a sunny warm summer on Lewis, TuxJam makes a return that coincides with the rain and gales. The intent also being to maintain high fidelity with MySQL, ensuring a "drop-in" replacement capability with library binary equivalency and exacting matching with MySQL APIs and commands. In today's show we feature the Distributed Systems Podcast - all you ever wanted to hear and learn about building with DDD, CQRS, Cloud and much more! In today's show Russ Wenner, of The Techie Geek Podcast fame, submitted a talk recorded at the Central Philadelphia Linux Users Group.
Her book, Barefoot into Cyberspace: Adventures in Search of Techno Utopia came out last year around the time of the extradition case surrounding Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. The Full Circle Podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community. This show is a recording of a presentation from Laura Czajkowski on the benefits of real-world, as opposed to cyber-community. We've more highlights of OGG Camp coming up on the Full Circle Podcast very soon, including a de-brief with Alan Pope. OGG Camp is a joint venture organised by those lovely podcasters the Linux Outlaws and the Ubuntu UK Podcast. Libre.fm can optionally store a user's listening habits using information sent to the website's server from the user's audio player via scrobbling. By utilising the records of users' listening habits, the website aims to be able to recommend music to users by analysing their musical taste.
A goal of the project is to encourage artists to release tracks under a free license, and allow users to download or purchase these tracks. As DeepGeek is on sabbatical for this month, we're taking the time to use up some of the shows from the Syndicated Thursday queue. Introducing Karen Sandler: legal eagle, formerly of the Software Freedom Law Center and newly appointed executive director at the Gnome Foundation.
We've more highlights of OGG Camp coming up on the Full Circle Podcast very soon, including Andy Piper on MQTT and the Ogg Camp Panel discussion. The title of the talk is "The 8 Billion Dollar iPod" and the speaker is Rob Reid who is a humor author and the founder of the company that created the music subscription service Rhapsody. Todays HPR presentation is an enhanced podcast, where we describe any slides that are not explained in the narrative. This would be a good time to remind you that Jonathan Nadeau is looking for donations for The Accessible Computing Foundation.
The Accessible Computing Foundation exists to design Free software to help bridge the gap between accessibility and technology. On every page on Hacker Public Radio we acknowledge our roots and so we now play a show that was first aired 10 years and 16 days ago. Radio FreeK America was a Hacking and Phreaking related Internet Radio show primarily based out of Arizona and initially hosted by dual_parallel.
The show originally was recorded and encoded to mp3 format and released on the website every Wednesday.
The radio show, through its success, inspired many other Internet Radio shows, such as Binary Revolution and Default Radio. Radio FreeK America had been the home to Project Walmart Freedom, a community effort to explore (in great detail) the inner phone system of Walmart stores, as well as codes, signals, procedures, and terminology usually only known to Walmart employees exclusively. On the last episode, dual gave his reasons for ending the radio show to start a new one called Hacker Public Radio.
The theme of Radio FreeK America kept true to the hacking spirit: to learn and explore, as well as keeping knowledge free.
Along with "keep knowledge free" was the tagline "be the media," which was coined by Jello Biafra.
Dual, from the start, intended to make it a show about the listeners and about the community.
Urban exploration was also a common part of Radio FreeK America, which often had dual playing his audio-recording adventures into various tunnels and basements.
Radio FreeK America initiated a fundraiser to send money to the Electronic Frontier Foundation, stressing the need to keep knowledge free and keep your right to freedom of speech.
In today's syndicated Thursday we again return to SMLR Towers and join Mat Enders, Tony Bemus, and Mary Tomich for Sunday Morning Linux Review Episode 34 - SUSE and Venus.
In this introduction to using Linux and Linux applications to record a podcast, we focus on doing it on the cheap. Every subscriber will get 5GB for free with the opportunity to upgrade to any of the following plans.
This successfully torqued off a large number of people in the discussions on both websites.
This turning of the rumour mill is pretty much unfounded, and I see some of the same old people pouring oil on the fire as usual. There is no reason to doubt the availability, stability and long term viability of Slackware, the distribution. As Hameleers points out a project like Slackware can never really go away as long as there is a strong community around it.
Last year the Hungarian government announced that from April 2012 forward all government documents needed to be produced in an internationally recognized open document standard. Multiracio developed an open office suite, originally based on OpenOffice.org, called EuroOffice.
All I have to say is good on you Hungary I wish that countries like mine would do more to push open formats.
Sonatype released the results of a recent survey showing that 500 out of 2500 respondents said they were locked down to only use corporate approved components.
IBM’s new POWER server line will be available with either Red Hat or SUSE Linux but not Ubuntu. The conference is the number one event for users and developers of free software for graphic design, photography, 3D modeling and animation.
Flossie 2012 is a free, two-day event for women who work with or are otherwise interested in Free and Open Source Software (FLOSS) and in Open Data, Knowledge and Education. Convention to discuss and develop features, infrastructure and optimizations for the Linux kernel, Android, Ubuntu and beyond on ARM. FOSSCOMM (Free and Open Source Software Communities) is a Greek conference aiming at Open Source enthusiasts, developers, and communities.
Wur back wi a mair regular style o' episode fur episode 10, an wi start aff wi a lil gem o' a thing; a Javascript version o Tron in a ridiculously wee number o' lines o' code. Ye cannae say wur no dain' oor public doody, wi pit oot a call fur the poor truck driver wha loast his joab due tae them theivin' scunners, the interwebs pirates.
In oor discussion this week, wi focussed oan the plight o' Game; the video game specialist chain in the UK wha went intae administration this week, whar they went wrang, an if it's inevitable and just a sign o' the times. We're back with a more regular type of episode for episode 10, and we start off with a gem of a thing; a Javascript version of Tron in a ridiculously small number of lines of code. You can't say we're not doing our public doody, we put the call out for the poor truck driver who lost his job due to them thieving bastards, the interwebs pirates.
In our discussion this week, we focussed on the plight of Game; the video game specialist chain in the UK who went into administration this week, where they went wrong, and if it's inevitable and just a sign of the times. Sorry I missed this last week but Linus did not release it until all most 8pm EDT on Saturday and I did not check Sunday morning before we recorded. This was posted by Linus in response to Greg Kroah-Hartman publicly making fun of a kernel contributor for doing something massively stupid.

Kay Sievers, lead developer for udev, announced on the Linux hotplug mailing list plans to merge the source code for udev into the systemd tree. The decision to merge the two projects was based on the fact that init needs to be completely hotplug capable. So what all of this boils down to after the brouhaha settles down is that in essence nothing really has changed. The glasses do have a unique look about them, and people will know you are wearing them right away. Despite the fact that I am a big fan of KDE, there is one thing that annoys me every time I install a KDE-based distro—the numerous tool-tips and pop-ups that appear in an attempt to be helpful. Recently while searching for some KDE information, I found that someone else also had expressed similar sentiments and went on to list all of the tool-tips that he had disabled.
This feature appears to be broken on my desktop—no tool-tips either way, plus my extra buttons with spacing are not appearing on the title bar.
Today it's CC-BY-SA-NC in general and a big thank you to Dave and Caroline of the Bug Cast for putting the shownotes together. OwnCloud provides a free, open source file sharing and application server and platform with desktop and smartphone applications, allowing you to create a personal or corporate cloud under your own control. Dropbox has come under scrutiny for privacy and security issues as well as its controversial decision to appoint former Bush administration Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to its Board of Directors. OwnCloud allows you to host and secure files on your own server, providing you increased control over your remote files. He describes his thinking process more in a blog post: Why I Built OwnCloud and Made It Open Source. He also wanted to support application extensions to support a Google News type application, virus scanning and file logging.
Karlitschek said they “evaluated different options to find the right technology that runs on every relevant platform, scales from tiny servers to big clusters, has all the needed features and is known by a big number of developers.
Many years ago, I was part of a nonprofit building open source tools for other nonprofit organizations.
I appreciate that Karlitschek kept in mind the need to use a platform that a large community of developers could also engage with. From the Digital Ocean dashboard, click the Create Droplet button and type in your desired hostname. When I finally clicked that grey button regarding trusted domains, I ran into a problem; it gave me an error. If you update the Apache site configuration files manually as described here, then this won’t occur.
While I couldn’t find the administrative area for setting a trusted domain, pasting in the earlier URL allowed me to do so.
Digital Ocean’s guide to using the OwnCloud one-click install provides further instruction on purchasing a valid certificate and configuring it on your server. You can also enable the Encryption application which encrypts the storage stored on your Digital Ocean droplet. Other hosting providers may offer more storage per dollar than Digital Ocean, but at slower access speeds. The need arose when I got my first laptop (next to my desktop machine): I wanted to be able to work on my projects on both devices without having to manually copy files between the machines. There’s value to using the same tools in more places, so I put all my files into an SVN repository and used that for synchronization. Where people have been using one computer for all their electronic communication and computing needs, it now spreads across different devices, desktops, laptops, tablets, smartphones, media centers, and likely many more form factors we can only dream of today (or maybe not even that!). Mirall’s UI is a “standard systray application”, it always sits there in the system tray, shows its status and allows you to set up directories (“Folders”) for synchronization with the ownCloud server. Klaas was quick to split out the synchronization mechanism from ownCloud into its own shared library, and I started working on the bits needed for the Plasma client: The sync daemon, the UI components used by the configuration modules and the Plasmoid, and of course those UIs themselves. There’s still quite a lot of work to do, but the basics work, and getting feedback helps me prioritize what to work on first to get this into the hands of our dear users.
We try to expose podcasts, speeches, presentations, music, etc that you may not have heard.
Cyberunions is a project exploring the intersection between trade union organising and new technology. Raymond (born December 4, 1957) (often referred to by his initials, ESR) is the author of "The Cathedral and the Bazaar" and the present maintainer of the "Jargon File" (also known as "The New Hacker's Dictionary"). The book explores modern technology and society through activism and journalism, covering the hacker counter-culture, from Stallman and Lessig, the Chaos Club to WikiLeaks Julian Assange and Rop Gonggrijp. This is the fifth, if I'm counting correctly, of our highlights of last Summers unconference, OGG Camp eleven, held at Farnham Maltings in the South of England. Entitled Life Outside of IRC in a FLOSS Community, Laura evangelises on the on the benefits of real-world interaction, beyond that on-line. Munster, for those who don't know, being a major rugby team from the town of Munster back in her native Ireland. As such, Libre.fm does not log users' IP addresses, allows users to decide if their listening habits are to be made public or not, and does not claim ownership on users' data. It comes with a complete selection of programs that can be easily extended using a graphical installer.
Karen wasn’t due on the scheduled track, but stepped into an unexpected gap to talk about something, dare I say, very close to her heart? Droops had been a regular listener of RFA and emailed their show several times, started his own show Droops Radio which changed to infonomicon radio. As a nonprofit we will hire developers to create Free accessible software and bring awareness to people's accessible needs around the world. Around episode nine, streaming began offered by Rant Radio and went out every Tuesday at 19:00 EST.
Dual attributes the inspiration of the show to other hacker-oriented Internet Radio programs like In the Now, Hacker Mind, Off the Hook, and Rant Radio. Here, dual stresses the necessity of alternative media, and that having only a few sources of media is biased and not effective on covering information from all perspectives. Covering issues from wardriving and its off shoots, urban exploration, Linux, computer security, phreaking, freedom of speech, legal issues, some political issues, amateur radio, and anything that could be deemed relevant to the hacking culture abroad. It was also common for dual to make several phone calls per episode to "interesting" numbers to see what could be learned.
The show is hosted by Larry Bushey and Tom Chaudoir and is aimed as providing a gentle introduction to linux. She responded to these comments by maintaining her stance that she was only concerned about upstream stability. Therefore, the rest of the team is not impacted in any way by Slackware sales figures and we will keep working with Pat on the distribution just like we have been doing for the past years.
Even if the project folds financially and Patrick did not transfer the copyrights on Slackware to the community it would continue under a different name. To further this commitment they are going to invest 370 million HUF (Hungarian Forint) which is approximately 1.7 million USD in applications that utilize the open document format (ODF). I have even considered suing entities like may state government for their continued use of proprietary formats on their websites. After more than a year in development IBM rolled out their new POWER server systems and solutions. The fifth FOSSCOMM will take place at the Technological Educational Institute of Serres, Greece.
Meet the Samba Team and discuss requirements, new features and get an update on current developments! The speaker was Dru Lavigne - Director of the FreeBSD Foundation and her talk was about FreeNAS. Nixt up, wi say strewth tae the Aussie boabies wha are noo roamin' the streets fur open wifi networks tae scare folks intae closin' em. Then wi note that it's the same ol' same 'ol at Microsoft, wi the EU staff bein' urged tae refuse bribes in the form o' free Windaes an' Office licences. Next up, we say strewth to the Aussie bobbies who are now roaming the streets for open wifi networks to scare folks into closing them. Then we note that it's the same old same old at Microsoft, with the EU staff being urged to refuse bribes in the form of Windows and Office licenses. Selecting this option will suppress the pop-ups that appear when you hover over shortcuts and icons on the desktop. I remember being disappointed when our Director of Technology chose Java for new versions of our technology instead of PHP, which is a much friendlier, accessible platform for our development community. They published a guide to installing and administrating OwnCloud: Install Owncloud on a Mac mini server (Mac Mini Colo Blog).
Digital Offers a variety of pre-configured applications as one-click installations, and OwnCloud is now one of them.
For example, an 80GB drive is $80 per month and a 640 GB drive is $640 per month, primarily because Digital Ocean exclusively uses fast SSD drives.
In this article, after giving a bit of background of the problem, I explain the design concepts behind the new ownCloud Plasma client and demonstrate how it works and integrates with different Plasma workspaces.

It turned out to be actually quite a hard problem: Sure, you can work on your stuff on a remote machine, and thereby always work on one version of a certain file. Eventually, I moved these private data repositories to Git, as I grew more comfortable with this tool and it allowed useful things like offline commits and synching between “client devices”, not just between client and server.
Devices jumping between network infrastructures doesn’t make it easier, and the most flexible solution seems to a central server – multiple clients model. Mirall’s UI, however bears all the traits of a “traditional” desktop application: It’s unsuitable for touch interfaces, abuses the system tray as task switcher and overall not quite up to modern UI standards we use in Plasma.
As a bonus, doing the UI in Plasma Quick means it’s easy to hack, easy to contribute for others.
Progress has been quite good, I quickly got the synchronization daemon up and running, and could move to implementing the various pieces of user interface needed.In the process, I’ve created a bunch of patches to Mirall, some of them merged, others still in the review queue. If you have suggestions for items then send your recommendation to admin at hpr and we'll add it to the queue. Rather than seeing technology as a set of tools, we see cyberspace as a space, where people work, organise politically, are entertained and educated, and engage in many fields of human endeavour. In addition to collecting user uploaded listening data, the site offers streaming music using the Ogg container, from the sites Jamendo or The Internet Archive, via an HTML5 audio player, run directly in the user's browser.
The site currently only offers basic suggestions if content a user has "Loved" (favorited), contains shared tags with content a user has not favorited yet. The website will also allow users to communicate among themselves, create groups of common interests and share information on musical events. There are several editions available, including the "mini" edition for netbooks and old computers and the network based installer for custom and server installations.
The last episode aired on February 20 2004 and lasted two hours, forty two minutes, and twenty nine seconds. The term "FreeK" is spelled with a capital "K" to stand for knowledge, and the term was to be understood as "keep knowledge free", hence "FreeK" or "Free Knowledge". The first episode started with dual playing a recording of a trashing session at a local telco Switch.
Calling card information was occasionally given out and posted on the site for the purpose of listeners to use for whatever they felt like.
Support Wikipedia by contributing or donating.All text is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License See Wikipedia Copyrights for details. Rock, Blues, Metal, Country, Classical, etc… Any Flavor of music is welcome to be showcased. We discuss that you don't have to have a fast, new computer and expensive recording equipment to make a good quality podcast recording.
I don’t know but if it where me and my entire business was built on top of Linux that it might be the first client I produced. The discussions very quickly shifted from website problems to the long term viability of Slackware. Look at the ChangeLog–sometimes there is a period of relative silence but that does not mean that no work is being done.
However for now there is absolutely no indication that any of that is either in the near or distant future. The two main beneficiaries of this investment will be the Department of Software Engineering at the University of Szeged and Multiracio, an open source development company. Then 63% indicated that their corporate standards where not enforced or that they did not have a policy. IBM and Ubuntu agree that Ubuntu would be hard pressed to actually support a large enterprise customer.
Finally, wi note that despite Mozilla flyin' the flag fur user privacy, why would any companies respect the "dinnae track" option? Finally we note that despite Mozilla flying the flag for user privacy, why would any companies respect the "do not track" option? And there is where I started my odyssey, first, to protect myself, my friends and my colleagues from the snooping of governments, and other bad guys, and later – as I saw the worldwide interest grow – to build a real and successful project. They provide a dedicated server hosting facility that allows you to ship them a user-configured MacMini or purchase one of theirs. The latter is nice for easily maintaining OwnCloud with the latest updates and security packages. Digital Ocean recommends having at least 1 GB memory which requires a $10 per month droplet. Not an automatic process, also not the most beautiful solution to the problem as it wasn’t quite as automated as I’d have liked it to be. As Mirall is geared towards portability (it’s the official desktop client for Linux, Mac and Windows), it lacked good integration into Plasma — the usual lowest common denominator problem). In a BoF session, we sat down, talked about what we’d like to see improved and started designing a KDE Plasma client for ownCloud, based on the Mirall code base. They’re mostly fairly trivial, splitting out a bit of QWidget-based remainders from the daemon (and thereby cutting down its size considerably), and extending the API (in a backwards compatible way) to allow better status display and control from the user interface “satellites”. The plan is to ship a first stable version with the release of Plasma Active 4 in March, which will also mark the availability of the desktop client. After running “kbuildsycoca4? (or relogging in), you can enable the Plasma widget through your notification area configuration.
Registered users who have favorited tracks, will have that content appear in streaming web playlists, called "Radio Stations". During these two years, Radio FreeK America had a total of ninety nine shows (including a lost episode #76, of which no file exists). It was a common saying of Rax at the end of the show to say "keep knowledge free." Radio FreeK America is also a play on Radio Free Europe, a broadcasting organization funded by the United States to promote democratic values in other nations. The show also had a segment at irregular intervals called "Phreak News" where dual would play a 25? tone from a red box and speak about issues relevant to the phreaking community. Listeners' email were read at the beginning of nearly episode as well, often with a thanks from dual, and a brief talk about the importance of community action, another driving force behind Radio FreeK America.
From recording to editing, and from creating a feed to creating a supporting website, we talk about the free and open source software we use.
Something will be done about that server, but if it takes a while, it is most likely caused by prioritizing and finances. IBM, Red Hat, and SUSE still believe that their is a market out there for the big machine built on quality hardware. I needed files to be synched, and was looking for a more or less automated that worked both offline and online. Also, as computing became more portable, I needed something that would also blend in well with with all the devices that produce, collect and are supposed to carry my data.
Its server side performs well enough to be able to run it on even woefully underpowered hardware such as NAS systems or other embedded devices.
Dosman and Droops have come up with the idea of doing a daily radio show: Talk with a Techie (TWAT). We also give some tips on the logistics of the recording process and hosting your audio files for free. You can share files or folders with anyone, and control whether they will be able to view, edit or comment on your stuff.
I am sure that it was not his intended effect but this was like throwing gasoline onto an already raging fire. Slackware will not die, its philosophy will not change, the team is dedicated and full of ideas.
Some of these even offer freemium plans—but be sure to evaluate the reputation, privacy and security provided by your ASP. I took a look at the Coda Filesystem, which seemed to solve this problem well, for others at least. More importantly, it gives you full control over your data, which is nice and important for private use, and often a hard requirement for institutional use cases, such as document management and sharing in a company. It was a bit of a pain to set up (and understand how it exactly worked), but after a bit of fiddling, I had copies of my stuff on different machines. It seemed to work initially, but later turned out to be a little bit too brittle for my use cases (I don’t quite recall the details, but eventually, I gave up on it because it meant more or less constant maintenance, and still it wasn’t quite as bullet proof as I had hoped it would be.
Bob Denver (Gilligan) passed away, and the boat from Gilligan's Island was named after a FCC chairman.
Cyber-looters are registering domains and taking money from hurricane donators: 2500 domains have been registered. Google has all sorts of broadband needs, so they'll likely go after all sorts of bandwidth to bring their services.

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