Archiwum z Maj 2014

A Little GUI for Your CLI

piątek, 30 Maj 2014

LinuxJournal: I decided to give Irssi a little GUI. It was fun, and as it turns out, it works very well.

Measuring Success for OpenDaylight: Are We There Yet?

piątek, 30 Maj 2014

 This week at the Network Virtualization and SDN World event in London I’ve had many people ask me some variation of, ‘how is OpenDaylight doing?’ or ‘how are things progressing?’. To answer those questions, I must implicitly answer a different one: how do you judge the success of an open source project like OpenDaylight? For OpenDaylight, the problem we’re solving is extreme fragmentation in SDN technologies. Success must be measured as progress towards the ultimate goal of unifying the networking industry’s efforts around a common, open, standard code base. OpenDaylight will succeed if and when SDN adoption is high and the vast majority of solutions available to end users are interoperable. So how do you track success towards this goal? One way is to look at the progress being made to deliver such a code base. Many people have been eagerly testing out our first software release, Hydrogen, and poring over new OpenDaylight project proposals on the OpenDaylight wiki. There is tremendous excitement around projects in the next release, Helium, including Authorization and Accounting (AAA), Group Based Policy, SDN Interface Application (SDNi) and Service Function Chaining. But…

 

This week at the Network Virtualization and SDN World event in London I’ve had many people ask me some variation of, ‘how is OpenDaylight doing?’ or ‘how are things progressing?’. To answer those questions, I must implicitly answer a different one: how do you judge the success of an open source project like OpenDaylight?

For OpenDaylight, the problem we’re solving is extreme fragmentation in SDN technologies. Success must be measured as progress towards the ultimate goal of unifying the networking industry’s efforts around a common, open, standard code base. OpenDaylight will succeed if and when SDN adoption is high and the vast majority of solutions available to end users are interoperable. So how do you track success towards this goal? One way is to look at the progress being made to deliver such a code base. Many people have been eagerly testing out our first software release, Hydrogen, and poring over new OpenDaylight project proposals on the OpenDaylight wiki. There is tremendous excitement around projects in the next release, Helium, including Authorization and Accounting (AAA), Group Based Policy, SDN Interface Application (SDNi) and Service Function Chaining.

Read more at OpenDaylight Blog

Changing MAC address in Linux

piątek, 30 Maj 2014

 blackmoreops: You can change your MAC Address permanently or temporarily.

ARM CoreSight Work Resurrected For The Linux Kernel

piątek, 30 Maj 2014

Work on supporting ARM’s CoreSight technology within the mainline Linux kernel is back underway…

Work on supporting ARM’s CoreSight technology within the mainline Linux kernel is back underway…

Read more at Phoronix

An Everyday Linux User review of Makulu 6 Imperium Edition

piątek, 30 Maj 2014

 EverydayLinuxUser: There are dozens of other distros that provide a really good user experience and are well worth checking out. Makulu 6 Imperium Edition definitely falls into this category.

Linus Torvalds Reads Mean Tweets

piątek, 30 Maj 2014

Linux.com: It is still a whole lot of fun to see Linus respond to people’s comments about programmers, Git vs Linux and gaming.

How to work LibreOffice into your book creation process

piątek, 30 Maj 2014

Wazi: LibreOffice Writer lets you tackle challenging publishing tasks without forcing you to learn the complexities of an application like LaTeX.

GOG.com Linux Games to Use Wine, but That’s a Good Thing

piątek, 30 Maj 2014

 Softpedia: GOG.com is a digital distribution platform that is specialized mostly in old games, but the company that owns it, CD Projekt Red, wants to also extend the support to include Linux.

Linux Foundation’s CII Funds Efforts to Prevent the Next Heartbleed

piątek, 30 Maj 2014

eWEEK: In an effort to find the next Heartbleed before it happens, the Core Infrastructure Initiative is taking aim at securing OpenSSL, OpenSSH and NTP.

Automated Photo Sharing with Photocrumbs

piątek, 30 Maj 2014

 Linux Magazine: Using a simple Bash script and a cron job, you can turn Photocrumbs into an automated photo sharing bot.